I have a warrant from not finishing probation a few years ago. I was convicted if trespassing. Just recently I’ve been abused my my ex physically and he’s currently stalking as well as harassing me on my new phone number. Is there anyway I can report to the cops and get my warrant cleared? I... Read more »
Hello so we hired a attorney and for the case we are wanting to present a grand jury package to the grand jury to favor in a no bill. But are lawyers are suggesting we do something called a examination trail instead can you tell me what that is ? And isn’t it done after indictment? The defendant... Read more »
There's no legal reason why you can't do both. There are, however, very practical reasons that should be taken into account. First, you have paid an attorney to represent you. That lawyer is in the best possible position to decide what to do with your case. Most criminal cases are charged...Read more »
You can provide the prosecutor will a non-prosecution affidavit requesting that you do not wish for charges to be filed against your boyfriend if you are the alleged victim. However, it should be well written and you should consult your boyfriend's attorney regarding the language. A...Read more »
If I'm on the phone and use another device like ipad to record conversations, do i have to let the other person know I'm recording them and can I have a recording app on my phone to record my conversations?
I filed divorce proceedings due to my spouse false allegations of domestic violence. I'm am a professional firefighter of 26 years. I can prove I wasn't there and she's lying. I was arrested, "forced" to retire due to financial... Read more »
Retain new cousel if you are unhappy, Domestic violence is a serious charge. If you can prove she was lying she could be charged with a false police report, You may be able to sue her for malicious prosecution if you are found not guilty,
Married for domestic violence. I got arrested for domestic violence in2018 .get out on bond and Covid hits.i get a warrant for not reporting to bail bonds.they drop aggregate assault and got me on a continuous family violence. My mom bond's me out.well my mom died Sept 22. I haven't... Read more »
What to do depends on which jurisdiction the case was filed in. You should hire a criminal defense attorney who takes cases in the county where your case is pending and you should follow that attorney's advice about how to clear the warrant and defend the case.
I’ve lost thousands of dollars in property because in Texas “she’s allowed to break my things.” Including a laptop that I used for school and to support my livelihood through a small business. I’ve been displaced without a home or job, forced to abandon my car and property and fly to the... Read more »
If you are not married then your stuff I not legally her stuff too, and therefore she commits the offense of Criminal Mischief if she decides to break it without your consent. That said, law enforcement isn't usually going to make an arrest in a situation like that unless (1) it is reported...Read more »
So? Were you expecting the police and prosecutors to put evidence in the public file? Ask your criminal defense attorney what evidence she has received in discovery and if she has everything she requested. She should be able to show it to you (except other witnesses' private information) and...Read more »
We are no longer a couple we share different rooms in the same home. She called aps on me several times and self harms herself to say I caused it . She makes herself fall and will sit there without letting any one know she's fallen just to tell them I left her on the floor for hours. , she... Read more »
You can be arrested and charged with a felony if a law enforcement officer believes that you physically hurt an elderly person, or that you neglected a duty to prevent them being hurt. The safest thing is to remove yourself from the situation.
Police won’t do anything, do I need to take her to court, will she have to pay for legal fees if I do? We have 2 kids together so we need to talk ANOUT THE KIDS but she is constantly tearing me down. SHe hates my girlfriend and talks bad about us to the kids.
Respond that you are only willing to talk to her about the kids. Do not respond to anything else she sends. If she continues to send those messages after you have been 100% clear AND you have stopped responding, then she is committing the crime of Harassment. The cops probably won't do...Read more »
It's a very large slab of wood worth over 1000 in it's raw form. It is really heavy so I have to get help to move it (31, F) There have been several times when he could have stated his sudden belief of ownership, but even the day it came into question he tried to hide what he was doing... Read more »
Don't go trespassing, and especially not during the nighttime with the intent to recover property that he thinks belongs to him. If he has a decent attorney, he would probably get away with shooting you dead under those circumstances.
Frankly, this sounds like a matter for civil...Read more »
My husband was arrested for a felony assault charge from his ex wife. The alleged assault was said to have happened when my husband supposedly closed a car door on his ex wife leg. This happened in 2011 right after their split. The alleged assault never happened and because of lack of evidence on... Read more »
I might be going to county jail soon, and found out that I have a warrant in Texas that's in state pickup only. They tell me it's for EPO violation, and I have a court date set here for EPO hearing too. If the warrant is for in state only will they send me to Texas for that?
When you received your probation in Texas, you probably, as a condition of that probation, waived your right to fight extradition from another state. The question is not will Oklahoma send you to Texas, the question is will Texas come to OK to bring you back here. This question cannot be answered...Read more »
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