A robbery can be a violent felony "strike" and you could face significant time in custody- even f you have no prior record. Robbery requires a use of force or fear element.
You need to contact a local attorney for a free consultation to discuss this in further detail.
Most Certainly. You need to hire an attorney that has vast experience in handling DMV hearings and doesn't just write them off. You are entitled to review all the evidence against you and ascertain whether any errors lead to a false reading or legal challenge. Further, you also can present evidence on your behalf including testimony by a reputable forensic toxicologist that can provide testimony at the hearing. I recommend calling an attorney on this site that offers a free consultation to...
Assuming this is a misdemeanor, the Court will likely allow you to complete PC1000 equivalent program in PA. However, because the PC1000 program can randomly drug test and report, whereas the internet program can't, you probably won't be able to find an acceptable internet program the Court will accept. There may be other options available to you given your situation with kids and work. I recommend contacting a local attorney to review these options and to petition the Court to allow this...
A private company, like a hospital, should not have access to your juvenile criminal record, especially if it was sealed. If you have any doubts, you can request your own record from the DOJ to make sure it is accurate.
She should meet with a local attorney that practices and is experienced in criminal law. Often times, if the evidence is insufficient, an attorney can contact the DA on her behalf prior to charges being filed in court to discuss the evidence.
You should provide your friend with a copy of your original ticket and the court docket indicating the case was dismissed. You may also want to provide a written statement depicting the circumstances regarding the dismissal. This documentation will be useful as well.
It seems from your question that your attorney, the DA, and Judge already discussed a creative sentence, and whether the entire sentence would be suspended. As my colleagues already noted, I recommend discussing whether to accept the offer with your attorney or contacting another local attorney for a second opinion after a detailed consultation.
You only have two years to try and have the arrest sealed and destroyed. I strongly suggest you speak with an attorney to see if it is possible to have the arrest sealed. Most attorneys offer free consultations.
The District Attorney's office decides whether and what charges to file. You should briefly consult with an attorney to learn about your rights and how best to handle the situation as each case is different. Most local attorneys offer a free consultation. Feel free to contact me at your convenience.