Any misdemeanor offense has a statute of limitations of one year. If you are the victim, you should have reported this to the police. Unfortunately the more time that has passed, the likelihood of the police being able to do an effective investigation into who hit your car is low.
A charge to repaint the premises is generally stated in the lease to give the landlord that right. If the lease has that provision, then maybe the landlord has the right. If the lease is silent regarding that fee, the landlord does not have the right to charge that repainting fee.
I have three misdemeanors on face in the court they are obstruction on a officer, public intoxication, misorderly conduct and I’ve already done the maximum penalty for misorderly conduct and public intoxication what do you think my outcome will it is my first offense
Every case depends on the specific facts of your case. It sounds like you don't have any prior record and this could be helpful to you. But in order to potentially keep your record clean, your best bet would be to get legal representation quickly in order to present any defenses you may have to the...Read more »
The answer truly is it depends. The facts from your underlying DUI will come into play, along with the facts of this offense. It is a class one misdemeanor and you can be sentenced to up to 12mos in jail and up to a $2500 fine. If you had a good behavior period on your underlying DUI, this could...Read more »
You should then motion the court to grant your expungement due to lack of response but you will more than likely still have to go before the judge and the Commonwealth will have an opportunity to present it's arguments at that point in time.
I have never had a driver's license before. I was not driving. I am being charged with possession of marajuana (first offense mistameanor). My question is what the worst thing they can do as far as charges(I can't afford a lawyer so I will be representing myself). Particularly pertaining to the dmv... Read more »
Your charge can only be changed to felony if there are other factors such as the amount of marijuana, other drug paraphernalia, money you were carrying, other indicators of distribution because there is no felony level possession of marijuana, only distribution. For a first offense marijuana...Read more »
I'm assuming your question is what should you do if you are facing this charge. You need to seek an attorney to represent you as this is a class one misdemeanor. You need to discuss your options regarding the charge and tell the police about the threats, that's witness tampering which is a crime....Read more »
My ex husband stole my iPhone (I let my 7 year old son borrow it for the day and it can only be used on WiFi) my ex husband and or his girlfriend hacked my work social media accounts. I changed my Instagram picture to a NUDE photo of me and put his phone number on my Instagram to try to get the... Read more »
You could file a civil lawsuit against him. If you'd like to do that, you should go to your local General District Court and tell them the situation and they will give you the paperwork to file the suit.
If he's stolen your phone, he could be charged with larceny. If he's hacked into your...Read more »
I was charged by (ex)wife, of Domestic violence for grabbing her in 1996. No arrest, Only offense. Was sent to anger management. and completed course. Had to do a records check recently and All records by court and police were purged after 10 years. Only thing left is a notation that the charge... Read more »
You can have a bond hearing in the district court and you can appeal to the circuit court and have another bond hearing. After that, you're entitled to more bond hearings if you can show that there's been a material change in circumstances. If there's been no change, other than the fact that more...Read more »
There are a few essential pieces of information missing in your question. Was he found guilty after pleading or after a trial? The outrageous amount of time was his sentence? What was the amount of time he received? Will he be appealing his conviction or sentence? Has he been on probation or parole...Read more »
In most jurisdictions, you never need to provide information to police. But don't lie or mislead the police, that could get you in trouble. Politely tell the police you were not a witness to the crime, you were not involved in the incident and your only involvement was to call the police to report...Read more »
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