How much time is he facing?
1. Is he charged with a misdemeanor a felony?
2. Are any special allegations charged? (Great bodily injury, use of a weapon etc).
3. What kind of burglary conviction does he have.
Defoe ding in the answers to those questions the answer is anywhere between 365 days and several decades. Let me know and I'll give you a more complete answer.
Yesterday, my significant other claims that she was sexually assaulted and raped by our so-called "acquaintance" of ours at the time at a party/some sort of gathering. I don't have the exact details yet, but knowing my girlfriend, I'm going to say...
You shouldn't do anything but be supportive. SHE has the option of going to the police and filing a report, or not going to the police and dealing what happened in some other way.See question
I am on deferred judgment and I understand my case will be dismissed as long as I don't get into trouble. After getting case dismissed, is it possible to seal the record from public(e.g background check)? My charges were indecent exposure and ...
The only thing the general public will see from a background check is a conviction. If your case is dismissed there will be no conviction. The arrest will be there, but it will not be accessible by non-government entities.See question
The incident happened at JCPenny. I was caught along with my cousin, I don't remember the details.
If you were convicted of a crime the record is permanent. Arrested and convicted are not the same thing. Did you ever go to court? Were you an adult when this happened?See question
I was given a check in which I tried to cash and was arrested. I had nothing to do with the actual document (check) other than attempting to cash it out. At the time I was homeless with no income and was approached by someone who asked if I wanted...
You don't have a defense. What you did was obviously illegal from the moment you were approached. You may catch a break if you agree to testify about the people who were in charge of the fraud ring. You need to talk to the public defender (if you are homeless you obviously qualify).See question
What dose the capitol letter mean usually charge looks like this 245(a)1 my son looks like this 245(A)1
It doesn't mean anything. If the parenthesis was missing or moved such as 245a(1) that sometimes would make a difference, but capitalization is irrelevant.See question
I'm in California. Total cost of items stolen was less than $400 so it was classified as a misdemeanor. I'm currently unemployed and have been applying for jobs. When I go in for an interview and consent to a background check, will the potential e...
They will not see the arrest, but if you are convicted of a crime they will seek that.See question
My brother is suffering a mental breakdown and his arraignment keeps getting delayed because he is not stable enough, he had a lawyer checking on him and report back to me then the lawyer wanted more money so I dismissed him from the case because...
At the next court appearance the attorney will need to tell the judge that he has been fired and the judge will then ask the defendant if he is able to hire another attorney. If the defendant says that he is not able to hire another attorney, a public defender will be assigned. This will not necessarily be the same person for his whole case. The public defender's office may assign different attorneys to handle a case as time goes on.See question
I was handcuffed, punched in the face, tazered, headsacked five times in a row with white fabric that wasn't transparent, and then strapped to a bed and injected via several needles with substances that made me lose consciousness. I may have ver...
You would not have been left alone if you were under arrest. An officer would have waited for you to medically treated, and then taken you to jail. You're in the clear.See question