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Anthony John Colleluori

Federal Crime Lawyer.

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  1. TX age of consent laws, 25 year old male and sex with 17 year old daughter, statutory rape laws in texas

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Herman Martinez
    2. Anthony John Colleluori
    2 lawyer answers

    No, The age of consent in Texas is 17 (14 if the other person is within 3 years of the age of the younger child). Hence your daughter is free to make her own choices, and mistakes... It may behoove you to speak to a counselor at her school and to be sure she is making safe choices. If that is not possible, you may be able to speak to a family law lawyer who can speak to both your child and her young man. Good luck.

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  2. I live in NY I'm 16 so is my girlfriend what would happen if she got pregnant.

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Anthony John Colleluori
    2. Jeffrey Bruce Gold
    2 lawyer answers

    She will have a baby. You will be stuck paying child support for this child until it reaches the age of 18 or 21 or possibly 23. You will likely have a hard time going to school to get a better job because you will be working to pay for the baby's needs. The stress on your relationship with your GF and her folks not to mention your folks will be very strained for at least a while and you and she may not survive it as a couple. Is it worth it for a few moments of fun?? Learn to use...

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  3. New York: Article 78 proceeding: Filing Complaint Against Judge & Removing Judge

    Answered over 6 years ago.

    1. Okorie Okorocha
    2. Anthony John Colleluori
    3. Susan Pernick
    3 lawyer answers

    You may file a complaint about a state court judge with the State of NY: Commission on Judicial Conduct www.scjc.state.ny.us 61 Broadway # 12 New York, NY 10006 (212) 809-0566 www.scjc.state.ny.us You may make the motion to reargue but you will need to make a motion for judicial recusal to be decided by your judge before he decides the other motion. He must decide to recuse or else your only course is to appeal and make a request that should the decision come back, that the case be...

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  4. If you got indicted by the grand jury 10 years ago and were never arrested nor served with indictment is the indictment still

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Joshua Sabert Lowther
    2. Anthony John Colleluori
    3. Valarie A McNeice
    4. Anthony Bettencourt Cameron
    5. J. Denise Carter
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    6 lawyer answers

    In most cases the statute of limitations is tolled by the indictment. Hence if she was indicted before the statute of limitations expired then the indictment in and of itself is sufficient to stop the dismissal. If the information you received is correct then your sister is a fugitive. She needs to see a criminal defense attorney right away. (You do not have to hire a local lawyer as in Federal cases any federal criminal lawyer can usually appear in any federal jurisdiction by motion for this...

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  5. What is a dummy plea?

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. John Arnold Steakley
    2. Robert David Richman
    3. James Lawrence Yeargan Jr.
    4. Anthony John Colleluori
    5. Raymond George Wigell
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    Assuming he is a federal defendant if he cooperates and he should only do so with the help of a lawyer (BTW the lawyer need not be from the area he is held in, federal defendants can hire any lawyer admitted in a federal court and that lawyer can move to be admitted for the defendant's case only. That really opens his choices) the government can if they chose place him in protective custody and relocate him through the witness protection program. If they like his help they can nolo pros the...

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  6. What is an arbitrator or mediator? Are they judges or attorneys or something else. Thanks

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Anthony John Colleluori
    2. L. Maxwell Taylor
    3. Jonathan Craig Reed
    3 lawyer answers

    They can be any of the above :) Many former judges in the twilight of their careers take on the job of being a "Neutral". (The word Neutral covers both Arbitrators and Mediators). Often lawyers do that work as well as non attorneys who have specialized training in the "art" of mediation or arbitration. There are many types of Mediation and Arbitration, but for the most part, Mediators try to help the parties come to an agreement on issues in a case and try to help both see the merits in the...

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  7. If You Have A DUI probation with a prior theft of liquor on probation record, Would that mean that i cant go in a bar?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Chris J Feasel
    2. Anthony John Colleluori
    3. V. Iyer
    3 lawyer answers

    No you cannot go without permission from your PO. The alcohol terms of probation usually include that you stay away from premises that serve alcohol as their main business (as opposed to a restaurant). Why put yourself into harms way?? You are playing with fire and you know it. How long have you been clean and sober?? Are you in a program like AA? If not, why not? That would be a better use of your time than going to bars with people who are still drinking.

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  8. Capital murder

    Answered over 6 years ago.

    1. Kelly W. Case
    2. Anthony John Colleluori
    3. Craig Edward Kennedy
    3 lawyer answers

    Not only is Craig right, but jail house snitches account for the second most wrongful convictions after mistaken Eyewitness accounts. Most convicts believe they have nothing to lose and everything to gain in these circumstances. They are often fed information to help them with their lies by police jailers and sometimes prosecutors too. If you have a loved one who is incarcerated on any charge but especially capital murder, make sure he keeps track of the names of all the people he speaks...

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  9. Received a NY speeding ticket 11 years ago. Never mailed it in. Is it gone?

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Anthony John Colleluori
    2. Glenn Warren Magnell
    3. Alan James Brinkmeier
    3 lawyer answers

    The ticket never goes away until it is answered and satisfied. You have moved but your driving privileges in NY are suspended. Chances are your ticket arrived as some of the counties were just getting on to the state computer. Hence either your ticket got lost, hasn't been entered yet or was mis-entered. Either way, if it catches up with you, you can expect that if you live in a "non-compact" state ( Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Tennessee (dropped out in 1997), and Massachusetts) then you will...

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  10. Can I file a lawsuit for being exposed and testing positive for tuberculosis in a nys correctional facilility

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Anthony John Colleluori
    2. Susan Pernick
    2 lawyer answers

    I am not sure why you are giving all the SHU info because it doesn't matter however while you can file suit it is highly unlikely you will win anything or even survive summary judgment. You may however want to look into other potential civil rights opportunities to recover for your treatment at the hands of your guards.

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