My court date never got posted online don't know what to do have no lawyer now have fta and went to court end of November didn't get arrested for the fta from Oct 31 but bonds man called My dad the other day and told him I missed court but like i said I searched and searched never showed... Read more »
District Judge dismissed and suppressed the arrest of a DWI case because arresting officer violated defends 4 amendment rights by arresting defendant inside his home with no probable cause and no search warrant.
I’ve read online from some employees of large corporations like Walmart and Target that these companies have a tendency to avoid prosecuting thieves until they have accumulated enough stolen property to constitute a felony. This begs the question of statute of limitations from misdemeanor to... Read more »
This is a criminal law question, not a consumer law question. As far as a civil lawsuit, the statute of limitation for money owed is 3 years not matter what the amount, and it starts fresh with each incident. Please repost this under Criminal Defense.
You should talk with someone at the district attorney's office as soon as possible, and let them know your reasons for not wanting to continue with the charges. Various people could be spending time on the case, so the sooner the better
It sounds like maybe you were the victim in a...Read more »
You should contact the clerk directly to confirm that the date provided on the letter is the correct court date. You should also search for your court date at https://www.nccourts.gov/court-dates to confirm your court date.
Yes. This is a matter of public record. You can go to the Clerk of Court in the county where the offender was ordered by the court to be placed on probation. The Clerk will be able to look up the individual's name, offense, case disposition, and any other specifics. You can also request a copy...Read more »
First you should call the clerk of court to find out if an Order has been entered. You should have been served, but it is possible that an Order was entered without you being served. The clerk will be able to inform you of the status of the case. If there is no actual written Order in the file,...Read more »
It could mean you missed a court date and have a warrant, or it could mean you were indicted and haven’t been served with the indictment, among other things. Call your lawyer if you have one, or you can possibly call the district attorneys office and they can give you an update, or the clerks...Read more »
These are very specific questions, but there’s no background to describe exactly what happened and to whom. You should contact a defense attorney, who can hear the story and give you advice. Most offer free consultations over the phone.
I am the victim of criminal abuse of the civil commitment process. Among the wrongdoings committed was the officer deliberately entering false timestamps on the custody order for the time taken into custody and time delivered to the examination unit. He deliberately entered both times as exactly... Read more »
Forgery of Writings is a common law offense in North Carolina. Common law forgery occurs when someone 1) falsely makes or alters a writing; 2) at the time the person made or altered the writing they intended to defraud; 3) the writing appeared to be genuine; and 4) the writing, if genuine, would...Read more »
He has an extradition warrant. Virginia has 90 days to issue a governors warrant for his arrest, otherwise the extradition warrant will be dismissed. If they had issued the governors warrant, he probably would have been served already, but yes there is always a chance that the governors warrant...Read more »
I am basically homeless nine months pregnant no friends or family where I am missed court and also there are charges. I don’t know what or where they came from. I need help immediately and I don’t have any money or any way to get any. Please help me.
Being indigent does not make you unable to make your court date. If you have a health reason, such as you were in the hospital, get some paperwork showing that, and bring it to court when it is in session and ask the judge to strike the warrant. Ask for a public defender, and if you already have...Read more »
I disclosed to a current employee at the high school I graduated from that a coach had sexual relations with me while I was black out drunk and was a 16 year old student at the school. I graduated in 2013 and was more so looking to have them be cautious/keep an eye out for behavior moving forward.... Read more »
Simply, yes, very possibly. You included very few details. Can you get "Charged with drugs"? It sounds to me like you expect to be, or have already been charged with some kind of drug charge. If so, then you have your answer as to "charged". However, it is one thing to...Read more »
Hello. I really need your help and advice. I hope you can help me, please. I’m charged with 6 Felony Larceny by Employee at Walmart on November 21, 2022. Yes, I’m guilty of stealing 6 jackets (total amount around $150). I have no criminal records. I made a terrible human mistakes. I’m... Read more »
Good that you see clearly your mistake. Good that you have no record and are not in jail. Since you are suddenly stealing I guess you are broke, so you need to ask that an attorney be appointed to represent you when you go to court -- an/or you might call a criminal defense attorney as soon as...Read more »
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