answered on May 18, 2022
Depends on the circumstances in which you “helped.” It’s not automatic, but gun offenses are treated harshly in Rhode Island. You need to speak directly and privately with an attorney.
15 years ago.
answered on Mar 2, 2022
Felons cannot possess a firearm. I am not sure what you mean by ‘non lethal.’ A baseball bat can be lethal, but there is no law against possessing one. Knives are also lethal, but you can possess one in most circumstances. Maybe you should consult a lawyer in private, and be more specific... Read more »
answered on Jul 20, 2021
Family court is being held remotely now = online. Speak with your attorney to find the login credentials and avoid offending the court.
I have been driving 2 years, I have a clean record, great credit.
answered on Jun 23, 2021
Traffic ticket issued in Rhode Island so you are under the jurisdiction and law of Rhode Island. It is recommended that you contact a Rhode Island traffic ticket attorney to discuss your matter and options----depending on the circumstances, you might be able to hire the RI attorney and he might be... Read more »
My mother died in 2006 and left $100,000 for my children. The money was put into two individual money market accounts managed by my half brother (a Rhode Island resident). We have those documents. In 2014 my son received a $25,000 disbursement along with a text chain which confirms in... Read more »
answered on May 21, 2021
This message will likely be deleted due to the inclusion of proper names, consult with a private attorney to bring a civil action in the appropriate court. They will also be able to advise you on any potential criminal charges after you present all of your evidence in a private and confidential... Read more »
A prior will has been submitted with different executor. The other nominee has already stolen all property and is trying to sell a house under beneficiary's nose and keep everything. Is this a crime or it it a civil issue?
answered on Sep 28, 2020
This is a trusts and estates issue. It may be civil in nature, but if you are alleging theft, there may be a criminal element to it. You should find a civil litigator who has experience or knowledge about contesting a will or challenging the distribution of assets from an estate. From the way... Read more »
I had a bad argument with my boyfriend while drunk one night, which resulted in me telling him to leave and calling the police. He has been charged with B&E, however he is on my rental lease. He can not afford a lawyer at this time, so he has decided to go with a public defender. He had court... Read more »
answered on Sep 3, 2019
Cooperate with the attorney. Public defenders do a terrific job, and should follow through with their own investigation. The Rhode Island public defender has its own investigators. You can also communicate to the Attorney General that you do not wish to go forward with any complaint against your... Read more »
answered on Feb 16, 2019
It is probably best to address that in private with your attorney.
A woman has had her nose broken by a police officer while in custody the officer took her off route to the police dept the broke her nose, over a a traffic citation...then taken to the police dept and strip seached being put on parade in front of several police officers at the police station...
answered on Jul 26, 2018
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answered on Mar 21, 2018
A person can’t charge you with first degree robbery, it would be the state or federal government to pursue these criminal charges. Therefore, the actual person who alleged the theft occurred is likely not required to go to court unless the case is scheduled for trial and they need to testify.
Rights in this situation.
answered on Feb 17, 2018
You may wish to meet with an attorney to consider seeking a protective order in the State Court. They should also be able to review your allegations/evidence of slander and advise you of your options.
he's been charged with a felony and found guilty
answered on Oct 19, 2017
He should be speaking to his attorney in private to explore next steps and options.
Our children but wasnt charged. He has a lawyer going to plea. In RI can he come home a minor still lives at home.
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