me and my girlfriend were issued petty theft tickets because of her roommate. we entered her room without permission and the items/ money that was taken was under 50.00. the actual amount was 47.00. ive seen that it could be taken down to an infra...
It is possible to get an infraction, but it also may be possible to get a diversion program or beat the charges outright. You won't know your best option until you've had an opportunity to discuss your case in detail with an experienced criminal defense attorney. Consult with some local attorneys.See question
Thats the only thing hes ever done finish parole with no violations
There is most likely some relief available to clean up his record. What depends on what the sentence was. If he was sentenced to probation, including up to a year in county jail, he should be able to get a 1203.4 dismissal, CA's version of "expungement"
If he was sentenced to a prison term, then the appropriate relief is called a certificate of rehabilitation, which will also serve as an application for a governor's pardon.
Consult with a local attorney who can handle this matter for you and help you clean up your record.See question
These two items were in my car when it was towed, along with my real id, bank card, etc. The police kept everything and I cant get my real stuff back without going down to the police station to get them. They actually called me up at home last ...
Yes. Both can lead to your arrest. Do not make any statements to law enforcement, and you might want to consider hiring an attorney.See question
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Parking violations don't carry a point. So the reason for traffic school doesn't really apply here.See question
I checked my minute order and it doesn't say anything about reporting traffic violations. In addition, I am currently in the process of transferring my probation to LA County, so I do not know who my new probation officer is yet.
You will be ok. Once it's transferred, if you do meet with your new probation officer, feel free to bring it up, as it will not trigger a violation.See question
A group of us went to downtown L.A for my friends 21 birthday. we got pulled over and there was alcohol under the seat that i was unaware of. The officer asked who's drinks they were and we all stayed quite. He got mad and said we were all getting...
Consult with some local LA attorneys. Not only will it save you a trip or two to LA, but hiring an attorney will give you the best chance at avoiding a conviction that will cost you your license. Many of the LAPD officers who come into the Metro courthouse on tickets like this one have bigger fish to fry and are often willing to amend the ticket to a different infraction that will not lead to a license suspension or alcohol-related record.See question
My DRE findings say that they believe I am under the influence of cannabis but that its a Medical Rule out because of my uneven pupil size. My blood test was a 42 ng THC level ? ?
If the officer who stops you smells marijuana and a DRE shows up at all, you will likely be charged with DUI. As to whether you'll be convicted, well that's a much more difficult question. There's not any particular level at which an expert can testify that you're impaired, so I suggest getting the best lawyer you can afford and fighting the case. You may be able to negotiate the charge down or beat the case at trial. If convicted, you would lose your license for 6 months and pay fines of almost $2000. Not to mention three years of probation, an alcohol education class and more.See question
I recently had a really bad week in which I was involved in two at fault accidents and received a speeding ticket. I have been driving for 2 years and am 18. I previously had a spotless record. My question is will my accidents show up on my record...
Unfortunately, you must report the accidents to the DMV. Your insurance company will likely send you the form that you must submit. The speeding ticket does carry the possibility of adding one point to your record, but since you've got a clean driving record so far, you would seem to be eligible to attend traffic school and keep the point off of your license.See question
I had my misdemeanor, that happened 7 years ago, set aside in the state of AZ and I have been told that I can honestly say "no" on applications when asked if I have been convicted yet I understand for licensing board's I have to disclose this info...
In CA, "set aside" has a specific meaning within the context of DMV license suspensions after a DUI arrest. It does not have a particular meaning within the context of misdemeanor charges in CA courts. Since your question really revolves around what happens under Arizona law, I would recommend reposting your question as if you are asking from Arizona. Arizona attorneys (particularly the one who represented you) will be best equipped to answer your question.See question
I attended a couple of parties thrown by friends. The same girl was always there as well and we would hang out at the parties, but never outside them. The last month I accidentally hit her while rough housing with a friend, bruising her cheek. I'v...
Avoiding the DV conviction by challenging the relationship is certainly one angle, but may not be your best defense. Consult with some local attorneys, discussing your case in detail.See question