The file was reported and am turning 18 this month this was reported before am even turning 18 am 17 right now. He's 22 or 23 um his birthday is on september 16 1990.
if the crime/action is reported and the investigation comes up with evidence supporting the charge, yes. The evidence can be your testimony, his statements or witnesses who saw the action or other physical evidence such as DNA. As for the charge, it will depend on the discretion exercised by the prosecution and, thereafter, any plea agreements.See question
he or the first time they arressted him there is a protective order she violated and a voice recording that she lied to the police they filed on him and picked him up now what do i do for him
encourage your friend to talk to a lawyer immediately. If the video surveillance is in the possession and / or control of a 3rd party, someone has to make sure that it is preserved or this helpful evidence can be lost.See question
I just got fired from my work for stealing money from the register 14 times and it added up to being an amount of over $4000 dollars. I volunteer to make a statement and admitted to the stealing because I have a drug problem. I think I screwed mys...
YES you need a lawyer and should get one ASAP. Although your statements will hurt you in your defense, the lawyer may be able to help you in mitigating the consequences. Consult with one soon - even before you are formally charged. If the police come to talk to you again, make sure you ask for or have your attorney with you, or just say "no thank you."See question
The prosecuter made a officer testify about a house visit while I was on d.o.c. supervision I been off d.o.c and im not on any supervision he also mentioned my old probation officer renee cooper
Past bad acts, if unrelated to the offense at trial on the merits, are traditionaly excluded because of the extreme prejudice to the defendant (you). Howerver, if you are convicted they may be relevant at the sentencing hearing. Speak to your lawyer, or if you don't have one, consult with one.See question
I was sentenced to ten years probation and lifetime sex offender registration for having a conversation of sexual nature online (September 2005, sentenced 2007) with a young woman who lied about her age being 18 (she was 14). I never met the young...
Consult with a lawyer to confirm that your offense does in fact require a lifetime registration either by statute or by court order. That will establish the basis and allow the attorney to determine if there is a legal argument to request you to be relieved of this requirement. Good luck.See question
Me n my boyfriend got into a fight he hit me i threw a chair at him once he hit me he ran out side n i chased him to get my car keys we started tustling over the keys sum kinda way i was cut on my leg n we both gt charged wit aggrevated battery ...
Both of you need lawyers - since both of you were charged, you may want to discuss with the attorney how the prosecutor is going to prove the cases against each of you if you both assert your rights to remain silent and not testify.
As for jail, that is a possibility dependant on the injuries to you boyfriend. But, before you can be sentenced to jail, they have to convict you. consult with a lawyer.See question
My husband was charged with 1st offense DWI. He caused damage to several parked cars and caused non-life threaten harm to the driver who he collided with. They offered him the option of going into the pre-trial diversion program, with all charges...
As hard as it may be to financially justify paying the costs related to the diversion program and/or hiring a lawyer, it will ultimately be cheaper. A DUI has additional, hidden costs that will make the diversion costs appear a bargain - these other costs are insurance rate increases, affect on employment opportunities, the effect if there is an additional DUI or charge in the future (in or out of state), etc. At a minimum, consult with a local attorney and get some advice on the program and the process. Good luck.See question
Im being charged with my first DWI blowing over .15 I'm just curious how many people go to jail on a first offense.
You need to consult with an attorney in the jurisdiction that you are being charged. In general, NE has a mandatory minimum of 7 days jail and max of 60 days for a 1st DUI. However, with a .15 it can be treated as an aggravating factor - high BAC. I can't answer how many people to to jail on a 1st - it is more important for you to consult with a lawyer so that you don't have to be one of those people.
My court hearing is in April of 2014 . Can I some how manage to have an earlier hearing , as I might have to move out of CT for a Job . The reason for me wanting to appear in the court at the earliest is that I want to wrap up what ever I have t...
Depending on the status of your hearing, i.e., is this the first trial date, are you in the process of participing in programs, are they waiting for the return of a lab analysis, (blood case), you may be able to ask to advance the hearing to a date sooner. Hopefully, you are using an attorney for your case. If you are, ask them. If you have yet to get an attorney, get one sooner than later. They can help you make the decision best for your circumstances.