Tickets are class c misdemeanors, and an officer has the right to arrest an individual charged with a class c misdemeanor (except for speeding), take them to jail, make them appear in front of a judge, have a bond amount set, then post bond. Local jails, however aren't big enough to have everyone...Read more »
By the judge at arraignment. She said there were to many indescripences in my case. Then 3 weeks later the bondsman called the judges office and they issued me a bond. I did a walk thru at the jai. That was in january this year. But i havent hear from any court appointed attorney or anything.l... Read more »
Two years on most misdemeanors and three years on most felonies... however there are some exceptions. The only way to be 100% sure is to check the statute of limitations in chapter 12 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.12.htm...Read more »
First, what evidence do you have showing it didn't happen the way they claim? Witnesses? Video? As you see online all the time, there are video's showing law enforcement using deadly force when not necessary, or using excessive force against citizens. But, before an attorney is willing to spend...Read more »
It may depend on whose bag it is but generally, no, they must have probably cause to open the bag. Once the bag has been opened the MJ would give them probable cause. But the US Supreme Court is currently to rule on whether the police have the right to search cell phones. That may change things.
Told nothe officer told me to step outside so he could make a report. We get to
His car and he puts me in back seat. I was arrested on a warrant fot a seat belt ticket. My husband had been hold my bag then he sat it down on side walk where it was left for like 15 mins. People were coming... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about your experience. I would suggest you contact a Board-Certified Criminal lawyer as soon as you can. We are Board Certified lawyers, however, we handle personal injury matters. If we can ever help you, please feel free to give us a call. 512-888-9999. Good luck.
When there are "two child advocacy video statements" made within three weeks apart of each other, with two different interviewers and by the same allege victim, which "video statement" holds the weight of credibility for the jury to determine guilt or innocence?
Assuming both videos are shown to the jury, they will decide how to weigh the credibility of each recording. Expect each side to argue for the relative importance of their preferred video... or sometimes you'll see one side focus on the similarities between the two recordings and the other side...Read more »
I was pulled over and given a warning for not having a front license plate. The officer gave me a warning but said he had to contact the state I am wanted in to see if they wanted to extradite. They said yes and I spent 4 days in jail but they never came to get me
tiny hamburger served at each meal. and its warmed in another room after being taken out of package. wrapped in brown paper towel and set on the bars or food service slot. I was there for 3 days and not one time was it cleaned so no doubt the bars are unsanitary. And I was so hungry. upon release I... Read more »
Well three days will probably not get you there as for damages. Section 1984 of the Civil Rights Act prohibits deprivation of rights under color of law but yo must prove damages. Sorry but I doubt you would have sufficient damages.
The current fence between my neighbor and I is 6-8ft tall and has a rod iron opening in the middle of it. Sense acquiring the property instantly I noticed the neighbors windows see directly into my entire back yard and I have absolutely no privacy. On several occasions the neighbor's let me know... Read more »
Then there is a hallway with what considered my back door that leads to the hallway with a restroom and then another door that leads to another bedroom and in his hallway is another door that leads to outside the only thing shared that me and the other unit B share is the restroom in the hallway... Read more »
If they have a warrant for your arrest and you answered the door or they saw you inside, they can come in for the limited purpose of arresting you. That does not entitle them to search, seize or investigate any further than taking you into custody, though.
You have 2 separate issues. 1) Are the allegations contained in the motion to revoke true, and, 2) before a hearing on the motion is held, can you be granted bond during pendency of the matter. I would have to review the motion to revoke on the first issue, and would have to know the history of...Read more »
I called FBI, state police , Texas rangers, governors, no one interviewed me, except the mental health services, now they have been using synthetic telepathy to integrate , harassing, threats against me and telling me to drop the lawsuit,and I'm not sure if I have one. I am being discriminated... Read more »
There is a myth about law enforcement not being able to cross State or County lines. If what this Deputy did was legal in New Mexico, then it is legal in Texas. You may contact a personal injury/civil rights attorney in your area and discuss the specific facts regarding any potential civil...Read more »
This is a fairly vague question; however, the phrase means that a person cannot be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process. "Due process" means a variety of things depending on the situation.
Mortgages and probate can get quite complicated. You will need to consult with a probate attorney that also understands about property division in divorce. You also need to obtain a copy of the divorce decree in order for the attorney to review facts...Read more »
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