Kyle Green’s Answers

Kyle Green

Mesa Criminal Defense Attorney.

Contributor Level 10
  1. Without an arrest but a criminal complaint filed for shoplifting who is burden of proof on

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Scott A Macleod
    3. Ryan W Cummings
    3 lawyer answers

    Any time there are criminal charges filed, the burden is on the government to have to prove the charges. As a defendant, you have no obligation to prove anything.

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  2. I was given a DUI in AZ due to the fact that.Since I have cancer & on Marinol a synthetic HTC that is Legal paid for by state

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Leighton Howard Rockafellow Jr
    3. David Kephart
    4. Aaron Michael Black
    5. Paul E Knost
    5 lawyer answers

    If you have a valid prescription for the medications in your system, you have a defense to the Drug portion of the DUI. The State can still pursue charges against you under the "impaired to the slightest degree" charge. This charge is all about opinions - whether this drug impaired your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle or not. You have a solid defense to your case and it has very good jury appeal. You need to speak with an attorney soon to help with your case.

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  3. What would happen if u were involved in a hit & run involving a park vehicles & a police report was made with the people involve

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. David Kephart
    2. Paul A Ramos
    3. Kyle Green
    4. Steven Mark Sweat
    5. Robert Don Fink
    5 lawyer answers

    My colleague is correct, you may have a warrant. Additionally, for misdemeanor cases, the state can charge you for up to 1 year for a misdemeanor.

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  4. My employer wont pay me my last pay check and is with holding it from me

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Darrel S Jackson
    2 lawyer answers

    Employers are required to pay employees for completed work. If the amount that they owe you is less than $2500, you can report that to the labor board of the Industrial Commission and they can help you recover the money. If it's in excess of $2500, you can bring a lawsuit against the company for failure to pay wages. You could potentially recover trebel (three times) the amount of wages owed.

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  5. How long does my boyfriend have to worry that a warrant will be issued?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Michael Adam Haber
    2 lawyer answers

    Felony charges in Arizona have a 7 year statute of limitations with some exceptions. You need to discuss this matter with an experienced criminal defense attorney as your boyfriend could be facing very serious charges with severe consequences based on the information that you've provided.

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  6. How likely is it to get DUI Impaired To the Slighted Degree (BAC=0.057) dismissed in AZ?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. David Kephart
    3. Leighton Howard Rockafellow Jr
    4. Roy C Whitehead
    5. D. Chipman Venie
    5 lawyer answers

    Having a case dismissed is not an easy process. However, you have a very defensible case, based on the information you provided. You should definitely look into hiring an attorney to help you fight the case. It will be in your best interest.

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  7. I need a DUI lawyer super fast by This Thursday.I have 1000 $ to start with, is this realistic/possible, at least to get me ...?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. David Kephart
    3. Aaron Michael Black
    4. Matthew Leon Lopez
    4 lawyer answers

    It really depends on the status of your case. If you're set for trial on Thursday, a continuance might be hard to get. If its just a pretrial conference, a continuance shouldn't be a problem. Some attorneys will accept payments for cases - my firm included. I would recommend contacting a lawyer to help see where you're at with your case.

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  8. I was caught shoplifting a $10.50 necklace Claire's. I am over 18. They sent me a settlement letter asking for $260.10. Help?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. David Kephart
    3. Aaron Michael Black
    3 lawyer answers

    Without seeing the letter, it's hard to give you a firm answer to your question. You likely are facing two different court cases here - one civil and one criminal. Arizona law permits a party to collect a fine of $250.00 plus the value of the items stolen against an individual who commits the shoplifting offense. This is a separate action from the charges of shoplifting. That seems to be where they are getting the figure of $260.10. Paying that amount will not absolve you of liability from...

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  9. Can I be convicted of dui in the passenger seat if the police approach the vehicle and release the intoxicated driver??

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Leighton Howard Rockafellow Jr
    2. Kyle Green
    3. Aaron Michael Black
    4. Craig S Orent
    5. Brent D Harris
    5 lawyer answers

    I agree with my collegue about your case. You have to be driving a motor vehicle or in actual physical control of the vehicle to be convicted of DUI. Your case is defensible under those facts.

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  10. Can witness testify at a criminal trial voluntarily if they also live with you or do you have to subpoena them as well?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. David Kephart
    2. Kyle Green
    3. Craig S Orent
    4. Richard Bruce Rosenthal
    4 lawyer answers

    You aren't required to subpoena them as witnesses. If they are willing to come voluntarily and they have been disclosed as witnesses, they can testify with or without a subpoena.

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