I knew since the day I got arrested for it that somebody had to of used my stolen ID to rent a U-Haul and didn't return it. Finally at court my lawyer says if I want off HIP and my other charges lowered to take the package deal. I never got to see my motion of discovery. She even said that it... View More
You never have to take a charge you always have the right to go to trial but if you want to get off Bond or HIP or other restrictions and you choose to plead guilty you give up many rights including the right to go to trial.
A former employee/business partner has accuse me of identity theft, even though mine, and he was also stolen and compromised at the same time but when the officer called me from her Facebook page, I refuse to go in without an attorney present, because it’s my business, and I didn’t want to take... View More
No. If it is an arrest warrant, you can’t just appear and have it set aside yourself. You need to hire an attorney to attempt to have your Attorney argue for the Judge to set aside or convert the warrant.
A former friend had my card saved on their Xbox account and asked if they could use it to purchase something. I gave permission to use it for purchasing one thing, but not 10+ things. We both were in agreement that they would pay me back in full. (This person has a restraining order from their ex... View More
I have been doing research n have found that I don’t think it was ever properly done. The probate in either dads or mamaws estate. Monday will be 10 years since my dads death & I have never seen any types of docs or proof of anything. It looks like by the courthouse docs that everything is... View More
A copy of KYIBRS report was given to the accused while he was incarcerated at W.C.R.J. with all identifying information of each victim including ssn, driver's license #, d.o.b., address, and identifying descriptions. Who do I need to contact about this violation?
My daughter was falsly accused by noyfriends mom saying she has no knowledge of any transactions. My daughter has bank statements and text to prove shes lying. She just found out she got indicted and her court date is tomorrow and there is another warrant for her arrest! Her public defender never... View More
They sent out a warrant for my arrest because i didnt go and sighn a statement , witch i was going to because i thought he was using his money and i aggreed to pay him back with intrest.. he lied to me and now im in trouble..
Since you already have r a warrant you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to try and get the warrant set aside and start fighting the case. I would also save any text, e-mail or social media communications you have had with the guy that fraudulently used the card.
I used it once and told him to take my card off his system, I got a notification a few days ago that it tried to go through again and told him AGAIN to take it off. Now it has went through AGAIN and he's mocking me that there's nothing I can do.
I had a personal loan, I paid it off in March or April. The loan company sent me the wrong persons original loan Note Agreement. Like I have someone else's original signature documents. Has personal info on it... I called the loan company to let them know and asked if my info was sent to the... View More
I am being accused of using someones EBT card. I got a text from who I thought was my grandmother, of the EBT card number. I bought groceries with it and manually typed it in while looking at my phone. I am on camera doing this. I was unaware it was someone elses card. Now, my case was sent to the... View More
I got stopped for speeding 15 mph, and hadn't transferred/register my car I recently bought and no insurance. Since I've obtained both registration and insurance, could both of these charges be dismissed? Thanks
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