It’s impossible to say without more information. If you have your case number available a call to a lawyer could be informative. In the future the night before an appearance in criminal court isn’t the ideal time to decide it’s worth taking seriously.
Not sure if CO means Colorado. If so you need to ask the question in a Colorado forum. If you mean county, they can hold you until the county with the warrant picks the person up - usually a couple of days.
I have a violation for a medicine I was prescribed showing up as methamphetamine. I am prescribed adderall but I'm a veteran they give multiple brands of dextroamphetamine which is active ingredient in adderall. The VA has well documented uas when I went for PTSD therapy. So they know what... Read more »
my ex gf assaulted me back in march 2020 and was issued a danco. since then she has violated the order twice and has just been charged and found guilty of one violation of the danco but has not been charged with the assault yet or the other violation. so im just wondering how this all works. any... Read more »
They can continue to try you until a jury finds you guilty or not guilty. Doing so is not malicious prosecution. Malicious prosecution is difficult to prove. Worry about finding a way to win your trial.
he just took the jar. I gave him my id and then he wrote what looks like my license number and my DOB down. and then he said we can go on our way. What do you think will happen? he was really nice about it but he says he was going to weigh it and then destroy it and that it looks like I would be... Read more »
Could be that nothing happens. Could be that you receive a citation for possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle. If convicted, you could lose your license. It would be wise to have a lawyer help you with this. Many of us offer free consultations.
The only contact was the inmates texter and phone calls. The inmate was told several times to stop calling and texting but has continued to do so with disrespectful remarks and unbelievable name calling along with telling other inmates that the person is a ratchet jail pass around then distributed... Read more »
If the person is in jail on 3 felonies in relation to domestic assault, stalking, & terroristic threats with multiple prior convictions in relation to the same felonies they're in jail with now in 2 other states...
Can someone press some kind of charges/ofp on them just from what... Read more »
An individual doesn't "put charges" on anyone. You can certainly report the matter to law enforcement. Whether this individual will be charged depends on whether there are any orders that prohibit contact such as a DANCO or an OFP. He could be charged if there are such orders...Read more »
He does have a public defender he’s not comfortable with,I keep running into road blocks,my question is how to find a pro bono criminal attorney.He has no income and is on Social Security disability but that ended when he got incarcerated.I just really need some direction!!
Let me start by saying this is my first violation for anything like this.I asked the guy for his ID and he ignored and said this is it, I had a line and just wanted to have the transaction done with and not start an argument over his ID, so I just let it slide. (I know dumb on my part, but I just... Read more »
1000 words is not enough to go into major details on my situation. I've tried to be straight to the point and all answers are I get require me to respond and I cant respond to the original question. How can I get answers before sept 4th?
It is unclear from you question whether you received the ticket while in a commercial vehicle or if you got it in your personal vehicle. If it was in your personal vehicle, there is some chance that the prosecutor may be willing to reach an agreement where it would remain off of your record. A...Read more »
My old boss fired me in March 2020 for using Rakuten (rewards website) to get points and coupons when ordering everything for the office. No money was ever taken from her directly. I was unaware that it was unlawful to use unused benefits. Now I have a court date for being charged with a... Read more »
Your best option is to contact a criminal defense attorney and have them assist you. I have handled these cases before and successfully avoided a criminal conviction. There are several options for doing so.
I’m not sure I entirely understand the situation you’re raising. But typically the purchaser would not be charged in a conspiracy in such a circumstance. I’d suggest that you speak directly with an attorney for a consultation.
l have fought for,and gained custody of my 4 yr old son,after his mother was killed in a tragic auto accident in Minnesota. Before she died,her other child's father,who l have never met,or even spoken to, filed completely fabricated misdemeanor charges against me,without even one shred of... Read more »
Refusing to address the charge isn’t going to get you anywhere. A judge isn’t going to address the propriety of the charges so long as there is an active warrant for your arrest. You should retain an attorney and either turn yourself in on the warrant or post bail to get the legal process...Read more »
if I was charged with a crime but haven't gone to court yet, and I fill out an employment application that asks for convictions or indictments, do i need to list my charges?Example: charge - 5th degree assault or D.A., is that an indictment?
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