My friend has been arrested and charged with three counts of m1 child endangerment, f3 child endangerment and f1 involuntary manslaughter. Like every other day she had to go to work and her fiancé was getting off work in a few hours so she had her 17 year old brother watch her twin 2 year old boys... Read more »
IT IS HARD FOR ME TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION. I WOULD NEED MORE FACTS. HOWEVER, YOUR FRIEND, THE MOTHER OF THE CHILDREN, IS THE CUSTODIAN AND GUARDIAN OF THE MINOR CHILDREN. SHE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WELL BEING OF THOSE CHILDREN. SHOULD SHE PUT THOSE CHILDREN IN HARM'S WAY, SHE IS CRIMINALLY...Read more »
A void judgment is void automatically and is deemed to have no legal effect now or before. A voidable judgment has legal effect until it is successfully challenged, but because it’s voidable, it’s going to be dead as soon as it’s properly challenged.
Your location is listed as Tampa, FL but the questions in the Ohio forum. If the problem is in Ohio, the most likely charge is Falsification under ORC 2921.13(A)(8) which basically says you can’t lie to help someone get credit. At 30k it’s a fourth degree felony carrying 6-18 months in prison....Read more »
About 2 years ago during my divorce my ex wife filed a protection order on me and a bs criminal case. I was told in court by the judge during the criminal case to turn in my guns to the police department by end of the day. I did as I was told and turned them in to the police. The charges were a... Read more »
Almost a year has passed and we were just contacted by the detective again. He referred the case to the juvenile prosecutor and we were just contacted by a court appointed youth counseling service. We have yet to be contacted by the prosecutor but were basically warned that if he did not completed... Read more »
You really ought to have a lawyer discuss this with the prosecutor. It sounds like the prosecutor has decided not to charge him if he does the counseling, but then there would be no record to expunge later so you need to find out if he has been charged.
He was found not guilty because he used her for a character witness. This was back in December. He is having her ruled incompetent starting November because she changed her will. He is challenging the will. Can this get his found not guilty thrown out since she was his only witness.
my father passed away in August 2018, owning a home. My brother lives there currently, and I lived there 4/2018- 6/201, and in January my brother asked that i move in. He is more than likely going to be incarcerated for a year, and that is one reason he asked me to move in. Ive already started... Read more »
If the estate has not been filed with the probate court, then that is what has to happen now, so an executor or administrator can be appointed by the court to resolve these issues, including ownership of the house if the deed did not have a survivorship provision or transfer on death designation or...Read more »
me and my girlfriend visited a campsite to see if we wanted to camp there. there was a stray running loose around the lake and the owners stopped us and said we were the ones to abandoned the dog and gave our plate # to the dog warden and the dog warden is trying to charge us. would that hold up in... Read more »
My son is being held in jail since March 21. Charged with 2counts of possession, his bond was set for $10000. They have teased him about getting out on. OR. but it hasn't happened yet. I don't have the money to pay his bond, a friend of mine suggests the bond reduction an I don't know how to go... Read more »
Yes. Your contract with the bondsman is you pay them and they get him out. They did that. It’s not their fault he went right back in. Folks are often in hurry to get out, but you’re money is better spent on a lawyer than a bondsman.
That attorney could file a motion to lift the warrant. These are frequently granted when a court sees an effort to resolve the ticket. A court may then schedule a pretrial where that attorney can work to resolve the ticket too. If the court will not withdraw the warrant, an attorney could help...Read more »
If the charge itself is a minor misdemeanor, you can be arrested on it. But many offense become a higher level that would permit arrest after multiple offense. Also, you could be arrested for contempt of court if a judge ordered the tint removed.
I live in Ohio a crime i apparently commited was in West Virigina. I live right across the river from the county the crime was commited can wv police or judge do anything? Other than issue an warrant for my arrest. The crime was a felony and i did not sign any extradition papers. I also plead no... Read more »
That sounds like a terribly difficult ethics question. You can check with Board of Professional Conduct in Columbus to see if there is an opinion on the matter. Their number is 614- 387-9370. It’s not a question for a short Internet forum.
Illegal conveyance is a serious crime. Her bond could be lowered. Anything’s possible. But I wouldn’t count on it. You need to speak privately with some attorneys regarding fees since they vary considerably from lawyer to lawyer and market to market. But it will be several thousand dollars at a...Read more »
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