To obtain a transcript, contact the court reporter if the court in which the case was heard. That would be the starting point for the transcript. 31 years is a long time to retain a transcript, depending on the type of case & what happened in the case (appeals, etc.). A copy of the conviction,...Read more »
I didn't give my niece permission to live here and now I've got problems with her behavior parole board is coming to search premises because I've complained about her being here. I'm not equipped to care for financially or otherwise to have her here shes aggressive, difficult,... Read more »
Unfortunately, if she has been staying there for over 30 days, you will have to evict her or make a claim that she is violating her parole conditions. If you do the latter (Parole Vio.), she will go back to prison.
Maybe you should tell her she had better find a new place, or face a...Read more »
My LO was sentenced to 20 years for drug charges, 841 A & B and is ccurrently serving time in FCI Berlin, NH. He says he was inadequatly represented by his lawyer due to the prosecutor making aquistions that the defense lawyer was also involved with him in dealing drugs and that instead of... Read more »
I had trouble understanding some of your question and what LO means.
The basic standard for making a claim that your attorney was ineffective is explained in the Strickland vs. Washington, decision of the US Supreme Court. It has also been recognized as the law in Texas and every other...Read more »
When you are released from a Federal Prison, you are given paperwork from the marshalls that states whether or not you have completed your sentence. If they moved him back to the County jail, it may be to face new charges on a different matter in State court. Either way, there should be transfer...Read more »
I’m a 15y.o. girl. Some of my friends are involved in drug use and have told me that their drugs seemed to have been laced with other dangerous drugs. I’m not too familiar with drugs considering I do not use them (and do not want to.) From these stories I have become concerned about their... Read more »
I was not driving and it was not my vehicle. When the officer asked the driver to step out of the vehicle the substance fell onto the road from the driver side floorboard. We were both charged even though I told the officer it was not mine and no paraphernalia or any other incriminating evidence... Read more »
You can use deadly force to defend against deadly force, or to defend yourself against becoming the victim of certain violent felonies. However, you cannot use deadly force to defend against NON-deadly force being used against you (in most circumstances). If a person is 17, they're an adult in...Read more »
There is a short time-limit for filing a Federal Appeal. What's worse, in some instances you need to file a Motion for a New trial, before seeking an appeal. There is a lot to consider. But step one is usually, file a notice of appeal with the Court Clerk and check to see if you need to file...Read more »
One of the most common conditions of probation is to "commit no offense against the laws of this state or of any other state or of the United States" so, if he has that condition then he may have already violated the terms of his supervision. Whether his probation is revoked because of...Read more »
Jailed in Texas in 2019. Was pulled over in Indiana because I live here now for more then over a year. I sat in Marion county jail for 9 days then they let me go, Texas didn’t wanna come get me. I can’t talk to the D.A they said I have to get a lawyer in Texas to talk to them and cut me a deal... Read more »
i have had two successful cases filed pro se where they were accused of assault illegal detainment 1st and 4th amendment violations and conspiracy on one and running me off the road on the other. In both cases they settled, i know this and what im up against and if someone took the time i could... Read more »
Probably neither of the above. The more likely reason is that the 1983 suit against the municipality pretty much requires that the plaintiff proves that the municipality had an actual policy to violate the constitution. E.g., if a person is beaten up by the cops, to prove a 1983 case against the...Read more »
You don't mention what type of case you are asking about. If it is a claim for service-connected compensation, I or another attorney can review your case and no attorney can charge you for that. The same is true for a Social Security disability claim. An attorney can discuss the case with you,...Read more »
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