The judge's job is not to be in your favor. The only person "in your favor" is your attorney, and he or she must adhere to court rules, case law, statutes, ethics, and rules of evidence while being in your favor. If you have plead and are awaiting sentencing, then now is the time to...Read more »
If the victim & perpetrator live in different states but were both in the same state at the time, where should the victim lodge a complaint, in which state's court should I file and is it still considered a federal crime if the crime didn't cross state lines?
They threatened to keep me for 4yrs or i plead guilty for 2nd hbt and pay 1500 to get out. I didn't know that ment i do 11 months on sentenceing day. I just did two and im on disability. How can they come to my home and nab me up when my kids are grown, im half alive and live a couple countys over?
She was charged with 4 felony's ! Destruction of Property (2 counts over a 1000 each), Domestic Violence & Home Invasion. She was arrested in Jail for 4-5 days and Bonded out for 7grand and was forced to wear a GPS Tether. At the Dist Court... Read more »
Also say the courts granted someone a HYTA but later found out the person who received it was not eligible for it in the first place what would happen? I happen to know someone who received their HYTA prior to 2021 who committed their crime after their 24th birthday and I have no idea how they even... Read more »
he said because he never shouldve granted it because its a felony and the person should b in jail , even tho he gave 2 pr bond before & this cash bond & the person is working, doing everything supposed to be doing & they're supposed to have already dropped the felony, the whole... Read more »
Bond is discretionary, subject to court rules. No, a judge cannot revoke bond for no reason...but it doesn't take much of a reason. Can a judge raise a bond, remanding the person to jail in the interim - effectively revoking bond? Sometimes, depending on circumstances. There are judges that...Read more »
I was charged with possession of marijuana, i was pulled over, officer said he smelled marjijuana, i told him i forgot i had a grinder in my council and not in the back in a lock box, I had my medical marijuana card, since it was not locked up, I gave him the grinder, he charged me with possession... Read more »
Great question! Like many changes in the law, it remains to be seen what will happen in situations like yours. Best thing to do is contact the court. If there is a valid warrant for you, you may be arrested on it, so it's important to address it. And what matters is whether your actions were...Read more »
After taking a snapshot of this sign six plainclothes security one uniformed approached ordered me into the hall asked why I'm taking, I replied because this is my Mom and I love her. They took my id and would not return it until I agreed to leave, I had done nothing but take this picture. If... Read more »
A number of reasons, all of which depend on facts you are not disclosing in your question. Could be as simple as they are acting on instructions from the proper patient advocate - perhaps your mom's spouse or one of your siblings. Maybe there is an adult protective services investigation or...Read more »
I am worried about contempt, I am in Wayne county, MI. I’ve never had a felony or misdemeanor, and I’m able to report for jury duty. I’ve lost the return mailing address envelope sent so I don’t know where to send in a filled form. I guess my question is what is the chance I go to jail or pay a fine
Can they be found? I'm no expert in crypto so I don't know. The opposing party's attorney, through appropriate discovery demands, could establish that you have or should have a certain dollar amount in assets, whether they are in crypto or not.
No. I'm not sure what you'd be looking for. If the case was dismissed because of the agreement that you successfully complete a delayed sentence, then there is nothing to expunge because you have no record.
A guilty plea and no contest plea are treated the same for most all the same purposes.
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