Defendant pleaded not guilty after being arrested for drunk in public and open container, also trespassed and vandalized my wifes license plate but I did not see him do it, my neighbor did and i dont want to have to drag my neighbor to court
Very few misdemeanor cases result in the witness having to come in to meet with the prosecutor or testify in a court proceeding. I would say less than 2% of misdemeanor cases in New York State result in the witness having to appear in person. Usually, the prosecutor is able to interview witnesses...Read more »
One section you quote is a definition and the other is an offense. A definition cannot really fall under an offense. 2323.51 defines "imitation firearms." It basically says that fake guns or bb guns are imitation firearms. 2323.13 is an offense that says people convicted of or charged...Read more »
Whether a domestic violence charge is a misdemeanor or a felony depends on a few things not included in your inquiry. If the victim was pregnant, it is a felony. If the offender has previous conviction(s) for domestic violence or assault against a family or household member, it is a felony. If...Read more »
To be convicted of passing a bad check you must have intent. Under the Ohio Revised Code Section 2913.11, it states a person must have a “purpose to defraud” and must “know that it [the check] will be dishonored or knowing that a person has ordered or will stop order payment on the check.”...Read more »
In the state of Ohio, your license is automatically suspended if you refused OVI testing or had a BAC reading of .08 or above. So, if you were arrested for OVI you should expect to receive notification relatively soon of your upcoming suspension. You do have 30 days after the initial appearance for...Read more »
When viewing the charge I see two different degrees of felony listed. 1. CRIME CLASSIFICATION: Felony of the 4th degree. 2. DEGREE OF OFFENSE: Felony 3. I am a little confused on the level of felony that I was charged with.
It is exceedingly likely, though not possible to be sure without looking at the docket, that you were charged with an F3 and plead to a reduction to an F4 either attempted burglary or trespass in a habitation. If that's what happened, which one you plead to is going to matter because burglary...Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. If they have a policy along the lines of of "reserving the right to obtain any and all information in furtherance of maintaining the integrity of accounts... ," or something to that effect, it could be...Read more »
It depends upon what the record was for. If you were convicted of an offense which makes it unlawful for you to possess a firearm, sealing the record in Ohio does not restore that right. There is a separate process to go through for that. You are not legally permitted to possess a firearm if you...Read more »
It really depends on the quantity of mushrooms because the level of drug offenses is determined by quantity. The situation is potentially quite serious as the amount of such drugs needed to get to mid to high level felonies isn’t that high, add to that the gun, and you could easily be facing prison.
My close friend is currently in jail and would like to give me power of attorney. Currently, his family has his money, bank account information, social security card, as well as other important legal documents. He does not trust his family to have his best interest due to them being the ones that... Read more »
The plaintiffs documents are false and I do not really want to use them but I don’t want add those to my answer. I haven’t referred to them at all in my answer but I want to add an original will, do I add it to my own as exhibit a or do I add it onto the plaintiffs as exhibit E?
I had sentencing on april 21st of 2020 in fulton county ohio common pleas court however I missed it but turned myself in as soon as the order was lifted and was sentenced may 8th but then was indicted on may 22nd for failure to appear
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