Can an attorney request to see the evidence the police supposedly has? How long does it take for an application for a warrant by the police to be approved or denied by the Judge? What do both of these mean? What happens it is approved? What happen...
Yes an attorney can request to see the evidence the police has, unless it is still an open investigation. If they have enough evidence, then law enforcement can request a warrant from a judge. This can be as quick as a couple of hours if law enforcement thinks it is something that needs to be searched ASAP. Evidence that can be easily destroyed or will not exist for long are often the causes for law enforcement to act quickly. In other cases it may take a week or two, if law enforcement has no cause to rush the warrant application. If the warrant is approved other law enforcement agencies will be notified to arrest you. If it is denied by the judge, either the police will close their case or continue the investigation. Once the warrant is served, an attorney can obtain the evidence the police has by filing certain documents, if it is still an open case, the attorney can investigate and get an idea of what the police have, but it will not be with 100$ certainty.See question
There was minor damage to the car that collided with me. My motorcycle was totaled. I am being contacted by the car driver's insurance company for a statement about the accident. How should I respond?
Also, was anyone cited for a traffic citation? Contact a traffic attorney as well. The traffic citation disposition is not admissible in a civil suit, but statements made under oath possibly could be used.See question
A female acquaintance of my 19 yr old brother has filed a petition by affidavit for stalking against him. Her claims are completely false and her statement is 4 vague lines long with 3 dates documented where she states he drove by her house and ho...
The hearings are usually fairly short, however, it may take a couple of hours for the case to be called.See question
I need someone to defend me on a possession of cocaine charge and 2nd DUI above .l5 (not in 5 years). I can put 1,000 up front and pay 100 a week. If you can work with me on this, please respond. Thank You for your time.
You can find my contact info online.See question
He had over a year and a half of state probation left (he was on for 2nd & 3rd degree felonies) when failed drug tests, moved, missed checkins, and absconded for over a month before finally being arrested in april. After basically breaking all of ...
In Lee county, they set the hearings quickly, so it is common for VOP hearings to be continued. It can be continued for various reasons, especially if a new law offense is pending.See question
I was charged with drug paraphernalia but all charges were dropped. Can an employer see the details of your arrest in a background check? will they be able to see the PTA I received?
Unless your case was sealed, yes they can see it.See question
I have been living at the Salvation Army for the past year and my time is up but I am on community control. I have had no problems up until my exit date was told to me to leave the S.A. this Friday. I have 13 weeks left on CC.
Contact your PO to explain the future problem. If they violate you, they have to prove the violation was willful.See question
Hello,my wife committed petty theft a little over six years ago and was referred to pre-trial intervention. She went down there the first time but the person in charge of the program was on vacation, she was told to return three days later which s...
Contact a bondsman, find out if there is a bond, if so, get with the bondsman to do a "walk through." She will be processed in, then immediately processed out. It usual only takes a few hours.See question
If someone is out on bond for a pending felony case can they leave the county?
If they are on supervised release, they will need permission. If they are not, they can freely travel, although the bondsman may have a different opinion.See question