Plaintiff never showed any evidence at all. Plaintiff did not show up the last 3 court dates. I’ve motioned to dismiss. Also, the judge has already seen me on the same case from 2017. Plaintiff is over a year past statute of limitations. I know for a fact, because my co-Defendant tried to sue... Read more »
answered on Mar 25, 2023
You can object to the order and then appeal if you lose your objection.
After i go to a 90 day probation
After i go to a 90 day probation
answered on Mar 19, 2023
In general, a first-time offender charged with a first-degree criminal offense may be eligible for probation depending on the circumstances of the case. Probation is a form of supervised release that allows an offender to remain in the community under certain conditions and requirements. These... Read more »
I'm a retired black market cannabis wholesale distributor Been out of the busses for years now, I'm so desperate I'm about to break bad in the information super highway online mail order marijuana distribution interstate distribution, no more than 50 pound's a shipment.
answered on Jan 2, 2023
It’s not likely that you can sue law-enforcement for juvenile arrest unless the police use excessive force or he was taken to another county or you were not notified for 48 hours or more.
answered on Dec 26, 2022
Make a motion to unseal in the Court that sealed the record.
What are the legal ramifications to this? I may have also been illegally bugged by them, since I can hear them constantly talking to me.
answered on Dec 12, 2022
You need to contact your local police department and show them proof.
Her daughter as her POA deeded everything to herself and sold it. Her mom just passed. We've reported the numerous times to local DCBS and nothing ever comes of it. It seems her daughter has friends in the DCBS who help her and ignore the complaints. I think it's wrong when so many people... Read more »
answered on Nov 1, 2022
The facts as you have set them out would seem to indicate it is not legal. Medicaid or SS are the only ones who might possibly be obligated to investigate. A decision would then be based on the findings of their investigation as to whether a crime has been committed.
answered on Nov 1, 2022
Generally speaking no, unless the later change for sentencing is more favorable to the defendant.
I received a copy of my background check I had done in order to start my new job. On the report, it shows that I have a warrant for my arrest due to 4 years ago being fired from a store due to scanning coupons, the way I was taught, but they apparently think I was scheming with those customers to... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2022
This happens from time to time. People have old warrants in the system. You need to hire an experienced attorney to take care of this as soon as possible.
Serve their time then get released, just to get hit with 10 probation violations for felony offences? Let's say hypothetically if someone Had a friend get caught for trafficking meth first offense first degree and a probation violation. He served about two years on that, then was released. A... Read more »
answered on Sep 6, 2022
Impossible to say for certain but the likelihood is greater that he’s talking than just getting lucky breaks.
a girl make a fake report on me and i had no idea until a military police scanned my ID and it was flagged and they had detained me and wouldnt tell me why. they then two hours later said the report was "cancelled" and that they could tell it was a false report and they would take care of... Read more »
answered on Sep 3, 2022
You can file a civil suit against the person who made the false statements for slander and libel.
The time stamp is overlapped and video is froze in the middle of the recording. Only audio continues. Is it possible that the recording can be suppressed and not be allowed as evidence or is this something that has to wait until trial? (Federal / Criminal). Thank you for your time.
answered on May 31, 2022
If there is proof, it can be addressed by suppression prior to trial.
The evidence log / chain of custody that’s in my discovery was filled out by the last agent that received the property. The writing and signatures are very clearly the same handwriting. The agent filled out dates for dates before he had custody of the evidence. Can evidence be suppressed?
answered on May 27, 2022
Possibly. A lot of factors go into suppression but it certainly may be suppressable, depending on the attendant circumstances.
I am the victim of a 1st degree sexual abuse case. The man is getting released soon, there was an automatic no contact order when he was arrested and it is part of his parole, I have contacted my states probation and parole, they told me I need to contact my county attorney. I did, she said I need... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2022
You would need to contact the entity that prosecuted the original case, either the Commonwealth Attorney or the county Attorney. The clerks office can tell you which one prosecuted the man.
If the police knows I did a crime and they ask for a id and I say I don’t have it on me and they don’t believe me and they go ahead and check my pockets to see if I was lying, was wondering if that allowed without my consent
does law require the searching officer to also provide supporting documents and affidavit's that are noted attachments to warrant ? thank you much
answered on May 19, 2022
Yes. They do. The affidavits are usually not attached to the warrants Jen it is executed.
My ex wife is on pre trial diversion for child support. I never receive hardly anything (maybe 20 a month), when she’s ordered to pay $500. She had court and I was told the judge “read the riot act” to her. What does this mean?
answered on Apr 24, 2022
That is slang for the judge told her he was going to send her to prison if she didn’t make the most of the pretrial diversion opportunity or if she committed any new crimes. It’s a stern waning not to screw up.
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