Kyle Green’s Answers

Kyle Green

Mesa Criminal Defense Attorney.

Contributor Level 10
  1. What will I get for my third minor consumption?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Adam Feldman
    3. Christopher Daniel Leroi
    3 lawyer answers

    You could be facing anywhere from a suspended sentence (although not likely), to a maximum penalty of 6 months in jail a fine of $2500 plus surcharge and 3 years of probation.

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  2. How do I clear a matter up that I didn't know I was charged with five years ago?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Howard A Snader
    3. Aaron Michael Black
    3 lawyer answers

    In all likelihood you aren't going to have to sit in jail, unless you get stopped by the police. If you hire an attorney, your attorney can get the matter set on the court's docket and have the warrant quashed. At that point, you can go about defending the case and working with the prosecutor for a resolution. I have a client that had a similar situation to yours just a few weeks ago. We just got the case set on the appropriate judge's calendar and he was released on his own recognizance.

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  3. I was recently let go from my employer. They refuse to pay me what they owe me. What can I do?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    1 lawyer answer

    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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  4. Violation Code 13-1805A, was caught shoplifting at Walmart

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

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

    I agree with the other two answers that have been given already. Shoplifting is a class 1 misdemeanor. As a class 1 misdemeanor, you face a maximum penalty of 6 months in jail and a $2500 fine plus a surcharge. You likely won't face jail-time for the offense, but its a possible sentence. While you may be eligible for a diversion agreement with the State depending on the jurisdiction, you could face a civil penalty of $250 because of the offense. This civil penalty would be in addition to...

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  5. Should my miranda rights been read to mean as soon as i was put into handcuffs?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Craig S Orent
    2. Aaron Michael Black
    3. Kyle Green
    4. Kaitlin Sofia Verdura
    4 lawyer answers

    I agree with the other attorney's answers. Miranda only comes into play when police are planning on interrogating or questioning you while you are in custody. If they didn't question you, there has not been a violation of Miranda. Also, one of the misconceptions is that a Miranda violation will get your case thrown out. This isn't necessarily true. It really only prevents the statements that were made from being used against you, which could result in the State losing the evidence it needs...

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  6. Former employer won't pay me

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    1 lawyer answer

    If the amount of pay is less than $2500, you can report his non-payment violation to the labor board of the industrial commission. The labor board with conduct an investigation and attempt to collect the wages on your behalf. If the amount exceeds $2500, you can find a lawyer who is willing to bring a lawsuit on your behalf to recover the amounts owed. Arizona law may allow for treble (3 times the amount owed) damages to be awarded to you if certain requirements are met.

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  7. What are the flaws of a search warrant?

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Adam Feldman
    2. Kyle Green
    3. L. Vincent Ramunno Jr.
    3 lawyer answers

    As a defense attorney there a few ways that we can challenge the validity of a search warrant. The first by attacking the probable cause the officer had to seek the search warrant in the first place. If there was no probable cause than the warrant should not have issued and any contraband that may have been found would be considered fruit of the poisonous tree and inadmissible. The second way to challenge a search warrant is to demonstrate that it lacks specificity as to what it is looking for....

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  8. What does it mean when a charge is filed?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Laurence K Nurmi
    3. Robert Jason De Groot
    3 lawyer answers

    The short answer to your question is yes, charges have been filed. The police issued you a citation in lieu of booking you into custody. The government now has the case and can decide what they would like to do moving forward. Do note, that if you were on probation at the time of the offense, you will likely get a notice that you've violated probation and that could potentially lead to consequences as well. I would recommend that you speak with an attorney about your cases and that you no...

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  9. I need a good lawyer to help me with a felony shoplifting. I don't have much income. But I can put some down and make payments.

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Kyle Green
    2. Steven W Zachary
    3. Cody Ryan Curry
    3 lawyer answers

    If you are seeking a private attorney to help in your matter, you need to call around and schedule an appointment. Some attorneys do payment plans while others do not. Find one that you're comfortable with and that can work with your income.

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  10. I have never had a license and it was suspended due to me not paying fines. In 2007 I got a DUI did 30 days, judge didn't order

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

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

    Arizona law does not require that your license be suspended for a DUI. If your license was suspended and then you got a DUI you can still be charged with aggravated DUI. Aggravated DUI can carry with it substantial prison time. It also includes a minimum penalty of 4 months in prison upon a conviction.

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