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
My boyfriend tried to out ride the police on his motorcycle by speeding, they eventually caught up to him because he crashed and broke his leg. We didn't hear anything about a court date or possible sentencing until 3 months after the accident. H...
This depends on many different factors; however, he may possible only receive probation or he may end up doing time. He should retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to increase his chances of not serving time.See question
My bf charged with it
He is being charged with a criminal sexual conduct offense. This is very serious and it's important that his case is handled appropriately.See question
In Mn. and possibly being charged with felony fleeing in motor vehicle and on foot, child endangerment, and domestic assault. Suspect has mental health issues that need to be addressed and afraid of going to jail and not getting help needed. How ...
No, they won't automatically give him the maximum sentence. Depending on the circumstances, he may have possible defenses to the charge. At the very least, the issues you describe could be used as mitigating factors in receiving a lesser sentence. If he hasn't already done so, it is important that he retain an attorney and start preparing he case as soon as possible.
I hope you find this information helpful and I wish him the best of luck.See question
My son was charged with domestic assault. he is mental ill patient and the day he was arrested he was off medication and was hearing voices and had not slept over three days. he has no record and has no violence tenancy at all. He called the cops ...
It's possible, but not a guarantee. It depends on the other evidence in the case and at this point it's in the prosecutor's hands. I suggest you contact the prosecuting office and let them know your thoughts on the case.See question
Hello Esquires. I would like to know if it's even possible for an attorney to challenge in personam jurisdiction for their client in a criminal court? Does hiring an attorney automatically give the court personal jurisdiction over the defendant?...
It's certainly possible that the prosecutor may not even have probable cause against you and you could prevail on a motion to dismiss. I would never recommend filing anything without an attorney. Your best bet is to retain an attorney and he/she can attack the evidence in the case.See question