The cops confirmed with him that he would take her until I got out. Now I'm out and xant find her . He said he dropped her off at barc but I've looked at all shelters and she isn't there. Now he says my dog is gone but wont clarify. She was 7 and half week old puppy . I have the vet bill for.her... Read more »
Thanks for your question. Unfortunately the State Var has sided with the prosecution when it comes to providing statements to defendants. Under the Texas Ethical Rules of Conduct for lawyers the prosecution is allowed to demand that defense lawyers NOT give copies of statements the state provides....Read more »
You should seek advise from an attorney familiar with reentry cases in federal court and immigration law. A reentry case in federal court depends on many factors to resolve, and to adequately advise you on whether anything that anybody can do to help your father. However, it is important to...Read more »
My friend's PayPal debit card was stolen and her account hacked. She's is being blamed for charging this lady's card by social security. The lady that has her card used gets disability. My friend didn't do it but has no way to prove she didn't do it. They said they are putting a warrant out for... Read more »
Fortunately, she doesn't have to PROVE it wasn't her. The prosecutor has the burden to prove it WAS her. Your friend needs reasonable doubt that it could have been someone else... that she too was a victim of identity theft. Unfortunately, she is starting from a difficult position if she didn't...Read more »
I was arrested at the department of Health and Human services in the parking lot, for an warrant that was issued the same day for an assault charge. I locked the doors of my friends car and I never had the keys. I was arrested and taken to jail in like 3 minutes. They searched the car with out my... Read more »
CPS plays by different rules than the criminal courts. There is an entire sub-specialty of attorneys that focus on CPS cases. Many of those are Family Law attorneys that gravitated to CPS cases via divorce and SAPCR (child custody) cases.
The practice areas are so different that you are...Read more »
I was surounded at my CPS office for an assult warrant that I defended myself on and a male officer searched me and took me to jail in under 5 minutes. I locked the car and never had the keys. A few hrs later the cops told me that they found drugs and I was being charged with it. They said that the... Read more »
The police should conduct an inventory search before the impound lot takes possession of it. If the stolen items were inventoried then they were taken while the car was on the lot. Investigating who had access to the car (and when) might reveal a chain of custody problem or it might be a wild...Read more »
When you are the victim of an unlawful use of force, you may (or may not) have a right to use force in self defense, depending on the circumstances. (Penal Code 9.31) In some situations, your niece's use of force against you in her home may have been lawful. For example, if you entered or...Read more »
Thanks for your question. I have had clients faced with a similar problem. Some parole officers may not know the law on what you are required to do. Look to your release documents to determine whether it was part of your release. If it was not ask RESPECTFULLY your PO where it is documented that...Read more »
THANKS FOR YOUR QUESTION. Please do not otherwise meet with her. It would be a violation of the TRO or you could be prosecuted for tampering with a witness. She must go to the DA's office in the county where the case was filed to file an affidavit of non-prosecution. It is up to the DA whether the...Read more »
That is more than enough to kill an adult, especially an adult with no tolerance.
A blood concentration of between 1 and 4 milligrams of methamphetamine per deciliter of blood is considered lethal. A child over age 5 has about 4.5 liters of blood, which converts to 45 deciliters. So the...Read more »
He has a good job waiting he got a letter while in jail at the moment from district clerk saying upon his release he must pay the full amount or go to office and set up payment plan could this mean something good.
I would not read too much into the letter from the clerk's office. It has been my experience those are routinely sent out. Also be aware that the clerk's office has been known to threaten revocation of the Defendant's driver's license if the payments are not made....Read more »
The prosecutor's offer is valid until the prosecutor decides it isn't.
Talk to your criminal defense attorney about requesting a continuance so you can get the money. Chances are decent that the judge is not interesting in bringing in a bunch of potential jurors only to tell them,...Read more »
She is currently 32. This occurred in Texas around 98-99 and she wound up pregnant and gave birth to a son. She is wondering if there is any way after all these years she could have charges filed to try to get some justice. Years of therapy has now suggested that she try to pursue this avenue to... Read more »
I want them to plea bargain down to misdeamenor. It was enhanced due to prior Theft by check charges from about 15 years ago. I was at Walmart and did the self check out and forgot to ring up $103 worth of merchandise which it was a total accident. I paid over $200 and thought I had rang up... Read more »
I hit him in the arm and he called the police. He took off and left me there with the police. He didn't press charges and said he doesn't know why he did that but to scare me. Now I received notice for a court date for an assault charge. What happens now?
You are accused of committing a violent crime involving family or domestic violence. Your first step is to hire a criminal defense attorney that has an office in the county where you are facing charges.
The use of force against another person can be justified by self defense, defense of...Read more »
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