You need to contact a law enforcement officer, or maybe even your state AG's Office to register a complaint. The squeaky wheel gets the attention, so if you are serious about it - then complain in writing (with documented evidence) to every agency you can (DA, AG, local law enforcement, etc.).
Hi.... I am in wyoming and my son was caught with a larger amount of weed and from what I understand more then one baggie he is being charged 2 felonies and one mistamener.... He has his Arraignment tomorrow and his court appointed lawyer really hasn't been much help....What should he plea?? I know... Read more »
If he doesn't know how to plead, he should probably plead not guilty. It is generally not wise to plead guilty at the arraignment. If he is not happy with his public defender, he should seek private counsel.
A friend and I had a verbal agreement to store our belongings in a colleague's storage shed and extra bedroom. On 9/06/2016 we were informed the colleague would be vacating the premises, giving us until the end of September to retrieve our belongings. We made arrangements to be there the last week... Read more »
It is up to the prosecutor which charges to file. A prosecutor will look at the facts, the elements of a particular offense, and determine whether he has enough evidence to prove the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. If not, then he will not file charges.
Yes, that can happen. If it does, the child will become just another missing child and the parents will worry incessantly. In addition, the 18 year old can probably be charged with some very serious crimes, the least of which would probably be contributing.
Your freedom is a serious matter, and the case against you appears to be very serious. Get counsel immediately. The attorney you hire will investigate the facts and circumstances and will represent you diligently and accordingly.
All website list the legal age of consent for sex at 16 and 17 years of age. The Wyoming sexual abuse laws concur with this. However WY Stat § 6-4-303 seems to infer that it is actually 18 in (b) (ii)???
"Child" means a person under the age of eighteen (18) years. That is in (a) (i) from the 2011 statutes. But a simple internet search reveals, on google, this:The age of consent for sex is 16 years old for women, while it is 18 years old for men. Having sex with a minor below the age of consent is...Read more »
Yes. My boyfriend is on probation for unlawful contact (he slapped me on the arm during a argument) terms of his probation is that he sees a counsler and doesn't brake any other law. We got into a heated argument and both said things we didn't mean he theatned to harm me and I left and called the... Read more »
or will the state of wyoming refuse to set me up with an id? i don't want a state license, just a state id. i messed up on my probation back home just didn't get everything done in time so the state of iowa put out a bench warrant for my arrest in iowa. but i now need to renew my state id and i... Read more »
With an active warrant for your arrest, you can be arrested at any time, and in any place. That is what you should expect. What you need to do now is hire an attorney in Iowa to address that active warrant. Without doing that, you will be constantly looking over your shoulder.
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