I pled guilty prior to being incarserated in Missouri and I filed the writ hoping to get sentence they said the writ didn't apply to me because I already pled guilty is this right I don't understand I thought the writ was to help u resolve ur cases
The warrant was for drugs. The place of the search was a house, all outbuildings at the address, and vehicles under the control of my co-defendant. My name was not listed on the warrant and I was staying in a camper behind the house. When the police came I exited the camper and said they could not... Read more »
Apparently being pro se and trying to rescedule court on further hearing activated a warrant and upon my arrest it was without my appearance a bond was set two days later but i wasnt notified in jail for 6 days. Originally out on own recognance, seems it was staged for cash bond
There isn't enough information to answer. It could be. It is common for a party to sign a paper with the next hearing date when released. Sometimes people don't even remember or really notice the hearing date when they sign this. This isn't mandatory and there are also other ways for a notice...Read more »
An officeer told me i was to recieve a citation upon the conclusion of inventory search. I joined another officer uncuffed while search being conducted where supposedly something was found. Officer told me i was then under arrest for possible possession yet to be tested. Is that a lawful search to... Read more »
It isn't clear from your question whether you have new charges or just a typo on your release papers. If you have new charges, the OR went automatically apply to the new charges if the judge only heard your earlier charges.
Do I not have to be informed that as need to exit my vehicle for inventory purposes although I was reinstate eligible that my vehicle was getting towed. I was not arrested and I was told I was getting citation after the inventory of my car. I left my work but evidently looked suspiciouse 7:00pm.... Read more »
Many times people consent to a search of their vehicle when requested by law enforcement. If a party consents to the search, it is difficult to be successful on an argument that law enforcement didn't have authority to search the vehicle when the party consented to the search. If you have been...Read more »
My ex girlfriends dad is a cop and I recently called her out on social media for cheating on me while not meaning to intend harm on her. Her mom messaged me and said "you dont know who youre messing with" (by the way is that considered a threat by law and is there anything I can do about it?) So im... Read more »
A person doesn't get to choose the law enforcement officer to interact with. That being said, if a law enforcement officer has a family member that is making threats, it may be time to seek a protection order or to report the incident to the law enforcement's internal affairs division.
My 16 year old daughter is talking to a 25 year old they are very close and he is a respectful man. They have never done anything sexual before they haven’t even went out on a date, they just FaceTime. Is this illegal?
It is not illegal for a minor to communicate with an adult. Yet, it is never an idea you want to allow! Only face time? How do you know? The adult is much too old and any thing other than normal conversation is likely to get him in grave trouble. Don't allow this type of communication Ever.
The terms you are using ("indictment" and "charged") do not really apply to paternity and parenting situations. If father signed a Notarized Acknowledgment of Paternity, that serves as a legal basis for paternity under Nebraska law. However, more must occur in the courts for him to have the...Read more »
Striking a child can be assault and/or child abuse. One affirmative defense to such charge can be self-defense, no matter the striker's age. The Court could take into consideration the actor and victim's age when deciding whether a crime occurred and whether there is an affirmative defense...Read more »
Contact a good criminal lawyer in Omaha a should be able to discover and help you clear up the warrant. We have been able in the passed to have such matters resolved without the clients having to appear. A good criminal lawyer should be able to assist you in this type of action.
I got pulled over for no brake lights, the officer ofcourse wrote the tickets came back to my truck and gave them to me, when he was about to leave he noticed the corner of a silver case.. So he called me back to his police car and said he needs to ask me a question. So i did and he asked whats in... Read more »
I'm 18, graduated this year and live in Nebraksa. I have a friend who is 15. He called me last week and asked if I could pick him up from school because he was being sent home for the day and couldn't get a hold of his mom. So I did. After I picked him up he asked if he could come to my apartment... Read more »
This is something that a criminal defense attorney or public defender normally handles. The more proof you have to show that you believed he was being discharged from school, the easier it will be to defend this case. For example, did he send you a text saying is being sent home from school?...Read more »
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