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Cody Grant Henson

Burnet Wills and Living Wills Lawyer.

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  1. Does any kind of arrests show on Texas DPS website?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Cody Grant Henson
    2. James Richard Butler
    3. George Cave Johnson Jr.
    4. Stephen A. Gustitis
    5. Wade Jonathan Skalsky
    5 lawyer answers

    They are fairly accurate. However, they will usually not show items that have been expunged or subject to a non-disclosure order. It is not unheard of to find inaccurate information on a criminal history. For example, if the State does not report the proper disposition of a case, the offense as originally charged will show up and not the final disposition. For example, if someone was originally arrested for Burglary of a Habitation but it was reduced by the prosecution to a Trespass, if the...

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  2. DWI Probation, can it be changed from supervised to unsupervised?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. James Richard Butler
    2. Cody Grant Henson
    3. Ethan Patrick Meaney
    4. George Cave Johnson Jr.
    4 lawyer answers

    I have never seen this done on a felony DWI probation, and in the counties I practice in, rare to never on a misdemeanor. Your probation officer may allow you to report less frequently and loosen his or her supervision...but getting to unsupervised on a DWI is probably going to be an uphill battle. It may be more common in your county, but not around here. In order to have this done you would likely be required to file a motion to modify the terms of your probation, and you would benefit...

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  3. Any issues in travelling to europe for work while on dui bond?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Cody Grant Henson
    2. Macy Michelle Jaggers
    3. Jasen Bodie Nielsen
    3 lawyer answers

    My advice is to wait for your lawyer to return and ask him this question.

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  4. Am I entitled to compensation after I was released following an appeals court overturning my conviction?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Graham Baker
    2. Cody Grant Henson
    3. Peyton Zimmerman Peebles III
    4. Aaron C. Graham
    4 lawyer answers

    Under the Texas Tim Cole Compensation Act, in order to be eligible for compensation for wrongful conviction you must either 1. Receive a full pardon on the basis of innocence or 2. Be granted relief on the basis of actual innocence. Based upon your question and the information you have presented, it sounds like your case was reversed based upon an evidentiary ruling...specifically what you describe as a 4th amendment search and seizure violation and not a claim of actual innocence. You can...

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  5. What kind of lawyer do I need?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Cody Grant Henson
    2. James Donald Garrett
    3. Benjamin Robert Peppard
    3 lawyer answers

    Sounds like your son was cited for theft and released. I assume this was the police department who called you as loss prevention are not peace officers and therefore cannot issue citations. You should contact a criminal defense attorney, preferably one who handles juvenile cases. They can review the facts and advise your son.

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  6. Failure to stop and no insurance?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Frances Jean Moss Sullivan
    2. Cody Grant Henson
    3. Michael Andrew Garbe
    4. Ryan Joseph Mitchell
    5. Paul Hilmon Cannon
    5 lawyer answers

    Ok....your question is not real clear and nobody can ever make you any guarantees as to whether or not a case will be dismissed. If your question is will the ticket, as a matter of law, be dismissed because the officer put the wrong year model of the vehicle on the ticket....the answer is no. If your question is will the prosecutor consider a dismissal if you present evidence showing that you actually had insurance on the date of the offense; the answer is "maybe". You will need to contact...

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  7. 90-Day Rule Incarceration with Indictment. Release or lower bail?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Cody Grant Henson
    2. Daniel Eugene Lazarine
    3. Evan Edward Pierce-Jones
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    Commonly either a writ or a motion for release due to delay is filed when the State has failed to obtain an indictment on a felony offense within 90 days of the defendant's arrest for said offense. However, the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure section17.151 does not specifically mention the word "indictment". The basis of an indictment is inferred because you cannot be tried for a felony offense in Texas without an indictment....therefore if an indictment has not been obtained within 90 days,...

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  8. How can someone be on bond probation with no conviction? They are already on probation for an unrelated issue.

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Cody Grant Henson
    2. Marjorie Ann Muniz
    3. Evan Edward Pierce-Jones
    3 lawyer answers

    First things first...if the injury to a child happened prior to your daughter being placed on probation (for a separate offense I am assuming), then a motion to revoke her probation based upon a new law violation (injury to a child) would not legally stand. You cannot violate your probation prior to being placed on probation. However, unless the statute of limitations has run, the State is free to accept and pursue charges for injury to a child. However, this does not mean they can prove...

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  9. What kind of lawyer do I need??

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Charles Elwood Soechting Jr.
    2. Cody Grant Henson
    3. Marjorie Ann Muniz
    4. George Cave Johnson Jr.
    4 lawyer answers

    Sounds like you are considering a career in the nursing industry and have a juvenile arrest or conviction you are concerned about affecting your eligibility. Criminal defense attorneys probably handle the large majority of expunctions/non disclosure orders. Many criminal defense attorneys also have experience dealing with administrative agencies such as the Texas Board of Nursing as criminal convictions often carry collateral consequences such as license revocation or suspension. I would...

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  10. My husband is on parole in cut his anckle monitor OFF is that an extra charge,? If so how much Time

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Cody Grant Henson
    2. James Donald Garrett
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    Your husband needs to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney without delay.

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