A person can’t charge you with first degree robbery, it would be the state or federal government to pursue these criminal charges. Therefore, the actual person who alleged the theft occurred is likely not required to go to court unless the case is scheduled for trial and they need to testify.
I was pulled over in East Providence because apparently I had one head light out but I had both of my dog lights on so I had three working lights was that a reason to pull me over and give me a ticket or can I legally ride around like that?
§ 31-24-4 Head lamps on vehicles other than cycles. – Every motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle shall be equipped with at least two (2) head lamps with at least one on each side of the front of the motor vehicle, and the head lamps shall...Read more »
I was ordered to 40 hours of community service and take a driver retraining class and probation till 19 and ordered not to get my license till 19 and I have fulfilled all of the orders and im still on probation and i turn 18 next month
1 felony conviction and 1 misdemeanor conviction. the judge already denied my 2006 misdemeanor expungement under not eligible. my felony from 2003 isnt expungement ready until 2023. will i ever be able to clean my record for employment and housing reasons? I know i am a good person and I have been... Read more »
Under the current Rhode Island expungement laws, no, you cannot expunge either of the cases. In order to expunge a felony, you must be a "first time offender" which means that you can not have another other cases that resulted in probation, a suspended sentence, etc. You must also wait...Read more »
i do not know if i want to persue a case yet but i want to know if i can do it when im 18 so my parents will not get involved i do have text message evidence that i did say no and i live in rhode island
repeatedly sabotaged my recovery from a traumatic brain injury that he indirectly caused? A week after the injury, he threw me on the bed and screamed in my ear twice. He fought with me the day of the injury and locked me in a car for 4 hours the following day. This type of thing happened over... Read more »
Talk to the attorney you retained to assist you with your divorce. If you did not engage an attorney to assist you, you may encounter some challenges navigating the process. The possible criminal case will require a careful investigation to evaluate your evidence and testimony and any possible...Read more »
Every person who shall revel, commit any nuisance or mischief, quarrel or otherwise behave in an indecent or disorderly manner in any of the public buildings or places to which the public is admitted, halls, railroad stations, places of amusement, churches,...Read more »
Your boyfriend should meet with, consult, and retain, an attorney. You should have minimum involvement, despite your wishes to assist him in his divorce, parenting time, and other issues that shall likely have to be resolved.
I was told by a police officer yesterday to not speak with my roommate/co-worker and to get a restraining order on her because I had to write two police reports on her yesterday. Word got around work that I was going to get one and now she is having my other co-workers come to my desk and taunt me,... Read more »
For your own peace of mind, you might be looking for a new live/work situation. A restraining order will likely necessitate exceptions to allow for incidental contact at work/home and may be of little help to you.
A stupid act in 2011 led to an overnight in the ACI prior to court. As part of their committing procedure, all my jewelry ( retail value at the time approx. 30k) & belongings were put into an 8 x 11 mailer to which I affixed my name an address. This was put into a box to be picked up by a mail... Read more »
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