security man accused me of taking a .99 cent b 12 drink. he said step back inside if you are not guilty. i did.because i knew i was not guilty of taking anything. and i had nothing on me.he was very rude as though he was trying to aggravate me i...
I agree, you probably won't get anywhere trying to talk to loss prevention. Since you signed that document, in their minds you did it and they will not discuss it further with you.
Also, because you signed the form, you have probably already agreed to pay their "civil penalty". An attorney can probably negotiate it down for you, but most of those forms contain an agreement to pay. I would have to look at it to know for sure. If it did, they could send it to collections and make it more expensive, and damage your credit.
Hiring an attorney in your area is probably the best thing you can do to protect your record.
I was charged with theft 3 but if I complete certain hours and pay $600 the judge said it'd be a deferred case.
I agree with the others, but 'deferred' can be used a couple of different ways. Make sure you fully understand what is being offered when they say 'deferred'. In my experience, it almost always means a dismissal at the end, but make sure you know exactly what you have to do to get that dismissal, and what can prevent it from happening.See question
current charge is a stand alone unlawful possession firearm second degree.
Yep. 51-60. 12 points WOULD expose the accused person to an exceptional sentence above the standard range, but in this case the charge maxes out at 60 so that risk is eliminated. Multiple counts (for more than one firearm) require consecutive sentences. And it if were to be bumped to a first degree for any reason, the range jumps to 87-116, with an exceptional sentence upward then available.See question
Would this be communication with a minor for immoral purposes RCW 9.68a.090? Also, if this information was disclosed to a counselor, would they be mandated to report it to law enforcement?
And is the counselor a school counselor? If so, then yes.
You should probably have a private consultation with a lawyer very soon to talk about what's going on, and so that you can be prepared for what may be coming next.
i had a intimate relationship with a roomates husband . i ended it very quickly and although nothing happened again he never stopped trying. when i lost my job he offered and i did accept some jewelry from him that i sold at a pawn shop. a year or...
Well, it certainly sounds like (at this point) this are accusations only, so the court cannot 'make' you pay restitution. You definitly need to get a good lawyer involved immediately, before this goes any further.
But to answer your question, the law does allow a person who is convicted of a crime to be ordered to pay restitution for 'uncharged' crimes in many circumstances.
They did a blood draw. I had prescription meds in me. It was filed 4 years ago, is it still on my record because nothing was resolved?
I would imagine it still shows as a pending case. If it was not resolved, then there can't be a finding of guilt that would put it "on your record". But there is probably a warrant, and that warrant will stay active basically forever until you take care of it.
Contact a DUI attorney and find out how to take care of it, you don't want this hanging over you forever!
Cops were called when I shoplift it was under $100 does that guarantee a court date? If so when will it come in the mail?
In Silverdale? As close to a guarantee as you are ever going to get. You will have ways to keep the charge off your criminal record. Some are quick and cheap, some are slow and expensive.
I would recommend you not wait for a court date. If you act quickly, a good attorney might be able to get the case resolved out of court, so there is never even a charge filed against you.
i recieved 3 violations on a fishing ticket on december 18th 2012 and the game warden wrote the court date for janurary 29 2012...........
I agree with the others, this won't automatically result in dismissal. In most courts, if you don't show up on the 29th, they will just issue a summons for a new date and you will still have to respond eventually. The court doesn't always use the date that the enforcement agency used anyway, so at the end of the day that date doesn't mean a whole lot.
Sounds like these are criminal citations. I would definitely talk to a lawyer who practices in that court before the 29th.
He wasnt familiar witht he area when pulling out onto a one way street. The police asked him if he had been drinking and he answered yes. He did not to a breath test on the road or at the station (he wasnt asked to do so at the jail). They did do ...
Sounds like the charge comes from Oregon, so he really needs advice from an Oregon attorney. Any hearing to attempt to avoid a license consequence would have to be done through the State of Oregon, not Washington. Be aware though that if Oregon suspends or revokes his driver's privilege, that suspension is supposed to carry over to all the other states.See question
Im 20 withno prior history not even a traffic ticket and i have a theft 3 charge for shoplifting and my arraignment is in a couple daysbut my lawyer is out of town what are my options?
Of course you can. Talk to a lawyer in your area, the consult should be free.See question