It would severely weaken the prosecution's case; however, it does not necessarily make it go away. What ultimately happens depends on the facts and circumstances that occurred, as well as what is presented at trial.
I was a passenger in a car. We were initially stopped by 2 city officers for the window tint. We're were immediately pulled out of the vehicle and searched. I had to tiny pieces of weed in my pocket. Not even a gram .2 grams to be exact. I plead not guilty. The judge set me a court date. Once... View More
They can if you ended up pleaded guilty or were found guilty by the court. The good news, though, is that at the of this the 6 months, your record will be expunged and it will not even show up on your record. The bad news is that you only get one bite at the apple when it comes to getting...View More
If your accused of shoplifting and at the store u receive a citation telling you when to appear in court but the letter in mail is showing like you were arrested and when the arraignment is. Also its the first time you have had any legal trouble.
Once you are arrested, you will be taken before the judge for an initial appearance, at which point you will be told of the charges against you, and bond will be set. After that (and usually this applies for municipal court), the first court date afterwards is the deadline to enter a plea of guilty...View More
Depends where you are. It is illegal in most states to discharge firearms in a city unless at a licensed range. Outside the city it depends on borough or township ordanance. And dogs, like any potential nuissance, aren't if you knew and moved in.
Noncompliance with what? The right to remain silent refers to testimony.
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