Skip to main content
Alex Walker Presti

Alex Presti’s Answers

39 total


  • What does it mean when it says motion for discovery proposed order?

    Alex’s Answer

    Seek out a local criminal defense attorney who can help your husband. Your question and then your statement are two completely things, although linked, and I think if you were able to meet with a local attorney they would be able to answer what you're really looking for.

    See question 
  • If I am under pretrial for felony possession charges which will be justifiably be dismissed is it ok to get my guns out of pawn?

    Alex’s Answer

    I would recommend you seek out a local criminal defense attorney who can go over your past history and current restrictions as it relates to your pretrial program and possessing guns. I would not go get the guns beforehand.

    See question 
  • Will I go to jail?

    Alex’s Answer

    It all depends. Your question is so broad that no one is going to be able to give you any advice on this question other than hire a local criminal defense attorney. Without knowing any of the other facts, and assuming that you're guilty of the second charge, and you plead guilty on the second charge than yes it is possible that that will end your PTD program and you will be found guilty of whatever that charge was. There are different stipulations for each individual PTD program and they vary from county to county. Hire an attorney to help you with this.

    See question 
  • Are there any ways to get community service hours counted towards adult probation without necessarily volunteering somewhere

    Alex’s Answer

    The way that your question is phrased doesn't sound good. I think you meant to ask, "can my husband substitute something else in place of his community service towards his probation." The answer to that question is maybe, but not likely. You would need to talk with the district attorney's office explain why your husband is having difficulty completing his community service hours and ask if the remaining hours be waived, or in place of hours could he pay a fee or maybe submit to a regular drug test. If it were me, I would just find a way to complete the community service. The best answer though is to find a local criminal defense attorney to help you better approach this question. DA's vary from county to county and depending on what your husband's charge was a DA might not even consider lowering the amount of service your husband has to complete.

    See question 
  • My name is Layne Paris was wondering if i have warrants?

    Alex’s Answer

    Well if you think you have a warrant or you think there's a possibility for you to have a warrant, you probably know where you got ticketed/charged/ arrested. You can always contact a criminal defense attorney to help you with that who lives in the county that you were charged in or you contact the court where you were charged to see if there's a warrant out for your arrest.

    See question 
  • How long will I sit in jail on a 286$ court fee?

    Alex’s Answer

    Have you tried contacting the court to set up a payment plan?

    See question 
  • The house is in my name. No legal papers have been filed. I went and retrieved my belongings. can I be charged jail?

    Alex’s Answer

    I'm not entirely sure what you're asking here. It appears as if you are facing criminal charges rather than a civil rights action. What is the warrant for? I think you'll need to contact a local criminal defense attorney to help you with your situation.

    See question 
  • My condo apt. Was water damaged due to neighboring apt. Fire. Who is responsible?

    Alex’s Answer

    You can absolutely contact a real estate attorney in your area to help you through this. I would hope that your neighbor has homeowner's insurance that would cover the damage caused to your apartment.

    See question 
  • If I get a ticket dismissed while on deferred adjudication for a different ticket am I violating the deferred?

    Alex’s Answer

    I agree with the other attorney. Contact a local criminal defense attorney to help guide you through this process.

    See question 
  • If i go to eviction court will i be arresed for an old warrant

    Alex’s Answer

    A lot of that depends on what your warrant for is as well.

    See question