Some cases are confidential such as all Family Court cases and all Divorce cases. Beyond that you would go to e-courts and click on the court that the case is in and then enter the name you are looking for. You will get limited information on line.
The possible sentence will range depending on a variety of factors, including whether you have a prior conviction, what that conviction is for, etc. Speak with an attorney about your specific case facts to get a better understanding of where you stand.
Though jail is not likely, the DA's office will likely take the case more seriously than the previous one since it is not your first arrest. Nonetheless, a non-criminal disposition is still possible. Speak with your attorney and make sure he/she knows about your previous case.
If this is your first arrest, your attorney should be looking for a non-criminal disposition. However, more details about your case are necessary to have a better understanding of what exactly you're facing. Contact an attorney in the area to discuss the case facts.
I am currently on PTR and my lawyer is recommending a safety valve meeting. I only have a misdemeanor poss. In the 7th on my record and wpuld like to know since I only have less then 60 days in jail on that charge, will I have the option to do 0-6 months in jail since I only have 1 Point?
Mother received a large check from retirement account and she passed away before cashing it. Her boyfriend deposited the check into their joint account several days after her passing and then closed the account once the check cleared. He now has the money and is refusing to give it to the children.... Read more »
with normal goods the title remains with rightful owner regardless of who posseses it, such as when it is stolen. that is one can only transfer as much title as they were given upon obtaining it. this would make a thifs title void. but is this the same with cash or does title start fresh merely... Read more »
Greetings. In New York, cash is not considered a good (unless it is a commodity, which in your given example it is not). Thus it may be transferred without civil implications in most factual situations (for example, an innocent casino receiving money that may or may not be stolen; an innocent car...Read more »
Depositions can be taken out with the leave of the court with condition that the depositions will be brought before the court when ever needed by the court, if the case has not been disposed off. You must contact a local lawyer who will draft its application and will proceed.
The police searched my van once with my consent then I refused for the 2nd time because I didn't trust them. They told me they didn't search t&e van, they lied. They said they were going to get a search warrant yesterday. One officer told me that I can be present during the search. Today the... Read more »
Search is always commensed before two witnesses of vacinity and in the end a list of items is prepared for the record it is not essential that the owner must be present. Laws may differ in different countries. But basic principal is same. For more details you must contact local lawyer.
We have been arguing for weeks now and the 17 year old always is spreading rumors , nobody is doing anything to help so i asked her if she wants to fight , like to learn her lesson and she said she will press charges on me , will these charges be serious ?
So I got a mustang that is outfitted like a police car, but none of the lights are functional and there is no siren. It says police on the side however it has no markings for a state or county. It is a replica of the transformers 5 mustang police. It's basically a show car. I drove it and got... Read more »
You are not likely to be charged with impersonating an officer unless you were clearly acting like a jack ass and doing so, however, I can see cops taking offense to this and pulling you over/possibly arresting you.
You say it is a show car so make it that. With regards to the tints, that...Read more »
Legally? No, although I think this is an issue ripe for appeal now. Many states are having legal problems with distinguishing industrial hemp buds from marijuana buds and it’s a likely issue to get into our appellate system soon, which will create controlling caselaw on the issue... we will see...Read more »
Say a dying man recorded a video where he exposes your secret superhero identity but provided no evidence to prove it. Said video then is shown on national news (still with no evidence), can you sue? If yes, who would you sue and for what?
Also if they "exposed" a minor? Would it get the... Read more »
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