Ronald J. Eisenberg's answer Your post is unanswerable. Whether criminal justice is objective or subjective would necessitate a more specific question. Some determinations are subjective (whether to find a witness's testimony to be credible), whereas other determination are objective.
Christopher Fink's answer It depends on the violation and the Judge. For example, if someone on probation violates for the same offense that put that person on probation, then the Court is likely to look at it more harshly. Some Judges have a zero tolerance policy, but others may allow a defendant to remain on probation. There are generally 3 outcomes with a suspended imposition of sentence probation...1) The Judge can continue you on probation under same terms and conditions or impose additional conditions, such as...
Joseph Harvath's answer Police have to send their request for the ticket, summons, or criminal charge to the Prosecutor for review. The prosecutor then determines whether the charges will be filed. For misdemeanor cases, they have up to 1 year to file the charges
Jennifer Sheila Kornblum's answer If the son had the father's power of attorney, son had a fiduciary duty to act in father's best interest. Questions like this usually come down to what is provable in court and the credibility of the witnesses.
Kristen Thurmond's answer This is going to be very fact and location dependent. You will want to talk with local counsel who knows the local laws and rules to best understand the situation you experienced.
Kristen Thurmond's answer The criminal code indicates a range of punishment for different classes of misdemeanors and felonies. In order to figure out the maximum and minimum jail time or penalties, you will need to look at the criminal code or talk to an attorney who can look into it for you based on what you are being charged with.
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