I have had one shopplifting expunged off my record nearly 4 years ago. I was stupud and did it again and was caught again. When i go to my first court date what should I plea. Also I think I make to much to get a pointted an atterny but i still cant afford it what can I do
If it was truly expunged then the first charge will not show up on your record . Whether you will get jail time depends on a lot of things like the amount stolen and facts of the case If the charge was in Williamson county then you need to know the DAs will try to prosecute to the fullest. You...Read more »
And they want to put me in jail if I go back on that paper that I didn't know that I signed anyway I didn't know what to say what I signed and they didn't tell me anything about my Chargers and my lawyer said that that the judge could put me in jail until trial
I'm not sure that I understand your question. There would be a reason that you would be guilty of trespass at Walmart, like a prior theft. If there is a warrant out for you, you will need to consult with an attorney to help you with it, because it will not just go away.
A Judicial Subpoena for Documents, an Application for Judicial Subpoena, & general cover letter were faxed by a police detective to a major phone/internet company in FL requesting a user's records. This company responded by faxing the user's records to the police detective. Both subpoenas faxed... Read more »
If there is a Case ongoing, criminal or civil, then if you are an interested party, you can file a Motion To Quash with the Court. But if this is only an investigation, then there is nothing you can do but complain to the Florida Company that received the Subpoena Duces Tecum. Later on, if...Read more »
On the court website the charge shows as violation of a protection order, but it should have been criminal contempt. I know violating a order of protection is not expungeable, but I don’t know if criminal contempt is expungeable. I’m not sure if I should be worried that the charge may have been... Read more »
Generally speaking, in the State of Tennessee, anything that shows you are guilty will stay on your record forever. A plea bargain is an admission of guilt. If it was a first time offence, then you may be eligible for diversion. If you get that, then you will have a suspended sentence for one...Read more »
I was incarcerated in 2016. I was released on October 19, 2020. When I was released I was under the impression that I had flattened my time. February 5, 2020, a parole officer came to my house to inform me that I was apparently on probation. I was unaware and so was she. My sentence was flatted. I... Read more »
You should go to clerk's office and look at your file and find out what plea agreement you signed . The details of your plea will be in your file. You should hire an attorney to talk to the District Attorney or set a hearing in front of the judge to address parole issue and determine if you did in...Read more »
Well if the attorney is unpaid, he is not going to help with the probation violation. Very often, a competent attorney can mitigate the damage from violating a probation order. The amount of jail time that is saved could be substantial.
Yes, you should hire an attorney . A lot of times probation violations result in jail time. How much jail time can depend on the number of probation violations you've had and why you violated your probation. An attorney can help navigate through details of your probation violation, negotiate...Read more »
It sounds like the Cops gave him a break. But Citations are just as much charges as Arrest Warrants. He needs a decent lawyer and needs to start a drug program today. Then go to Court and start working towards either Dismissals and Diversion, or at least no jail Misdemeanors.
Nope. Grand juries are one-sided where the prosecution presents evidence/witnesses and then the grand jury decides whether to indict the defendant. Subject to very limited and rare exceptions, a defendant cannot even compel the prosecution to produce a grand jury transcript.
Harassment accusation along with order of protection in January, 2019. Order of protection dismissed twice (won initial hearing and appeal hearing). Harassment was bound over to grand jury in March, 2019 and it’s now February, 2020 and it is still showing as bound over. Is there a time limit for... Read more »
When a case is bound over it sometimes gets pushed a few months but a year is a little long. I would first contact the clerks office and see if they have any information about when your case is scheduled to go to the grand jury? The clerk's office usually has updates and sends out letters of grand...Read more »
Is it legal for the state of tennessee not to give me every piece of evidence they have against me after i have requested it? I have asked for the evidence they say they have against me 3 times now because i keep finding out that they have more than they was giving me in the original discovery... Read more »
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