I was pulled over for speeding at a stoplight.(Seriously) The officer asked where I was going and where I've been. I told them. One officer asked was I drinking that night and I replied no. He asked me to get out of my car. When I asked why or if ...
You had 30 days to appeal the MVA hearing and the time period has expired. You should consult with an attorney to see if you have any remedies if your license is still suspended.See question
I was intoxicated at my hotel room and asked to leave and I came back twice in 20 minutes to my hotel and the manager said she asked me to leave and got me arrested for trespassing. What is my possible penalties ? I see $500 fine or 30 days in jai...
You should hire an attorney to defend the charge. These charges sometimes can be dropped in exchange for community service. If you cannot afford a private attorney, you should contact the Public Defender.See question
90 days after my 2 years probation ended on 3/29/2015. on 6/16/2015 p&p potition the court to violation my probation for not paying restutution. P&P should have potition the court before 3/29/2015
Probation violations are supposed to be issued within 30 days of the end of the probationary period in the District Court, but there is no such time limit in the Circuit Court. Consult with an attorney to discuss the issue. In addition, you may want to save up the money for restitution which will make a huge difference of whether the judge gives you jail time at the VOP hearing.See question
I was walking down the boardwalk when the tram train car hit my hand. I turned around and was struck by the train. The police stated that they followed me and placed me under arrest. For disorderly conduct stating that I had hit the car intentiona...
You should hire an attorney since you have possible defenses. If you cannot afford a private attorney, you should contact the Public Defender as soon as possible and no later than 10 business days before the court date.
Do not post any more details on AVVO since this is a public forum and anything you post can be used against you.See question
I am 19 and I want to change my name to distance myself from my in debt, drunken father. I researched how to change my name and it said that I can change it by just saying that it's my new last name (In Maryland) but just in case I want to change ...
Maryland law requires publication unless the court grants a Motion to Waive Publication.See question
my brother was convicted in 2005 in south carolina in a stand your grown self defence situation. but the law didn't change until 2006. he has been appealing since then. i mentioned to him yesterday that there could be a possibility that he could u...
You would need to repost your question to South Carolina attorneys by listing the location as South Carolina since that is where he was convicted. He could also consult with a South Carolina attorney.See question
Plaintiff files a suit in the trial court. Defendant moves to dismiss for failure to state a claim. The court, after hearing oral argument, denies defendant's motion. Following discovery, parties cross move for summary judgment. The court denies p...
It is too late to amend the Complaint after the trial court has entered summary judgment and it certainly cannot be amended on appeal.See question
Your bail can be revoked if you picked up a new criminal charge or incarcerable traffic offense. Consult with an attorney to discuss the issue.See question
the victim says they were not assaulted, but the state picks up charges. If the "Victim" comes to court and testifys that there not assault, that it was not intentional, will the case be thrown ouT?
If the victim testifies in court that you were not assaulted and there are no other witnesses or evidence, then you should be acquitted. However, the legal definition of assault may be different than yours and you do not provide any facts.
You should have an attorney representing you at trial since assault carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail and a fine.See question