Boyfriend and I got in a fight. He tripped me. I pushed him in defense. He tackled me. I told him to get out. From there it turned into a mess of me panicking thinking he was going to hurt me and restraining him. Police came. Arrested no one. He said I choked him. Police noted no physical marks on... Read more »
My husband had surgery last Wednesday and was given opiates for pain. He’s also bipolar and takes his meds religiously. The opiates he was prescribed caused him to be manic and he became aggressive and assaulted me. He is 49 and has no criminal history. What are the chances of these charges being... Read more »
Persistent felony offender enhances offenses up to two levels. A lot of times you can negotiate a plea deal and get rid of the persistent offender in exchange for plea of guilty. The big hammer with persistent felony offender in the first degree is that some offenses turn into mandatory 10 years...Read more »
Also he got transferred to a work release facility what is this for exactly? It’s not popping up that he has parole eligibility on there just what he was originally in there for. Is this for the privacy of inmates? I don’t know I’ve been waiting for him for 15 months Im losing my mind thank you.
He received a letter from the IRS to verify identity they did not give it to him they showed it to him and he was able to write down some of the information on toilet paper. I'm trying to help him verify his identity for his stimulus but it is getting increasingly harder. Also he has requested... Read more »
A person loses many rights and liberties when they are incarcerated. There is no specific law that allows them access to mail. Your best bet is to have his lawyer make a motion in the court or talk to the warden or ahead of the jail. If that does not work you can always have a power of attorney...Read more »
The inmate lived in Bell County, is incarcerated in Harlan County, pursuing transfer to Jackson County for better accessibility to classes and work programs. His parole officer is in Jefferson County and we are currently waiting on a ruling from the Jefferson County Judge for his parole violation.... Read more »
I would call the police department and try to get in touch with the person you spoke with to see if the report has been forwarded to a detective for review. You could also call the unemployment office and they may have special investigators that would look into your case.
It depends on what was promised.what the breeder knew and how reliable the DNA test is? If the breeder knowingly misled you and sold you something he knew to be false then that could be a case for fraud.
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