Around ten years ago I was foolishly convinced by family members to ditch my probation and move halfway across the country, I was initially charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and received 3 years of probation. The said firearm was a BB gun which is considered a handgun in the state of... Read more »
It is always up to the judge on whether you will or will not go to jail, but the normal sentence if you fail at probation is to put you in jail. That being said if one day you do get picked up on the warrant which does eventually happen more and more today as these records are more and more...Read more »
During a deployment overseas, there was an incident involving multiple personnel. US Army CID took fingerprints and statements from personnel involved. The charges are shown on an fbi personal rap sheet few years after. There was no court martial. The disposition is only an article 15 ( non... Read more »
I am overwhelmed and there is too much stuff now packed into the storage units. I can’t even pull things out for the organizations to take stuff. I have one month before the first group is due in about a week after that the second group is due. If I have to pay all of these I will not be able to... Read more »
Only the court will know if a warrant was issued as we don't have your name and basic information to even look it up. That being said if you missed court. You most likely either have a warrant for failure to appear. I suggest that you at least take a consultation with a good lawyer.
Get yourself a good lawyer to reduce the penalties you face with your new charge and your old charge which will now come back to haunt you. Just remember the old saying a good lawyer is never cheap and a cheap lawyer is never . . . as they say in life you get the quality you pay for
That means you face the full penalty of your new charge and will be kicked out of the conditional discharge for your original charge and face those penalties also. I suggest you set up a consultation with a good lawyer to give yourself the best chance of avoiding the full penalties you face.
Well its pretty serve when you figure as the law stands today, you have a criminal record of arrest and if the substance found tests positive for THC you looking at up to 180 days in jail (rare for first time offenders) 6 months loss of your drivers license, $1000.00 fine and other surcharges and...Read more »
With any heroin possession charge your brother is looking at three to five years in jail. That's I suggest hiring a good lawyer as are many ways to reduce or avoid jail time entirely especially if he is a first-time offender. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a free in office consultation I would...Read more »
No that is not normal unless the police officer already knows you and you know him. I would call the police officer back at the police station to confirm that this is legit if you don't already know him. That being said if you think you are or could be a possible suspect in a crime you should...Read more »
Yes, plain smell is an exception to the search warrant requirement. However, that does not mean that the underlying motor vehicle stop and subsequent search was valid. You should consult with an attorney to discuss the facts of your case and possible motion to suppress.
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