Petty larceny case
It really depends but you are asking lawyers. In my opinion, yes, you need a lawyer.See question
If you killed your GF's parents because they broke into your house to yell at you and tell you off, can you be convicted?
Yes, you can. Terrible idea. Don't do it.See question
This criminal background check is across county, state and federal. The job I am applying to is non government, board of education or FDIC. My ACD was dismissed and sealed in March 2014. I received the offer letter however it is contingent upon a ...
For most jobs, a sealed ACD is not a criminal conviction and should not show up on a background check.See question
It really depends on factors specific to your case that we don't know. You have to talk to your lawyer about this.See question
I RECEIVED A ADJOURNED CPL 170.55 OM 09/18/2014 AND THEN RECEIVED A DISMISSED CPL 170.55 ON 03/19/2015 WITH A CERTIFICATE OF DISPOSITION LETTER STATING SEALED UNDER 160.50 ON 04/14/15 I AM APPLYING FOR A NEW JOB AND THEY ARE RUNNING A COU...
For most jobs, it won't come up, but for some, such as law enforcement or banks, it may.See question
I was cuffed and brought to the police station because I lived in college housing that had a noise violation, I got a text from my friend saying someone in the house was being cuffed so I walked outside, they asked for my I.D, checked the names on...
Possibly. You would have to get the ticket dismissed. Consult a civil rights attorney ASAP.See question
If a man confesses to witnessing a rape and knows the identity of the rapist but refuses to name him, is this illegal?
It is not illegal. If he refuses to honor a lawfully issued subpoena, he could be held in contempt of court. If they can prove he lied under oath, he could be charged with perjury. He should retain an attorney to advise him.See question
I have a warrant of not showing on court day from couple years ago for petite theft, and i was arrested again three days ago for attempting to check out with price changed items, but I got released with ADT from the court after a night I spent in ...
Come to court n time and follow the advice of your court-appointed lawyer. You'll be fine as long as you show up.See question
my son was in a car that was pulled over he was not the driver how ever he jumped out the car and ran tossed a gun and was caught (possibly on camera) he is a convicted felon his bail is $25000 What is the best a paid attorney can do for him
An attorney, paid or not, will examine the evidence against him and discuss his options with him. If you can afford to hire a lawyer, you must. Court-appointed lawyers are for the indigent.See question
My husband was arrested last year for violating an order of protection when he came in contact with me and hurt me. The police records are sealed. We are in the process of a divorce and child custody case which will be going to trial soon. Can ...
Your attorney would have to make an application to the judge who is handling your matrimonial case to get the sealed criminal court records. For police records, you would need a subpoena signed by the judge.See question