with criminal family law and possibly even have you look over my DUI as well due to the nature of my reason of wanting to come meet with you today before 1 is that my probation officer with AP&P decided last time I went and saw him last week that he is not allowing me to see my daughter which is in... Read more »
Results should be suppressed. You have won the lottery! Has to prosecutor offered a plea deal yet? Don't expect your case to be dismissed, mind you, but the state now has a much harder than ahead of them.
A young friend of mine was sentanced to 25 years in prison at age 17 for stealing beer, the attorney assigned to his case did a poor job in defending him. Whilst in prison he was housed with a rival gang member, they got into a fight which resulted in the other inmates death. My friend is now... Read more »
The prosecution can seek the death penalty. If he has been charged with agg. murder, and has appointed counsel, they are Rule 8 certified and will look into that issue. Contact them. This constant posting of death penalty issues is not going to get you the answers you want. There are only about...Read more »
I have a friend on death row he is separated from the rest of the death row inmates and is being deliberately targeted by staff and the warden, he isn't allowed to participate in programming, he isn't allowed to progress, I have a letter from another inmate stating he was personally told by the... Read more »
According to the law, an "adult" for purposes of "Contributing to a minor" is someone who is 18. So, unfortunately, even though you are not of legal age to drink, you are of legal age to contribute to a minor. However, an attorney most likely would still be able to help you with this charge by...Read more »
Normally, law enforcement only has the right to search the area you're renting. If your rental agreement allows you to be in other parts of the house, then you're not just renting a room, but all the common areas, too. The other parts of the house may also be subject to search if you don't have a...Read more »
an investigator interviewed jury members as part of the appeal process, where jury members stated a judge had spoken to them during deliberations outside counsel and defendant, and stated that the trial atmosphere was intimidating as the trial was held in a prison in a makeshift courtroom, are this... Read more »
The judge addressed the jury during deliberations in a death penalty case without the defendant or his attorney being present. No notes were made in the trial transcripts of the judge ever talking to the jury members. A jury member stated afterwards that her mind had been made up after the judge... Read more »
This is for a second degree felony drug charge, I was offered a third degree felony and they would take off the DUI. i am shooting for a Class A misdemeanor with the DUI. I am a freelance writer, the "letter" is very proper in manner, persuasive yet honest. Court makes me nervous at times which... Read more »
There has been physical altercation between the individual and one of the residents as well. Despite numerous times of being told to not come onto our property or into our home the individual has continued to do so. It is the boyfriend of one of our children. Neither are residents.
A person in another state buys a product from me he called me telling me it was damaged I asked him to take a photo and text it to me so I could help him with a replacement he refused then told me he wished he would have bought a cheaper one at Walmart and told me to send him a shipping label so he... Read more »
No, this is illegal. He has breached his contract. The contract was made when he purchased the product. If you want recovery, you can sue in small claims for the price of the product and service fees. It may not be worth your time, but you have a cause of action.
I went to a grocery store in 2013 and they accused me of stealing some pens but they just said to leave and to never come back which I didn't until today so can the company still file charges even though it's been so long?
not a down payment my daughter is 11 years old and is getting charged with a felony and a class b misdominer her and a friend went to walmart and on the way in found a credit card went in used the credit card for like 15 .00 than tryed to pull money out at the ATM witch mind you did not work at the... Read more »
My son is serving 26 to life for three crimes that happened all within minutes. The incident happened in 2013. He took a plea in 2018. He received 20 to life for one. He received 3-15 for each of the other two.
i was on a online 18+ dating site that's known for its high density of scammers and fake account, and came across someone pretending to be a minor, the whole conversation was a painfully apparent that it was someone trying to expose pedophiles so i social engineered the conversation for a meet up... Read more »
It was under his seat I didn't know it was there and because I owned the vehicle they charged me I had never seen it or touched it but they won't fingerprint it I even offered to pay for them to do it. Is there someway to get it done?
You can certainly file a police report, because your own testimony is evidence. However, whether charges can be brought depends on the statute of limitations that exists in your state. Most states allow charges to be brought until a certain amount of time after you turn 18 years of age. So, most...Read more »
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