Third violation of probation, by commission of Burglary will invite a motion to remand to county jail. But he is presumed not guilty. It may be possible to avoid going to jail until trial. But he will need an experienced attorney and their work is cut out for them. On just the burglary alone he...Read more »
I was served with a temporary restraining order, but my ex claims someone is sending her anonymous letters, it says in the (TPO) she thinks its me because the handwriting is similar, that all she has on the Temporary order, is that enough evidence for a final restraining order?
This is a case where you need to sit down with an experienced family law attorney to review each of the allegations advanced against you in your ex's domestic violence complaint to determine what proofs are needed to respond to the claims / testimony needed and how best to present that...Read more »
If your question is whether a person can be charged with domestic violence and have a TRO entered against them, go before a superior court judge on the charges and have the court dismiss the charges - the answer is yes. A judge can take testimony from the parties and determine that the allegations...Read more »
From a procedural standpoint, DCPP gets a call from an anonymous source, school, police department, etc expressing concern for the welfare of a child in your household and it then sends out a representative to investigate. The purpose of the investigation is to determine whether the child is at...Read more »
Speak with a lawyer about specifics for your case, BUT it depends on the case, and the court it is in. It is called pre-trial discovery so unless new evidence is found during the trial it should be presented to the defendants lawyer prior to the trial.
Deceased woman left a life insurance policy in her husband and son's name. The son was serving as her executor. Father told son her wishes were for him to divide it between her four children. He told dad he put it in his name because he didn't want to be taxed on it. His father said, in... Read more »
More information is needed however, Generally a good lawyer can prevent a conviction on all of these charges and only have you plead to 1 or 2 out of 4, if you are in fact guilty of the crime. But everything depends on the facts of the case. If you don't have a lawyer get one as your looking...Read more »
Sleep deprivation and touching of intimate spaces over and over. Want force a deal for something I do not owe and am innocent of. I have signed nothing. do rights pertain to people who are not being detained but are being harassed and targeted too.
Everything depends on the facts of your case such as were you put in a room and questioned for 16 hours probably yes. Were you put in a room for 2 hours and signed a Miranda Form probably not, but everything is up to the judge.
I have virtual court next week from a court date that’s been pushed back since March. My ex assaulted me, leaving me to have emergency eye surgery and vision loss. Can he still be sentenced to prison with everything going on? Thanks in advance.
Believe a man I love is being wronged and abused, for years; by one he thinks is his wife. After hearing from his family I've investigated; what's found is shocking?! This woman pushed him into marriage by having a child; And in 5 yrs 6 ms 19 ds, now…!? From " I Do"... Read more »
Very good question you should read the Omnibus orders that the Supreme Court has handed down for what you can and cannot do. Since we know nothing about your case it would be improper to advise you otherwise. If you have a lawyer best to ask him or her as they know your case..
I was arrested in 2004 and charged with two burglaries and two conspiracy the burglaries. I sat in Camden county jail for almost 6 months for them to investigate on trial. Now I know there was no evidence against me because I know I had nothing to do with it. I was set up by a former friend. Now I... Read more »
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