When questioned regarding what the agents were looking for, all I was told is "evidence of crimes" and "we can take anything relating to our investigation--papers, computers, phones, even the house, your passports, and bank accounts if we want."
You need to hire a competent attorney today. Although it appears no Indictment has occurred yet, you need to be ready to attack the SW and attempt to suppress any evidence it generated. Also do not communicate with anyone that might have something to do with this such as friends, associates,...Read more »
What is your question? You do not have a "title 40". That comprises hundreds of Statutes. Hopefully your charge was actually dismissed, which allowed you to expunge the records. It is not automatic, and it can be extremely difficult with lesser included offenses, etc. Hire a competent TN...Read more »
Or stole a truck when he came from a different county and picked me up he told me the vehicle was loaned to him and that he came to check on me bc I had no contact with him for two weeks prior to him showing up
I was in someone elses car and they pulled us over for having cross tags and then he gets arrested for driving on suspended and they decided to search the vehicle. Nothing was found on me or in my things but i got charged with the drugs and parafanelia and he didnt.
Those type of drug charges happen alot. Hopefully you can subpoena the driver to the Preliminary Hearing and have him admit to crime or not talk. Hire a competent attorney now, and do not talk to driver.
It varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. First, I would read your probation agreement, and see what it says. Ultimately it is up to the judge. Courts treat Violation of Probation seriously, so I would definitely retain a local criminal defense attorney.
In Tennessee we have "Handgun Carry Permits", not concealed carry permits. But yes, you can carry your weapon loaded with ammunition, including in the chamber, as long as you have a Handgun Carry Permit. Possession of the weapon can be open or concealed. The possible issue has to do with...Read more »
TBI has told me it is a domestic violence charge. And that I cannot have it expunged even though I have an up to date list of excluded charges for expungement. It is nowhere on there. Hawkins county DA gave me the run around, and the US DA asked why I came to them it is a claim towards my county... Read more »
I do not know your exact situation, but I have some advice. Hire a competent attorney to first get certified copies of any and all criminal convictions that you have. Also any charges which were brought but did not become convictions need to be examined, as they are just as bad for background...Read more »
First of all, the Tennessee District Attorneys are very against marijuana usage, because it is a crime. If you are young, and it is your first time offence, then there may be the possibility that a good attorney could get you off of pre-trial diversion. If you could do that, then you would have a...Read more »
I called around and no clear answers. I am in Florida and don’t know what to do.the information online is wrong and I am starting to think he is lost in the system. Is there any number or person I can call to help. Tried Williamson jail where he is they said he is state property looked online and... Read more »
I suggest you contact the court clerk - if he is serving a sentence for a criminal offense, there is paperwork at the courthouse that says what he was convicted of, and what his sentence is, and whether it is to be served in the local jail or the Tennessee Department of Corrections. If he have...Read more »
mr. kent thomas jones ; nothing happened. she hangs out with them sometimes, one of the girls mothers are saying she's a pedo and that she's going to call the cops. nothing sexual, nothing in that nature, cause she knows she can and will be charged.
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