Husband grabbed my arms I had a red mark so they took him to jail and he is military How can I get this all to where he will not lose his career
Attorney Wigell hit this right on the head. You cannot choose to drop the charges at this point. Now it is completely up to the prosecutor. You can express your opinion that you do not want the case to move forwards, sometimes that will be enough. However, often times you will need to work with your husband's defense attorney, or hire an attorney on your own. Best of luck.See question
My bf was charged with kidnapping , but he did not kidnap our child . Maybe , they misinterpreted something I said .
The decision on whether or not to dismiss the case rests solely with the Prosecutor. You can approach them with your wishes, and it's possible that they may choose to dismiss. If your bf does have an attorney I would agree with Attorney Lewis that you should consult them as soon as possible.See question
I am 19 and received an MIP along with my girlfriend this past weekend at a concert after having half a beer (my girlfriend had a few sips of wine..). We were sitting on the back of her car in the parking lot when a van with the doors open pulled ...
I would advise consulting a local attorney. I would also advise not putting any information relating to the case on a public site such as this.See question
Consult a local attorney as soon as possible. You have the right to a hearing on this probation violation. Don't discuss anything further without first consulting an attorney.See question
Initial breath test took two attempts - read .115 At the station the second breath test took two attempts also - read .089
Yes this is very common. The first test at the car is a PBT (Preliminary Breath Test). There are numerous types of machines that police use for this test, they are notoriously inaccurate, which is why as Attorney Lewis said they aren't admissible against you for guilty or innocence. However the test at the station is an Intoxilyzer 8000, and is admissible in KS as long as the proper procedures were followed. Consult a local attorney to discuss your case in more detail.See question
I was told district attorney has up to 2 years to press charges. It's been 8 Mos and I haven't heard a thing. Should I be concerned
In KS they have 5 years to bring charges against you. Consult a local attorney immediately for more information on this matter.See question
I had a suitcase in hotel
Consult with a local criminal defense attorney in the jurisdiction you are charged with this crime. Don't post any further details on the specifics of this matter.See question
I have federal probation. My boyfriend gave a written statement
This will be treated as your first as long as you don't have any priors on your record. Contact a local attorney. Johnson County District Court is one of the worst places in the state to be charged with a Domestic Battery case.See question
This was a case of me being in the wrong place at the wrong time and not thinking. I Was pulled over for a minor traffic violation and police found an open container of alcohol in my car. I was given a mandatory court date and i am scared out of ...
I agree with both other attorneys that have answered this question. MIP is a Class C misdemeanor meaning it is very low on the totem pole so to speak. As Attorney Robinson said your biggest concern should be the license suspension. Since you haven't been in trouble before it is likely you can do a diversion on an offense like this, but it is best to seek local counsel.
Good luck.See question
My boyfriend & I got into an argument, & I called the cops only trying to get some unwanted people out of our apartment & those unwanted people lied to the cops & said I pushed my boyfriend up the apartments stairs.. It was 3 same stories against ...
I recommend you contact a local attorney as soon as you can. By Deferred Judgement Program, I assume you are referring to some type of a Diversion program, which would avoid jail time. However, you should consult an attorney to review the facts of the case against you. There is a possibility you would have a case you would want to take to trial. Best of luck.See question