Law enforcement entered a building with av recorder where a CI was there to do a controlled buy. The CI did not have permission to be in the building either. The camera was not placed on the CI. It was on a shelf inside the building for hours. The part of the building where this took place was a... Read more »
If the detectives had permission from the owner of the apartment complex or the manager and it was a common area then they can place the recording device there. If it was a private apartment bedroom then they would have to likely get a warrant before they could place the device there if they did...Read more »
the news is trying to investigate it to but its a small town so it like there hiding it and keeping it quite which isnt right because this officer has took his law power to far and he letting the badge power go to far
The local police department will be able to determine what power he has as an officer until he is fired. Most officers still perform some duties even if they are disciplined. If you have a skilled Attorney on your case he should be able to use the officers problems to get a better deal from the...Read more »
It depends greatly on the facts, victim testimony and evidence. Domestic violence cases in Louisville have a special set of prosecutors and are examined very carefully. A felony carries up to five years in prison but these type of charges are on the cusp of a misdemeanor or a felony. I strongly...Read more »
I will pay the fine or traffic school when i get paid. But im on maternity leave until feb 1st. I won't get paid from work with disability for being off for at least 2 more weeks and I'm about to spend my last $ on groceries. I just don't wanna go to jail for not having money.
If you have a pending court date you can appear for that court date via phone call or zoom and enter your plea of not guilty and pass the case for another date. I would tell the Court your situation. You should not go to jail as long as you appear for your court date or have an Attorney appear on...Read more »
I am a baptist health employee, I have the premier health plan through baptist which I pay the premium on. I am having surgery at this hospital, which is baptist owned. I was called with my estimate, it is double my tier 1 out of pocket max. After contacting the insurance company, I found out that... Read more »
I don’t immediately see any criminal law issues for your question. That sounds like a health insurance billing issue. You could try contacting someone with the Department of insurance In your home state.
The cop wrote a warning and told me to park the van. I went back to park the van but there was no place to park. There was an adjacent lot and one space which I attempted to park in.He pulled me over and arrested me while he was screaming at me. I called to find out the problem but the DL says they... Read more »
In the state of Kentucky there are multiple reasons a license can be suspended. Failure to appear in court, failure to pay court fines, failure to pay child support etc. There may be something old that has your license suspended but if the Kentucky department of transportation says it is active...Read more »
I've called police to try to remove people from my home because of drug use and activity while I'm at work. Can't get help from the police without leaving work and risking my job. I do have 2 othe kids to support. Military school didn't seem to help, should I just emancipate... Read more »
The history of domestic violence in snd of itself is sufficient for PO to deny it. It doesn’t matter if the DVO has expired nor does it matter that no contact was not a condition of your parole. It is strictly s subjective judgment call by your PO.
I was sitting in my car when two guys shot at my car with a paint ball gun. They were unaware I was in the car at the time and drove into a nearby fast food deive thru. I yelled at them to apologize for what they did and when they rejected that, I blocked them in the drive thru. They then rammed my... Read more »
I'm on parole in Kentucky. We had a previous domestic incident in 2016. I was convicted of domestic violence against her. I had a DVO put on me. That DVO expired 2 years ago. We are allowed to have contact and she has no felonies or criminal history. Do you think my parole officer would... Read more »
I'm on parole in ky. She had a DVO put on me in 2016. The DVO is expired. The DVO expired 2 years ago. She has no felonies or criminal history. We are allowed to have contact. I'm on parole for a crime not related to this.
I overdosed in my car and somebody called parmedics and they Narcan me and police search me after that and charged me with pocession. Thought Overdose Ammunity Law kept charges from being made on a overdose.
At arraignment Defendants plead not guilty about 95% of the time on misdemeanor and felony cases. The prosecutor could make an offer at arraignment to settle the case but typically they will want to subpoena the witness from the store and then make an offer on the second court date.
You were ordered by the court to pay costs, fines, fees, restitution, etc., which is to be paid before a specific date. You must comply with that order or appear in court to explain why payment has not been made.
I done 3 years in prison, won appeal, original crime i accepted 3 years probated. Making it time served. They were supposed to have counted every day served but didn't. After serving the probation I realized I shouldn't have had to do, can I get my fees back and be compensated for serving... Read more »
And stopped. they were both charged with receiving a stolen fire arm by convicted felon one was charged and sentenced to probation or 5 for 5. The other was hit with a pfo but both charged with the same thing when arrested.
I don't understand your question. Are you asking why PFO was charged for one person and not the other? It may have to do with the length of time that has passed since their prior felony. The prosecutor has discretion to enforce the PFO or dismiss it or use it to help negotiate a plea deal....Read more »
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