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Q: Can the federal government be sued for shooting at my son

He came to pick up his cousin at a hotel who was involved in a drug transaction unbeknownst to him. He saw police swarming in and took off they shot at him putting 4 bullets in his truck. Because they shouldn't have done it they are putting him in a drug conspiracy & claiming he tried to run them... Read more »

Gary Kollin answered on Aug 14, 2019


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Q: My husband and I are separated we agree on the divorce details but now he is facing criminal charges I will not be able

I will not be able to pay our debts if he goes to jail should we file bankruptcy before divorce? While he is dealing with his criminal charges?

Gary Kollin answered on Jul 7, 2019

Without knowing your debts, no attorney can answer intelligently.


Consult directly with a bankruptcy lawyer

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Q: Is interferring with the operation of a school bus while the bus is in transit with students a violation of federal law?

Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Apr 14, 2019

It is a state law crime but I'm not aware of it being a federal crime. Perhaps if the incident occuring on federal propery, a federal charge could be added.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Missouri on

Q: do you believe the criminal justice is subjective or objective?

i am working on a argumentative paper arguing the side that criminal justice is subjective if you could tell me your opinion. i also am using robbery as my crime

Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Feb 26, 2019

Your post is unanswerable. Whether criminal justice is objective or subjective would necessitate a more specific question. Some determinations are subjective (whether to find a witness's testimony to be credible), whereas other determination are objective.

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Q: If a 18 year old female fights a 17 year old what will happen? Will the 18yo be charged even with it being self defense

Andrea Rogers answered on Jan 5, 2019

You are both considered adults for court purposes. You would both probably be charged with assault unless there is some clear evidence that it was self-defense.

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Q: If you take a plea deal, when is the absolute last day that a client can back out of the plea deal? Federal not state.

Gary Kollin answered on Sep 19, 2018

Speak to your attorney regarding the exact parameters of your situation

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Missouri on

Q: If i get charged for the 1st time will i do prison yime

Andrea Rogers answered on May 31, 2018

First-time offenders can face jail time; it just depends on what type of crime you committed.

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Q: If someone offers to help federal agents with making case against someone say that is dealing heroin or gives info abou

about old stolen gun case worked by ATF, would it help that person avoid possible criminal fraud case that has not been filed yet?

Gary Kollin answered on May 30, 2018

Without question this is not something which should be discussed on a public blog.

There are too many issues and not disclosed information to provide a competent analysis.

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Q: I sold a motorcycle on Craigslist for 2200.00 and was paid in fake money. What can I do? I'm in kansas.

I'm in Kansas the buyer was from Missouri and transaction was done in Missouri if that makes a difference.

Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Apr 3, 2018

Your challenges are the following: 1. Identifying and locating the buyer. 2. Getting a judgment against the buyer. 3. Collecting the judgment.

Without knowing more facts, it is tough to decide what options make sense for you. It's probably only worth suing if the the judgment is...
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Q: If you were about to enlist but got arrested on a class E felony for delivery of MJ can that be dismissed?

So I was arrested on Dec. 23rd, 2017 and on Dec. 27th, 2017 I was supposed to be going to MEPS. I realize it was irresponsible of me to do that but I was only thinking of my children and how I could actually afford to get them presents and that was the only solution I could see. Either way though I... Read more »

Andrea Rogers answered on Jan 2, 2018

Your felony drug charge is not going to get dismissed. If you hire an experienced attorney, they might be able to negotiate a plea bargain deal with the Prosecutor to get the charge reduced to a misdemeanor after you serve a period of time on probation. If you can't afford to hire a private... Read more »

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