Jason Allan Sarver’s Answers

Jason Allan Sarver

Rockbridge Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. What is the penalty for juvenile with possession of drug paraphernalia in Ohio?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Jason Allan Sarver
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    2 lawyer answers

    All juvenile charges are considered delinquency. They can all result in detention, curfew, community service, drug testing, drug treatment/drug court, probation, fines, costs and loss of license. Technically, it is a minor misdemeanor though, assuming it was marijuana paraph.

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  2. I've agreed to an interview regarding a theft. The officer has said I'm the main suspect. Will I get arrested if I cancel?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Christopher Lee Beck
    2. Chase Randall Carter
    3. James Lyle Dye Jr.
    4. Jason Allan Sarver
    4 lawyer answers

    The purpose of the interview is the collect evidence AGAINST YOU! You have the right to remain silent and refuse to be interviewed. They probably have already made up their mind anyway.

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  3. If I have a license in Pennsylvania and get it suspended in Ohio can I still drive in PA

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Irina Alexander Vinogradsky
    2. Samuel Cohen
    3. David Mullen
    4. Jason Allan Sarver
    4 lawyer answers

    The interstate compact will cause your license in PA to be blocked until the Ohio issue is resolved.

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  4. Well I had a dui from 09 was sentenced dip class and xompleted it.they wanted 3 months of aa but havent done it what will happen

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason Allan Sarver
    2. Richard C. Southard
    3. Robert Louis Miller
    3 lawyer answers

    PV. Judge might not be too happy you didn't do what you were ordered to do. Could get jail.

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  5. Automobile damage from hit/skip, not claimed in insurance... tax deductible?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Boris Zinovjevic Gorbis
    2. Jason Allan Sarver
    3. Marc Sean Hurd
    4. Richard W Beck
    4 lawyer answers

    I do not believe so, but you should be contacting a CPA, not a PI attorney.

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  6. Tax preparer under investigation by IRS CID.

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason Allan Sarver
    2. Donald Michael Gallick
    3. Henry Daniel Lively
    3 lawyer answers

    You need a good TAX atty quick. Don't mess with a general practice atty or even a regular criminal defense atty.

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  7. BMV says no driving privileges on file, court granted occupational/educational/medical

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason Allan Sarver
    2. Joseph T Ostrowski
    3. Todd Bruce Kotler
    4. Jeffrey Charles Meadows
    4 lawyer answers

    Talk to the clerk of courts and have them pull the file to check whether the judge granted privileges. It is most likely a clerical error that can be easily corrected with a clerk.

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  8. Dose my son timothy rice have a secret indictment out for him?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason Allan Sarver
    2. Joseph T Ostrowski
    3. Jorge Luis Rodriguez
    3 lawyer answers

    If the indictment hasn't been served on him, no one will be able the answer this. It is a secret, private process.

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  9. Can I be charged with a DUI if the police never witnessed me driving>

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Jason Allan Sarver
    2. Marcus Bazzell Boston
    3. Seth A. Blum
    4. Joseph Mcgrath
    4 lawyer answers

    Yes, they can charge you. Operation can be proven through witnesses, circumstantial evidence or your own admissions.

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  10. I had a felony conviction for perjury in Michigan.

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Jason Allan Sarver
    2. Alan James Brinkmeier
    2 lawyer answers

    If your conviction is expunged/sealed (that's a big IF), a potential employer will most likely not be able to see your conviction. There are exceptions for certain professionals (teachers, lawyers, doctors), where the Bar or Boards can see those charges. Prosecutors, law enforcement and courts will still be able to see them. As to your final question, it depends on how the question was asked. Many times it asks the question and says "regardless of whether expunged/sealed."

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