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Jason H. Ingraham

Chamblee Violent Crime Lawyer.

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  1. What need to be proven for aggrivated assault

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Michael Jason Rhoades
    2. Jason H. Ingraham
    3. George F. Mccranie IV
    3 lawyer answers

    There is no requirement that an injury occur for someone to be charged with aggravated assault. The only legal requirement is that someone is placed in fear of receiving bodily injury. Aggravated assault is very serious, and I agree with the first answer in that you need to hire an attorney as soon as possible to start working on this case for you.

    2 lawyers agreed with this answer

  2. What is detainer charges of SOID?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason H. Ingraham
    2. S. Carlton Rouse
    2 lawyer answers

    In the DeKalb county jail that detainer is only in place until the sheriff can positively confirm someone's ID through fingerprints. Once the ID has been confirmed, that detainer is lifted (usually upon booking out). That does not mean that they are confirming anyone as the perpetrator of a crime, just as the person they say they are. This is to cut down on false names, etc. I would be happy to talk to you further about this false arrest if you want to call my office.

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  3. Where do I look to see if a charge of an indicted, but not tried in court, aggravated assault case has been dead docketed?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Michael Jason Rhoades
    2. Jason H. Ingraham
    3. James Regan
    3 lawyer answers

    There are also different types of "dead docket" orders. It depends on who asked for the dead docket, when it was filed, why it was filed, etc. Cases like this can come back up if they were on the dead docket because of a bench warrant, the defense requested it, etc. You might want an attorney to look into the clerk's file.

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  4. W of percentage of your time do you have to do in prison in georgia!

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason H. Ingraham
    2. S. Carlton Rouse
    2 lawyer answers

    That depends on a number of factors, and isn't a simple calculation of a percentage. Parole date is based on things like: Age at the time of the conviction (and age at the time of first conviction), number of convictions on his history, the details of the conviction itself (the parole board will read the transcript from the judge's sentencing and/or plea transcript), the likelihood of successful completion of parole (based on many of these same factors). Two people could be paroled at...

  5. I have a pending charge for simple assault because of an altercation btwn me and a room ate how can I speed up the trial process

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason H. Ingraham
    2. Joel Richard Beck
    3. William Thomas Kemp III
    4. James Regan
    4 lawyer answers

    An attorney might be able to speed up the process by talking with the prosecutor about your case. You will not be able to get it expunged until the court process is completed.

  6. This is my second forgery charge how much time im looking

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason H. Ingraham
    1 lawyer answer

    There are many different factors to consider in answering your question. They include the jurisdiction where you are charged, the particular judge that has your case, the particular prosecutor, any other criminal charges you have had, your age, the facts of the case.... you should talk to a lawyer who is familiar with the particular court where you are charged. The felony charge of '1st degree forgery' carries up to 10 years in prison in Georgia.

  7. This is my second forgery charge how much time im looking

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Benjamin David Goldberg
    2. Jason H. Ingraham
    3. Brett Ladd
    3 lawyer answers

    There are many different factors to consider in answering your question. They include the jurisdiction where you are charged, the particular judge that has your case, the particular prosecutor, any other criminal charges you have had, your age, the facts of the case.... you should talk to a lawyer who is familiar with the particular court where you are charged. The felony charge of '1st degree forgery' carries up to 10 years in prison in Georgia.

  8. Is it normal for the arresting officer to charge the accused for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Brett Ladd
    2. Jason H. Ingraham
    3. Robert West
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with the other answers here, talk to a lawyer first. Don't say anything else to anyone, including the police. The best thing an accused person can do it consult an expert who knows the system like a criminal defense lawyer. There is no "interview with the judge" for an accused. I would also add that "aggravated assault with a deadly weapon" is routinely charged by police. It does not mean that person is going to be convicted of that charge, or even formally charged with that...

  9. If there are priors & convictions from guilty pleas (no violent & drug related), what is possible time faced for armed robbery?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    2. Zachary Cryder Shaffer
    3. Jason H. Ingraham
    4. James Regan
    4 lawyer answers

    In my jurisdiction the short answer is 10 years (no parole) to life. You should consult a lawyer in the specific locale that you are asking about though. This is a good example of why you need to sign up to meet with an lawyer who knows the specific practice area. Call someone for a free consultation.

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  10. What does dismissal without leave by da mean

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason H. Ingraham
    1 lawyer answer

    In some states that means that a judge dismissed the charge and it was against the wishes of the prosecutor. There are several ways to dismiss charges, including with or without permission of the DA. This would appear to be "without permission."

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