My father got a dui in August, he was sitting in his van with the keys in the ignition. The vehicle was off and he was not planning on driving. He was on the phone with my brother when the cops walked up on him, he was asking my brother for a ride...
Yes, there are possible ways to fight this in court and receive a favorable outcome. His best chance will be with an attorney, so it is important to retain and an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. The police and prosecutors have already begun preparing their case, so it's important that your father's attorney also has ample time.
I hope you find this information helpful and I wish your family the best of luck.See question
He was charged with 1) driving after revocation 2) uninsured vehicle 3) Felony probation violation on 1st Deg. Burglary
Yes, a good lawyer will definitely help his cause. Obviously, the chances of prevailing depend on all the facts of the case; however, a good attorney will fight for his client's rights and make sure all possible defenses are explored.See question
On May 30th I was pulled over for having a head light burnt out and "failure to use a turn signal". My turn signal was also burnt out. My friend spilt a beer in my truck so after smelling alcohol the officer requested me to take a sobriety test. I...
Yes, it is strongly recommended that you retain an experienced attorney who can defend you case in court. A dismissal is possible (but not guaranteed), but it will take a lot of hard work by your attorney to achieve.See question
Friend offered to pick me up from school to go to the mall. To cut the story short, my friend ended up getting into a fight, where another girl was stabbed. In an attempt to get the girl to safety, I was attacked by the girl with the knife and her...
Yes, it is possible, but it's not guaranteed. A prosecutor will need a reason to dismiss the case. If you have not done so already, now is a good time to retain an attorney who can began discussing the case with the prosecutor.See question
My boyfriend and I got into a physical fight and he went to jail while I went to the hospital. We were both at fault and he got the bad end of it. He was charged with a 5th degree domestic assualt and a danco was ordered. We have kids together who...
Yes, the DANCO can be lifted; however, that decision is up to the judge. The court system tends to error on the side of caution when it come to domestic cases, so there's a good chance the judge will keep it in place (especially given the fact that you ended up in the hosptial). In all likelihood the prosecutor will not agree to the DANCO being lifted, which will make it even more difficult. The most important thing right now is for your boyfriend to obtain an experienced attorney to fight for his rights. Domestic cases carry many potential consequences, so its never too early to start preparing his defense.See question
Felony theft of firearm and Felony possession of controlled substance in the presence of valunerable adults
According to the Court File number your provided (78-CR-15-101), you are being charged with Gross Misdemeanor Domestic Assault (Subsequent Offense).See question
I want to post my kids fathers bail, but there is a no contact order. Would this be a violation of the No Contact Order?
You can post his bail; however, do have any direct or indirect contact with him. That means no one else is to pass along messages to him either. A no contact order is very serious and any violations could mean him going back to jail and possible additional criminal charges.See question
First offense, gross misdemeanor
The answer depends on several different factors. With this being your first offense, the most important thing is to resolve it in a way that will not result in a conviction.See question
Two charges were plead guilty without appearance (the third: "Driver Must Carry Proof of Insurance" was dismissed). I am interested in having all three charges expunged. Full history accessible at mncourts.gov.
We are not allowed to solicit business on this site; however, you may contact is directly. I suggest you get ahold of a few different attorneys to find the best fit for you.See question
He has a no contacted order but he keeps calling her and wants her to drop the charges. He was charged with a gross misdemeanor on it but he is telling her to go in and sign papers to drop it
The prosecutor is the only one who can drop the charge. Even if she does not want to go forward, the State may still pursue the case (especially is they find out he's contacting her). He is also committing a separate criminal offense.See question