Jasmine D. Rippy's answer Failure to yield to an emergency vehicle is a misdemeanor in Michigan punishable by a fine of up to $500.00 and/or imprisonment for up to 90 days. If the officer didn’t give you a ticket, then you got a break.
Jasmine D. Rippy's answer Yes, this is possible. The jury found the defendant guilty of armed robbery but decided there wasn’t enough evidence for the felony murder conviction. If it was the other way around where the defendant was found innocent of the underlying felony, he couldn’t be found guilty of felony murder.
Jasmine D. Rippy's answer To be eligible for an expungement in Michigan, you can only have one felony on your record and no more than 2 misdemeanors. Also, it must be at least 5 years since you completed your sentence. The expungement process entails completing an “application to set aside conviction” and filing it with the court where you were convicted of assault. In addition, you must send a copy of the application and a certified record of your assault conviction to the Attorney General, prosecutor and...
Jasmine D. Rippy's answer If police responded to the incident, they submitted a report to the prosecutor who decides whether or not to bring forth charges based on the evidence presented to him or her. There doesn’t have to be injuries for someone to be charged with assault or domestic violence.
Jasmine D. Rippy's answer In Michigan, the age of consent to sexual contact is 16. Therefore, it is legal for a 16 year old to date a 28 year old as long as the relationship is consensual. However, if the 16 year old has sent sexual images the 28 year old, they could both face felony child pornography charges. If any of those images were sent over the Internet or through the use of a computer, they could be charged with using a computer to commit a crime, which would also be a felony in this case.
Jasmine D. Rippy's answer You can be charged with retail fraud. The degree will depend on the value of the stolen goods. If the value of the property is below $200, it is 3rd degree retail fraud, which is a 93-day misdemeanor. If the value of the property is between $200-$1,000, it is 2nd degree retail fraud, which is a one-year misdemeanor. If the value of the property is over $1,000, it is 1st degree, which is a 5-year felony. If your record is clean, you will likely be placed on probation instead of jail time....
Jasmine D. Rippy's answer Your friend can hire an attorney or request a court-appointed attorney if he can't afford one. The attorney will be able to request that his bond be lowered and will help defend against those charges.
Jasmine D. Rippy's answer You can contact police and show them the footage. The police will make a report and turn it over to the prosecutor to bring forth criminal charges. They could be charged with larceny and whether it’s a misdemeanor or felony will depend on the value of the stolen items and if they have any prior theft convictions.
Thomas. R. Morris' answer Your question is incomprehensible. If you signed a promissory note to evidence your agreement to repay a loan, nothing in your question indicates that you have been relieved of liability on the note.
Thomas. R. Morris' answer The Michigan LLC Act requires that the company's books and records be maintained at the registered office or its principal place of business. MCL 450.4213. You could use the Troy address as the registered office even if it is not the principal place of business. Whether you should do so is not a legal question.
Brent T. Geers' answer It really depends on a number of factors, but most importantly whether the state provides any support for the mother or baby (doesn't sound like it does as they both work). Your son, though, should seek some local legal advice about this situation as there may be-as crazy as it sounds-very valid reasons for why he should seek a support order.
Brent T. Geers' answer You'll need to answer the warrant by arranging to turn yourself in. How you do that depends on how your local court and jail does things. You'll then be able to address - through a lawyer - the circumstances that led to your arrest and charges.
Unless you do this, there is nothing you can do about what appears to be a policing matter. Please be aware that police can and often do make statements and promises that later turn out to be misleading or flat out wrong - that is not (typically)...
Brent T. Geers' answer You should look on the Uniform Child Support Order for any particular provisions, but generally if he is still in high school, you'll continue support until he graduates or turns 19 1/2 years old. It makes no difference whether you've seen him.
Brent T. Geers' answer We would need to know more about the exact circumstance and reason why you say your parents have custody of your children. Is it by court order or simple agreement? The answer to that will determine how to file, but almost assuredly, you'll probably need to file for a divorce with children.
Brent T. Geers' answer Your first call should be to the city's housing or code enforcement office, or whatever it's called where you live. Generally, I think a court would determine this officer's actions permissible. I doubt you'll get out of all this with a bare claim that he's trespassing.
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