Under Missouri law, a defendant can ask to withdraw his guilty plea if he can show that he was misled or induced to enter a plea of guilty by fraud, mistake, misapprehension, coercion, duress or fear. There are generally no time limits for filing a Motion to Withdraw a Guilty Plea under Rule...Read more »
Yes, it's possible for an attorney to negotiate a plea bargain deal in which a prostitution charge gets amended to a less serious offense. Of course, the outcome depends on the Defendant's criminal history and which court the case is being prosecuted in.
There’s no way to know without seeing all of the evidence that is in the possession of the state. You have a right to something called discovery - this is the formal name for the process by which the parties to a legal proceeding gather facts and information in possession of the other party. In...Read more »
As of now, one who has a medical marijuana card in Missouri cannot purchase or own a firearm. This is not due to Missouri law, but rather the fact that cannabis is still federally classified a controlled substance This is a quickly-changing area of the law as there is pending federal legislation...Read more »
I will do my best to keep this brief yet concise. I have primary residential custody of 4 children who were the product of a previous marriage. I remarried and we live in Jackson County MO.The divorce and custody agreement were filed in Leavenworth County KS. There is an open child abuse... Read more »
It’s unclear what relief you seek. Small claims court is only for money damages. Okay you seek injunctive relief, such as an order into remove the defamatory statements, you cannot get such relief in small claims court.
Whether you hire an attorney to sue will depend largely on whether...Read more »
I tried to sell something online and my account got suspended. I asked why it got suspended and I was told this is a common procedure and I need to show proof of identity before i could sell. ok thats fine so thats what i did. i sent my photo ID as i was asked to do along with other personal... Read more »
I don't know what website you were trying to use, but why do you believe that the website is not allowed to set rules for users? You might feel pressured to provide your financial information but you are free not to share that information and not to use the website if you have privacy...Read more »
Lawyers can only take contingency fee cases in certain types of cases such as personal injury cases. There are cases were contingency fees are simply not allowed such as family law or criminal defense.
If you wish to know what fee arrangement an attorney will take you will have to...Read more »
This is posted under Admiralty/Maritime, which often involves federal practice. Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, compulsory counterclaims are governed by Rule 13 of FRCP. But it isn't fully clear what the matter involves, due to the spread of categories included. I can't speak...Read more »
He is currently in callaway county and has court on the 3rd. he has warrants in Cole County, Marion COunty, Pike County and one in Quincy Illinois. I want to get him out of jail as he has been in there since july. I need some help. please. Like ROR on the warrants or someone to get with the pros... Read more »
I ran a criminal history report through the state of Illinois and it says no record on file does this mean I have no warrants, or no criminal offenses on my record and should be good to go correct. Please get back to me when you have time. I'm just needing it understood more if that is what it means
The proper background check must be completed by any law enforcement agency. You may request a fingerprint background check from your local sheriff's office or police department for clearance purposes.
The warrant will never go away until you take care of it. It will show up on criminal background checks, and may cause problems for you if you ever travel outside of the U.S. You can hire an attorney to lift the warrant and represent you for the Possession charge. If you hire an attorney, you...Read more »
Yes, you can file a motion to dismiss. However, file a motion to dismiss does not guarantee the Judge will dismiss it. You will need to show up to the hearing prepared to defend against the ex-parte, and ask the Judge if your can argue your filed motion to dismiss first.
will a criminal warrant show up in a background check through the state police criminal history report and court records please answer or what is the best site to check We did a national warrant search
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