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Kailey Moran

Spokane Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Got a criminal trespassing, 2nd degree,pleaded guilty thinking I was only pleading guilty to a ticket,now in violation of probat

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Kailey Moran
    1 lawyer answer

    You should contact the attorney who represented you on the deferred prosecution to see if he or she can assist you on the probation violation. It may be possible to reopen the criminal trespassing case depending on how long ago it occurred. If you pled guilty to the criminal trespassing, you may be in violation of the deferred prosecution agreement so it is very important that you seek an attorney's advice.

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  2. How long would me boyfriend get for trafficking stolen property

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Shawn B Alexander
    2. Kailey Moran
    2 lawyer answers

    Sentencing in Washington State is determined by a Sentencing Guideline Manual for all felonies. The type of crime charged and prior offenses are the factors that lead to a sentencing "range" in the Guideline Manual. Third Degree Theft and Malicious Mischief Third Degree are misdemeanors. They do not have a sentencing grid and the maximum sentence is 1 year imprisonment as they are "gross misdemeanors". You don't mention in your email whether the trafficking in stolen property is in the...

  3. This question is about being charged with attempted robbery in WA state.

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Michael F. Morgan
    2. Kailey Moran
    3. Adrian Martinez Madrone
    3 lawyer answers

    It is nearly impossible to ever predict what a jury would do. In terms of accomplice liability, here is the Revised Code of Washington citation 9A.08.020 in pertinent part: (3) A person is an accomplice of another person in the commission of a crime if: (a) With knowledge that it will promote or facilitate the commission of the crime, he or she: (i) Solicits, commands, encourages, or requests such other person to commit it; or (ii) Aids or agrees to aid such other person in...

  4. Court clerk made a mistake on dropping fellony to mistameanor and dident do it wehat can i do

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Scott John Terry
    2. Kailey Moran
    2 lawyer answers

    If you were represented by an attorney in 2003, a good place to start would be contacting that attorney. Whether you were represented by a public defender or a private attorney, most attorneys keep client records for several years and may be able to quickly provide you the paperwork and guidance that you need to resolve this problem. If you were not represented or do not recall who your lawyer was, you can get copies of the paperwork that the Clerk's office has which would show who...

  5. My 20 yr old is charged with burglary and theft by deception. he has a juvenille record nothing major. what should he do?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Noah Howard Pines
    2. Kailey Moran
    3. Alexander M. Ivakhnenko
    4. Michael Lawrence Doyle
    4 lawyer answers

    Your son should either hire an attorney or apply for a public defender in Georgia. He should strongly consider having counsel present if he chooses to talk to the police about his involvement because anything he says can be used against him later. If he has been charged, he has the right to counsel, and if he cannot afford counsel, an attorney must be provided for him. He has the right to have that attorney present at any questioning by the police. In most states, a person must know that...

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