I was told that if I want to move to MN with my girlfriend who is having our child that I would have to marry her first??? Is that true??? And why?
I have never heard that requirement before. If a probation officer or some other official is telling you that, and that is blocking your attempt to move, then you need to consult with a criminal defense attorney. Unreasonable conditions imposed on this end can be dealt with in court. Good luck.See question
This happened in Jacksonville Florida, need to speak with a lawyer tht has sued JSO and the city of jacksonville Florida
You require a civil rights attorney to evaluate your case. There are several in the area. If you wish to receive a referral, please call my office. Good luck.See question
I have a warrant several years old. Would it still show up on a driver's license check from a traffic stop even though I have a new name?
That's tough to answer. As already mentioned, the odds increase if your name change was a legal name change and papers were filed. However, it also depends on the agency, the charge the warrant is for, and other factors. It would be best to presume it would show up and take care of it if possible because it could pop up at an airport, border crossing, etc. when you least expect it.
Old warrants can often be cleared by several means, depending on the charge. Consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney to learn your options. Good luck.
James a taylor
Depending on the facts of the case, and whether or not you can hire an attorney, you would proceed to have the warrant recalled. If you can hire or consult with an attorney, that attorney should be able to assess the case and work to make getting the warrant recalled as smoothly and easily as possible and then proceed to assist you in defending the case.
If you don't have a lawyer, then you would likely have to turn yourself in and go to court before a judge will inquire as to your status and appoint a lawyer to represent you from that point on.
As far as fighting the case, that would take a look at all available documents to determine age of the case, the evidence, the credibility of any witnesses, and other factors. Then we would discuss the various options to proceed. Get a consult or two. And, good luck.
Sorry, can't give any details yet as it will jeopardize my case. Thank you very much!.
The answer depends, first of all, on our opinions, which may be biased, and on the type of case, and knowledge of the current status of attorneys within the respondent's circle.
Come in for a consult. Consults held in contemplation of potential hiring are completely confidential. We offer refer to attorneys better equipped, for that case at that moment, than ourselves. Good luck.
My husband was arrested in Miami Dade with a warrant from Duval county. He spent 2 weeks in jail in Dade before he was transported to Duval, and he is being in Duval for 16 days already. In total it's been 31 days since his arrest.
All the other answers are correct, but be advised that noticing the state the deadline is looming may simply compel them to file prior to the deadline. They almost always can generate a reason for the extension that a judge will accept. And, at the end of the 40 days, some action must be taken to get the release to occur. The state should move on it in conjunction with his attorney. However, a private attorney may be best situated to ensure the process is fair and the system held accountable. Good luck.See question
I was arrested in Jacksonville Florida for prostitution in 2009. I want to know how I can get it sealed or expunged because it is so embarrassing and it is ruining my life. Please help me!
You require someone to review the record and disposition then advise on options. I have had an adjudication vacated to enable application to seal, when necessary, and others require a more typical approach of application and petition. Either way, an attorney can assess, guide, and assist. Good luck.See question
An outside party called the police about us smoking near a daycare and burger king. Paraphenalia was left in plain sight, cops searched the car and found two grams of marijuana as well as 3 pieces of paraphenalia and a scale in the car. I was deta...
You should get represented by a private attorney to minimize the consequences from the range of possible outcomes. Early intervention is the single best thing to do at this stage, and only a private attorney can do that for you.
Having someone examine your case for defenses and options is critical. It may be possible to have charges dropped, for example, or ever being filed in the first place. Consult with a competent criminal defense attorney soon. Good luck.
I was riding with someone and was rearended by a car and pushed into a car in front of the car I was riding in
You should have no trouble locating an accident / injury attorney. If you wish to discuss the case locally, please feel free to make an appointment for a consult. If we aren't the best to handle the case, we can refer you to someone trusted. As stated by others, there are time limits for filing and evidence and records are best gathered when fresh, so do consult with someone sooner rather than later.See question
My son broke into his ex-girlfriends house while she was not at home, stole her laptop and a game system. I found the items and turned him in after talking with his ex-girlfriend who only said her laptop and game system was taken. When arrested ...
You ask many good questions, but none can be answered fully here. It does sound as though there might be appealable issues in the trial, but whether or not any single instance of conduct could make a difference is unknown. You require an experienced appellate attorney to review the case immediately or, if you cannot afford an attorney, certainly follow the appeal the public defender's office should file.
You raise many issues, but a full transcript needs to be reviewed for a full response, so please consult with appellate attorneys soon, as appeals can be time limited, to see what issues might be raised and argued. Good luck.