I admitted to everything and they searched my car and confiscated evidence for the case. I was terrified because I owe many people money and I committed these terrible crimes. I have never been in legal trouble before. Will I have to pay fines and possibly jail time? I stole debit cards and items... Read more »
This is a public forum, not protected by lawyer-client confidentiality. While it may be a stretch, it could be possible for an intrepid prosecutor to subpoena the posting information, and use your admissions as part of a case against . The better course is to seek the guidance of an experienced...Read more »
The State absolutely spends money on these cases. A first violation has a maximum of 90 days. There is a one-year sentence possible for subsequent violations. It's impossible to gauge how a trial may go without knowledge of the facts of the alleged violation. You should meet with a lawyer in a...Read more »
It could be part of a series of acts that constitute a crime, depending on the context. It's not possible to definitively answer your question without that context. Having said that, it's difficult to conjure a valid reason to deceive someone into thinking you are someone else-whether...Read more »
someone has filed a show cause against me. this person has access to their property but has not taken it. the items are in a storage unit in my name that they were to pay for but haven't for 6 months. now they are refusing to pay and filed a replevin for the items.
(Action For Recovery Of Possession Of A Corporeal Freehold Or Leasehold Estate In Land.) Is It A Quite Title Or A Court Order Court Order Enforcement Like In Child Support Cases In Enforcement There Of And If They Disregard The Child Support. Regarding The Adverse Possession Law Maryland. I Have... Read more »
You file a Complaint to Quiet Title and/or for Declaratory Judgment. You name as defendant the person whose name is on the deed to the property as recorded in the Land Records, as well as any “holder in interest” of any unreleased lien instrument filed against the property as recorded in the...Read more »
Adverse Possession Maryland Law Can the Land Sell It. The Private Auction Company And And They Will Not Canceled It. It Is For Auction (April 6th 2021). I Had The One Canceled Before By The Same Private Auction Company On ( July 17th 2020). The Owner Knows That The Land Is Adverse Possessed. And... Read more »
If you claim to own the land pursuant to the common law doctrine of adverse possession, then you must establish this fact by way of an action in court to declare yourself the owner by virtue of adverse possession, and you must serve the titled owner of record and any trustee under any recorded and...Read more »
If you committed a crime anywhere in the United States or its territories (Puerto Rico is a US territory), then you are subject to extradition. Not all crimes are extraditable, such as many minor misdemeanor offenses, but many others are (including many misdemeanors carrying jail time). An arrest...Read more »
If you have a lawyer, ask him or her since that's what they are for, and stop posting on a public forum that may result in you incriminating yourself. If you do not have a lawyer, hire one (or apply to the Public Defender if you qualify). Your lawyer can obtain all such information through...Read more »
If, following the date you were sentenced and placed on probation, you committed a new offense and are charged, then it could trigger a violation. If, however, the new charge is based on acts or crimes committed before you were placed on probation, then the new charge would not be a violation, even...Read more »
The court system would not request it but the participants in the court proceeding would . In a criminal case I suspect the state would issue a subpoena to the appropriate entity to produce the evidence in court. If the appropriate entity is out-of-state, I'm quite certain that Maryland...Read more »
What I’m trying to ask I have to go to court for two more phone harassment charges against me from kids mother we do have a court order where we have 50-50 custody and she has not been following the order yes I do blow her phone up yes I get angry with her and cuss at her and say bad things but... Read more »
I would suggest that you do two things. Stop posting comments such as these- that can be interpreted as admissions- in a public, online forum. Secondly you should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in a confidential setting. If you cannot afford an attorney due to your financial...Read more »
I was given probation for these 2 things. In Maryland case search they show up as misdemeanor. I’m applying for my HQL and one of the questions is have you ever been convicted of a crime that has maximum penalty of over 1 yr . My question is what was the actual penalty for the 2 crimes back in... Read more »
If you were convicted, and not granted a "probation before judgment" (PBJ) disposition, then this offense is not among the convicted offenses that may be expunged under the current law. If you received a PBJ, then you are eligible for expungement. The list of convicted offenses that may...Read more »
I was convicted of felony theft, over $10k under $100k. I was sentenced to 4 years incarceration, all but one suspended and 5 years probation. I was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $47,000. I paid monthly what I could afford, abided by the terms of my probation and was released... Read more »
Assemble all your payment records and income verification and bankruptcy info, which will show your good faith efforts to pay. I do not see you being violated for inability to pay such a large restitution obligation. Nobody gets violated for not having enough money. Your probation should be closed...Read more »
Hire a lawyer ASAP. You lawyer can immediately contact the Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) assigned to the case, and start crucial conversations, negotiations and efforts to steer the direction of the prosecution. The key time to work the best possible deal (if a deal is in your interest)...Read more »
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