I have an outstanding absconding from parole warrant in which case I have served all the time it takes to be MRS eligible and paid my $15,000 in restitution in full and the case has since been closed out but now I have a family court case and can’t appear or I’ll be arrested on this warrant
If the warrant was generated before your parole expired then technically it could still be a valid warrant and you need to appear and get it taken care of. Realistically if you completed all your requirements you may not be asked to serve. It depends on the circumstances. I would contact an...Read more »
It depends what happened on your case. If there is any evidence of corruption that led to a jury finding you guilty there is a chance you can file a motion to have it overturned. If you voluntarily pled guilty it would be more difficult for you to now get out of that plea.
I was mentally abused by my ex husband who is a retired military veteran 20 years. We dated for 2.5 years and were married for 25 years and divorced now 7 years. I did not know that he was mentally abusing me till a couple years after I left him. I went through severe depression and almost died.... Read more »
Unless you waived all claims against him In your divorce agreement you could sue him for abuse however if you sue him outside of the family court context you would have to allege a viable claim In tort .. and it would have to fall within the Kentucky statute of limitations which would normally run...Read more »
So i’m applying for a tech company. I have a assault 4th degree misdemeanor convicted 7 years ago. The state of the company follows the “ban the box” rule (they are not allowed to ask about criminal record until initial interview/conditional offer has been made). I’m currently at the last... Read more »
I was pulled over by an officer...he never asked for license, insurance, or registration and came to the passenger side of the vehicle then demanded me and my passenger to get out of the car without any probable cause. We said no and the officer snatched me out of the car through the window of the... Read more »
It depends if they had probable cause. If they had reason to believe you all were engaged in criminal activity well before you got pulled over when you got pulled over then they may have a right to do what they did. If this was in Louisville they likely have body cam and will show exactly how they...Read more »
The judge revoked this person’s probation but stated the lawyer can file a motion for shock after 30 days. The judge also sent paper work over for this person to be evaluated for drug court, does that mean the judge is considering shock?
My son was with a group of kids that were flicking another kids hat at a school dance and it escalated into a physical fight. Even though my son was not involved with the actual physical fight he was seen touching the hat and picking it up when it hit the ground during the fight and walked away... Read more »
The neighboring apartment building the one directly beside mine. As I was doing so a couple of the people over there came out cussing me trying to fight me saying I was trespassing. I kept walking saying i was sorry I didn’t know and didn’t mean to upset anyone, while they continued to... Read more »
Technically it could be considered criminal trespass in the third degree if there are clear signs that this is private property or that you are in a housing development or section 8. If you were not charged by the police you likely don’t have anything to worry about.
You can contact the police. Assaults between juveniles are still against the law but it will likely be driven by the injury to your child. Was he take him to the doctor? Are there pictures of injuries?
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