You need to get representation either through the 18b attorney or private. You may be able to contact the 18b panel to get a new attorney assigned if the other one is not responding to you. Next you need to arrange a voluntary surrender yourself with your attorney. You will need to save for some bail $$$ or if family can assist you. Next you need to deal with the VOP (violation of probation) and that's where your attorney will be able to present the positive changes you have made.
I agree with most of the other posts. However, my real concern - given what appears to be a very bright future - is your mention of a fake id which precipitated the argument w/ the bouncer. If it was taken good- if not you run the serious risk of a felony charge if you are found with the fake/forged id on your person. The discon is a relatively easy charge which more likely than not result in an ACD. You will probably need an attorney though as they may not offer the dispo without one. You...
Yes you can be charged for anything that another person swears to under the penalty of perjury. A boy claiming you have or stole his clothes - not the case of the century but I've seen similar cases prosecuted. Whether the police will force you to appear is another issue!
Your post lacks pertinent information - have you been arrested or contacted by the authorities? Is the person you sold the dog to accusing you or demanding their money back or have you actually been charged? You should speak with an attorney to get a better understanding of your rights to best protect yourself. Speak only to an attorney then proceed accordingly - informed. If I can help please feel free to contact me. Best of Luck!
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If she is 15 and you are 20 - she can not consent to the sexual relations even though she may be head over heels in love with you. There are many factors involved in such a case and the Rockland District Attorney's Office routinely prosecutes cases such as yours. You should speak with an attorney in detail ASAP so you are prepared in the event you are arrested. Best regards, Yvonne Garbett
It can be but it's fact specific analogues against the circumstances of the alleged crime. If the charge is out of Rockland County, I can give you a little more court specific info. If you have any questions - my number is 845-290-2492.
Best of luck to you!
You need to defend the ridiculous charge against you unfortunately! The charge maybe insufficient if it doesn't allege a course of conduct or threats. The ADA in Spring Valley (assuming its there) is very reasonable and would be open to looking at the big picture!
Further you need to proceed in family court to get address the custody situation if you can not effectively co -parent together. Regarding your ex's girlfriend harassing you - I would need to hear the specific facts...
Hi - it doesn't say where your friend was arrested. As the others have answered it's very judge specific. The road to sobriety is not free of speed bumps and most judges know this. Your post is New City so if the arrest was in Rockland County,give me a ring on Monday and I'll give you a quick synopsis of what to expect 845-290-2492. Obviously this is fact specific and is dependent that we actually have all the facts!!
Chances are they are not going to prosecute you - if you haven't heard anything as of yet. Their normal procedure is to call the police and issue an appearance ticket for court. Paying the civil demand has nothing to do with your record. You probably signed an agreement not to return to the store - best to abide by that or they could charge you for trespass and the old charge is the limitations hasn't run.
So, you basically paid them a ton of money for merchandise they never lost but...
This would not go on your criminal history - as long as you are sure they weren't filing charges later on. If they gave you an appearance ticket to court you would run the risk of getting printed at your arraignment. However, from what you described it appears they cut you a break!
Best of luck to you!