Kiele Linroth Pace's answer It is unlikely that anything will happen automatically without you hiring a local Family Law attorney to explore possibilities to further restrict or eliminate this person's access to his children.
Grant St Julian III's answer You may want to contact the District Attorney's office in your county and see if the State can obtain some type of protective order (which would be at no cost to you). If you desire you retain a private attorney, you will have to call around. There is no fee structure set by the State Bar, and an individual attorney has discretion on setting her/his fees. Good luck, and thank you for your service.
Grant St Julian III's answer Stop admitting to felonies on social media. Your situation is a total mess. Should you report a felony before someone reports a different felony on you? Consider the two actions totally independent of one another. Your acquaintance will or will not report the robbery to the police, and reporting him as a drug dealer will have no affect on whether you are prosecuted for another charge.
Grant St Julian III's answer I am not sure of the question. If you are driving, the police stop you, your car is searched and contraband is discovered, you will be arrested. If no contraband is not found you will not. Claiming "Somebody else must have put it there!" is not a defense.
Grant St Julian III's answer Effectively, there is no bond permissible for a warrant on a parole violation. Your son will remain in custody until a parole revocation hearing is held. He should have been given a copy of the motion to revoke that alleges the violations he committed. Once the revocation hearing is held, a determination will be made as to whether to return him to prison or not. Good luck.
Matthew Valley's answer While the age of consent is 17 for purposes of crimes of Sexual Assault and Indecency with a Child, individuals can and have been convicted for Sexual Performance by a Child, which has an age of consent of 18 years old.
Grant St Julian III's answer Yes, you can be given a citation even if the officer does not show you the contraband. You may enter a plea of not guilty to the charges and force the State to prove any allegations beyond a reasonable doubt.
Grant St Julian III's answer Aggravated Assault is a 2nd degree felony, punishable by confinement in prison from 2 to 20 years and a fine of up to $10,000. A plea bargain can be offered by the DA assigned to the case, and can be anywhere within the punishable range provided by law
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer This sounds like a misunderstanding of the law based on TV cop shows. They don't have to allow you a phone call before arrest and failure to inform you of your Miranda rights can lead to the suppression of any statements you made during custodial interrogation. Basically, it only matters if you confessed after being arrested.
All that being said, you should hire a local criminal defense attorney to represent you in this matter. It is wise to choose an attorney with an office in the...
Grant St Julian III's answer One of the requirements for naturalization is good moral character (GMC). An applicant for naturalization must show that he or she has been, and continues to be, a person of good moral character. In general, the applicant must show GMC during the five-year period immediately preceding his or her application for naturalization and up to the time of the Oath of Allegiance. Conduct prior to the five-year period may also impact whether the applicant meets the requirement. 
Grant St Julian III's answer You may file an incident report with the police, but it will be up to the detective assigned to the case to determine whether criminal charges will be filed. Also note that if you are 18, after your grduation, your mother no longer has the legal duty to support you. Do not suffer abuse, but do not report somehthing petty. Good luck.
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