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Billy Jack Stovall II

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  • Dear Sir could you please tell me wat will happen at my Fiancees arraingment wat is a arraignment

    my Fiancee is having his arraingment in district court in parker county thankyou sincerly for your time n kindness Eternity

    Billy’s Answer

    Generally, the Judge will inform the individual charged of the nature of the charges and will enter a plea of "Not Guilty" for them.

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  • How do you ask for a change in court room & DA

    My husband has his first violation for not checking in and thier trying to give him 2 years full is that possible hasnt caught a new case this is from 2010 its for attempted burglary doesnt that qualify for the prop 47

    Billy’s Answer

    Generally, not reporting once won't get you violated, not reporting for a longer period of time will get you violated. Based on the fact that the State is only willing to offer time, suggests that it might be for a longer period. Additionally, you cannot change the ADA or the judge. Speak to a qualified attorney.

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  • Can police arrest me for this?

    Police have recently contacted me indicating that someone was accusing me of sending prostitutes (escorts), food and taxis to an individuals house. I live in NY while the party accusing me is in Central New Jersey. The cop told me that it was very...

    Billy’s Answer

    First, stop discussing facts and details in a public forum. Second, consult a qualified criminal defense attorney asap.

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  • I got a city ticket for driving with out a license, I am on state probation.will I get revoked I'm so scared

    I have no other driving violations on my record and my probation officer recommended to continue probation.

    Billy’s Answer

    Generally, a ticket will not get your probation revoked. However, ANY VIOLATION of the law can technically result in your probation being revoked. Especially, if your probation has a requirement that you have a valid DL.

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  • What are the charges for a 21 year old dealing with a 17 year old female

    This may sound weird. I'm 21 years old my girls friend is 17 years old. I have known her for about 3-4 years we have been real close friends since the begining. When we started talking about dating it was like a year ago. Just not to long like 4-5...

    Billy’s Answer

    What do you mean by "charges"? I am not sure what you are asking.

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  • Statue of limitations can someone briefly explain what it is. Thank you.

    In 2007 I was booked on evading and public intox. I pleaded guilty to Public Intox because the judge told me he would dismiss the evading on foot. Monday afternoon i found out i had an active warrant for the evading charge. From 2007 til now i was...

    Billy’s Answer

    It depends on when you were charged. If you were charged more than two years from the offense date, then yes, you could have a SOL argument. If you were charged within two years of the offense, then no. You may actually have a Speedy Trial issue if no attempt was made to contact you AND you were not ACTIVELY avoiding detection. I suggest you hire a qualified criminal defense lawyer adapt. get a lawyer asap.

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  • Can the probation department force you to have a pap smear?

    I told my probation officer I was admitted to the ER for period problems but cleared with a clean bill of health yet she is trying to force me to have a gynecological exam.

    Billy’s Answer

    My initial response is "no". But it is difficult to give a full answer without knowing all the details.

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  • My friend hired an attorney to get a criminal charge expunged. He was eligible for an expunction and it was filed.

    But now, several years later, he finds out that on certain background checks, the record of his arrest is still showing up. Now, he definitely got an expunction, not a non-disclosure, so it should be erased. Someone made a mistake. My question is,...

    Billy’s Answer

    I agree with my colleagues answers.

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  • Criminal defense

    I'm a transfer from Florida to texas and just got arrested for a charge in texas what will happen now will I have to go back to Florida where I have no family or place to stay? To face a judge or can this be handled thru phone conference calls? I'...

    Billy’s Answer

    First, you need to consult with a qualified criminal defense attorney regarding your new charge in Texas. Second, it is unclear what you mean by the word "transfer". Was this a probation transfer? an employment transfer?

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  • I was charged with driving with a suspended license, I did not know my license was suspended, I was never notified of this.

    This happen when after finishing my first DUI school the examiner wanted me to go to alcohol and drug counseling, I did not see the need for me to do this. I guess we were supposed to dispute this in court, but I never received nothing in regards ...

    Billy’s Answer

    In most States you are presumed to have received notice of suspension. That means that you don't have to actually receive notice of suspension. That said, probation is a contract with the State, when you entered your plea you agreed to abide by ALL the terms and conditions. Including, any conditions that may arise as a result of any evaluations. Simply disagreeing with the results of your evaluation doesn't negate your responsibility to complete the requirements that flow from it.

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