Yes law enforcement can actually come back and arrest you on the same charges even if the case was nolle prossed as long as the statue of limitations has not run out. Additionally, they can come arrest you on different charges if the evidence supports it. You need to discuss this situation with an attorney as soon as possible.
It depends on the what the citation was for. If you were cited for attaching tag not assigned then unless you admitted to attaching the tag I am not sure the State Attorney will be able to prove the charge. I recommend that you speak with a criminal defense attorney near about the case.
Your brother is facing up to 15 years for the burglary charge and five years if the grand theft is a third degree felony grand theft. You need to speak with an attorney immediately so the attorney can start to put together a mitigation package and explore any possible defenses your brother may have. Not to mention the attorney can try to negotiate a reduction in charges to maybe a trespassing and petit theft.
This question is very complex because 1) you need to ask your lawyer in Texas what exactly does does defferred adjudication mean? Is it a diversion program where the charges will get dropped after you complete the program? 2) even if you fight the charges you will still have to explain away what happened so I am not sure that is the best solution. In any case you need to be truthful and honest when applying for your license. 3) You need a lawyer in Florida. I suggest that you speak with a...
Sounds to me like your boyfriends public defender has a conflict and should remove himself from the case. I suggest that you talk to the public defender's supervisor and adivce them of the situation. I would email them as well so that you have something in writing tell them that you want to see your discovery and the fact that you believe there is a conflict with your lawyer.
I agree that your lawyer is correct. You need to discuss with your lawyer if there is a remedy for you to recover the car. If you have not been served with "notice of forfeiture" then the car is only evidence and the police is not seizing the car. Discuss these issues with your attorney.
Yes your son has a defense it is called "self defense" and no he should not plead no contest because this is in essence "guilty" and your son will not have the opportunity to challenge the battery charge. Contact a local attorney ASAP.