My husband has been incarcerated since 2010 and is set to be released from a CA prison February 2016, he just informed me that they will be transferring him to LA County when he is paroled because he has an extensive violation/ DUI record that sum...
Your husband will certainly need a lawyer to clear these cases up, even if they are not him. He doesn't want to have any warrants preventing his release. It appears that he should be able to demonstrate that he is not the correct person in the warrantSee question
Ticketed for driving under suspension. Officers reason for traffic stop was that he ran the license plate as vehicle drove by.
You probably need some more facts here, but if the officer ran your plates and there was expired registration, it's probably a valid stop.See question
my court is tomorrow early morning, I do not see "Mt. Diablo Superior Court" in Martinez, DId this court go through a name change ?
If you are a defendant or a witness, you merely need a appear on the address shown on your citation. I will note that the court in Martinez is located at 1020 Ward Street.See question
My girlfriend and I have been together for a year and a half and I'm turning 18 in 2 months. Is a problem with me still being with her or anything I should worry about?
Your question isn't clear, but "being with" your girlfriend isn't a problem. Sex with a minor (in California, under 18) is a crime.See question
My question is, can I get this charge reduced to a 'Wet Wreckless' or lower charge? I was sitting in my car, drinking, in a store parking lot when approached by a police officer.
It is doubtful that you would get the reduced charge based on your very high blood alcohol. Every case is fact dependent, but usually the wet reckless is for weaker cases or cases that are closer to .08See question
My brother was walking when he got picked up. I am not too sure what happened.
His sentencing exposure depends on several factors - this is best a question for his current attorney. If he has already changed his plea and that plea has been accepted, he can only withdraw his plea under limited circumstances. Again, best a question for his current attorney.See question
The bond co. got me out and said to call the next day to make arrangements.
The relationship between you and the bondsman is set out is a written contract you likely signed. You should read that carefully.See question
Like the question states, can I be charged? She's 16 I'm 18. Thanks
There are some exceptions, but the age of consent in North Carolina is 16, which means sex is lawful. The exceptions include, if the older person is a school teacher.See question
Last year My boyfriend got involved with a minor (17) . He was 28 at the time. Her parents found text messages and decided to press charges not so long ago this month. What could he get charged with? And for how long?
It really depends on the facts. He can get charged with PC 261.5, unlawful sexual intercourse, or PC 288(a), lewd act on a minor. His charges could vary widely. If he's aware of an active investigation, it's best not to talk to police, but to consult with criminal defense counsel immediately.See question