answered on Mar 19, 2023
The US Marshals Service is responsible for various law enforcement activities, including apprehending fugitives, protecting federal officials, and transporting prisoners. If someone is taken into custody by the US Marshals, they may be transported to a federal prison, such as the United States... Read more »
Level 3 person felony I believe was where it fell on the table.
answered on Feb 14, 2021
You would either to have your convictions expunged or pardoned. Even then, it becomes more of an issue on the federal level.
He is asking her to sleep with him in exchange for $500 or he will post the video of her. He also has made threats to her. She has not reported this because she is either afraid it will get out or she might be in trouble. I've told her that's not the case. She was drunk and in a a bad... Read more »
20 year old black man forced my girlfriend to kiss him while groping and biting her neck and breasts. This happened at the WSU campus. The police only told him to avoid contact. What can be done?
answered on Oct 6, 2019
You cannot represent her because you are not a lawyer.
She can go to administration or a woman's help group on campus
But the hair on the back of my neck stood up immediately when I saw it was important to you that you made sure that the readers knew the alleged perpetrator is... Read more »
Not KANSAS. ARKANSAS.
answered on Aug 2, 2019
No. Call your local public defender and try to convince them that you cannot afford to hire a criminal defense lawyer.
answered on Jul 9, 2019
In most states a superseding indictment of the same person usually includes all previous crimes stated in the original indictment plus all the new crimes set forth in the superseding indictment. However, the prosecutor is not bound by or confined to anything while drawing up any kind of indictment.
answered on Jul 20, 2018
Are you asking whether you can find out if someone complained about you to federal authorities or whether you can find out if an indictment filed against you?
i suggest you retain an attorney
answered on Jul 20, 2018
Since I answered the former question using the word "threshold" I know you are the same person.
Was there federal jurisdiction? Does the defendant have a criminal history? Did it occur over state lines? There are so many factors.
I suggest you consult directly with a criminal defense lawyer
Is it a federal crime to steal something from a store and return it for a non receipt transaction and receive a gift card? What if two different states are involved?
answered on Jul 19, 2018
Generally, before the federal authorities become involved in the prosecution in individual cases. There usually is a threshold amount unless the theft is committed on federal property.
answered on May 29, 2018
What is possession with "tempt"? An what do you mean no drug charges being brought?
answered on Sep 26, 2017
Assuming you want him to be criminally prosecuted for it, gather all of the papers you have regarding this account and go to your local police and make a police report.
I thought you needed a license to purchase CBD in MO because of the law that passed in 2014. I've been seeing CBD stores stating it's not needed to purchase the products. Is this legal? I don't want to get into trouble for purchasing.
answered on May 29, 2017
If they are online that is different, but you could have issues by getting it in the mail from them. If they are in state, you need to contact whoever licenses such businesses.
I bought a car from a guy in Kansas and i have the Bill of Sale, 2 other witnesses, registration papers, and insurance papers. I need to obtain the title but he didn't have it and to him it'll take him $200 to obtain them since he says he needs to drive to Topeka to sign papers. I call BS... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2017
The only way to obtain a title if he doesn't provide one is to file a quiet title suit. A quiet title suit is a legal proceeding where you ask the court to declare you the owner of the vehicle. Kansas legal services has a guide on how to file these suits. Here is a link to that information:... Read more »
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