Depends on how the ball was paid. If the money was placed on his books for self bail, DOJ will seize for back support. If mom bailed him out directly, she should get a refund, minus "service charges."See question
What was the date of this incident? The sheriff does have a duty to keep you safe in custody, but there is a 180 day notice requirement under the Oregon Tort Claims Act, and a statute of limitations for a federal case.See question
What about the request to search? Sounds like a great motion to suppress evidence to me.See question
Interesting question. I would call the state court administrators office in Salem.See question
Your instinct is absolutely correct, and I would never speak to police under the circumstances without having first consulted with an experienced criminal defense attorney.See question
Many people wear ankle bracelets without issue. My question is whether the PO has the authority to order you to wear the device if that was not ordered by the judge at your original sentencing. There have been a few cases about this recently. . .you should consult with an attorney.See question
Burglary = Trespass to a Structure + Intent to Commit a Crime Therein.
Sounds like a decent trial case to me.See question
Under these circumstances, you should be able to reach out to the sentencing court and request a modification of your sentence allowing you to live at your new address. I cannot imagine a court denying such a request.
I would recommend making the request in writing. Make sure you send the prosecutor a copy of your letter at the same time it is sent to the judge, and make sure the judge is aware that you provided the copy.
As an alternative, an experienced attorney could probably handle this situation for you in a fairly short time.See question
Merchants are allowed to use reasonable force to detain a shoplifter. You have no "right" to be taken into custody by police. It sounds like your reaction escalated the situation, and it is unlikely in my opinion that a jury will penalize the employees for their actions.See question
A probation warrant never expires on its own. However, if you have been doing well in your life since this incident, a skilled attorney may be able to work out a deal with the judge and DA to resolve your obligations with a penalty that won't interfere excessively with your life and the progress you have made to rehabilitate yourself.See question