the department of corrections would be the one who will provide you with a tentative release date...if there is an immigration hold, most likely the person will turned over to ICE after the release from the DOC
If you are eligible, you certainly could utilize the provisions of First Offender probation. You definitely need to hire yourself an attorney to ensure that you receive the best possible resolution to this matter. Feel free to contact me should you need more information or guidance. With regards,
P. Darrell Kimbrell
Probaly would be in your interest to hire yourself an attorney as soon as possible so that the attorney can determine how you can get your driving privileges reinstated. Depending upon the charges against you, you are facing fines and possible jail time. Feel free to contact me for more advice. Good Luck.
P. Darrell Kimbrell
Attorney's fees vary from case to case and can range from $500.00 to upwards of $5000.00 for charges such as yours. You are paying for the attorneys time and most importantly experience in handling matters such as yours. Most attorneys will discuss fee arrangments with you in your initial meeting with the attorney. Feel free to contact me as I practice in this Court and would be happy to speak with you. WIth regards,
Generally, if you are a first time offender, you may be eligible for diversion. It is up to the prosecuting attorney to recommend that you be placed into a diversion program. If such a recommendation is made, then you can apply to be accepted into the diversion program. A skilled attorney can help you get placed into this program. Some courts in Cobb County will only consdier allowing you to enter into a diversion program if you have an attorney representing your interest. Best of luck...
generally, you contact a lawyer you would like to help you..... although you may receive mail solicitations advertising services by a lawyer, I would not wait on those to arrive in the mailbox before seeking legal advice on how to handle your situation.... good luck
Your mother has been summoned to Court on the noted date on the citation. Should your mother not appear in Court on the noted date, most likely the Court will issue a warrant for your mother's failure to appear on the given date noted on the citation. This warrant will then be entered into a database which will disseminate that information to all law enforcement agencies. Then should your mother attempt to re-enter the USA, she will be detained until the hold which is issued pursuant to the...
Yes.... You can file at any time.... It is best to have completed all the special conditions required ..... Judges look for reasons to do things such as terminate probation early so you would need to be able to demonstrate why a judge should do this