He is in federal prison right now and doesn’t have a lawyer and doesn’t know whether he will continue I’d probation he was on before he went to prison or if they will throw him in jail again for more time. He doesn’t know whether it will be 2-10 years or 2-20 because it was a sexual assault charge
He will finish his federal sentence. Then he will be sent via detainer to Texas, where he will sit in jail pending trial. His probation will be revoked, and depending on what type of probation he was on, if deferred then he can serve up to the maximum for the crime he committed. Sexual Assault is...Read more »
One of my family members has admitted to me, twice, that he has murdered people while he was in some type of gang. I will not get into details because they are graphic, but he told me not to tell about it. BTW, he has not been arrested for these crimes, but he has for drugs.
Perhaps, if law enforcement believes there is Probable Cause to believe he committed the offense. There are no limitations periods for Murder and Manslaughter so his prosecution would not be barred by the passage of time.
Also car was illegally/unlawfully towed from my private driveway. Need 2 request for a return of property hearing. unable to use efile due to glitches in pdf transfer files on tablet/mobile device. i need my car.
I cant be deprived of my rights or disfranchised in any way. Then how is it that I can be jailed/fined and have my property taken and be treated like a criminal for carrying a firearm (sidearm) with out a license?
The same thing can be said about any other license that isnt commercial.
Call the federal clerk of the court within your district. Inquire with the clerk about current federal warrants, and give the clerk your first name, last name, date of birth and Social Security number. If you are not comfortable contacting the federal clerk yourself, have a friend or relative call...Read more »
There are federal sentencing guidelines that were created to ensure convicted defendants receive consistent sentences without favoritism... Unfortunately, the side-effect is that it gives the prosecutors ENORMOUS power because they get to choose which crime to charge you with committing... so the...Read more »
20 year old accused of relations with 14 y.o. that frequented his college, a girl they shared mutual friends with started stalking him at college. She allegedly had IMs with him claiming they had sex. He plead guilty which meant no conviction. Honestly I think the 19 year old mutual friend hacked... Read more »
You need to consult with an attorney that focuses on criminal appeals in Texas state courts. It is possible that the defendant waived some of his rights to appeal when he entered a guilty plea and you probably either need the alleged victim to recant and preferably also a statement from the person...Read more »
Put another way, "Is a claim of dying clothes with bark containing dimethyltryptamine (DMT) good enough for reasonable doubt in a potential future prosecution for violation of section 481.103(a)(5) the Texas Health and Safety Code?"
I don't know the answer but I wouldn't count on it. Maybe...Read more »
He will be released Oct 2019 to home confinement until he completes his sentence April 2020. No restitution only 100.00 fine and prison term. Is there a waiting period in Texas before he can file for expunction
Bruce GArrison a attorney, Eden Mckenney, Hugo Salguero managed to hack into my bank account taking thousands of dollars and transferring the money directly into there personal accounts. The destroyed all Video surveillance before helping themselves to whatever they wanted including but barely... Read more »
Your story seems over-the-top but I seem to recall that there was an attorney named Bruce Garrison who was forced to give up his law license about 10 years ago in Austin so I am inclined to give you the benefit of the doubt.
The text of your question is so mixed up that I'm not even sure...Read more »
There are a couple of situations where a person can be charged with a theft from 9 years ago:
(A) theft of any estate, real, personal or mixed, by an executor, administrator, guardian or trustee, with intent to defraud any creditor, heir, legatee, ward, distributee, beneficiary or settlor...Read more »
I am assuming they did not just sell the title but the car also. If the person was not otherwise entitled as an owner to the car they had no right to sell it. The level of the theft charge (or conversion) would depend on the value of the car and how the theft occurred. Other factors that determine...Read more »
You may consult with an attorney to discuss. Citizens have the right to report suspected criminal behavior to law enforcement and allow law enforcement to investigate. I am unaware of any law that would require you to report that individual at this time, so such a decision of whether and how to...Read more »
During his own statements of his own actions for the case, he described his own events. Thus, admitting to breaking procedural rules, to violating ABA ethical rules, to knowingly making false-statements (since he also attached evidence to the counter), and to willfully obstructing justice on the... Read more »
I have a pending felony charge against me.injury to a child with intent and bodily injury. First time offender.no criminal history.the da has not offered any deals according to my attorney, nor has he looked through said attorneys probation offer.trial is coming up.what can I do to possibly just... Read more »
I have not spoken too nor seen my wife in 15 months and suddenly, 3 weeks ago, at a hearing in my criminal case the prosecutor motioned for the order judge gave the order. He has also told my wife not to let me have anything not even a car in my name. I was falsely accused of a crime from... Read more »
The prosecutor can't issue an order... they most they can do is make a motion requesting that the judge issue an order. The judge has fairly wide discretion regarding what she can order the defendant to do (or not do) when it comes to matters of protecting an alleged victim or even the general...Read more »
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