In Indiana it is possible to reduce a D Felony or Level 6 Felony to a Class A Misdemeanor. If the judge said after you completed probation you could reduce your sentence, then yes its possible. If you had an attorney you should contact him/her to file the necessary motion. If you did not, then...Read more »
You should consult with a local criminal defense attorney who knows the prosecutors office to see what if anything can be done to resolve the case. It will depend on the age of the case, how much restitution needs to be paid, etc.
The only way to be released OR after a bond was set is for the court to order him released OR. However, if the bond was set per a schedule and he did not bond out and the prosecutor did not file charges, the he would be released after 48 hours.
Person was at my home I was in the shower I heard knocking got out looked around wondering where this person was turns out he had a warrant was hiding and I opened the door they said they were here for that person I let them in let them search they had no warrant for my home no warrant paperwork... Read more »
You should contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss the facts of the case. If the warrant did not list your address that could cause problems. Additionally, you will need an advocate to put forth your position in the case to obtain the best outcome.
Bailed out of jail on Friday went to probation on following Monday they arrest me leaveing there on font my kids five cars suround us they throw me on ground keep trying tell them I just bailed out for thoae charges they tell me shut up I dont no anything hold me in jail couple hours then one the... Read more »
The recording was from a landline, when the child was home alone. Child & I talk across state lines. Ex also monitors all online activity & shows up places where I’m to drop off child for extracurricular activities.
This is referring to the question I asked the other day. I want to understand the law on the matter because he shouldn't do time on this. Did the property damage add to the prosecutions case for domestic battery? His attorney is a PD and isn't much help right now.
All that needs to be proven in a battery case is that the defendant knowingly or intentionally touched the other person in a rude, insolent or angry manner. Whether or not your husband should do time, if the State proves the elements, a conviction is certainly possible.
14 year old Daughter being charge with posession of a electronic cigarette when she only took 1 puff of it on the school bus, it wasn't hers it was another kids. Is that the right charge for her in Indiana?
Loss prevention stops my sister at Walmart stated She did not pay for all her I tems no police involved and stated they would not Be pressing criminal charges and handed her a piece of paper stating that She will receive a letter within two weeks and to follow what the letter tells her to do.. will... Read more »
I read on the statues that it cannot but then it also says however it can if the other supporting felonies something or other and I dont understand what its saying. Can u help me? He just did 10 years on a habitual and got out and caught this new theft case. It was a misd. But it was enhanced. Also... Read more »
Calculating habitual enhancements can be complicated. What is needed is details of the current offense date, the dates of the prior offenses and judgments, and the charging information. Take all of this data to a defense attorney to get an opinion on whether this is an impermissible double...Read more »
My son was arrested for driving without a license, he's already served 6days and put up a 300 dollar bond, he missed his last court date and was arrested on a bench warrant. He been in jail for 6 more days and has yet to see a judge and has no bail
Can statements made after the Miranda rights are read be held against you even if you are under the influence? What is a perfect caught with drugs have to have the exact nature what exact drug or exactly that it is. drug? Under the Fourth Amendment rights can a passenger be held on a traffic stop... Read more »
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