18 U.S. Code § 1702. Obstruction of correspondence:
"Whoever takes any letter, postal card, or package out of any post office or any authorized depository for mail matter, or from any letter or mail carrier, or which has been in any post office or authorized depository, or in the...Read more »
No. Maryland Criminal Procedure Code, Sections 10-108 and 10-109, prohibit disclosure of an expunged record or information from that record to another person without a court order. Violation of these sections is a criminal offense that carries up to one year in jail. For a public employee or...Read more »
It's unlikely that you would be charged based on the facts as you've described. I can't see that any crime was committed based on the information you provided. You didn't say what you were charged with. Was it related to the possession of the knife? I think it more likely that...Read more »
It's impossible to know the content of the communication or guess at its effect, but, Pretrial Release filed something with the court. If you are the defendant, presumably you got a copy. If not, you may need to check the court's file at the courthouse.
If my sons father has his wife complete the protective order for him statement and all and he signs it would I be able to get the order dismissed to perjury him saying he completed the form when it’s two different hand writings?
No. Who wrote the statement is not relevant. So long as he signed the petition and made oath or affirmation the the statements were true, the petition is not invalid. Of course, you can cross-examine him about those written statements not being his, and therefore represent his wife’s eye-witness...Read more »
The State of Maryland provides a free, and easily accessible database containing important information about civil and criminal cases, as well as data about liens. Most who use it regularly call it “case search”. Old school users may call it JIS. The official name is the Maryland Judiciary Case...Read more »
You'll need to check the requirements of the licensing authority. They may or may not be concerned as to whether or not an applicant has been convicted of a crime of violence. They may be more concerned with convictions relating to honesty and propensity to tell the truth. If this is a crime...Read more »
My roof was damaged during a storm. I called the adjuster (Travelers Insur.) and the adjuster stated I needed to go onto the roof. I stated I wouldn't do that. The adjuster then called me and stated he would come past the home and take pictures. The same adjuster called and stated he... Read more »
It's likely because there is not a lot of assistance available for the situation you described. An insurance company has a quasi-fiduciary and contractual obligation to adjust, investigate and ultimately resolve your claim. They do not stand in the position of a creditor.
It's difficult to understand the nature of the charges your friend faces. Of course it's not illegal to possess a phone. It sounds like there might be some criminal conduct associated with the use of the phone, but the question is unclear. If you have the statement of charges or statement...Read more »
court dropped the case. That is including no witnesses. Her parents petition and had it reopened. There is no new evidence and we moved from Maryland to Texas. At what point does this become harassment or slander? At the beginning of this we were upfront with the planned move. So it wasn't... Read more »
A Maryland attorney should advise you on this, but your question remains open for two weeks and time is likely of the essence in any reply or appearance you might need to arrange for. While this is not something you don't already know, it would be advisable for you to consult with an attorney...Read more »
I'm not sure what you mean by "listed". I would say as a general proposition if there is no court date reflected on Maryland's judiciary case search, there is no currently scheduled court date. You should be aware that many cases were rescheduled during the Coronavirus Covid19...Read more »
It's not possible to tell how likely or unlikely that would be. Parolees have a lessened expectation of privacy in their persons and effects. They may or may not have to get a warrant. Indeed you may have already consented to a review of your phone records as a condition of your release. If a...Read more »
If you had it expunged it could be 'gone.' If it was vacated, it could be gone as well, but presumably you would have received notice. It might be referenced under a different or misspelled name. Moreover, the fact that it might not appear on case search does not negate the conviction.
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