Robert P Jarvis’s Answers

Robert P Jarvis

Mesa Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. A law enforcement officer told me that it was not a felony to have a fake ID only when you present the ID dos it then become a f

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Craig S Orent
    2. Kristen Jane DeWitt-Lopez
    3. Steven W Zachary
    4. Robert P Jarvis
    4 lawyer answers

    In most cases, an officer can talk to and question a person before an arrest and then use any statements by that person aainst that person in a criminal proceeding. Miranda safeguards only apply when the person is in custody and being questioned. However, without further knowing the facts, there is no definite answer to your question. You should contact an attorney as soon as possible.

  2. In arizona is stalking considered a sex offense?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robert P Jarvis
    2. Alexander M. Ivakhnenko
    2 lawyer answers

    Stalking may be considered a sex offense depending on the circumstances. This type of case requires a close review of all the facts. Without such a review, there is no way to advise the person whether to take the plea. The person needs an attorney as soon as possible to represent the person, investigate the case, and advise the person. Our firm is experienced in this area.

  3. I got arrested for 3 warrants that I did not know I had,from 02' and 06 my name had been run and looked up 4 days prior. Why now

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Adam K Zickerman
    2. Howard A Snader
    3. Robert P Jarvis
    3 lawyer answers

    Definately, more information is needed to answer your question. More details as to times, dates, courts, and criminal history will need to be reviewed by an attorney. Warrants for failure to appear may generate additional charges and fees.

  4. I was arrested and went to jail for criminal damage, but then my case was scratched.

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Robert P Jarvis
    2. Paul E Knost
    3. Howard A Snader
    3 lawyer answers

    This simply means the state did not file the needed paper work with court within the required time. The state may still file charges and the court issue a summons for you to come to court or for your arrest. I need more information regarding the alleged offense to determine where the charges may be filed, the time within which the charges must be filed, and the likelihood of charges being filed.