Person was arrested for possession of firearm by convicted felon had a bond hearing was denied a couple months ago today was a status check hearing ,after Today finding out that it’s a federal status conference thats in 2 months and also a bond hearing in two weeks
Texas has a hold, husband is in GA jail (paulding) if they don't file for an extention immediately, does paulding county detention center HAVE to release him? Already have a lawyer working for him in TX, just need to get him out of jail here to get him home to myself and our children under 2 years... Read more »
It all depends on the Sheriffs. Different counties have different policies. However, you may want to just check with TX and see when they are going to pick him up first. Because if they make a promise to pick him up he may not be released in 14 days.
I have paid all penalties and have insurance now but I have to go to court. This is my first offense, am I facing jail time for this? Do I need a lawyer? I never received the notification in the mail due to moving so I had no idea.
First up! Officers can absolutely lie to you. If you got a ticket. You still have to answer to the court. You may want an attorney to make sure that none of your rights are violated and that you fully understand the process.
I know someone who’s living with her aunt which is her legal custodian and I think guardian and her aunt and her aunts husband treat her very badly. Her aunt and the husband have been on and off for a long time and recently got married for the second time and moved into a house that they bought... Read more »
No, it won't be legal without the consent of her legal custodian. You could consult with an attorney to see what options there are for her to legally be moved. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
It depends what she was arrested for. Sometimes probation officers do arrest first, and issue the warrant later, if they have probable cause to believe a condition of probation was violated. For example, if the probationer goes to the probation office and tests positive for drugs, they would...Read more »
My mom's ring was lost and construction workers found it. Without knowing they took it home cleaned it up and sold it. I learned of this on social media. One of the guys wives made contact with buyer who agreed to sell it back. Also was told ring was much more valueble after having it appraised.... Read more »
I was given a citation in August 2017, and missed my court date. I never received anything in the mail about court or even anything about my license being suspended a few months later. I've looked up the citation number online and it's nowhere to be found. My license was suspended February of 2018... Read more »
TAKE CARE OF THE FTA.... IT NOT ONLY SUSPENDED YOUR LICENSE. YOU GOT A WHOLE WARRANT. You are going to have to pay the FTA or provide a good excuse to get potential fine excused. Take care of the FTA first or be in fear of warrants. I pray this helps.
Defendant, convicted of operating a motor vehicle after having been declared an habitual violator and failing to obey a traffic control device, was improperly sentenced as a repeat “serious violent felony” offender where, although defendant had two previous habitual violator felony convictions,...Read more »
It's my first offense ever. I was charged with possession of meth, heroin, cocaine and paraphernalia. All the amount were less than a gram. My options were using my first offenders, conditional discharge 3 years, or drug court. I accepted the drug court and transferred the case to a county closer... Read more »
She's been there since Feb was hospitalized in March while in jail was supposed to return to doc but they never took her gallstones which needs surgery she's not had a period since she's been there that's not healthy what can I do
I am serving a 10 years sentence on 1Count of Aggravated Assault, which is my first felony. At one-third of my time I received a letter from the Parole Board stating that I was sentenced as a Recidivist. Afterwards I filled a Motion To Correct Void Sentence & a Habeas Corpus. As of December 9th,... Read more »
My fiance delivered thc wax and cannabis to a CI for a person who cannot be found. He also used his cellphone to confirm delivery time. A warrant was issued and he has been in Forsyth county since 5/2019. His pub def claims that the DA won't offer a plea deal for 1st time offender or respond to... Read more »
With regards to the first offender the judge has the option not to grant it...which means it’s NOT a guarantee. Not seeking first offender plea now does not mean it’s completely out of the picture. With reference to the health issue I would send the relevant medical concerns to the Sheriffs...Read more »
A Cobb county officer lied to me and told me he was gonna ask the other people in the car if the illegals were theirs he never did and then gave me felony obstruction of a officer with no explanation and still told me I didn’t have any felonies , only misdemeanor for the stuff that wasn’t mine... Read more »
You will get the “explanation” I’m your discovery the evidence provided by the prosecutor. Officers have the absolute right to lie to you. That’s why it’s so important to know your rights and as for an attorney when being questions by law enforcement.
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