It means either the probation or the prosecutor filed a petition revoke a person's probation for violating a term of probation. The court granted the filing of the petition and either a summons or a warrant will be issued.
If you have a conviction for a domestic battery there is a brady disqualifier that will prevent you from obtaining a gun permit. Depending on how long ago the conviction was you may be able to have it expunged. Consider speaking with a local criminal defense attorney.
You can contact the prosecutor's office to speak with the deputy prosecutor assigned to the case or the victim's assistant. The prosecutor has a legal obligation to speak to the victim about the case. You can ask the prosecutor seek restitution for your damages, you can also sue him civilly.
On a tip from a C. S. The police served a NO KNOCK warrant. For pot? First SWAT then ICE. Never identified themselves. At gun point. Wouldn’t show us the warrant. Left it after the search. Had no affidavit. They had no badges , we couldn’t EVER see they’re faces. The affidavit is excluded... Read more »
There is no assault charge in Indiana, an assault is the threat of committing a battery. If there was a battery with serious bodily injury or a deadly weapon in the presence of a child under 16 then that would be either a level 5 felony or level 3 felony depending on the facts.
Depending on other facts, it may be grounds to have the warrant and the results of the warrant suppressed. You should discuss this with your attorney, if you have not hired one then you should consult with one sooner than later.
She screams at us daily, exposes herself to Covid-19 by traveling and then comes back to the apartment, and throws things and refuses to clean after herself. (She also is often drunk or high?) She’s acting violent and we have to lock our bedroom doors at night. We asked her to leave by the end of... Read more »
i was pulled over for a turn signal not being used within the required amount of feet (200) before turn. At this time on one of us had a warrant and that gave prob. cause to search the car. well they found drugs, but after they found that, the officer then took my cell phone and credit cards and... Read more »
To accurately answer your question is very fact sensitive and you should discuss it with a local criminal defense attorney sooner than later. If they searched your phone without a warrant and then got a warrant that would be an illegal search. Not sure why they took your credit cards unless the...Read more »
The 4th Amendment search warrant requirement is very complicated and there are several exceptions to the rule unfortunately. The answer to your question is yes, the police cannot come into your home and search it without a warrant or good-faith belief that a valid exception to the warrant...Read more »
Attorneys will not generally quote fees in public forums like this. I suggest you contact me or other attorneys privately through this site. For one thing, in order to quote a fee, an attorney would need to discuss the facts of your case, and you definitely do not want to do that publicly!
I live in Indiana, the device was taken from a minor and is used to ensure safety by making sure she can remain in contact with a parent when playing with a group of friends a short distance from home at a playground, about half a block away from home. A teenager has been taking it from her to... Read more »
I had checked with the neighbor several times on the car and he never said there was any problems he's also a mechanic and was supposed to fix the vehicles but never did he stated that his boss who owns a tow company took the car but he never towed, worked on, or stored my car
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