Legal Advice for Warrants — 227 results
Written by attorney Patrick Canan, over 1 year ago.
If your St. Johns County misdemeanor lawyer can successfully suppress evidence that was obtained through a warrantless or illegal search, the prosecutions case against you will likely... more
Written by attorney Grant Schwarz, about 1 year ago.
A brief preview into the criminal system and options for first time offenders.
Written by attorney Michael Pollok, over 1 year ago.
So you have been arrested. What will happen next? Will you remain in jail or will you be released while the case is pending? This guide will briefly discuss processing after arrest in first... more
Written by attorney Salvatore Bonanno, over 1 year ago.
If you got the benefit of a dismissal, acquittal or a nolle, be sure to clean up the mess.
In Connecticut, 20 days after all charges are dismissed, or 13 months after a case is nolled, it'... more
Written by attorney Debra Reece, almost 2 years ago.
The police are at your door. They want to talk to you or they want to search. What do you do? What do you avoid doing? Here are some simple, clear tips.
Written by attorney Nicolaie Cocis, almost 2 years ago.
Criminal Defense in Lake Elsinore
In early October, 2012 a man was arrested on burglary charges in Lake Elsinore. A second warrant was served about 2 weeks later and, according to police,... more
Written by attorney Richard Simmons, about 2 years ago.
Mrs. Noluck gets a telephone call in the middle of the night, Neumann, her 39 year-old son, is calling collect from a detention facility. She accepts the charges to hear the following: "Mom,... more
Written by attorney Max Allen Keller, over 2 years ago.
Warrants and blood-tests in DWI cases, states disagree, P 1
Many of the DWI stories directly involve issues that directly arise under Minnesota's implied consent and driving while... more
Written by attorney Stephen D Aarons, over 3 years ago.
What is a bench warrant? How did one get issued in your case? What can you do about it?
Written by attorney Benjamin Mesiti, over 2 years ago.
I HAVE BEEN ARRESTED, NOW WHAT?
Actually, there are certain things you should know even prior to being arrested in the State of Rhode Island. Follow these simple, basic rules, and you could... more
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