Yes. Failure to appear and testify when you have received a subpoena can result in a contempt charge and a warrant. There is no family immunity in Pennsylvania, only spousal immunity under certain circumstances. A subpoena is a court order to appear and testify.
Your options are to contact the police to report him, or to consult your custody lawyer to pursue options in family court. It is a safeyt issue to have the child in a car driven by an unlicensed driver.
You should have an attorney. Underage drinking, while only a summary citation, will appear on your record during a background check. Also, you will have your drivers license suspended if you are convicted. An attorney experienced in underage drinking cases will know that there are several defenses that apply in underage drinking cases and will be able to properly evaluate your case. It is imperative that you do not plead guilty to this offense until you consult with an attorney as this will...
In most counties merely completing the ARD program does not automatically expunge your record. An attorney must file a petition under the rules of criminal proceedure to have the charges dismissed and the record expunged. As to whether or not a prospective employer will find the expunged case, it depend on how they do their background check. If the check is through the state police, it will come back clean. Private background check companies are not required to update their records to reflect...
This is an abusive debt collector. There is no debtors prison. You cannot be locked up for defaulting on a loan. Only a court can issue a warrant. You need to speak to an attorney who represents debtors against collection companies.
For nonviolent misdemeanors, police in PA, with the exception of Philadelphia, often release the person and a summons to court will be sent out certified mail. The summons and criminal complaint are the written citation.
Just being charged is a technical violation. If the person is convicted, that can also be a violation. The parole board has broad authority when it comes to sanctions for violations. Always have an attorney represent you at a violation hearing.