Also if they do it was entrapment because I don’t do that but it was a guy who kept asking me to get him some like more than 4/5 times and I finally did it trying to be nice. I didn’t have them I got them from elsewhere for him. That’s the only time I’ve ever did it in last 3 years of... Read more »
If you committed a cyber crime can police track you in any way other then an ip address? Like via your internet browser even if the cyber crime took place on a different website other then your internet search site or a MAC address? If they are able to track you only through an ip address and you... Read more »
First, you need to stop posting information regarding a potential crime. Second, if you have been charged with an offense, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney right away. Finally, DO NOT speak to the police without an attorney by your side.
Again, these are questions to discuss with the Defendant's attorney. Only the attorney will have the needed information in order to address your concerns. If they do not have an attorney, one should be hired right away. The sooner an attorney is hired, the better.
This is really something to discuss with the Defendant's attorney. Only their attorney will have the needed information in order to address your concerns. If they have not hired an attorney yet, they need to do so right away. The sooner an attorney is hired, the better.
You do have the right to hire a private investigator. This is something you should talk to your lawyer about. Most experienced criminal defense attorneys have private investigators that they regularly use.
Short answer is yes. All of the people involved or believed to be involved can be charged. If you have been charged, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
How can they supersede you even after they admitted they didn't have probable cause the first time and they still charge you with the distribution and add conspiracy? Isn't that double jeopardy? Now have co-defendent that actually gave the drugs to ci yet wasnt charged until a selective... Read more »
First, it is not double jeopardy. The State is free to proceed by way of Preliminary Hearing and Indictment. If they fail at Preliminary Hearing, they are free to seek an Indictment. Second, you could be charged if you were involved in any way. Finally, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney...Read more »
Because it is a criminal offense (with a mandatory court appearance), having an attorney is recommended. Aggravated speeding 26-34 mph over the limit is a class b misdemeanor. Technically, it is punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a $1500 fine. Depending on certain factors, it may be possible...Read more »
In Cook County Illinois if you convicted of a burglary but never went to prison & satisfactorily completed probation ten years ago can you get it expunged & have Second amendment rights restored? The charge was for the new burglary a girl stole the laptop from a car I was there so I got in... Read more »
You can not expunge such a case. Your only option is to file an Executive Clemency Petition requesting the governor to pardon you and allow you to expunge this matter. These types of petition are rarely granted, but it is your only option. You will want to hire an attorney to assist you with the...Read more »
Supposedly the sheriff/court called me to inform me that my number was on a prostitutes phone and that they want to take me to court! So now I’m scared cause I don’t want to go to jail for something I didn’t really do! Either way if I did do it it would’ve been because of my horomones and... Read more »
The charges all depend on the information they have and what they want to do. You or your parents need to hire a criminal defense attorney to assist you with this matter right away. DO NOT speak with the police until you hire an attorney. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
Were you put on probation? The lawyer you speak with needs to have a copy of all of your documents, particularly your sentencing order, from your court file. I am not sure that it is even possible to get it off your record, but the type of probation you were on, if any, would matter.
When reducing an aggaravated speed violation to petty offense with supervision 4 month, is there a criminal record and does this violation affect the immigration status, knowing that I am waiting for an application for permanent residence
If you have a valid medical marijuana card and your FOID card you can lawfully keep your firearm in Illinois at this time. Individuals who have drug addiction issues or have felony weapons charges on their records, however, are prohibited from owning a firearm.
Your time to file an appeal is shortly after the case was resolved. If it has been more then 30 days since your case was resolved, you time to appeal has passed. You might want to consult with an attorney to see what other options, if any, you might have regarding this matter.
This is something for you to discuss with your attorney. Only your attorney will have to needed information in order to address your concerns. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
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