I was recently accused of a lewd act on a subway train. Nothing actually happened. When I got off the train I heard "Fing white pervert" and then was stopped by an officer. The woman signed a complaint that I was walking up and down the train disp...
If there is no credible evidence against you then you may want to take the case to trial. As you already know this can be a troublesome conviction to have on your record.See question
I gave a friend of mine 150 dollars worth of accessories for 'free', when ringing up a transaction. I was caught by my employer and for my intention loss of company products I was fired. I received a letter in the mail asking to collect the restit...
You are not required to pay the civil demand however the law office making the demand may file a civil suit to collect the money.See question
HE HAS A GREEN CARD AND WANTS TO GO ON A CRUISE SHIP IS IT OK FOR HIM TO TRAVEL
This question is best answered by an immigration attorney.See question
If it's sealed I can not see it ever? How do I find an unsealed complete record?
A sealed record is off limits unless you can convince a judge to unseal it. Not a likely scenario.See question
I was charged with simple assault and criminal mischief under 500$ about a few weeks ago. My TRO was dismissed by the plaintiff and she also wants to at least try and dismiss the case of the criminal charges as well. We have worked things out outs...
You or your attorney can contact the court administrator to advance the case. If the court advances the case it will appear on the calendar. If that should happen then you will have to appear in court and speak with the prosecutor. If you show up to court on a date that your case is not scheduled the prosecutor will not speak with you.See question
(I am on probation) Does NYC send a letter notifying you that you need to make your payments if I am not making them like I am supposed to? Or do they just violate you and throw you in jail? Or how does it work.
I you are not making your scheduled restitution payments you are not likely to get a notice to pay. You are likely to get a violation of probation notice to return to court.See question
I am completing a job application and I am not sure how to answer the question "Have you been convicted of a crime?" A few months ago I was charged with disorderly conduct a violation. So should I answer yes or no to this job application question?
It is not clear from your question whether you were convicted of the disorderly conduct or are still fighting it. If you plead guilty to the disorderly conduct you were not convicted of a crime.See question
I was convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol in 2010 when I was 22. I am now 27 and just graduated from Rutgers University in NJ with a B.S in nursing. I have to write a narrative to NJ BON about the incident and was wondering if anyo...
Besides meeting with an attorney that handles professional nursing issues you can write about it as a learning experience which is humbling and very human.See question
i recently received a letter from jersey city court saying that if i didn't pay this ticket for 39:3-4 Driving Or Parking Unregistered Motor Vehicle, only thing is the ticket is from march of 2011. I normally pay my tickets off as soon as is po...
You should go down to the court and ask for a copy of the summons. Perhaps there is some mistake that you can speak to either the prosecutor or the judge to get the summons dismissed if it was not you.See question