His charges are: Count 1,2: PC273.5(A) Inflict Corporal Injury on Spouse/Cohabitant; Count 3,4: PC245(A)(1) Assault With Deadly Weapon Not Firearm Or Force GBI Likely & He has 1 prior strike.
Impossible to predict without more information. The strike complicates the mix, and the facts of the case are very important. His/her attorney is the one to answer this question.See question
I had two minors with me
Interesting set of charges if they relate to the same incident. Yes, you will be presented with the charges at arraignment. You should have an attorney represent you if you can afford to hire one; if not, the public defender will be appointed to represent you. As the others have stated, much will depend on on the facts of this case and your prior history, if any.See question
Say a search warrant is executed and the police want certain financial papers. Upon entering the property, the police find a bunch of papers in the fireplace and they have been burned to an ash. If the police could not 100% say that those burned p...
Tampering is not the issue. Whether the ashes could be used as evidence at all would depend on the circumstances and laying a proper foundation for their admission, or for the statement/opinion that the ashes "probably were" financial papers they were looking for. I suspect that would be a major bone of contention in any resulting litigation.See question
exchange is made. they shake him down but find nothing on him. He is in an open parking lot where anyone could be walking. They ask where his car is, he tells them he doesn't own a car, which is true. They find the key to the vehicle and use the a...
There could be several issues here but hard to determine based on these limited facts. The length of the detention, as pointed out by Mr. Kaman, could impact whether the subsequeent search of the vehicle was lawful, among other possible things. If you do not have one already, consult with a criminal defense attorney to review the case.See question
He has been in their since 2012 for assault he was just accepted to college and will start june 15 also he wasw send to oklahoma state to a california out of state prison
He will do nearly 13 years in this situation. Hard to understand how he could apply and be accepted to college while in jail or prison, but that won't help with an early release. He can take some college-credit courses while there.See question
I'm not talking of sexual intercourse, just dating.
Dating is fine. Any sexual activity is where the difficulty arises. Help us all if they outlaw simple teenage dating!See question
arrested for 11550 and possesion charge (smoking device with meth inside of pipe) at jail i rememberd had a imitrex pill on me so i hurried n swallowed it (reason had a pill was in casino took one for incase of onset migrain.come big square packag...
You can request another appointed lawyer from the judge, or you can hire your own lawyer. You have the right to a jury trial always, and do not have to accept a plea deal if you don't want to do so - but you do have to accept the consequences, good or bad. Other than that it is impossible to tell you what you should do with your case without reviewing the case.See question
cause them bodily harm could this be a law. Thanks for help.
The governmentw will not legislate as to one person only, but there are restraining orders that can be issued by the court preventing one person from annoying or harassing another person. Also, in probation conditions the court almost always orders the person on probation to stay away from the victim or other co-participants. Your question is vague at best without specifics.See question
Was in my daughters car got 2nd DUI with hit and run car hit fence then I left it on side of road when my daughter found out she called the police and told them I was drinking I know I was not drunk when the acciden happend she was angry came hom...
You should be worried! Not only are you now charged with a second DUI but it is affecting your family. A second DUI arrest, a hit and run accident, and your own daughter calling the police should tell you something perhaps more important than what is going to happen in your case (although, drinking and driving is a potentially dangerous activity in itself). What is your drinking doing to your family and those around you? It's time to face what seems to be apparent to those who love you. Just a suggestion: take action and get some help before things get much worse.See question