My biological mother wont leave me alone via text. I have told her to leave me alone and stop contacting me. In emails from previous years has been verbally abusive towards me. She uses my brother as a way to get to me even though I know she is brainwashing him. Should I go to the police regarding... Read more »
I have no record, when i asked for a lawyer the detectives told me if i wanted a lawyer they couldn't help me and would charge me with a felony instead of a misdemeanor. I wasn't even given a phone call. I was also pulled over for no traffic violation reason and there was no criminal activity the... Read more »
If you do not already have an attorney representing you, consult with one immediately. If you do, speak to them about these issues. Your version of the events and the police version I am sure are going to be completely different, but that's what suppression hearing are for.
Wondering of rights as resident. Called town and being told keep kids out of road. Not addressing the law breaking of residents. Put slow down structure at foot of driveway. What else can I do to stop a child from being killed. What are the children's rights.
Petition the local city council or whatever form of government you have for placement of a speed limit sign etc. However kids should not be riding bikes on roadways unless they are fully competent, have helmets on etc. We lived on a road like that and that's one of the reasons we moved--no way...Read more »
Unless there is an order of protection in place, then you may still talk to him. If there is an order of protection against him in your favor, then any contact with him can get him into further trouble.
Friend worked for former border patrol, customs enforcement and secret service for Carter and Ford and has photos and documents of his involvement in drug enforcement operations, and a former boss was suppose to turn in narcotics and arrest those involved yet turned around and gave it back and did... Read more »
Unfortunately--even if everything you said is 100% true--there is nothing anyone can do about it today. Why? Because of the extremely, long period of time that has elapsed between the time of the drug-related issues (late seventies) and now.
Depending on the circumstances, this could be a complicated issue. If they are trying to use the recordings to blackmail you, extort you, or threaten you, it could be a few different crimes (although the legislature passed the revenge porn law, I do not believe it’s been signed into law). If you...Read more »
I have a non violent misdemeanor on my record for identity theft 3 years ago. I am 22 and it is getting in the way of my future. No company will touch me with a 30" pole. I did research it says you can not expunge a criminal misdemeanor in New York State.
There are various degrees of this type of crime, so the potential sentence depends on which charge is brought - a misdemeanor exposes you to up to one year in jail, while a felony can carry a potential prison sentence of at least one year.
The person is saying I’m harrassing her when I never contacted her at all, not once and a lawyer just randomly called me today to tell me I can potentially be charged with stuff if I don’t leave her alone, and I never ever contacted her
Yes, an attorney can contact you but you have no obligation to speak with them. If you believe you are at risk of being accused of a crime, you should contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss the details of the matter. If you are contacted by law enforcement at any point, do not make any...Read more »
Depending on what the felony convictions was for and any other past criminal history, you may be eligible to seal that conviction pursuant to CPL Section 160.59. You should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in regard to this matter.
Moms accountant was given unprofessional advice allowed her accountant of 30 yrs be executor and trustee. My brother was executor and successor trustee. I refused to be a executor by choice because i couldnt walk and didnt want to be a burden. I was unaware that together they planned to screw... Read more »
Petit larceny is a misdemeanor, which is a crime. However, just because you were arrested for petit larceny, it does not mean that you will be convicted. It is very possible to walk away with either a violation or a dismissal, depending on the case facts, especially if it is your first offense.
Many factors go into determining whether it is in the defendant's best interest to testify, it is impossible to simply say yes or no. An attorney can provide you with a better answer when they have more specific details about the case, as well as a better understanding of the evidence.
You would need to go the clerk's office of that court and ask to see the court file (chances are they are going to have to order it from records for you). If the matter was not yours and the case was sealed, you will not be allowed to review the file.
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