I have a warrant out for my arrest for probation violation. “Failure to comply, I forgot to email her to report & haven’t done community service due to covid-19! I’m wondering if there’s a way that I can get out of not doing jail time!
You need to contact an attorney immediately. Our office can help. If you’re picked up now, there’s no guarantees of a courtdate but an attorney may be able to have the warrant set aside based on the circumstances.
I’m 16, and i know all of this is going to make me look very bad. Recently me and my friend decided to go to a local grocery store about 5 minutes from my house. I did not have my license for 6 months and I live in Georgia, so it was illegal for me to drive her. While pulling out, i got in a very... Read more »
It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible who can assist you with the specifics of your case and provide you with sound legal counsel. There is a chance that several things may result from this incident.
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Typically, you can be sentenced up to the remainder of the time you have remaining on your probation. However, if you are on first offender probation, you can be re-sentenced up to the maximum sentence of the original charge. It is best to contact an attorney to represent you in the probation...Read more »
That will depend on a number of factors, including the jurisdiction that your case is pending in. The specific facts of the case will also play into how much time a prosecutor will recommend. You should speak with a criminal attorney to discuss the specific facts of your case to determine your...Read more »
What statutes apply in a civil suit are going to be fact dependent on your individual circumstances. If you are considering filing suit against a governmental agency, you should consult with a civil rights attorney.
It is discussed multiple times since 2013-2014. Close to Christmas time she tells me via text: “GO check the tape if you dont believe me”. I go back to her numerous times over the next several days-week, asking her if that is really what she wants me to do. I remind her, just a few months... Read more »
I would believe it is not illegal to do so, due to the fact that the female over the age of legal consent in GA (16). The 17 year old turns 18 in 8 months( December 7th), and I would believe it to be okay since 17 is the age when Georgia technically can consider you an adult, because you can make... Read more »
A person commits the offense of false imprisonment when, in violation of the personal liberty of another, he arrests, confines, or detains such person without legal authority. It is considered a felony offense and carries a punishment of 1 - 10 years in the penitentiary (as long as the victim is...Read more »
Yes, you need to consult and hire an attorney as soon as possible. The court will let you know if you qualify for a public defender. If you do not meet the requirements for acquiring a public defender, it is best to contact a private attorney as soon as possible.
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