my husband was sentenced to 3yrs in prison and has been in jail since dec 21 2011
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 different times for the very same crime based on the different factors that the parole board considers.See question
The person who was assaulted said she was hit with something when she ranned up to the car. when the ambulance came they check her for breathing not no injury, they couldnt find no object in the car
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.See question
I am 24 unemployed and need to get this expunged ASAP so I can have a career.I have never been in trouble before every time I go to the court house they say I have to wait in line and nothing can be takin out of order I feel like I am being discri...
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.See question
i didnt get any money
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.See question
my son was falsey arrested for bugulary and I need to know what does (DETAINER CHARGES SOID) mean?
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.See question
Long arrest history from drug related activity with prior convictions-all guilty pleas, and the person commits their first armed robbery, along with a probation violation. What could the possible sentencing become?
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.See question
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."See question
My fiancee had his hearing for his Minimum term of imprisonment. How do I go about finding out what the decision or length of his min sentance is now?
You can check with a local law library, there are usually reference librarians that can point you in the right direction. Find out the code section that he has been charged with and they can tell you how to look up the code section and the minimum and maximum sentences.See question
2 cts aggravated assault, charged and indicted 8 years ago, never tried in court, shows no disposition on criminal history report. This case is in Georgia. Need to have disposition of dismissed placed on record, but have not contacted D.A. becaus...
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.See question