How long he actually serves is up to the Missouri Parole Board. It depends on what exactly he was convicted of as some sentences have mandatory minimums, as well as any prior remands to prison, and his behavior in prison. Ultimately we can't give you a good answer as it depends on details we...Read more »
Yes. They can release you from jail and serve a new warrant or even one they forgot to serve previously. In fact people are often released from jail after 24 hours pending application for a warrant. Your husband needs a criminal defense attorney.
It shows up as "pleading guilty of a felony" it's preventing me from getting back my CCW which I had before after the SIS. I am trying to start a P.I. business and need this resolved. I served my country and still working for federal govt for totaling 32 years and hold a Top Secret... Read more »
The judge can advise you that proceeding without an attorney may not be the best when faced with a felony charge. In order for you to proceed pro se, the judge has to make sure that you fully understand certain things prior to actually representing yourself and that you have the capacity to proceed...Read more »
In general it is tough to find pro bono representation because you are asking a stranger to donate thousands of dollars of his or her time to your case. Therefore, you’ll need to be more specific if you want to catch someone’s attention.
In Section 1983 civil rights cases, prevailing...Read more »
And the relationship I was in the let there brother di it to me knowing my problems and I think it caused me to have more issues with walking.i called the troy Missouri police but they liked what was done to me
Under Missouri law, the period of limitation does not run: (1) During any time when the accused is absent from the state, but in no case shall this provision extend the period of limitation otherwise applicable by more than three years; or (2) During any time when the accused is concealing...Read more »
Unless you were charged with fourth-degree assault in Missouri, the remaining charges for aggravated assault are felonies. Felons are not allowed to be in possession of firearms, so it would be illegal for you to own guns in general.
I moderate a website on which minors are constantly harassed and sexualized. Myself and the other mods do our best to handle it when the issue arises, but the administrator is completely inactive and has neglected to give us the tools we need to properly deal with it. Do we have any basis on which... Read more »
My wife was charged last Dec. 12 for stealing less than $40 of merchandise from Walmart. She is not guilty and has already pleaded not guilty in municipal court. They have rescheduled several times, then transferred it to circuit court. She was due to appear in front of the new judge to enter a... Read more »
No, this case is not going to be dismissed because of statute of limitations. For misdemeanors, the Prosecutor has 1 year from the date of the incident to file charges. In this case, it sounds like the Prosecutor filed the charge well within the 1-year statute of limitations.
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