I haven't been to court yet but because I'm a licensed insurance agent, I must report to the commissioner a change in my background. I was arrested for pimping. If I don't disclose the arrest, my license can be suspended or revoked without a heari...
First and foremost, you need to retain counsel to handle this for you and help guide you through it. Reporting that you have been arrested is not the same as admitting you committed a crime. You are correct, however, that you may face discipline either way which one again circles back around to the need to hire counsel immediately.See question
My fiance is on first offenders probation. He got in trouble for somethin he was innocent on, but his probation violated him an sent him to a work release center. He escaped. Got a year for escape. His probation is trynna get some probation revoke...
Hiring a lawyer in general or any specific lawyer does not guarantee that the outcome will be any different or that it will be successful. Hiring a lawyer, however, greatly increases the chances of a better outcome. While hiring a lawyer may have been more helpful at several points earlier, a lawyer may still be able to make a big difference in the outcome.See question
contuious so took a plee of 10-25 years and 40 years probation lawyer reasured that he wold only give 15 because he knew him came out with 25 years and 60 years probation and added medical to pay should i file for appeal also same lawyer said i co...
Interview attorneys and hire one.See question
I was visiting GA and was arrested for Fin card fraud I lived out of state and was given a public defender who told me just dont come back to GA I signed up for a in store credit card with all my correct information was issued a card bought a few ...
You need to hire counsel and provide them with all the information and records. There are no guarantees as to the result but that is the best way to attempt to clear this up.See question
I heard investigators only try to make you incriminate yourself. it is wise to just not speak to them and wait to see what happens
You have a constitutional right to decline. I just posted a blog on my website regarding this exact issue at http://www.wallacklaw.com/category/your-rights/See question
Subject was accused of killing his girlfriend. Subject retained an attorney but no witnesses were called by the defense. Now subject is seeking an experienced attorney for an appeal. Is an appeal appropriate or a new trial? Subject has contacted s...
A motion for new trial would likely be the appropriate next step so that subject's appellate counsel can make a record for appeal as necessary for certain issues such as ineffective assistance of counsel. As for as the fee, I can't speak for other attorneys, but I will typically estimate a fee range based on factors such as the charges, the length of the trial, and defenses/issues raised by the trial attorney at or before trial.See question
What can be done to help him and if time is of the essence here then consider this a contract between yourself and us at the standard average fee and duties that you perform from day to day.. Arrested on 12-30-12, Brandon Harrawood, born 08-25-87,...
Mr. Harrawood shows released on the Fulton County Jail website. If he is still in custody, I would be happy to discuss representation with you for him. My office number is (404) 919-4411.See question
My cousin will go to court on the 3rd of Jan, the lawyer said he would work harder if she paid an additional 4k and he is a court appointed Lawyer.
Should we get a lawyer? this is her first offence with the law. She has never even gotten a speeding ticket. She went into TJmax to drop off a bill and a lady in the parking lot called the police.
Yes, you should absolutely get an attorney as this could not only effect her licensure, it could conceivably result in jail time or other restraints on her liberty in the form of probation conditions.See question
My father posted my bond, cash money in full without a bondsman. Is he able to revoke that bond, get his money back and send me back to jail?
Yes and no. Your father could come off of your bond, which would mean sending you back to jail and getting his money returned. Your bond amount, however, would remain the same and could be posted (re-posted) by you or someone else through cash, property, or a bonding company.See question