Legal Advice for Jail — 132 results
Written by attorney Brian Gurwitz, over 5 years ago.
Determine if you are eligible for the new jail credits. The new rules governing custody credits apply to all defendants, except those who: (1) are registered sex offenders, (2) are serving... more
Written by attorney Stephen D Aarons, about 4 years ago.
24/7 Bondsmen The fastest way to get someone out of jail is to hire a bondsman. Typically they will charge ten percent of the bond as their fee but they may consider a payment plan. They... more
Written by attorney Ashley D. Adams, over 2 years ago.
A Phoenix man was recently sentenced to 15 years in prison for scamming a fellow fraudster. Gino Carlucci reportedly stole from a convicted Ohio Ponzi schemer until authorities discovered... more
Written by attorney Sean McQuaid, over 2 years ago.
By now everyone has heard the story of the blonde haired, blue-eyed former middle school teacher, Debra LaFave, who was described by her attorney as too pretty for prison after allegedly... more
Written by attorney Laura A Fine, almost 6 years ago.
Release on your own Recognizance Persons with low level crimes who have little or no prior criminal history may be released on their own recognizance. This is often done through a third... more
Written by attorney Cy M. Abdo, over 4 years ago.
Social Security benefits while in prison
Did you know that you may not collect Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits while incarcerated? Both of these programs... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, almost 3 years ago.
What can you do clear your criminal record if you were convicted of a felony and sentenced to state prison?
If you were sentenced to state prison or sentenced under the authority of the... more
Written by attorney F. Powers, over 3 years ago.
NC mom gets prison time for teen's drinking death
Posted: 11:03 am EST November 22, 2011
BREVARD, N.C. -- A North Carolina woman will spend more than a year in prison for involuntary... more
Written by attorney Tobias Licker, over 3 years ago.
Overwhelming debt can lead to sleep deprivation, anxiety, and depression. If left unchecked debt can easily become a "prison." Although debt can feel like an impenetrable fortress, there... more
Written by attorney Robert Sanger, over 4 years ago.
In California State Courts and in Federal Courts, a person accused of a crime has statutory and Constitutional rights regarding bail. A lawyer should advise the person accused or her or his... more
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