You should contact a lawyer who handles these times of personal injury cases. You may have a case it just depends on the facts. You can seek to recover damages for medical costs, lost wages and pain and suffering but now is the time to assert your rights.
Yes you can move if you are on unsupervised probation. Unsupervised probation means that you must only meet the conditions of your probation and there usually is no requirement of reporting just completing the terms of probation. I would check with the court you are on probation with to see if you have met all the conditions of your probation before you move so you won't have to come back to the court to explain why you have not finished all your conditions. Now if you were on supervised...
I agree that the hold will not come off just because the new charges were dismissed. He has violated his parole by just being arrested. His PO will come interview him and decide if he needs to be violated, if not than he can ask that the hold be lifted. I would contact an experience criminal defense attorney in your area to help you resolve this matter.
He will be sent back to KC if they have a hold on him. KC will be notifyied that they need to come pick him up once the hold takes place. Right now KC is second in line to get ahold of this person, once the first thing is resolved than it will be their turn to come get him.
You are exactly correct. The bill was signed into law. Under your friend's situation if a person does get 5 years of probation and has no violations they will be eligible to off probation in 2.5 years.
If you are a victim and are looking for help with domestic or sexual abuse contact the Russell House, P.O. Box 2259,Rolla, MO,573-364-0579. They are located in Rolla and should be able to help you find a place in your area. Good Luck!
If you have not paid back restitution by the end of this extension period the State can file a motion to revoke your probation because you have not fulfilled all the terms and conditions of your probation. They can ask that you be revoked and sentence but that the court suspend the execution of that sentence and place you back on probation for another five years. This would result in a conviction of on your record. You need to hired an experience criminal defense and get them to file a motion...
In Missouri it is very difficult to get anything expunged from your criminal record. The Missouri Revised Statutes require very specific criteria to be eligible for expungements. In general, any record of arrest recorded may be expunged if the court determines that the arrest was based on false information and the following conditions exist:
(1) There is no probable cause, at the time of the action to expunge, to believe the individual committed the offense;
(2) No charges will be...