The police showed up and gave my neighbor those tickets today but it was yesterday. Also, the police office called him over from his own yard and asked him to step into the street to speak to him and he did but was holding an alcoholic beverage at the time
Depends on the offense of what he was charged with on how long the police have to issue a violation. Some violation have as little as 30 days to be issued some have up to 5 years. Speak with a lawyer to determine what the statute of limitations is on your violation.
Thank you for asking your question. In order to properly advise you, you and your attorney would need to review all the police reports, video and audio. I suggest that you consult with an experienced local attorney about your case.
You can apply but that does not mean that you will get it. However, more information would bee needed to answer your question, I suggest you speak with a lawyer if you want a gun to see how you can give yourself the best shot (no pun intended) to get the permit.
That would depend. A lot more questions need to be answered such as are are you temporarily separated is their divorce proceedings going on right now etcetera etcetera. Definitely get yourself a good lawyer most of us offer a free in office consultation if you are charged with an offense.
We would need to see the complaint, but generally yes its valid, you are informed of exactly your charge when you go for your first court appearance. If you have any 2C charge, I suggest you immediately hire a good lawyer.
He’s a 34 years old man and manipulates me in order so I can do whatever he wants. I need legal assistance since at this point I just don’t know what to do and the police in my county I got patience and expects something worst to happen until something worst happens. However, not he just did... Read more »
By all means if he is threatening someone with a gun police should be taking action. It sounds as if you would qualify for a temporary restraining order. It would be useful to consult with an attorney. If you cannot afford one contact North West Legal Services which provides legal assistance and...Read more »
If this happened in NJ the penalties would be up to 180 days in jail, 10 days community service and up to $1000 fine and a criminal record. I suggest that you set up one of the free in office consultations that most of us criminal lawyers offer. A good lawyer may be able to make this go away....Read more »
More information would be needed to be known to properly answer your question. However robbery generally includes a threat of force or actual Force used. Theft does not require that force to be used just the unlawful taking of control of someone else's property.
Generally yes, as you did hit on the major exception a minor, but an attorney would need to know all the information about the case to determine eligibility. Setup a consultation with an experienced criminal lawyer.
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