i know someone who is on probation for poaching and seen him fishing can he do that or is it against his probation?
The usual Kaufman County Probation conditions don't mention hunting or fishing. The terms of probation are public records at the courthouse. They are filed with each plea in Kaufman County.See question
A robbery charge and it was his first time
Possible, yes. It is probable? Doubtful. After someone is sentenced on a criminal case the only way to revisit the sentence is to file an appeal, motion for new trial, or writ; all of which are very difficult to win. You need to speak with a lawyer who handles post conviction matters. Most, including our firm, offer free consultations.See question
I'm a teacher and I was hit by a drunk driver which totaled my car ad left me with a bulging disk in my neck that took over 3 months of treatments (PT, chiro, steroid injections) to relieve the pain. The other driver received a 20 year sentence fo...
I am sorry to hear about your injuries and I hope you make a full recovery soon. The good news is that most local car accident lawyers (including our firm) offer free consultations. You don't have to let the insurance company take advantage of you. Hire a local attorney to negotiate on your behalf. If this was in Kaufman County then we can discuss the results of the last few car accidents trials. That's one advantage of a local firm, we understand the local justice system.See question
I was reading online that in order to open a custody case in texas it has to be in the county that the child has lived in for the past 6 months. my mother has opened a case in denton county. when she lives in wood county and I live in kaufman coun...
You should consult with a local family lawyer and bring whatever papers you were served with. There are rules for which county a child custody case should be filed in, but to enforce those rules you need an attorney. You do not want to litigate this issue yourself. Most local family lawyers, including our firm, offers free consultations. Is this the grandparents filing suit in Wood county? Here is the AG page on grandparents rights in custody cases. https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/elder/grandparents.shtmlSee question
My son in law spoke with his court appointed attny today. She did return his initial call about setting up a meeting and said she would call back when she had the date/time/location set. When she called back she was rude and said she had looked ov...
Most judges will not let you switch court appointed lawyers. Your best option is to interview local defense lawyers and hire the best defense lawyer you can afford to help your son in law. A criminal conviction lasts forever in Texas, so it's worth it to invest in a lawyer who will fight the case.See question
I have some negative behavior on a job 16 years ago that is non criminal that is still noticeable on a simple background check by anyone. Can this info be sealed or removed?
What kind of job behavior comes up on a background check? You have to be arrested to even apply for an expunction, if not, you can't file.See question
Since the incident I have been going to IOP, AA, BIPP, and Anger Management. Something is wrong with me and I thought I was ok because on the first violation the psych eval ordered by the court they cleared me as being ok. How much time do you thi...
You need to hire a defense lawyer immediately. How much time am I going to get assumes that prison is the only option. If you have mental health issues there may be ways to address those that don't involve prison. No lawyer on Avvo can guess how your case will end. You need a consultation, and most Dallas criminal lawyers (including ours), don't charge for consults. Take advantage of that opportunity and find a lawyer who can help.See question
the computer wont work properly. can i still sue even thoughm aclaim was denied 1995 after alaska sent an attorney to depose me in jasper,texas, sent me to san francisco, california where psychiatrist careroll broadsky determined no psychological...
It's hard to tell what area of law this question falls under, or what you are asking. Still sue who for what? Why were you deposed? If you are suffering from a mental illness you should seek help for that issue. If you have a legal question about an event in Alaska, you should discuss that with a lawyer licensed in Alaska.See question
I would like to get further info on the process of an appeal.
You need to hire a local post conviction lawyer immediately. The process involves filing a notice of appeal, possibly a new trial motion, and then reviewing the case for the best possible arguments on appeal. It's not something that is simple enough to explain on Avvo. Your brother most likely has a court appointed appellate lawyer, you should ask him/her what to expect. You can also try to retain a private appeals lawyer if you want.See question