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Martin W. Judnich

Martin Judnich’s Answers

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  • How long could it take for the U.S. Marshals to charge him or get some sort of paperwork?

    So about a month ago my bf got sentenced in the state on felony burglary and criminal mischief and about 2 months prior had got sentenced on 2 more felony burglaries and a misdemeanor theft. Hes been in jail for 6 months and he recently asked what...

    Martin’s Answer

    You should contact his attorney for the State convictions, they can clear it up. A federal hold can mean lots of things.

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  • What punishment and/or jail-time am i facing if i plead guilty? Should i plead guilty or fight it? No charges have been filed.

    I recently made fake winning keno tickets for some local casinos. One ticket i cashed out for 800 dollars. Then at another casino i cashed one out for 500 dollars. And at a 3rd casino i cashed one for 500 dollars.

    Martin’s Answer

    Just wait, they will. This is a very common scheme that people get busted for all the time. It is just a matter of time of when the detective can get enough time to get to your case.

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  • My fiancé violated probation for brass knuckles. He was on 8 year paper and was 6 years in good with no legal issues. On the day

    I am in need of lawyer

    Martin’s Answer

    What is the question here? Is he in trouble? Yes. It doesn't really matter if you are good on probation for every single day other than the last day of it, if you are in violation on the very last day, you are still in violation and can be revoked. Go speak with and retain a good criminal defense attorney in that area.

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  • How does a restricted license after an OWAI conviction work?

    My questions involve a restricted license following an alcohol related conviction. First, if the license is only for school, work and medical purposes how can you fill your car with gas? Second, if you plead guilty to a local ordinance cal...

    Martin’s Answer

    Looks like Frank had this one pegged for you. If the police stop you on your restricted license, you should ensure you are going somewhere allowed, but it is not so restrictive you can't stop for gas or groceries.
    Hopefully you will ensure you get a full license and insurance when you are able to fully drive again, because once you start getting your license suspended, the trend is that it keeps happening until you can never get it back again.

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  • Can I sue someone on my adult children's behalf?

    2 children co-owner of property given to them as COLLATERAL for 2 student loans they got for parent. 3 yrs later BIo-father in arrears 90K so 1 child strong-armed into signing their half over to new step-mom. New step-mom/bio-father refuse to sel...

    Martin’s Answer

    This is pretty complex; as property disputes often are. Due to the nature of property being collateral, and possibility of these children being minors - I'd suggest you find yourself an attorney to speak with in person - Helena is full of them. (maybe check out Mark Landcaster over there) Should be someone that specializes in property matters, but there is a contract issue here too. Minors cannot enter into contracts, so there may be an issue there as to if they even can be a part of this collateral contract. Best of luck.

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  • Can they release the info on why that person has a violation at jail booking

    Probation violation

    Martin’s Answer

    Who is they? What info has been released?

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  • How do I get myself and my significant other out of trouble?

    My significant other has a pfma charge, I want to drop it, state won't let me. I got advice from a friend to leave it alone and not speak with anyone and there won't be charges if there is no witness or victim. How do I get him out of trouble and ...

    Martin’s Answer

    There are right and wrong ways to do this. Our office can help or you can use the find a lawyer tool

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  • Would a lawyer for an individual be able to find out what the police plan to charge their client with before the person is arres

    would a lawyer for an individual be able to find out what the police plan to charge their client with before the person is arrested? Thank you for your time.

    Martin’s Answer

    Usually yes that can happen. depends on if the prosecutor will share

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  • There is something terribly wrong with this picture, she cant afford a lawyer,they make sure she cant,fees"this" fees"that"ect.

    the father of my daughters child got in trouble for drugs my daughter 9months pregnet at the time was in the car with him.he said everything was his and nothing was hers but after they took him couple weeks later come got her and charged her to. ...

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    Sounds like a bad situation. Not sure there is a question here, but you may consider attempting to work with CFS. They do want to do what is best for the child, and they have resources to help.

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