I was helping a friend move it of her ex’s house. He and his parents were there and all three were larger individuals. It was just she and I if they decided to get physical. My shirt was tucked behind my holster but when the police officers arrived and I put my hands up it became untucked and... Read more »
My house was searched and one of my firearm seized because law enforcement said it smelled like gunpowder. I was arrested. And then release on the $30 Bond. How can this hold up if there's no proof of me discharging a firearm. Which I did not do anyway.
Convicted.. and served a sentence for unlawful possession of a weapon.. I didn’t have any knowledge of it being stolen nor did I come back stolen when they ran their initial report.. am I still subject to being convicted for illegal possession?
I've been getting threatening text messages because my aunt is involved with someone who's in another relationship supposedly but she doesn't know. Now, the person is threatening to file a false police report on my boyfriend to get back at my aunt. can she do that?
Members of the Sheriff's Department all knew it was a lie yet they still kicked in my door and arrested me making this my third felony I'm trying to get a job I need my record clean I have warrants for the false charges now. My mom said I stole $2,000 and I'm charged with burglary inhabited... Read more »
i'm a lieutenant in a small police department in south Louisiana. i exposed my police chief of theft and maleficence, he was arrested and also admitted to the theft. he is awaiting his trial but remains police chief until then. at this time, he has taken my police cruiser and has blocked me from... Read more »
He was only arrested on the fact that the place robbed was my dad's workplace and the actual criminal who did it had a previous crime committed with my brother they arrested my brother fully on the account of affiliation what do i do.
Bail him out and hire a criminal defense lawyer. If the "probable cause" for arrrest was as flimsy as you say, the charges should be dropped or reduced to a misdemeanor by the prosecuting state attorney. Handling a criminal case "pro per" (without counsel) is a recipe for disaster.
The judge presiding over my husbands case was his attorney on a previous charge. He was convicted and sentenced to armed robbery and poss of a firearm by a convicted felon. They then added the habitual offender enhancement in which he was sent to 99 yrs w/o benefits. The judge did recuse himself... Read more »
Having been a judge, I can tell you that judges are presumed to be unbiased. If your husband was represented by counsel (and I assume he was), his attorney should have asked for recusal if he thought there was bias. If the judge then denied a request for recusal, that could be appealed to a higher...Read more »
Due process not followed, never finger printed threatened at gun point, taken over state line without proper documentation and much more. He's served 2 years already and was recently sentenced to 9 years, he's filed for appeal and needs help.PLEASE!
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