I have never been arrested before in my life
No. You did not break the law. However, you may be liable for the bond.See question
just found out that someone had a warrant out for me from back in the old 3/4 theft charge that I really don't know anything about and I was just trying to see if the statue of limitation up on that charge
The statute of limitations is 2 years. However, the warrant may satisfy the statute.See question
When i was 14,i had sexual intercourse with my 20 year old boyfriend,i got pregnant and he has been paying for all my financial expenses since than,i moved in with him and his family because my mom had me sleeping in a living room on a couch, i am...
He cannot pay to make these charges go away. He can be charged with several serious felonies since you were under 16 years old.See question
The case was dismissed, I never even went to court. The document states the severity is felony and then next is says the severity is unknown, disposition dismissed. The literal charge is sodomy (I never touched anyone). In the next section it sa...
You need to apply for restriction so the charge will be removed from your criminal history.See question
Our attorney requested this almost 4 weeks ago. Can the DA take their time sending it?
The prosecutor must provide discovery 10 days before trial. However, most prosecutors will provide discovery way before this time.See question
I was arrest in 1984 in possession of cocaine & marijuana in 1984. Both were small amounts,never had a firearm .In 1997, I applied for my rights to be restored only received the right to vote. HOW Difficult would it be to get my rights to bear arm
You should apply again, and see if they will restore your rights.See question
Son was charged with DUI of marijuana. He is 20 years old and never been in trouble before. He was stopped for not having his headlights on. We are trying to get a ballpark of what type of punishment to expect. Thank you
The penalties vary from judge to judge, but generally speaking he is looking at a fine between $300 and $1,000 plus court costs, 40 hours of community service, DUI School, a drug and alcohol evaluation, 1 MADD VIP Panel, 24 hours in jail (some judges send people back to jail while others do not), and 11 months and 29 days o probation. The probation might become non-reporting once your son completes everything. A conviction to DUI misdemeanor generates a harsher license suspension than a DUI alcohol conviction. The marijuana DUI suspension is at least 6 months with no limited permit available for work, school, etc. This is a hard suspension. DUI Marijuana cases can be very hard for prosecutors to prove so i recommend speaking with an attorney before doing anything.See question
if the accused can prove that they were incarcerated or did not know victim during the dates given to the court in signed affidavit, can the victim change dates
The victim can change their story at anytime, but this is going to put their credibility in serious jeopardy.See question
I have a female friend 17 years old, I am a 21 year old male and we both live in the state of GA. My friend went to the doctor with her mother and ended up getting a prescription written based on test results told to the mother the mother did not ...
Yes. This is illegal. Your friend should Google the medicine, and see what it is commonly prescribed for.See question
My son wants to know if he get a lawyer will he do a speed trial
Please see my answer to your other post.See question