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  • Can i have some advice and how to clear our names and what do i do next , we have been wrongly accused of slapping my children

    i had a visit of social services saying they had a caller who withheld there name saying thecould here slapping noises and shouting all the time which makes me sick i would never hit my children and i have only moved into the propety 1 month ago ,...

    Madana’s Answer

    If CPS is investigating the case, there is nothing you can do to stop them. You need to hire an attorney to advise you as to how to conduct yourself during this time.

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  • Is there any states that wont allow extradition if I have a felony warrant in Utah?

    I have a clean record,but am just curious.

    Madana’s Answer

    No.

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  • Can I still get arrested if caught stealing but left before the cops showed?

    I was noticed by another customer shoplifting. I left and the cops were called. Newspaper says the matter is under investigation

    Madana’s Answer

    Depends on whether there is enough evidence to suggest you were the person who committed the crime. Crimes sometimes get resolved days, weeks, months or years after they were committed. There's nothing you can do but wait and see.

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  • Will a first offender for a misdemeanor in GA show up on background checks?

    When I was 17 I made a huge a mistake and decided to shoplift. The total was about $40. I was arrested and taken to jail. I used first offenders and completed probation so will this show up on a background check for a job?

    Madana’s Answer

    It depends on whether you were treated as a juvenile or plead under some kind of diversion program. Some states allow the opportunity to have the charge wiped off an offender's record after successful completion of probation. If this is not the case, you can look into whether you are eligible for an expungement.

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  • I got charged for contribution to juvenile delinquency, what can I expect? Is it going to stop me from going to med school?

    I gave my 16 y/o friend my license and he used it to get into a bar. I was arrested for contribution to juvenile delinquency. I think this was kind of a harsh punishment because I didn't know what he was going to use it for, but I did give it to ...

    Madana’s Answer

    Don't even think about handling this case without an attorney. If you have plans to get into medical school, you need to make sure you have ever consideration possible in your pending criminal case.

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  • Can a person change a no contest to not guilty prior to sentencing? A deal to reduce bail and the charge for a no contest

    My 27 year old son has a problem with alcohol. He has had inpatient treatment in the past for dui and several run ins with the city prosecutor. He is awaiting sentencing for simple battery as a result of an incident involving myself. He lives with...

    Madana’s Answer

    If someone has plead guilty to a charge, they can file a motion to withdraw their guilty plea if the facts of their case and their situation warrant a finding that the guilty plea was made unknowingly, involuntarily or unintelligently.

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  • I was recently charged with a burglary charge. Being that my charge isn't drug related will I be drug tested?

    My Pre Trial Intervention is in Virginia

    Madana’s Answer

    It depends on your judge. Each judge sets his/her own bond requirements.

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  • If I have a warrant can I go visit someone in a city jail

    Just found out I have a warrant in Tennessee but I'm in va an that's where I want to visit is in va

    Madana’s Answer

    If you have a warrant for your arrest, you should turn yourself in and deal with the situation head on. It is better to turn yourself in than to get arrested on the warrant.

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  • My younger brother has been caught at school selling weed. He has a record already with a felony.

    My younger brother just got off of probation in August of 2012, and had served time in a troubled adolescent house for three years. His last charge was something along the lines of rape or molestation. I am afraid that the court will decide to tak...

    Madana’s Answer

    You have to hire an attorney to help you through the situation. He already has a criminal history, so he may be facing some jail time. To answer your question, he is not allowed to leave the state while a case is pending, so if you were considering moving out of state, the answer is no.

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  • I gave $500 dollars for a deposit on a rental but did not move in. Can I get my deposit back?

    He will not return it because he said that he took it off the market when I know that he did not. I gave him the money one day and the very next day I found a cheaper apartment. Did I lose my money or can I sue in small claims court?

    Madana’s Answer

    Review the landlord/tenant code. Every state has a different code and some will explicitly deal with this issue.

    Also, keep in mind you may have to pay a filing fee if you want to pursue this in court. You may also have to take time off work to pursue this matter in court. An equally important consideration to make is-- will you lose more money by filing this suit?

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