He has also pulled up next to me in a parking lot only to stare at me for a few minutes and then pull off. Just recently he was staring at me in intimidation when we happened to be at the same restaurant. His wife has confronted me (verbally), sent me a threatening text and has been staring me down... Read more »
It should have been reported to the school and to law enforcement; if it wasn't do it soon. He could be charged with sexual battery or more and confinement. Were there any witnesses, if so, statements need to be taken from them as well.
That is not likely to happen as arrest warrants expire after 6 months but if reissued do not expire; as well as bench warrants do not expire. However, depending on the charges an attorney may be able to assist you in surrendering to the court.
You can contact an attorney in or near the county where the cases are filed that you want expunged or you can file a petition on your own. Keep in mind expungements are very technical and if not filed properly you could be precluded from ever expunging the convictions from your record. You can...Read more »
I’m a 22 year old first offender. When looking at my case through the states website, I have 2 misdemeanor charges pending. However, in the police report there is only one charge mentioned - Public Intoxication.
Not necessarily. If the details listed in the police report support additional charges, but the police did not list those charges there is not issue because the prosecutor determines what charges get filed and not the police.
My boyfriend has a probation warrant for felony intimidation on an officer when he left court ordered drug treatment. Will entry into another facility possibly keep him out of jail and if he was almost complete when he left treatment on a 4 month sentence modified for release to rehab, how much... Read more »
There is not enough information to accurately answer your question. It will depend on the original sentence and any modifications to determine the amount of time he may serve in jail/DOC. Also it will be up to the prosecutor to determine if they want to go through the extradition process from...Read more »
Courts don't get involved in disputes between persons posting cash bonds and the defendants for whom the bonds are posted. Anyone posting a cash bond on behalf of a defendant must understand that the court will consider that cash an asset of the defendant that can be used to pay fines, court...Read more »
My brother had his children on his weekend for visitation. The mother wanted them to go home and he told her no as it was his weekend per court orders. She said she was going to come to my house and get them. He had told her not to come. We knew she was coming and had been drinking so we called the... Read more »
I was told I was in video with my boyfriend and another male commuting this crime. The detective who file for the warrant came to my house previously and I told him I did not do this crime and I was willing to give any evidence to prove this to be true I had an alibi. The detective accused me of... Read more »
It is difficult to answer that without more information. It will depend on the local practices of the prosecutors office and the particular court. However, if the person has no criminal history it is not likely they would go jail. Additionally, if this is their first offense they should consider...Read more »
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