Yes it may be possible to early terminate your probation. Speak to your probation officer and see if they are in favor of it then hire an attorney to file the motion and argue on your behalf to the Judge.
You need to hire an attorney. The only way criminal cases ever get dismissed is when a lawyer works very hard and the facts are in the defenses favor. Just because the complainant lied by itself will not get the case dismissed you need a lawyer in your corner advocating on your behalf.
The range of punishment she is faceing depends and the charge she is on probation for. If she was put on probation for a state jail felony the the range is 6 months to 2 years state jail, if it was a 3rd degree felony then 2 to 10 years TDC is the range. You need to retain a lawyer so they can give you more detailed advise
The quick answer is no PTSD can not dismiss a felony assault. It sounds like your husbands case is going to be a problem because this is the 3rd time he has been charged with assaulting you. The fact that the first 2 were dismissed because you asked them to be is going to cause the State to dig in it's heels and prosecute your husband on this case. He needs a lawyer. If you tell the DA that you don't want to prosecute they will send the case to the family criminal law division and they...
The court in wehich he received the probation will file a motion to revoke his probation and the bond on the evading case will be higher than normal if the Judge sets a bond. He needs to retain an attorney
Possession of a controlled substance cocaine 28 grams is a second degree felony. it is punishable by 2 to 20 years in TDC (you may be eligible for probation if you have never been convicted of a felony)
If you are innocent then you need to hire a criminal defense attorney. You need to consult with that lawyer and decide whether going to trial is what you need to do and what defenses you have if you go to trial.
You need to speak with an attorney practicing in Texas. From what you are indicating it sounds like you have a final conviction and Texas law does not allow a final conviction to be sealed or expunged. However you need to have an attorney look into and research the case.
The Statute of limitations on the reporting of a sexual assault is 10 years after the victim turns 18. She can report the case to the local police department is she wishes.
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A lawyer can be retained to speak with the prosecutor and the Court about your particular circumstance. Since it appears that the warrant will never be executed since you are not in the USA a resolution maybe struck. Every so often a review is done of old outstanding warrants and those not executed can be dismissed. Bottom line is it can't hurt to ask the Court and prosecutor to try to resolve the probelm