I honestly had not bought any otc flushing products but was nervous to pee so I drank more water then I should have. besides all that I’m wondering if at the arraignment I should plead guilty or not. Thank you!
No one can give you competent legal advice for your particular situation over the internet and without examining the evidence. That would be like you saying you have a cough and me saying "yep, you definitely have tuberculosis". You should consult with a local attorney quickly, preferably...Read more »
can I get into trouble if I know he's been within 10 feet of the child and not report it. she still sees him and they switch back and forth with a car. So he is around the child when she gets out of car and he goes to leave cause she lets him hang at apartment when my grandson is in school.his... Read more »
You can't get in trouble, but the boyfriend can. And your daughter is practically inviting CPS to enter the picture and remove the child into foster care, which could lead to termination of her parental rights. IF that were to happen, CPS would likely consider you for placement of the child...Read more »
Suppose my 17/18 year old son is pulled over by a police officer and the officer suspects use/possession of THC or nicotine and asks to search the vehicle. Keep in mind there is a locked container in the trunk of the vehicle.
Scenario 1: my son denies permission for a search. Does the... Read more »
A proper search is premised on either a warrant exception (e.g., for vehicles, that is usually "plain view"), a warrant with probable cause, or consent. The police are always free to ask for consent to search.
In both your scenarios, I could see the police confiscating the box; I...Read more »
We are a small business in Colorado, who had a customer record our conversation without consent . We would like to possible pursue a case against this customer pursuant to Michigan’s eavesdropping statute prohibits recording in-person and telephone conversations without consent from all parties,... Read more »
If you're looking for criminal charges, contact the police. If you're looking for civil damages, they problem will be what damage you've sustained? Did they just record the conversation for their own purposes? Have they posted it on a blog or something and it's affected your business?
rats in every wall, every ceiling, and now getting into my house. neighbors say person who sold me the house knew about the rats.. I have 3 children. it's not safe anymore to live here with my children.
This appears to be a question for an exterminator rather than a lawyer. Animals will live wherever they can get in and so long as there is food for them, so removing the ability to get into the house, and getting rid of food sources would seem to be the way to address this.
Hi my mom got a restraining order against my ex boyfriend the restraining order is in my moms name and her address I’m just one of the names on it and I was a minor when I was on it now I’m an adult and I don’t live with my mom if so person was to contact me would they still get in trouble or... Read more »
I think the only way to know for certain is to have the restraining order reviewed. Remember you always have the ability to contact the police if he is contacting you and has a history with you bad enough that required a PPO. Reminding the police there is a PPO in place might also help them tailor...Read more »
I was seeing this girl for a short while and then I broke up with her. At the end of November, I found out she was pregnant and was genuinely scared about it. I hadn’t talked to this girl since December of 2020. I had my friend and girlfriend contact her about it and all was... Read more »
Would probation or court be notified by TSA or airport? Would they only find out if I have police contact in Florida? I know it would be a bad idea so that’s not the answer I’m looking for. I’m wondering about the method of enforcing travel and ability to travel as a probationer. I don’t... Read more »
TSA would be checking your identity primarily through NCIC, and of course against other unknown "no fly" lists. You would be detained at the airport if you are wanted, your credentials are sketchy, or you otherwise cause problems in the airport or on the plane. That's how your...Read more »
No, unless the person goes through the process of having his or her "gun rights" restored. It is possible, but requires a 5 year waiting period and petition to the court. Until a person does that, it is a crime in itself for a felon to be in possession of any firearm.
Pulled over for the lights being off, asked to step out of the car within 30 seconds for driving without a license. Searched the car and found a firearm, sat for about 40 minutes then detained both parties.
Maximum penalty is 5 years in prison. Depending on circumstances and your history - you say this is your first felony - it's likely to be probation or a short jail period, plus fines, costs, and forfeiture of weapon.
Like any crime, there are defenses available. And too, the search of...Read more »
2 years? It's entirely plausible for the FBI or any of the other "3-letter organizations" to reach out to you and let you know you are a target of investigation to secure your cooperation. There are also a lot of scams out there.
Do you have reason to believe you would be...Read more »
My associate handles both of these areas. You can contact me for further information if you wish, or you could probably find someone else the easiest by searching for an attorney that runs a general practice.
My fiance is in jail in Michigan for a crime committed there. He's in the COVID quarantine pod and has missed his probable cause hearing twice, another man in the pod missed his 5 times, although he's no longer positive for COVID. Is this a violation of his right to a speedy trial?
Are you talking about pick-up ranges on warrants? Often times, when someone has a warrant, there will be a pick-up range listed. For instance, a warrant out of Kent County might say "we'll pick up within 100 miles from Kent county. That range depends on what the warrant is for (e.g. what...Read more »
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