Bank robbery with a gun 2nd time felon same crime
There is a good chance that the Feds will seek an indictment to charge you with this offense.See question
Two passangers may or may not have made statements
Now is definitely the time to start looking into hiring an attorney. Most likely the suspected drugs have been sent to be tested and once the results are in, assuming they come back positive, you will be charged. At this point, do not speak with the police or make any other statements.See question
Details: 1st time offense, no prior driving violations. age 43. Failed roadside tests also. Thinking to plead straight up as fighting the implied consent usually is to no avail. Take his lumps or contact prosc for plea deal. If deal what would you...
He may be able to accomplish some of these goals, although his chances would increase with the assistance if an experienced attorney to negotiate in his behalf. The good news is he's being proactive in already undergoing the assessment, which could play to his benefit. I suggest calling a few attorneys and seeing if there is a good fit for you and your husband.
I hope you find this information helpful and I wish you the best of luck.See question
do i plead guilty
No, don't simply plea guilty. Try to keep this off your record. Bring your new proof of insurance to court and talk to the prosecutor. Or, retain an attorney to fight for youSee question
Charged with a misdemeanor for theft in April 2013. Restitution paid in full already. Landed several job interviews but denied for all because of charge. Feeling really hopeless right now. Will an expungement help with gaining a job?
Yes, you sound like a perfect candidate for an expungement. This will greatly increase your likelihood of landing a successful job. It's a complicated process with a lot of paperwork involved, so it would be in your best interest to retain an attorney to assist you with the process.See question
I was convicted of 1 forth degree and 1fifth degree sales of a controlled substance which should have been dropped to a misdemeanor after I finished my probation. I was also convicted of 1 fourth degree possession of a controlled substance which w...
You will need to petition the court to restore your firearm rights. The price will likely vary depending on the attorney; however, keep in mind that there is also a filing fee involved (I believe that will be around $327).See question
The Co. Attorney was offering a Stay of Judification for the Felony and a Fine. But when my public defender wouldn't get me a new court date on my sentencing date, or the date I was going to take the plea, (when he knew I was having car trouble t...
It would be in your best interest to contact a few private attorneys. If possible, you should retain one in order to try to straighten this out, or negotiate a better resolution. In addition, there may be possible defenses that need to be explored.See question
I was stuck with a small possesion and paraphanilia citation .seeing that its my first offense is there a good possibility for discharge. And do I need a lawyer for this process
Yes, it is possible to get this dismissed. Although having an attorney is not a requirement, you would likely have a better chance at success if you retained an attorney for this case.See question
So last Saturday I was being stupid and got pulled over whiled parked on the side of the rode by Skyline in Duluth, MN. I gave up early admitting I had a bottle in the backseat, and also had possesion of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraph...
It would certainly be in your best interest to retain an attorney. The court system is very complicated and not something you should try to navigate in your own.See question
Challenging a stop in mn. If the police report differs from what happened eg times(squad video has a diff time from the cops report and booking report), spot where cop was located at time of speed clocking. Officer mention on the straight line wa...
Yes, you can challenge the stop. This is tough to prevail on, but depending on all the facts it could be worth trying. There are many defenses to DWI cases and you should retain an experienced attorney to represent you and make sure your rights are being protected.See question