To obtain a transcript, contact the court reporter if the court in which the case was heard. That would be the starting point for the transcript. 31 years is a long time to retain a transcript, depending on the type of case & what happened in the case (appeals, etc.). A copy of the conviction,...Read more »
I didn't give my niece permission to live here and now I've got problems with her behavior parole board is coming to search premises because I've complained about her being here. I'm not equipped to care for financially or otherwise to have her here shes aggressive, difficult,... Read more »
Unfortunately, if she has been staying there for over 30 days, you will have to evict her or make a claim that she is violating her parole conditions. If you do the latter (Parole Vio.), she will go back to prison.
Maybe you should tell her she had better find a new place, or face a...Read more »
My boyfriend health issues are as follows. High Blood Pressure, COPD,Severe Back and knee problems, Arthritis, Sleep Apena and Congested Heart Failure. Is there any way he can get medically released because of his health
MRIS is a program in the texas department of Corrections that allows for screening and movement into a more medically intensive environment for a prisoner. There is a process to get evaluated and then the Doctors and /or administrators decide what measures of care and/or even release, would be best...Read more »
He would need to have the means to re-immigrate to the United States and apply for an immigrant visa to return. However, depending on what type of “trouble” he had, he might not be eligible for the visa. You should discuss his case with an immigration attorney to determine if he has a...Read more »
$34,000. The next morning he took it to his boss to get advise. His boss told him to just go home and then meet him at his house at 2pm and he (the boss) would take him to cash it. At some point the boss told my roommate that he would give him $1000. So he then comes home and tells me everything... Read more »
I have had a motion to quash submitted for over a year now. I am in pre-trial settings and the judge is refusing to hear my motion until the day of trial. Because of this, the DA is not going to offer their current plea if i wait until trial date to have my motions heard. I only want to plea if the... Read more »
It is allowable to have a Motion witdrawn as part of a plea negotiation and deal. In otger words, you can withdraw your motion to get an acceptable deal. The DA can also withdraw a deal if you decide to go forward with a Motion. The idea is that a Motion takes time and effort and other work....Read more »
Not sure what your question is. If you can ask exactly what your issue or question is I will be glad to answer for you. Otherwise please call my law office or another experienced criminal attorney for an appointment. Please have the appeal decision ready for any questions.
Its for a communnity supervision deferred adjudication misdameanor probation, it was originally a felony - The probation officer said I violated my probation but I can prove I havent, they already filed a motion to adjudicate guilt. Can I file a motion to quash the motion to adjudicate? Or maybe a... Read more »
If a plea deal from a criminal assault case was accepted and done, can the Plaintiff sue in civil district court for exemplary damages or this double jeopardy? Count one is assault (family violence) count two is intentional infliction of emotional distress. This case was filed before the plea deal... Read more »
No. The disposition of a criminal case does not affect the right of the victim to sue for civil damages in a separate civil lawsuit. Double jeopardy only prevents a person from being prosecuted twice for the same crime.
Exemplary damages can be recovered for a tort like assault if the...Read more »
In a regular traffic stop, an officer may ask you to exit your car for officer safety. The dog may not enter your car at first. The dog may sniff the outside of your car, if it shows a HIT, then the officer has probable cause to search your car.
The officer may not, in usual circumstances,...Read more »
My friends and I were walking through a parking lot and came across a guy that I have previous beef with. My friend asked him for a lighter because he didn’t know who he was and when the guy recognized me he started talking trash. My friends and I trash talked him back but never stopped walking.... Read more »
Probably not. Not completing the performance of a construction job is not a crime.
The retainage (that last 10%) is your protection from a contractor who does not finish its work. After giving the appropriate notices and opportunity to complete the job under your agreement, you can use...Read more »
No, you are not likely guilty of fraud based on the facts as stated.
This is more of a civil law question than a criminal law question. While there are many nuances to fraud, it usually requires a false representation of material fact which you knew was false or which you made recklessly...Read more »
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