You have an attorney, you should ask her what your options are. It doesn't sound like you have a lot of confidence in your current attorney. Trust is an important part of the attorney-client relationship.
If you are concerned about your current lawyer you should immediately schedule some consultations with other local DWI lawyers. If you are found guilty, you will be a convicted felon forever. Some things are worth the cost, and a defense lawyer for a felony charge is one of those things.
The best thing you can do is meet with your current attorney and ask her to explain what the delay is, or if a bond hearing is a good idea or not. If you are not satisfied with your current attorney you should immediately interview local defense lawyers and hire the best lawyer you can afford. You are not allowed to file motions for your husband (unless you are a licensed attorney). Since your husband has a lawyer the court may not consider any motions he files on his own behalf.
If your son is involved in a child custody case then he should discuss this website with his lawyer. Family courts have discretion to forbid certain activities, including disparaging another parent, during the course of a case. You may be able to make a claim for libel or slander. However, you will need to consult with an attorney.
You need to hire an attorney immediately. You should not appear in court without a lawyer ready to assist you. It is never a good idea to proceed pro se in a case involving your children. Many family lawyers offer free consultations. I understand you want to know how to proceed, or seek a continuance, but you need a lawyer, not a few quick answers on how to proceed pro se.
He should apply for a court appointed attorney. If he is found indigent, then he should get a court appointed attorney. What is he facing? If he is on probation for a felony, and picks up a new felony, he is facing prison time.
If he pled, he more than likely waived his right to appeal. You need to hire the best lawyer you can afford. Find a local criminal defense lawyer who handles post conviction matters (appeals/writs). If your friend plead guilty, and waived his right to appeal, he can still file a writ challenging his plea. Do not delay.
Our firm handles family cases in Hunt County. If you'd like to come in for a consultation we can see what your options are. Please call 972.564.4644. Bring whatever paperwork you have to the consultation.
In Dallas, it's not uncommon to reset a case many times. If you don't like the way your court appointed lawyer is handling the case I'd recommend 1) sharing your concerns with your attorney and 2) scheduling some interviews to see if you can hire a private attorney.
Don't cheat on the exam. It's not too late to study and figure it out on your own.
If you've already cheated then check your university's student conduct manual. It should spell out what to expect. Every school is different.
Expunctions are very limited in Texas. To qualify you must have received a not guilty verdict, or had the case dismissed. If you took probation, you will not qualify for an expunction. Motions for non disclosure are similar to an expunction, but not as robust an option. They are limited to deferred probation cases and DWI does not allow for deferred probation. To give a defininte answer I would need to see your criminal history.
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