Bad check charge filed in 2015 for class c felong well new revised statues took affect January 1 2017 which made it a class e felony and i took my plea in feburary of 2017 so should i be charged with a class c felony or a class e felony
I have an 18 year old son who is in alot of trouble. I have hired an attorney to rep him in the matters in volved. He the attorney went to St.louis for us couple weeks ago and when i asked how everything went he said he will get one case dropped . I then spoke to him today he told me the judge... Read more »
16 year old previously has been charged for assault on the same adult (me). 16 year old is my boyfriends daughter . She has assaulted me a total of 9 times but only charged twice. This time it is assault with deadly weapon. Wat will happen to her ?
on house arrest the same day and couldn't make it to the court date so today is January 3rd 2019 and I'm at the transition center downtown st louis and I been here for 3 months so why the warrant just now popping up?
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
in 2013 I was pulled over in a McDonald's parking lot for a drunk person in my backseat. The police did field sobriety tests and told me that they didn't have any breathalyzers on hand and that they would be taking me to the county jail house to do a breathalyzer there. we got there and were told... Read more »
The father was a cpa but the son put the property in his name using a poa assigned to the father. Unknown for some time and while trying to locate the cpa not realizing it was taken the same day of the assigned poa. True owner receiving 3266.00 through a 3 yr period for 166 acres of prime resort... Read more »
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.
She's also been abused, and she's kept in her house 24/7, unless she is at her church or out to eat. She isn't allowed to even walk away from her condo 25 ft. She's been called "slow, dumb, stupid, worthless, etc" and more degrading things. Is there anything I can do legally about this while... Read more »
I am on felony probation and received a violation for a dirty u.a and then went in for my next p.o visit a couple weeks later and received 2 more... One for missing a p.o appointment and the other for not keeping up with my pathways appointments... It shows on case.net that I am scheduled for a... Read more »
I was followed by an officer from another county and just before the county line I was pulled over and given a ticket just want to know the legality and what I can show the court that the officer was in the wrong.
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...Read more »
I reported it to school and the boys admitted to it & the parents said they'd pay to repair it so I filed a claim with my insurance company. The deductible turned out to be $225. Upon hearing that amount the parents now don't want to pay. They expected the screen repair was only going to be about... Read more »
Let's say someone is viewing things that may be considered inappropriate under the eyes of the law. Can the law attempt to investigate someone based on an internet search alone on a private home computer if zero images/files have been downloaded onto the computer in question? To be clear, there has... Read more »
Yes, it's possible that if you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you, that attorney could negotiate a plea bargain deal to get your "Trespassing" charge dismissed or reduced to a less serious offense, such as "Littering."
I received a speeding ticket (my first in 10+ years). The ticket says it's for "SPEEDING 36-40 MPH OVER" but below that it says driving 90, posted speed limit 60.... which is 30... not 36-40. Ninety in a sixty is consistent with what the officer stated/alleged.
Any error on the ticket can be corrected at any time. This does not sound like an error. This appears to be a situation in which the police officer wants the Prosecutor to know you were speeding 36-40 miles over but the cop gave you a break by issuing the ticket for only 30 miles over.
A friend of mine concealed deny them in her purse changed her mind at and then pulled it back out of her purse on camera then went to the register paid for it was approached at the door by security detained and forced with excessive force they beat her up can she sue them and were they right to do... Read more »
When you friend first concealed the item in her purse, with "intent to deprive" the store of their merchandise, she committed a theft crime, specifically, larceny. Even though she changed her mind, and returned the item, the crime was committed, due to her intent.
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