I just need to know can a felony conviction for a gun charge in the state of Delaware be expunged if so how many years do one have to wait to file for expungment.
No. No conviction can be expunged in Delaware. You can apply for pardon from Governor though. I tell people to wait 10 years AND have a clean record over the 10 years.See question
His original charges were drug distribution. He was on probation for 4 years and he only had left 6 months, but he did not go to see his probation officer. Also, he had dirty urine. My question is: since he did not turn himself in, does that mea...
Friends could be charged with harboring a fugitive. This is a criminal offense. Your boyfriend will get caught. When he does he will very likely have to go back to jail because he didn't turn himself in. He needs to turn himself in right now to have any chance of not being revoked and going back to jailSee question
I received a speeding ticket in NJ two weeks ago for going 30-34mph over the limit on I95. I have hired a lawyer and the result is still pending. However, this past week, at school, my apartment received a noise violation In Delaware and I plead P...
The speeding ticket was before the PBJ on the noise violation and will not affect it.See question
My warrant is out of the court of common pleas in wilmington, de for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and wanted to know if i would be released the same day and given a new court date or if they would hold me until my new court date.
Turn yourself in. If you don't have any outstanding warrants you will be released immediatelyThat is, unless you have already failed to appear on many other occasions.See question
It depends on how serious the violation was. Best way to get a handle on what will happen is to ask the probation officer how serious he/she thinks the violation is and most importantly what the recommendation to the judge will be as to whether to continue your husband on probation. The officer may have already told your husband what the recommendation will be. Another important consideration is whether there have been previous violations of probation.See question
I was riding in a car with my friend and he got pulled over for going into a one way bank to try and turn around. The officer smelled weed and took our information. He searched me and found nothing and he found under an ounce of weed in the car wh...
Based on what you told me, they have absolutely no case against you. The reason you have been told to go to court is that you have been subpoenaed to testify as a witness against your friend. This does not mean you are being charged with anything. You're only a witness. You should not go by yourself, however have your parents go with you.See question
I was recently accused of a sexual crime involving a minor she said I did it and that's the only evidence present her word I was told by the detective she said I was 16 when it happened (I am currently 21) I was questioned by a detective who said ...
Answer is NO. Lie detector tests are inadmissible in court but if you were going to take the test I would want to written agreement that it is inadmissible. What he is hoping is that if you take the test and make certain statements in connection with the test those statements will be admissible without the lie detector results. Any statement you make could turn a bad case of the police into a good case for them. Why would you want to do this?See question
Will the judge approve the request
Almost 100% yes judge will go along.See question
it's a dui case involving legally prescribed medication, had a minor accident due to inattentiveness and hit my head on the steering wheel causing some confusion, was never asked if l ingested the medication, was not arrested, had no idea that ...
If you owe the attorney money he MAY be able to hold the file until he is paid. This is called a charging lien. Other than that I cannot think of a reason he is refusing to turn over at least a copy of the file. Get him to tell you why he is witholding the file. Why is it important to get a copy of the file? To stay informed? Which is a very good reason. For example--are you changing lawyers? Is there an pending case and time is of the essence to secure another lawyer?
Bottom line go sit down with him and work this out. Communication usually solves problems,.
I was sentenced to 48 months of probation. the probation was completed in July 2002
Unfortunately, the answer is no because it appears that the charge you were convicted of was a federal charge. This is true in Pennsylvania and Delaware.See question