answered on Nov 4, 2022
Probably not. Most federal indictments are sealeed until served to prevent a target from fleeing.
answered on Sep 12, 2022
If this is a criminal charge against you, then it appears the Government is dismissing one or all charges against you. However Jeopardy probably does not apply, which means you might get charged later within the SOL. Talk to your attorney and stay out of trouble as you may be watched.
Example: byrna launcher
answered on Jan 20, 2022
If an item is legal for you to have in your possession and you feel that you are in imminent danger of death or serious bodily injury then you may use that item to defend yourself. If you cannot legally possess a handgun, you should not be in possession of an "air gun" either.
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That person it’s not an ilegal or unlawful alien, and it perfectly fits for all the requirements of the BCI and the Federal laws.
answered on Apr 10, 2021
You need to get a permit; whether you can legally purchase or not. Work permit and SS number don’t confer you status. In fact you have no status, but perhaps refugee seeking to remain in the US. And any weapons offense could negatively impact your asylum application.
He has Been going threw a split with his wife as of last year she had been having an affair with a police officer she has made many attempts to cause many problems for him. The officer also has arrested him and stole personal property during intake his wedding band He did not include this ring on... Read more »
answered on Jul 16, 2020
If he does not have a lawyer, he needs to get one ASAP. His lawyer can explain what is happening with the courts.
I am finding out for the 1st time EVER that the monopoly games were fixed and I am devastated! As a young woman,teenager, &single mom, i spent every bit of my weekly allowance, money earned from babysitting, mowing yards, odd jobs,and money from my 1st waitressing job on the monopoly game.... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2020
When you say that the monopoly game was fixed, I am not sure understand. Did they misrepresent anything? Did you read their fine print of the rules and find out that they were lying? If so they could be liable. If you thought your chances of winning were better than what McDonalds represented... Read more »
19 year old guy dating 17 year old girl, and hasn’t committed sexual intercourse can parent get cops involved and have 19 year old arrested and charged
answered on Jan 15, 2020
Having dealt with similar cases before, I know that these situations can be difficult. I don't know if the 19 year old guy is doing anything particularly bad or if you simply don't want him around your daughter. Unfortunately, with the information provided, I do not believe that the... Read more »
There is this co worker at her job who called her in a secluded room and try to unbutton her pants twice with out my wife's consent, to the point where my wife had to lie about being on her period. Two separate times.
answered on Jan 4, 2020
I’m sorry to hear about what you and your wife are going through. I would recommend calling the police first. If the co-Worker is charged with a crime, the police can also implement a no contact order.
Additionally, your wife may have civil remedies available to her. She likely qualifies... Read more »
A young friend of mine was sentanced to 25 years in prison at age 17 for stealing beer, the attorney assigned to his case did a poor job in defending him. Whilst in prison he was housed with a rival gang member, they got into a fight which resulted in the other inmates death. My friend is now... Read more »
answered on Sep 23, 2019
The prosecution can seek the death penalty. If he has been charged with agg. murder, and has appointed counsel, they are Rule 8 certified and will look into that issue. Contact them. This constant posting of death penalty issues is not going to get you the answers you want. There are only about... Read more »
Adult who did purchase it which then Contributes to minors , can I get these Charges Dropped? I am only 18 and not legal age to purchase
answered on Sep 11, 2019
According to the law, an "adult" for purposes of "Contributing to a minor" is someone who is 18. So, unfortunately, even though you are not of legal age to drink, you are of legal age to contribute to a minor. However, an attorney most likely would still be able to help you with... Read more »
The cops never searched him when they got the call. They only called him. He is currently in prison for this. They have no prof/evidence there was ever a gun. Just by word of mouth.
answered on Mar 9, 2019
To answer your question properly would require a more detailed conversation then what can probably be responded to here. You should speak with a criminal defense lawyer asap.
answered on Feb 26, 2019
I would need much more information on both cases to have enough to assess the situation.
Is it okay for someone to suffer over and over for years because a judge wants to say you can't do it...even legal everywhere...then expect me to be okay with revoking and restarting for 10 years or however long and go through all this keeping in mind already spending 48 months in custody... Read more »
answered on Jul 31, 2018
You need to consult directly with an attorney. Your facts are not sufficient to understand what occurred. Moreover, you have one long run-on sentence so it is virtually impossible to parse
answered on May 7, 2018
It depends on the firearm. Better safe than sorry.
answered on Feb 8, 2018
It depends on the crime. Misdemeanors have a two year statute of limitation. Most felonies have a four year statute of limitation. However, there are some offenses, like sex offenses and homicides that don't have those limitations. Thus, for those offenses you can be charged as an adult... Read more »
My now ex-girlfriend decided to bring a hedgehog to my house. she lives in Missouri. it's been about 2 months and still doesn't know when she is coming back for him. I love him and have grown a strong bond for him. is there a way i can gain legal ownership of this hedgehog?
answered on Feb 3, 2018
This is an Animal law question, not a criminal law question. Contact an attorney in that specialty.
answered on Dec 19, 2017
Not near enough information to help. Call a criminal defense attorney in your area for a consultation.
answered on Dec 9, 2017
In a word - no.
The owner asked if I, surviving spose, open or closed, I said closed. It was open w/smile on face. The cost of funeral was 2 thousand more.
answered on Nov 25, 2017
You need a consumer protection attorney. If you think a crime has been committed you need to call the police.
TransUnion provides a service for organizations to look up information about existing customers. Unfortunately, this service can also be used to look up thousands of random individuals, and some companies may even TransUnion's services to create a cold-calling list. However, the use of this... Read more »
answered on Oct 16, 2017
if consumer credit reports are being pulled from Credit Reporting Agencies and used for cold calling customers by phone, that would be a willful violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Their is a statutory damage provision for damages up to one thousand per person. Whistelblowers have rights... Read more »
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