And no longer lives in state. He was offered 90 days. Can he somehow get this thrown out. He was arrested on 11/8/20 on new unrelated charges and was told the battery charge has to be taken care before he can have a bond on new charges
Your son’s problem is the new arrest while out on bond. That’s why he can’t bond out. The new arrest reveals nothing about the first arrest. Either the witness who moved out of state shows up for trial or not. Depending on Covid it might be quite some time before a trial is started. Whether...Read more »
I was charged with a fleeing and eluding charge and driving without a license from out of my county. I believe this happened when my vehicle was stolen as I would remember if I ran from police. I was picked up on the warrant and was never given copy of the police report , or given any kind of... Read more »
You are asserting your innocence. The innocent and falsely accused need an attorney more than those who might have some degree of involvement. You start the process by retaining a specialist criminal defense attorney who will document and structure your defense; and also make sure no court dates...Read more »
As you may have heard, the nation and its judicial system has been struck by a pandemic that seems to be paralyzing the judicial system. There have been no jury trials for some time and until the justices of the supreme court of Florida or the Supreme Court of the United States says...Read more »
Typically a change of plea hearing is set when you come to an agreement with the prosecutor to resolve your case. If you do not want to resolve your case via a plea, then the matter will be set for a later status date then trial. During the Pandemic, a lot of prosecutors are setting on a change...Read more »
Call a lawyer or a bail bondsman. The bondsman’s business is to help people post bail to get out of jail. You want to make sure what the bail is before you turn yourself in. It will be more difficult to make financial arrangements from jail. If bail is too high, you need to be talking with a...Read more »
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