I dont see any explicit ban on stinger whips. Nor do i see a license permit to carry one. You may want to consult an attorney before carrying. But keep in mind a bat, certain kitchen knives or an ax may not be illegal but if used illegally... also does the opposite end the stinger have an electric...Read more »
He hasnt signed the title yet but hes in possession of title keys vehicle and his name is printed as buyer on title and has registration application and statement of transaction, sale or gift filled out in his name and he signed that and seller signed. Seller also signed title
Stay Away Provision: Ordering the defendantj to stay at least a certain number of yards or feet away from the victim, his or her home, job, school, and car. The stay-away distance can vary by state, judge or the lethality of the situation, but is often at least...Read more »
The law is usually defined as permanently depriving the owner of his property or doing something inconsistent with the owners rights. It will be a question of fact based on when you told him what happened. If you told him after he confronted you it may seem likea self serving excuse. If you told...Read more »
He tried to kill me fractured my Tibia Fibia. He was going for my head he damage my left elbow (as I cover up). He came in defense of his sister my wife. And began battering me with his bat. However, I was charge with domestic violence after I woke up from a coma. When I woke up I was told I was... Read more »
Like many states, New York’s law sets time limits for a host of specific crimes. For crimes not specifically listed in the statute, a general statute of limitations applies based on the category of the crime. The general time limits are:
My nephew has been incarcerated since March 18, 2018. His charge is ATT CRIM POSS WEAP 2ND CLASS D his class was brought down. Before he went to prison he was out on house arrest with an ankle bracelet. Is it possible for him to get credit for time served on house arrest?
In NYS an ankle monitor does not count as incarceration. It is an alternative to incarceration. Therefore he will not receive official credit for that time. It is possible, however, for the sentencing judge to take into consideration the time he was wearing the ankle monitor and reduce his...Read more »
It depends what the bench warrant is connected to and whether extradition has been approved. Why not retain NY counsel to clear the bench warrant and try working out a deal. That’s much better than letting a warrant sit out there forever.
he took 6,400 for rent that I owed thru the pandemic + 3,200 to cover 3mon, he did this without consent but i agreed to the 4k remaining because it seemed fair at the time and he handed me my card, im going through hardships and could've used that money especially being that ny state laws... Read more »
My arrest took place in Brooklyn New York in 1995 everything was dismissed my case was sealed the department that I am applying to is aware that but for some reason they want the exact arrest record for that case
If the judge already issued the sentence and you pled guilty, rarely can you dismiss the sentence altogether. You may be able to request wkds etc but typically your sentence has already een issued and you cant request now to do it later or after 5 yrs probation or not at all.
I'm my finances P.O.A. and her trial was the most corrupt thing I have seen. So many laws n rules were bended. Also know for a fact extortion was involved. Would need to see and speak with a lawyer for them to understand but im currently under investigation had 2 cop cars pull up to me one... Read more »
I met a man in romania in april 2019. we have met 3 times since in romania. He has little and I sometimes send him money. Recently a online transfer company small world stoped my transfer and said compliance stopped it. they wont tell me why. They did call and ask how i knew him and if we had... Read more »
Mail fraud and wire fraud are federal crimes in the United States that involve mailing or electronically transmitting something associated with fraud. Jurisdiction is claimed by the federal government if the illegal activity crosses interstate or...Read more »
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