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Greg Thomas Hill

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  • If I already have a recommendation before getting sentenced to pc 1000 is my use still allowed while in pc 1000

    I have had a medical marijuana recommendation off and on for 5 years for helping with bipolar disorder. I currently have had my current card since 11/22/15. Yesterday I got sentenced to of 1000 for a misdemeanor under the influence..

    Greg’s Answer

    I would want to look at the sentencing memorandum and see if it addresses this. Most likely, the answer is no, however, if you have questions after looking at the sentencing conditions, ask your attorney or the judge. I doubt continued use of drugs would be allowed in a program designed to end your use of drugs.

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  • Can they give me ticket?

    I got a ticket for violation D.M.C.6.04.250 posted no parking. In the remark he wrote 2 hour violation. From the stop sign to the narrow 2 ways street that lead to apartment complex, every light poles have sign posted. However, there is no sign ...

    Greg’s Answer

    I think your question of "can they" is really "was it a mistake," correct. It is tough to answer your question online here without having a map of the area and perhaps even going there personally and seeing how the signs are posted.

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  • My friend was suppose to get release on 2-11-16 from Solano state prison we went to pick him up.but he was not released?

    Can't find my friend and why he wasn't released the inmates locator says he is still in jail. How can I find out why he wasn't released. Can a inmates be released on the weekends

    Greg’s Answer

    Inmates can be released on weekends. Often, a prison will have an ombudsman who you can contact to make inquiries into a particular prisoner. I would contact that person, ask your questions and you may get some answers that help you.

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  • How should we file a police report? Can he go to jail for this? Will we get in trouble for going there to T.p. even if we didn't

    Me and my boyfriend and his friend recently went to T.P. one of our friends houses while they weren't there and we hadn't touched the house with any to list paper yet but we were looking at the for sale sign papers and the neighbors across the str...

    Greg’s Answer

    Talk to the police about the incident. He committed a battery, so yes, he might go to jail. I do not think you will get in trouble for going to toilet paper a house when you did not do so.

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  • Is the "legally binding Drug Court Contract" truly a contract which is enforced thru contract law?

    This involves a Drug Court Case. I was in a Pre-Plea Drug Court program. For entry into the program, I entered a plea to 1 of 4 charges against me, and was placed on 18 months probation (12 months drug court supervised, 6 months non drug court sup...

    Greg’s Answer

    Regardless of whether you think or a court would find the contract legally binding, there is a legal principal that he who comes to court must do so with clean hands. If you violated the law by a dirty test, it is going to be a tough time for you to be claiming the government violated the contract, but "please ignore that I did, too." I would not venture down this road.

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  • What should I expect in court? Will my license be suspended? How much is the fine? Any further repercussions?

    Boating in a lake and pulled over due to passenger sitting on engine cover and idle speed. Complaint filed HN655(b) and HN655(c). Police commandeered the vessel and ran it into a rock, but no hull damage. At the station, police checked for ID and ...

    Greg’s Answer

    Your first appearance in court is the arraignment. That is the time when you will know for sure what the charges are against you and, most likely, what the initial offer from the People is. Your license may not be suspended by the court, but by the DMV. Has the DMV contacted you at all. There may be much more than just a simple fine to pay money. You may have summary probation and community service to perform. I would recommend you retain an experienced criminal defense attorney who regularly appears in the courthouse at issue. Best of luck to you.

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  • How long does it take to get an expungement and can an attorney hear my situation out. I need to work for my child.

    Hello, I have to try to get a misdemeanor expunged. I need to work to support my child, single parent here. I have been trying for a long time but this reckless driving is hurting me. I have two letters of denial from two jobs now. A reckless driv...

    Greg’s Answer

    To get a conviction expunged, you first need to establish that you are qualified. Then you need to complete certain steps. I would encourage you to look at the San Diego County Superior Court website. It has a very helpful roadmap for post-conviction relief. Best of luck to you. I hope this helps you.

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  • How can I get my gaming license reinstated after it was revoked in order to be employed at a casino?

    I was working at a Tribal Casino in California, and had my gaming license revoked due to me getting 2 DUI misdemeanor convictions. I have no felonies on my record. And I know for a fact that there are a couple of employees there who have multiple ...

    Greg’s Answer

    The best person to ask this question to is a licensing attorney, not a criminal defense attorney. A licensing attorney is more familiar with how the licensing board works and what they will consider for reinstatement. Best of luck to you.

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  • What can he do?? Or what other options he has. What will work.

    Back in 2004 my husband has a felony for possession of cocaine for personal use. Now they want to deport him.He has the prop 47 granted. But he's immigration lawyer wants him to do a post conviction. He went to court to get hes transcripts and th...

    Greg’s Answer

    I am not sure exactly what you mean by "a post conviction." Do you mean withdraw his plea?

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