Most of the time, an attempt of a crime will drop the degree of charge one slot down. A second degree felony will become a third degree, a third degree felony will beome a first degree misdeameanot and so on.
The problem you are facing is answered in 774.04 (4)(d). Basically, when it is a burglary of a third degree (which burglary of unoccupied structure is) then the attempt of it is not charged as a lesser degree crime, and it continues to be punishable as a 3rd degree felony. I have...
It depends on whether the State files it as a felony or misdemeanor. He needs to do whatever it takes to get an attorney to advocate and negotiate EARLY, with the State Attorney's Office. The maximum 5 years in prison on the DUI if a felony is filed. He could receive anywhere from just probation to the 5 years. Although at least some jail time is likely. he will also face a mandatory permanent Driver License revocation.
Get a local attorney to help fight this. And get your husband some...
You need to try to negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure with the bank. The bank needs to foreclose on your property interest a quit claim deed, on its own will not be effective to totally remove you from being named in a foreclosure action. Call me for more information.
The HOA will place a lien on the property for the amounts that you owe. They will then be able to foreclose the lien and have the house sold at a foreclosure sale, even if you are current with the bank. I suggest you work something out with the HOA.
It depends on your prior record, the Judge your case is assigned to, and the prosecutor.
You should hire a criminal defense attorney to look through your case to see if there are any defenses or whether your rights have been violated.
If you plea and it is your first charge, you should be facing a probation with drug conditions.
Again, hire an attorney, I offer free consultations.
It sounds like there was some appellate issue, if so, your probation and sentence should have been stayed during the pendency of the appeal.
Without more information it is hard to educate you. You need to speak with the lawyer handling your case and seek advice, or ask a more specific question and give more of a background.
It depends on the reason that you have not paid the cost/fees/restitution- It appears that if it is a 3f GT, then you will be out of time and can not get your probation extended.
To find you in violation of probation for failure to pay cost/ fees/ and restitution, the State will have to proof that your not paying was "willful." If you have been making every effort possible, then you may be able to have the outstanding costs assessed as a lien. You need to try to pay as much as possible...
A pre trial intervention program is a program in which the state and defendant come to an agreement that if the defendant successfully completes certain terms, the state will dismiss the charge.
The terms of the pti vary by charge. It is usually a good idea to complete pti if the attorney recommends it.