He was drinking on New Years, driving with a toddler, the police said he wouldn't stop, so they had to bump the back of his car, which damaged the rear end. The officers said they didn't know there was a toddler in the car.He has been charged wit...
For your brother-in-law to get a complete answer, he is going to have to sit down with an attorney and go over his case. There are too many unknown factors any experienced attorney would have to consider in order to properly advise him on his options in this case. An attorney would need to review the evidence against him, would need to know the court, the judge and which prosecutor will be handling the case. There are ways to mitigate his situation, while, at the same time, build his defense.See question
Yes money kinda tight needing help I'm not trying to go to jail i have to baby's to raise
Speak to several attorneys about your case. Most do not charge for a consultation. If you have 2000 to put towards a retainer, you should be able to find representation.See question
It's for simple battery.
Any criminal charge is a serious offense. Anything that can affect your criminal history is a serious offense. In order to get the best possible result, it is always a good idea to hire an attorney.See question
My boyfriend has been a convicted felon when he was in a diffrent state and was young at the time and he's here in GA now
Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon is a serious offense. However, the punishment depends on the judge, the prosecutor and the factors offered by the defense attorney. I would consult with and hire an attorney immediately to give your boyfriend the best chance at a good result.See question
So my question is? Can he get a appeal and will I have to testify if I was there.
If he was convicted, he is certainly entitled to an appeal. Does he have a lawyer? When was he convicted? Did he enter a plea or did he have a trial?See question
He was convicted as a felon when he was like 15 or 16 and he just recently got arrested for having a firearm in his car .
It is possible, but you need to contact and retain an attorney for him to get the best result on the case. There is no guarantee in the outcome of a criminal case, but an attorney always increases the chance for the best outcome.See question
The detectives say the victim is not sure if a weapon was present, however the juvenile said that he did not have a weapon. Can his case be sent to juvenile court for a lesser charge if there was not weapon?
If the case is sent to adult court, the juvenile could face anywhere from 10 to 20 years or life. This is a very serious case. You need to meet with and retain an attorney to defend the case. Has a court date been set?See question
The issue has come across in bad situation, we wantedly didnt do it but videos shows its done as wantedly. we were unable to argue much as this was our first bad experience, how can we come out of this with out affecting our history ?? If I f...
You need to hire a lawyer to help you with your case.See question
He was with his much older cousin who pulled the trigger and blamed it on my seventeen year old grandson. He turned himself in and told the Sheriffs Deputy what took place. He was never tested for gun residue nor was his clothes checked. Also the ...
It certainly sounds like your grandson has issues that need to be explored. You need to speak with several criminal defense attorneys and hire the best one that you can afford and that you feel like you can trust. A lawyer is the only one who can advocate for your grandson, defend his case, deal with the prosecutor and advise him of his options. If you have the time, consult with several attorneys and make your decision. When was he arrested and does he have a court date?See question
Would it be a wise decision If that person is bonded out of county A while county B has a hold on him/her? Should that person have an attorney first or get bonded out first?
It sounds like you may need to get more information about the hold in order to know what the best course of action is in the case. Certainly, hiring an attorney to handle the charges would be a good decision.See question