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Barbara Jane Rynne

Charlotte Domestic Violence Lawyer.

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  1. How would the fed. gov. prove that the drugs I were charges with were not for sale but for personal use?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Scott C. Buerkle
    2. Mark M Cheser
    3. Barbara Jane Rynne
    4. Jeremy Brian Gordon
    5. Richard Stephen Jaffe
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    Unfortunately, with a large quantity of pills, you are probably looking at possession with intent, depending on the packaging. However, the State would need an expert witness to establish that. Their expert can be questioned at trial as to what affect, if any, your drug addiction would have on his opinion. In order to effectively do that, your attorney is going to need to know very specific facts about your addiction in terms of the amount you were using on a daily basis, how often you were...

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  2. Is the defendant in a drug conspiracy charge allowed to see what proof there was a conspiracy?

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. Barbara Jane Rynne
    2. Ryan W Cummings
    3. Stephen F Wallace
    4. Joshua Sachs
    4 lawyer answers

    The short answer is yes, a criminal defendant is always entitled to see the evidence against him. However, getting that discovery from the District Attorney's office sometimes takes time.

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  3. How much does it cost to get your record expunged (I only have one misdemeanor from 8 years ago)?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Barbara Jane Rynne
    2. Al De La Calle
    3. Susan N. Surles
    3 lawyer answers

    You will need to call around for pricing, because each attorney is different. In terms of how long it takes, Motions for Expunction generally take about 6 to 8 months to complete. Once the Motion is filed, and signed by a Judge, it gets sent to the State Bureau of Investigation in Raleigh. Unfortunately, they do not have many people conducting the expunction background checks, so that is where the backlog happens. It takes several months to get the paperwork back from Raleigh, and then you...

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  4. If I am in the 1st offenders class would that be considered a conviction even if it gets thrown out of court?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Barbara Jane Rynne
    2. Daniel Micah Blau
    3. Dustin R. T. Sullivan
    3 lawyer answers

    What you need to answer really depends on what type of program that you are in. If it is either formal deferred prosecution, an informal diversionary program, or sentencing under N.C.G.S. 90-96, when your charge should not result in a conviction. That is assuming you complete all of the requirements of your program. Once your charge is dismissed, prior to any expunction, you need to read the question very carefully. If your application asks whether you have ever been convicted, you can...

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  5. I was convicted on the testimony and investigation of a officer who pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I.what can I do?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Barbara Jane Rynne
    2. Barry Franklin Poulson
    2 lawyer answers

    There are a lot of issues that need to be considered when it comes to post conviction relief. You need to contact an appellate/post conviction relief attorney as soon as possible.

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  6. Can a guilty plea of passenger be entered as evidence during a superior criminal court trial

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Barbara Jane Rynne
    2. Patrick Owen Earl
    2 lawyer answers

    There is not a lot of detail in your question, which makes it a little hard to answer, but I will do my best. Sometimes, more than one person is charged for the same offense. A good example would be drug possession. Often times, more than one person is charged with possession of drugs found in a particular location (car). If the crime charged can be committed by more than one person, as in the case of constructive drug possession, then a co-defendant's guilty plea does not preclude...

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  7. Ok what do i do now ...

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Amanda Bowden Houser
    2. Barbara Jane Rynne
    3. Bill Whittaker
    4. Alan James Brinkmeier
    4 lawyer answers

    I agree with the other attorney, you need to get a Domestic Violence Protective Order. You need to go to the courthouse in your county, to the civil clerk's office and request the paperwork to obtain the DVPO. You might also want to see if there are any victim's advocates groups in your county. They can help you file the paperwork necessary to obtain the protective order, as well as do safety planning with you. I would also recommend that you check out the website below. There is a lot of...

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  8. What can I do about my case in one county if I'm staying in another county and I have no transportation??

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Blake Spale
    2. Barbara Jane Rynne
    3. Robert Jason De Groot
    3 lawyer answers

    Unfortunately, your lawyer is correct. You have to appear, otherwise a warrant for your arrest will be issued, if your lawyer cannot waive your appearance.

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  9. IF there were numerous violations of violations of restraining order were filed. Some in Union county and some in mecklenburg.

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Barbara Jane Rynne
    1 lawyer answer

    Your question is somewhat confusing, but I will try to answer as best I can. Yes, all instances of abuse and assaults can be used, generally speaking, against your husband in civil proceedings concerning emergency custody. Sometimes prior instances of bad conduct are admissible in criminal proceedings as well. Instances of abuse that happened in Union County, should be handled by Union County Courts, while cases arising out of conduct that took place in Mecklenburg County need to be handled...

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  10. Hiring an attorney for representing the court that I cannot attend.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Benjamin Harris Van Steinburgh
    2. Barbara Jane Rynne
    3. Carol Huffman Kendrick
    3 lawyer answers

    You absolutely can hire an attorney to represent you in court, and avoid you having to travel back from Florida! Just make sure to hire someone sooner rather than later, so that the attorney can be prepared with any waivers that may need to be signed by you (according to local rules).

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