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1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: For a Federal White Collar crime, how soon before your surrender date do you need to file for an appellate bond?

We think we have a great case for an appeal (the judge himself said to appeal his own sentence at least 5 times during sentencing) so we really want him to stay out while appealing. My husband was sentenced to 2 years in Federal Camp (all he was convicted of was illegal remuneration and was... Read more »

Charles William Michaels
Charles William Michaels answered on Aug 21, 2020

First I am not a Tennessee lawyer. That being said, generally a party (civil or criminal) has 30 days to note an appeal, with the bond accompanying that. That's 30 days after sentencing date, whether your lawyer notes the appeal or you do. But I think that an appeal in a criminal case does not... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: How can I obtain him a pro bono lawyer

He didnt plea guilty he got put in jail from court and the case was reset to july 13th

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jun 22, 2020

Without knowing anything about the Case, I recommend hiring a competent attorney now. Obviously he needs a Bond Set, and probably needs to prepare for a Preliminary Hearing or Pre-Trial Motions. You should be able get representation with payments or asset transfer. It does not have to be a local... Read more »

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Q: Are there any jurisdiction laws in cocke co TN. If so what?
Bennett James Wills
Bennett James Wills answered on Mar 5, 2020

Need more info to answer the question. What kind of case? There are jurisdiction laws in every county. Depending on the type of case, there's subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, and venue. Facts are important.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: How can I prove no intent on a forgery case ,Rhea county TN. In up coming case I'm preparing for trail!

I also need to know about the true time line do they have to have my case in front of a jury

Bennett James Wills
Bennett James Wills answered on Dec 4, 2019

You need an attorney. But the case will likely be tried before a jury as is the defendant's right unless waived. Without knowing the actual charge, the facts of the case, and all other factors that go into a defense, no one on a forum will be able to provide you with an answer as to how you... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: I am needing help with my boyfriends criminal drug case! The case is out of Marshall Co Tn. He was arrested Nov 6 forfta

Fta for circuit court apparently. This happened prior to us getting together. The charges are possession of sch II, intent to resale,driving with no license

Cayley Turrin
Cayley Turrin answered on Nov 11, 2019

I would suggest that you consult and hire an attorney for his case as soon as possible.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: In Criminal Case is there just one discovery or is there multiple for defendant to recieve before trial or indicted
Cayley Turrin
Cayley Turrin answered on Oct 6, 2019

There may be more once the DA discovers more evidence or receives it.

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1 Answer | Asked in White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: What are the guidelines for the amount on a bond for criminal trespassing?

Someone was arrested for criminal trespassing in two different counties, one bond was $2500 in one county & the other bond was $5000 in the other county, I'm trying to find out the price range for this charge

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jun 20, 2019

Maybe General Sessions Judges and Magistrates talk among themselves, but you are not going to find an official guideline to Bond amounts. Both of those are higher bonds than most, so apparently the Defendant is viewed as a major burglar. His lawyer might move to lower the amounts in each County,... Read more »

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Q: If you get a 1099 can the company still charge you with fraud even if they knew about the money on the 1099
Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Feb 12, 2019

Not exactly sure what your question is about, but a Civil Fraud case can certainly be made, and most likely also a Criminal Theft charge also. Illegal Income is still income that must be reported by the Recipient, and can be a legitimate business expense for the Defrauded Party. The 1099 could... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law, Insurance Bad Faith and White Collar Crime for Tennessee on
Q: My late mother paid a mortgage co for title insurance but they never done one, is that illegal?

My mother paid a mortgage co for title insurance in 2007. The mortgage company did not do the title search until after my mother's death 8 years later, thus finding out the land wasn't signed off by my uncle back in 5/02, leaving him owning a security interest in the land. The title... Read more »

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on May 17, 2017

You have not provided all of the necessary data, but I can tell you this much. It appears that your uncle has a superior or first deed of trust on the property.. It may include fixtures also, and if the mobile home does not have wheels, it might be arguably affixed to the land and part of the... Read more »

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