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.
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Yes, there are law enforcement officers who patrol the state parks and rivers in Missouri. For example, if you get caught with marijuana while camping in a state park or while on a float trip on a river in Missouri, your case will be prosecuted in the circuit court in the county where the incident...Read more »
My insurance company used a bias company to estimate loss. The inspection was not thorough and I was pressured to accept a completely unreasonable lowball offer. I complained to my agent and received a call from the supervisor saying they will send a third-party inspector over to inspect the... Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best, as your question could involve elements of state-specific law. In terms of what you could do, one option is to arrange a brief consult with an attorney experienced in property damage/fire claims. In terms of pressure to accept an offer, if a release had been...Read more »
Ex begged me to stay With him in Grenada MS in a hotel for a week while he worked. I live in Mo so he picked me up and drove me The entire time I was there he was emotional and argumentative. Thursday I Made a nail appointment, I had to walk to. I started walking to the nail salon Next thing I... Read more »
The statute of limitations in Missouri for any misdemeanor is one year. The offense for making a false report in Missouri is a class B misdemeanor. Therefore, the statute of limitations for this offense in Missouri is one year.
The best thing you can do is at the very beginning of the interrogation is to kindly state that you want an attorney present. The police are required to cease all questioning at that point. Before any interrogation begins, the police must first advise you of your “Miranda rights,” which...Read more »
A friend and myself rented a motel room n Missouri for the night, I was only there a few hours anyway the next day the motel cleaning lady came n the room my friend nor I was there but my friends vehicle was still there, anyways the cleaning lady came n the room and supposidly found some kind of... Read more »
Charged with accessory to forgery and counterfeiting in MO. When taken to jail, passenger had forged gift cards in shoe( found upon dress out at jail) . That person pled guilty and went to prison. While in prison wrote an afadavit stating I knew nothing about it and was not present when cards were... Read more »
It would be best to speak with your attorney on the matter and if you don't have one, I would suggest getting one as soon as possible. That affidavit helps, but it's unlikely to resolve the entire case against you.
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