My son is with my family. They are not my biological family they have recently petitioned the court to adopt and accuse me of abandonment. I witnessed my child engaging in the act of sex with two members of the family and was afraid to tell anyone about it at first, but have called CPS and reported... Read more »
I have evidence and research on my own as well as PI research that advised that my underage child and I were being stalked via a drone. My findings and the PI findings were that I was being stalked for illegal medical research by a clinician girlfriend of a man I worked with. This doctor is an... Read more »
There is a difference between being charged with a crime and being convicted of a crime based on evidence. Self defense is a very real defense and may be available to you based on the facts provided. It is always best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and...Read more »
I have a question about trespassing & assault. I cox tech came onto my property parking his van, blocking my driveway. When I asked him to move, he got Aggressive and HOSTILE saying no! He was asked to move it more than 3 times.
He was "TOLD" he is now Trespassing, to get off... Read more »
It is best to start by filing a police report against the individual who assaulted you on your property. Secondly, it is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more tailored response.
This is similar to a romance scam, but I have met this person a few times and know their real identity. I loaned what was supposed to be a friend $2k. Now he is trying to scam me, asking for my bank login. All of our correspondence is on text, so I do have sufficient proof to show that I am... Read more »
I would change banks to avoid any further access to your account. There is nothing criminal with you loaning him money or him not repaying it. You can sue him for the money but if the terms of repayment were not clear you may not have an enforceable contract. You say he was a scammer but it is...Read more »
Yes, you can get charged with Street Gang Activity, however being prosecuted and convicted is another matter. The law is clear about what must be proven. It is best to contact a criminal defense attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
The amount depends on the degree of the crime and whether you are in juvenile court versus adult. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case and provide you with a more detailed response.
The guy claims he didn’t know who she was, But she clearly has postal magnets on her vehicle also a strobe light on top of the car because she makes frequent stops and to top it off she was wearing a USPS shirt
Is it Ga law that someone is to have a revocation hearing within 60 days from the arrest date or the case is to be dismissed for lack of speedy trail as this is a violation of someone sixth amendment right, also that a person can only be held for a total of 180 days before they have to be released
No and no, there is no set statutory time period for a person to have a probation revocation hearing. It must be within "a reasonable time". There is no speedy trial for revocation. The 180 days to be released I believe has to do with interstate detainers not probation revocations.
Yes you can. If first offender sentence was successfully completed and terminated there should be no impediment to buying a firearm. If you get rejected based upon the background check you need to check your criminal history to see if the Sate followed up and terminated the case in GCIC to close...Read more »
My fiancé was recently arrested for probation violation. He was homeless prior to been put on probation. He was ordered to complete 100hrs of community service (Which he completed) and take anger management class which he couldn’t afford do to his living situation at the time. He requested a... Read more »
I have no idea what a Code 648B is? I would ignore anything you received by phone. If it is a law enforcement investigation they will certainly provide you their name and contact information if they wanted to talk to you about an investigation. Do not give out any personal information.
on probation. He was already a felon and got caught with a gun that wasn’t his. Is there anyway the case can be reopened if I speak up because he didn’t know the gun was in the car and it wasn’t his it was my deceased grandfather I put it in the car to get rid of it
It depends on a few factors. More information is needed about the specifics of the case before an accurate answer can be provided. It is best to contact an attorney who can assess the entirety of the case and provide you with counsel.
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(D)efendant has not been before the court and is out on bond. After (D) first appearance, (D) charged with burglary for entering an "open house" for sale. Additionally, (D) stated they were questioned before they were arrested and the arresting officer failed to state the Miranda Rights.... Read more »
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