I'm curious to know if anyone can be arrested or go to jail for a suicide attempt or any other mental health symptoms -self injury, eating disorder, etc. I was under the assumption if someone was living with mental health that they wouldn't be pe...
No the probationer can't be punished for that, the person needs to see a mental health professional asap.See question
I am planning to expatriate from the United States soon under 8 USC § 1481. I'm also currently being prosecuted for a misdemeanor and felony in Minnesota. Does expatriation have any effect on criminal charges from the Minnesota Statutes. I unde...
Expatriation has nothing to do w/it. Everyone is subject to all the laws of Minnesota regardless of whether they are citizens of U.S. or Albania or whatever. You need a good felony trial Atty. to defend you.See question
Someone is facing federal firearm charges. They are being asked to forfeit their firearms. They were not prohibited at the time and are not related to the crime. Their attorney is being paid for by someone who is anti gun and agrees with forfeit. ...
I have heard of attys who say "you should let them forfeit and they won't charge you." I don't generally agree, but facts of all cases are different. Consult a tough experienced Atty asap.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?
Yes you can post bail but don't talk to him or otherwise contact him.See question
On October 2013 I was pulled over because I was reported to be swerving around the road". Unfortunately, I had a marijuana pipe in my car of which was found and so the officer suspected I was on drugs. I cooperated with the Breathalyzer, and fie...
The "facts" you gave are confusing. I don't know why you are saying "re-open" your case unless you plead guilty or perhaps you are talking about your implied consent DL case where you only have 30 days after your DL is revoked to challenge the Revo. ...But I do know this: There's no Washburn Co. in Minnesota (there is Wabasha Co.) so I don't know if your referencing Wisconsin, or what. In any case, consult an experienced tough criminal defense atty. in your area ASAP.See question
Is it a deportable DUI? Am a green card holder. And I want to file for citizenship... How is gonna be an issue. Thanks.
Generally speaking a 2nd DWI in 10 years is not deportable. Any conviction for anything means you can't naturalize for 5 years, unless you are married to a US Citizen, in which it is 3 years after conviction. Consult experienced criminal defense and Immigration attys.See question
The prosecutor canceled the ominous hearing because he had no evidence?
The prosecutor can't unilaterally (on his own) cancel the omnibus, your defense atty. would have to agree to that. If there is "no evidence," then you should bring a probable cause challenge at the omnibus hrg., whenever it is held in the future, and you should win. Consult a highly experienced , tough criminal defense atty. ASAP. If you have an atty. already, then you need to talk to your atty.See question
We have a lawyer in MN and a lawyer in PA, I am due to deliver our baby in 2 weeks and have sent medical documents proving my high risk pregnancy with the hope to speed the process up.
If you have two attorneys why are you fishing for free advice her???See question
A family photo was taken, and in the background was a marijuana pipe. The task force for violent offenders came with local PD with search warrant. Homeowner was charged with Methamphetamines
A pipe is not paraphernalia unless in proximity to drugs...so I would challenge this search warrant.See question
If my husband got a dwi do I have to put whiskey plates on a car that I purchase and title in my name only?
Yes just make sure your name is the only one on there.See question