Convicted of Criminal Mischief a state jail felony.
Unfortunately, your "straight" probation is a final conviction. As a result, you are not eligible for removal from your record.See question
what would you think about an inditement for dwi and the Da's only evidense is a police report and that there is no video of the stop nor the station video. being that there are 2 dwi priors years ago. That is all the Da said that she needs!!!! du...
The DA will have to call the officer to testify about the stop. Complete refusal cases generally go to trial.See question
Harris County Community Supervision. I'm paranoid about U.S.. Customs when returning from Mexico.
As noted, they can see that you're on probation.See question
She is already on possession of cs less than one gram.
You're facing LIFE in prison. You need to have an excellent criminal defense attorney that knows how to defend these types of drug cases.See question
This neighbor has been harrasing us for 8 months now, resulting in having to get security cameras. The trees he is trying to kill include 8-10 bamboo trees that are valued at $200 each, a 6ft mexican palm, and a 6 ft hibiscus tree. In the video,...
You could call the police and try to get the district attorney to take the case by showing them your evidence. Or, you can try talking to your neighbor first. Once you call the police, expect them to return the favor.See question
how can it be possiable that an inditment can be read to a jury before a trial in texas and the inditment state's prior convection for the crime that that person is on trial for. how can that person get a fair trial with knowing about prior arrest
If this is your 3d dwi, it's a felony and the jury is told that you have 2 prior dwi's for "jurisdictional" reasons. Meaning, the state has to prove up the prior dwis in order to be in felony court.See question
Charged w/ a felony. 1st offense, no record. I spent 3 wks. in jail, my court date is Sept. 29th.
To convince any district attorney to reduce the charges, you need to hire a tough lawyer to prepare a defense and a compelling reason. You need someone that's going to pick apart the police report, gather evidence, and tell your story.See question
if your on probation in one county and get arrested while on in another county and you get out of jail will the county you were on probation in find out about your new arrest if the other county doesnt know youyr on probation? Will they put it tog...
Generally, yes. The DA in the county of the new arrest will run your history and see you're on probation. You need an attorney ASAP. Many times, the probation officer will find out, not tell you, and just arrest you when you show up for your appointment.See question
I have two retaliation charges and an assualt charge that I'm on probation for for ten years
Generally, the probation office will file a motion to revoke your probation for this because it's a new law violation. You'll have to hire an attorney to defend you on the new dwi and the probation revocation.See question
if you're caught with 0.08 worth of weed?
Current law requires police officers to arrest a person for an alleged violation of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, expending a significant amount of resources. Due to jail over crowding issues, H.B. 2391 authorizes a peace officer to issue a citation to a person who has allegedly committed a violation of certain Class A or Class B misdemeanor offenses and under certain circumstances. It authorizes a peace officer who is charging a person with committing an offense that is a Class A or B misdemeanor, if the person resides in the county where the offense occurred, to issue a citation to the person that contains certain information, instead of taking the person before a magistrate. But it applies only to a person charged with committing certain offenses as set forth in the bill.See question