This cannot be answered based on the information given. Bonds are set by Judges and there is no set amount published for the state. While some districts may have a general scale, it varies depending on which district sets the bond. And more importantly, it depends on the specific allegations,...Read more »
This is why you should not represent yourself and instead get an attorney. If this is a criminal matter, then you can ask the Judge to appoint an attorney to represent you----the Judge will ask you a series of questions to see if you qualify and if so, he will appoint an attorney. if this is a...Read more »
Took diversion program made two payments haven't for the next three months due to losing my job an being convicted made it hard to get one now I failed the program for not making a payment but was bless to have a family offer to pay it out for me how do I get back in an if not can I still pay... Read more »
Assuming what you write is accurate, then if you are in diversion then the current charge is still pending. My suggestion is that you contact the people running diversion and see if you can re-enroll. Alternatively, get an attorney to represent you on this and have him contacted the people...Read more »
Perhaps it is the lawyer in me, however, if you do not have one representing you, then I highly recommend that you seek a consultation with a lawyer in your area to discuss your situation. At said consultation, the lawyer should should be able to ask all of the questions and obtain the...Read more »
Childs mother and boyfriend have a very physical and rocky relationship and are constantly fighting and breaking up only to get right back together. Recently I had to get a restraining order against the boyfriend for my child (she is 7) and myself basically because mother called me middle of night... Read more »
Depends on context. There are many criminal statutes that one can be arrested on a first offense, second offense, etc., so it is not first time ever charged with a crime, but a particular offense. From a prosecutorial standpoint, one can be charged with a first offense crime multiple times and...Read more »
If it is felony domestic abuse and he was taken into custody, then there is most likely a required cooling off period --jail time---involved before he can bond out of jail. After that, whether or not he is charged in criminal court with formal charges and what happens to the charges depends on the...Read more »
What was the disposition of the misdemeanor? A conviction? If it was a conviction, then if you are going to be successful in getting this off of your record, you will need an attorney to represent you and assert your reasons on your behalf---contact a criminal defense attorney in the jurisdiction...Read more »
He was charged 6 years ago with battery, I had them dropped he received a misdemeanor, and community service with a fine. 2 days ago he hit me, and the sheriff's were called out. He fled before they came. He now has a warrant for his arrest. How can I have this warrant recalled, or... Read more »
The perpetrator punched me repeatedly in the head and broke his hand and then continued to punch me with the bone protruding out of the hand. With his 9yr old present DV battery and DV child endangerment. He also violated the protective order which I filed a report on that as well and turned it in... Read more »
My cousin has been telling people that he’s going to kill me my fiancé my kids then himself. He believes I’m a prostitute which I am not. He says if I lie to him he’s going to kill me. He’s gone into detail to others. I have him on recording. I put a protective order against him but now I... Read more »
My fiance was living with her mother when they got into a domestic squabble. To make Understanding this easier Brandi---->Fiance.......... Sarah--------->Mother. The fight happened at their home But Sarah called an ambulance cause she said brandi Hit her and broke her leg so Sarah went to the... Read more »
Is it my responsibility to press charges as his father since he is a minor? Or does my 14 yr old son have to press the charges? I was told my 14yr old son had to press the charges which doesn't seem right to me
The prosecutor/District Attorney will make the final decision on whether or not to pursue the matter, however, the best thing which can be done is for the dating partner to retain and attorney and begin preparing the defense of the case, including mitigation or mitigating factors in favor or a...Read more »
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