It sounds like a FL Conviction, so you will have to ask FL lawyers. But TN is very difficult to transfer Probation Jurisdiction, and I bet it is no easier in FL. He should talk to his FL Probation Officer also, especially since that is who will violate him.
My son was charged with a felony evading charge. He had picked up two girls to take them to the store when a cop going in the opposite direction turned and blue lighted him, mean time both girls began screaming(don't stop and go go go) he panicked and sped up to like 40 or 45 in a 30mph for... Read more »
That should be at least one C Felony. The Reckless Endangerment can be a misdemeanor or felony. It may have been an illegal stop, for which suppression motions are made. But his speeding will probably be the reason now for the stop. He needs an attorney to prepare for a Preliminary Hearin....Read more »
Apparently you have not been charged with a crime at this time. So no, no Court yet. That money will be subject to some type of Forfeiture, and if you want it back, then a Claim filing and a Court Hearing will be necessary.
for example the whole forest gets caught on fire and it damages everything bad enough is it still a life sentence or a death sentence and if not a death sentence what would be a situation where it will be a death sentence or even if its possible to get one?
How can they charge him with the aggravated burglary when i was the one who let him come in thru my bedroom window and he never stole anything never damaged anything? What can i do to get these charges dropped or dropped down to misdemeanor
I don't know what could happen without knowing more facts. He "could" have a case of self-defense. It's important that he gets an attorney immediately. To prove his case he will need witnesses and any other evidence that it was self defense. You can help by gathering as much...Read more »
Only some Class E Felony Convictions are subject to Expungement in Tennessee. Very Sorry... I am afraid that your lawyer should have told you this. You may wish to apply for a Pardon from the Governor.
This sounds like it could be something to discuss with a Tennessee attorney in confidence - but your post remains open for four weeks. If you need a defense attorney, you could reach out to them here (Find-a-Lawyer tab above), or conduct your independent search for one. Good luck
The next of kin should be able to dispose of the body unless there are contrary express wishes. Write the Warden a polite letter and suggest arrangements be made and scheduled. Legal Suit is not a viable option.
There was a police call made by someone where we were and It was a false report because of underlying family issues so when the police came they grabbed my boy friend and beat on him they also took my weapon because I say it on the ground just for my safety when they arrived my weapon is in my name... Read more »
First make a written demand to the Chief of Police or the Sheriff to return your weapon. Then you need to file suit for Conversion against the City/County and the Officer that took the firearm with a SOL of 3 years. All this costs money and time, and many firearms are not worth the trouble. There...Read more »
Not sure of your question. But you might hire a competent attorney to examine the Judgments of Convictions. Sometimes post-sentence motions can be made for the Court to examine the exact sentence imposed in relation to another.
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