In general, a first-time offender charged with a first-degree criminal offense may be eligible for probation depending on the circumstances of the case. Probation is a form of supervised release that allows an offender to remain in the community under certain conditions and requirements. These...View More
Her daughter as her POA deeded everything to herself and sold it. Her mom just passed. We've reported the numerous times to local DCBS and nothing ever comes of it. It seems her daughter has friends in the DCBS who help her and ignore the complaints. I think it's wrong when so many people... View More
The facts as you have set them out would seem to indicate it is not legal. Medicaid or SS are the only ones who might possibly be obligated to investigate. A decision would then be based on the findings of their investigation as to whether a crime has been committed.
with no evidence and than he got a k9 and went around my car 3xs and than searched it didn't come up with anything so he took me out of his cop car and done a field sobriety test witch i passed and so he had me go back to my car and wait on him a sec than he came up and told me to get out of... View More
There is a court order from the judge for federal inmate to complete the RDAP program. The inmate was convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm and drug charges. Will he receive the time cut off of his sentence when he completes the program?
Spouse hacked into every credit card, bank account, social security, ira’s and created accounts, changed passwords, tampered with credit report used credit card and Amazon acct while I was not in home belonging to me solely. Attempted to wipe data from system and created a virtual shadow copy of... View More
If someone is convicted of crimes committed on federal property in the federal court in DC, can they also be tried under DC’s local jurisdiction for crimes not covered by federal law but covered by DC's local law? Or would it be double jeopardy?
Plaintiff never showed any evidence at all. Plaintiff did not show up the last 3 court dates. I’ve motioned to dismiss. Also, the judge has already seen me on the same case from 2017. Plaintiff is over a year past statute of limitations. I know for a fact, because my co-Defendant tried to sue... View More
I'm a retired black market cannabis wholesale distributor Been out of the busses for years now, I'm so desperate I'm about to break bad in the information super highway online mail order marijuana distribution interstate distribution, no more than 50 pound's a shipment.
I received a copy of my background check I had done in order to start my new job. On the report, it shows that I have a warrant for my arrest due to 4 years ago being fired from a store due to scanning coupons, the way I was taught, but they apparently think I was scheming with those customers to... View More
Serve their time then get released, just to get hit with 10 probation violations for felony offences? Let's say hypothetically if someone Had a friend get caught for trafficking meth first offense first degree and a probation violation. He served about two years on that, then was released. A... View More
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