I was sentenced to 10 years probation back in 2016. I was ordered to do 1 weekend in jail a year until I complete 100 hours to honor the victim and have never done a weekend yet. I got a violation in 2018 and completed the conditions for that revocation. I got another violation in 2020. I was... Read more »
It is YOUR responsibility to comply with the terms and conditions of probation. The court put you on probation and only the court can modify or revoke your probation. Your probation supervision officer's role is to monitor your progress and report to the court regarding your compliance (or...Read more »
civil service employee charged with dwi off duty. is being told she is to be terminated as per collective bargaining agreement. per CBA they are subject to termination. however, previous dwi accounts concerning other employees over the last year did not result in termination
He was arrested for dwi in 2018. He is diabetic and police wanted to take blood to get his BAC. The cop tried to draw his blood himself in the police station himself and kept missing his vein. He has been waiting since 2018 to get a court date and it kept getting pushed out. We finally found out... Read more »
What should you do now that your boyfriend's case has been "dropped"? You both should thank your lucky stars that the nightmare is over. If you think about suing the police, go talk to a civil rights attorney. I doubt you'd be able to get a good lawyer to take the case without...Read more »
My case is currently being pleaded down to DWAI, in New York, that is a traffic violation w/a BAC of .07. Texas does not have an equivalent. My New York attorney is unable to council me on how it will affect the Texas driving privileges.
In both New York and Texas, a DWI can mean that the driver is legally intoxicated, with a blood alcohol content of at least 0.08 percent. Under NY law, DWAI means "driving while ability impaired, either by drugs or, in your case, by ingestion of alcohol which results in a BAC (blood alcohol...Read more »
This is very simple. Hire a lawyer immediately and have him or her take you to court to arrange the new bond. The actual amount of your new bond depends on many things that only a good local criminal lawyer can successfully communicate to your prosecutor and your judge. Don't try to do this...Read more »
I don't know the specifics of the cases what I do know is that IN 2019 my boyfriend was charged with a thc vs in Freestone County He was given the option 8 years probation or 10 years, He failed a UA in 2020 for weed and was arrested for a revocation, HIs lawyer bonded him out and came back... Read more »
Criminal defense attorneys are not technically required to talk to anyone but the defendant. Cheap or court-appointed attorneys are often too busy to talk to the defendant's loved ones. You could hire a better attorney to replace the existing attorney and perhaps get better customer service...Read more »
If you believe this person is a danger to himself/herself or others, you can request an involuntary mental health commitment. This process cannot adequately explained in this forum. Call an attorney in your area. Good luck.
When the child is born you can file a suit affecting the parent-child relationship. That will allow you to get an order from the court regarding where the child will live, who the child will live with, visitation, child support, health insurance, and medical expenses not covered by insurance....Read more »
Drug problem but says that he is a drunk. If he loses to much more weight he might die. He is killing himself with the keystone beer and from my understanding he uses a needle for meth and I have pictures of him smoking it. He was drunk one night and wouldn't let me drive and almost killed... Read more »
You can file an affidavit with the court stating that you do not drive a vehicle and will not drive any vehicle unless and until that vehicle is equipped with with a court-approved ignition interlock device. Make sure you prepare and file the affidavit with the court within the time allowed for you...Read more »
Got DWI 3wks after turning 21. I am now 36, and dont even drink anymore. If I establish residence out of TX can I get it expunged from my record? It is -killing- my insurance rates even all these years later?
It is the final disposition of a case, not the passage of time, that determines eligibility for expunction. Moving out of the State will have no affect on this issue. What was the disposition of the case?
If so my ? Id .Does the defendant having pending charges have any responsibility. Duty to initiate the extradition process other that he /het wanting to clear his / her name. Article 4 of the same agreement states .if the prosecution initiates extradition they place a 120 day statute of... Read more »
This website shows the questions to attorneys by state, so this question is being shown to attorneys in Texas. If you want an answer from an attorney in New Mexico then you should re-submit your question with the "location" field set to somewhere in New Mexico, even if YOU are currently...Read more »
Her lawyer advised it would be better to plea to Agg Assault w/ Deadly Weapon (a 2nd degree felony). Is there any sense to pleading to a higher degree felony? Probation is offered in both cases by the prosecutor.
As a general rule, a second-degree felony is more serious than a third degree. However, nobody on this forum is in any position to second guess your wife's attorney. There are reasons why this could make sense, so your wife should simply ask her attorney for an explanation.
It depends on the totality of the circumstances and the person's current situation. The person seeking guardianship can file with the court under certain circumstances in order to show that they are a good candidate for guardianship.
Whose file are you talking about? The prosecutor's file, your lawyer's file or a file you were able to access on the internet (one which you found in, for example, the county's website)? I am going to assume you went to the website of the county where your case was prosecuted, i.e....Read more »
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