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 »
As I stated i'm 18 and he claimed me as a dependent, if I would dropout of high school can that land him in jail? I just want to make sure he isn't doing anything wrong if I would choose to drop out. He said he can be charged with a federal crime for Tax Fraud and I want to make sure that... Read more »
The officer said because I cooperated that the judge would keep me out of jail because of that. But I accidently missed my court date and I had to recite myself. So does this mean that I will be taken to jail now?
That you missed one time and had to reschedule is not going to have a major impact on the outcome. You really ought to have an attorney for this. Police officers are not very reliable sources of legal advice and often minimize to keep people calm. You need a lawyer familiar with the judge...Read more »
A group called me saying they have a wage garnishment and that the district attorney is going to pursue check fraud charges against me I haven't had this account in like 8 years I asked for proof that I owe something like copies of the checks the lady just says well that will be in discovery... Read more »
I suspect you are dealing with a debt collector. They probably have missed the statute of limitations, though they may have obtained a judgment against you at some point in the past and are just now catching up to you. The prosecutor's office doesn't call people up and say they will...Read more »
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