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  • Help!

    My husband gave a friend a ride , his friend had meth on him but is pleading guilty to all charges since my husband wasn't aware of the drugs what can possibly happen? They both are charged with trafficking meth possesion of meth and less then an...

    Anthony’s Answer

    Get a good criminal defense lawyer for your husband. HE will need one. If he friend takes "the weight" and exonerates your husband the State can but doesn't have to dismiss. That is why I strongly suggest you get a lawyer for your man. HE will need someone aggressive and knowledgeable to let the state know they will not throw your husband under the bus. Act quickly. Good luck.

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  • If pregnant can I leave home in idaho?

    Hi, I was wondering if i was pregnant could i leave home in Idaho and move to Washington where the father would be. Would i have this choice? Also is there any way my mother could take me back to california with me being pregnant? Wouldnt the fath...

    Anthony’s Answer

    There is so much missing here. How old are you? Are you old enough to live and support you and your baby? Who is the Father? Is consent an issue here? Who is trying to keep you in Idaho?
    I am going to assume a few facts. 1. you are an unmarried pregnant minor. 2. Your baby's dad is also young although possibly of age. 3. Your parents are divorced and you are in the custody of your father.

    If those assumptions are true, then your parents have control over you until you reach 18 years of age. If your leaving the state endangers the health of the baby then even CPS could stop you. Your baby's father has no say over where you live but he can ask for visitation and that may mean you have to reside within a certain mileage from him but that does not in and of itself dictate that you must live in any particular state.

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  • How many times can a case (aggravated DWI) be postponed and can the postponements provide some advantage to the defendant? .

    Regarding a woman charged with aggravated DWI in New York State - 3rd DWI in ten years - two DWIs involved damage to another vehicle - but no injuries. Most recent DWI - BAC was .20 The case been ongoing for approximately seven months - my und...

    Anthony’s Answer

    Time generally favors the defendant. What is her rush? As long as the prosecution case isn't getting better and her case isn't getting worse, then time can only help her.

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  • Can I press charges

    My ex girlfriend had my facebook password .She deleted all my important photos...Can I have her arrested or is there any legal action I can take ?

    Anthony’s Answer

    I agree with counsel above but if the can be restored I doubt the police or the US Postal inspectors will do anything. Get yourself a back up on the cloud and protect your passwords

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  • How long does it usually take to be arrested after an embezzlement investigation

    My former employer found out that I had embezzled over a year ago after I had left the position. I tried to work something out with him and he kept going back and forth with it but I never heard back from him. I have since given birth to my child ...

    Anthony’s Answer

    Get a lawyer right away. They have until the statute of limitations is up to indict you and if they do the charge can pend forever. You need a lawyer who can back them off or force them to close the case. Good luck.

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  • My husband and I are filing an uncontested divorce soon. How long does it take to have the signed papers from the Courts

    returned, if we are living in Queens. I understand that Westchester has a faster turnaround, but do you need to be a resident there, or do we have to file in the court in Queens. How long in Manhattan.? Essentially, are there options to expedite m...

    Anthony’s Answer

    IF you both live in queens, then that is the venue. If one of you moves to Westchester or Manhattan then you can venue there but either way it is likely to take anywhere from 3 months to a year for it to become official especially in Queens. A lawyer might help speed it up some but not by much. Good luck.

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  • My boyfriend got arrested for armed robbery and can prove he wasn't involved. Would having an attorney at his bail hearing help?

    His hearing is scheduled for 1:30 pm tomorrow. He is confident that he can prove his innocence and that he wasn't in the area at the time of the robbery through surveillance tapes. They arrested him with no evidence other than the cop saying that ...

    Anthony’s Answer

    YES!!!!!! Get him a lawyer asap. In fact his only chance at making bail is if he has a good criminal defense lawyer who can make his case for him. While the court ought to provide free counsel, having hired a great lawyer will help in a case like this. If he does it (or tries to) himself there is next to no chance of a judge not holding him. He needs an advocate Pronto. If you don't know of one, get on AVVO.com and look for one with a very high rating. Armed Robbery is very serious and should only be handled by someone with a great avvo score and a lot of experience handling violent crimes (Armed robbery is always considered a violent crime even if no one was injured). Good luck to you and him and his dad!!

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  • Can I go after someone that scammed me out of Bitcoins on Craigslist?

    I was contacted from a potential buyer of Infinitecoin(IFC), a digital currency similar to Bitcoin. The transaction entailed 100Million IFC for 11.25 Bitcoin. The seller gave me her name and we exchanged over 100 emails regarding the transaction....

    Anthony’s Answer

    The Short answer to your direct question is yes you can sue her. You may even be able to report this as a crime (Contact the US Postal inspectors) but it is highly doubtful that you will ever locate the scammer. That doesn't mean you ought not try. Success in finding her is far more doubtful than success on the merits which is a whole other issue. Good luck,

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  • Can I fight a cell phone ticket by presenting impartial evidence?

    I have a sales receipt from a grocery store where I used my debit card that says I checked out at 7:21. I walked to my car and pulled out of the parking lot and pulled into traffic. I drove approximately a mile down the road and was pulled over. T...

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    As long as you have a certified copy of the business record you should be able to use it to fight your ticket. I would think about speaking to a lawyer but you may not need to hire one to defend you given the proof you have. Good luck.

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