We just really need to know whats going to happen. cause if he isnt getting out, there is alot to start taking care of. so we cant sit here and wonder when they are even going to sentence him. Is there a certain amount of time they can legally keep him after arraignment?
In Kansas, arraignment in a felony case occurs after a defendant is bound over at preliminary hearing. The speedy trial statute requires he be tried within 150 days if he is in custody. However, this time may be expanded if the defendant files motions or takes other actions which cause a delay....Read more »
Local sheriff detectives are threatening to have my mom and 2 sisters arrested because an already stolen cement saw came up missing from my one sisters ex boyfriends house, whom she left after he beat her and pulled a gun on her and my other sister and her bf. Yet they are not charging him with... Read more »
Yes. It is not necessary for that person to currently possess the item in order to have stolen it. That person could have stolen the item and subsequently resold or otherwise disposed of it. Thus, it is possible to be charged with theft even if the defendant does not “have” the item.
Person driving to move to Kentucky from California was stopped while speeding 8 mph over limit on highway 70 and given ticket, which was paid, then another ticket to appear in court for suspended Calif license. At time, she didn't know license was suspended, until stopped by KHP. She now lives in... Read more »
I was convicted of a Class B Misdemeanor in February of 2011 in the State of Kansas. I was arrested for getting into a car that wasn't my own. I was awarded diversion since it was my first criminal offense. That said, I'm currently filling out a contractor application for FDIC, and they ask if... Read more »
Text messages can certainly be used as evidence that someone distributed a drug or had the intent to do so, and therefore can be the basis for filing criminal charges. However, I would say that it is rare to see someone charged with distributing drugs based on text messages alone. If drugs are...Read more »
In Kansas, sentencing for felony offenses is dictated by your criminal history and the classification of the offense. For a Kansas sentencing grid, you can visit the criminal defense section of my website and find it at the bottom under resources....Read more »
I bought a car from a guy in Kansas and i have the Bill of Sale, 2 other witnesses, registration papers, and insurance papers. I need to obtain the title but he didn't have it and to him it'll take him $200 to obtain them since he says he needs to drive to Topeka to sign papers. I call BS on that.... Read more »
The only way to obtain a title if he doesn't provide one is to file a quiet title suit. A quiet title suit is a legal proceeding where you ask the court to declare you the owner of the vehicle. Kansas legal services has a guide on how to file these suits. Here is a link to that information:...Read more »
I was recently caught shoplifting at Walmart. They took down my information and told me please do not ever steal from them again and that they will not be banning me from the store and that I was free to go. I got something in the mail to pay a $150 fine and I paid it right away. Now I got another... Read more »
If you are being told to go to court, then yes you are being charged. This is not a civil case from what I can tell. Contact a criminal lawyer immediately in your area. If you go to court, do not say anything except you want a lawyer. Posting on this board is not sufficient to give you the help...Read more »
I have a felony for a Class D non persons felony. It was in 2008 that I went to prison and was out in 2010. I would like to get this off my record so that I may gain employment at a job to support my family. I used to be a CNA and I would like to go back to that job, but can't until this is off my... Read more »
My ex-girlfriend and I lived together. We got into a heated argument because she is horribly abusive, and she abuses her son. I went off on her verbally in the privacy of my home where there is a reasonable expectation that it is a domain of privacy. I kicked her out and I now live alone. Since... Read more »
Unlikely it's illegal. Over the phone it is in many states. Playing it could be viewed as intentional infliction of emotional distress, but that would be apointless case because if she has no money, the attorney would make you pay--and if she is manipulative and passive aggressive she may enjoy it....Read more »
The tools Return to me his house was raided by the police. Out of all the things that were seized from the house my tools were the only things because they were believed by the police to be stolen which they were not. How would I come about getting my tools return to me before they become unclaimed?
If they don't have the money to repay does the business insurance have to pay the money? Like for a beauty shop? The owner has given it over before a divorce. Then found out when he saw the bank statements that showed cash payments were not on deposit slips!
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