theres been guy he been missing for years he was murdered i know who did it but afraid to say anything i was never questioned by police can i be charged just for knowing that
You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney to discuss your options and whether you could be charged. Keep in mind that this website is an open forum. Anything you write about is not confidential. You need to meet with and retain an attorney to get the advice for your case.See question
I have accusations of two theft by taking charges for Walmart totaling to 24,000 on first offenders but I didn't violate it because the Walmart charge happened before the new charge I caught last December . We are looking for a Lawyer but only ha...
Most attorneys will work out payment plans on cases but it depends on many factors: the seriousness of the case, the judge, the prosecutor, and when the case is scheduled for court. Most attorneys will give you a free consultation. I would recommend discussing the case with several and then choosing the best attorney you can afford.See question
I just got out of prison August of 2014 I am working but my boys which are 19 and 21 keep my mind congested with there troubles wgarvdo i do I found put it was on the 10th
im order to answer your question, most attorneys are going to need more information about your case. Is it a felony or misdemeanor or traffic ticket? Who is your judge? What type of court date did you miss? In most situations, you will need to hire an attorney to file a motion or contact the court about withdrawing the bench warrant.See question
I was given first offender status for poss of a controlled substance felony charge in 2009. While I was on probation, I was arrested for drinking underage and worked out a conditional discharge (6 months probation, fine etc.). I informed the head...
If you successfully completed probation under 1st offender and your status was never revoked, the judge cannot refuse to sign the discharge. I had this exact situation come up in Cobb County (under Judge Kreeger) and filed a motion and it was corrected for my client. You need to hire and attorney to get this corrected for you so you can get that gelony temoved from your record.See question
He is in jail for a armed robbery somebody else said he did and that's the only evidence and he has a bond for it but he was on probation when it happened and now he has a probation hold and the hold is also for a dirty urine that he already took ...
Armed robbery is an extremely serious charge. You need to meet with and hire an attorney to handle the case if your fiancé doesn't have one already.See question
I am not a felon, my girl friend and I got into a agruement nd neighbors called police
If you get convicted of a domestic violence charge, you cannot possess a firearm. You need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to make sure you can protect your rights.See question
My attorney has been representing me in a matter that has been on-going since 2008. It was finally set for a trial date for Aug. 10th. The assistant DA and my attorney had reached a form of a "deal" back in May but the Asst DA has taken July off a...
If your attorney is closing his or her practice, you might find yourself without one. You need to get clarification from your attorney as his status concerning your case. Attorneys can't just drop cases because they have gotten a new job. The judge has to allow them to withdraw from the case. Once you find out the attorney's status, you can decide whether to hire someone else.See question
my brother was taken to jail for an alleged armed robbery
When was your brother convicted and in what county?See question
They are both misdemeanor offenses
Your fiancé needs an attorney to help him with his case. Who is his judge?See question
I called DA staff and I was told DA normally does not support early termination. So is it NO GO? 2/5 years in 5 year first offender probation.Are DA normally against early termination in Georgia, is it normal or by law they should be against term...
In order for you to get your best chance at terminating your probation, you need to hire an attorney. DA's will normally oppose closing probation early, but the legislature has enacted new laws encouraging judges to do it. Especially with individuals under first offender. Hiring an attorney will help you present your case in the best way possible and give you the best chance of success.See question