If formal charges were filed in 2009, then no. The warrant stays forever, most of the time. I've had people with warrants out for seven or eight years. They left the state, and then they apply for a special job or a professional license, so it finally comes up. So the charge has to be dealt with,...Read more »
You must plead not guilty, set your case for trial, and have your case tried by a jury/judge. Once you're acquitted, you will be vindicated. There are risks, however, and you could face a longer period of jail or probation if you are convicted at trial. You don't have many more options, unless the...Read more »
You should get advice--and the services--of an attorney with the Nevada Trial Lawyers Assn in the county where the wreck happened--they give free consults. I'm assuming it's their fault--if its your fault, the fact that he wasn't licensed etc doesn't mean you collect if it's your fault....Read more »
My husband was arrested last week in NM for a domestic violence charge that was filed by his ex-wife in 2012. He was unaware of the charge because it was sealed, therefore, was unable to address and resolve the issue. Nevada wants him extradited. Is there a way that a New Mexico judge can... Read more »
The courts and police are very familiar with the circumstances that User-Dealers find themselves in. They buy drugs from their dealers, sometimes they are fronted the drugs, then they sell to support their habit. The unfortunate issue is that they are still dealing drugs and they are still apart of...Read more »
So i went to a teacher for advice and i told him about how my exboyfriend threaten me with pictures but me and my exboyfriend were good again but the teacher got the school involved i have not made any reports against my exboyfriend though and i dont want the school to do anything against him or... Read more »
I had court on 4/1/19 but failed to show up upon trying to contact the courts to get back on calender it appears that both cases were dismissed n i believe it has to do with NRS171.1773 how can i find out for sure i have a good job i dont want to lose because of a surpise visit to jail
Most jurisdictions in Nevada have websites where you can look up case information. Determine where your violation occurred to figure out which court you should be checking into and review their online system. If you cannot find the information there, you can always call the specific court.
It could be both, none, or just the instigator. You are allowed to use force to protect yourself during an assault or to prevent an assault, BUT you must be able to justify the force you used. So, for example, you can lay hands on a person first IF it is to protect yourself from an anticipated...Read more »
Police are aware and agree it was a phone scam, no arrest complete cooperation and now detective is telling me to pay “ restitution” or the business owner will file charges. What are my rights in this matter
Tennessee can use extradition to get you in Nevada. Under the extradition law in the U.S. Constitution and subsequent statutes, any state can hold a person who has a valid arrest warrant issued in another state. The issuing state (Tennessee) would then have 30 days to come get you. There is more...Read more »
Usually any charge, Felony or Misdemeanor, will show up on background checks if the charge entry was never successfully expunged. There are several different Criminal Databases, and some will show everything, while some will not. You will need to contact the Clerk of the Court you were charged...Read more »
It's complicated, but basically you don't have a right to a jury trial on misdemeanor cases where the prosecutor is not seeking more than 180 days in jail. The Supreme Court of Nevada has ruled on this issue, to the dismay of criminal defense attorneys. If you are facing more than one misdemeanor...Read more »
Not sure about "cleaned," but technically you can have your record "sealed" in Nevada for a Category E felony after two years from the date of your release from custody or release from parole/probation whichever occurs later. See NRS 179.245(1)(c). "A category E felony after 2 years from the date...Read more »
The crime is cashing the stolen check. If everybody could escape from being charged with a crime by paying the money back, then everyone would go out and cash stolen checks and if they were caught they would simply pay the money back.
If you got in trouble in another state (CA) for a felony (evading a peace officer) and you have a lease with an apartment complex in another state (NV) but they don’t accept felons but you already have a lease with them prior to the incident do they have to accept you back? Or tell your PO it’s... Read more »
I suggest you find a law treatise which would probably about a thousand pages to answer that question. Otherwise, retain counsel because this site is to help people with real questions, not hypothetical.
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