How do I get bail conditions waved? And what do I do if I'm innocent?
You cannot simply get your bail conditions waived because you believe you are innocent.See question
How do I get a case dropped if I am innocent if I am charged for something I didn't do? What do I do if that happens?
You cannot simply ask the court or the State to drop a case because you claim that you are innocent. You are entitled to a trial where you can make the State prove its case and you can present a defense.See question
My Neighbor threatened to kill me and I had a Witness also (another Neighbor in building) So I called 911 and they patched me over to local PD who took 2 1/2 hours to arrive and when he arrived he was angry at me for calling. I told him I was scar...
People do not "press" charges against other people. The police make that decision. You can contact the police department to file a complaint or the NH attorney General's office with your complaint. You can also seek a stalking order from the local district court.See question
I was in New Hampshire state prison on a parole violation an my farther passed away a I was denied to go visit him in the hospital on I was not allowed to go to wake or funeral service.i was told by law I was supposed to be able to go to at least ...
Generally, there is nothing that you can do about it. You were an inmate at a prison for a parole violation for something that you did wrong while out on parole. The prison has rules and regulations and if you did not qualify for a furlough, then unfortunately you were not going to be allowed to see your father or attend his funeral. The prison and county jails are separate entities and have different rules and regulations.See question
I was arrest for felony possession and asked for a continuous on my probable cause hearing cause I was In the process of hiring a private attorney but the court waived my probable cause hearing with out me ever even knowing is that allowed I never...
You have formally indicted and cannot have a probable cause hearing. Even if you had a probable cause hearing and the court found no probable cause, the county attorney's office could still present the case before the grand jury. If the grand jury found sufficient probable cause, it could return an indictment against you and you would still be charged in superior court. I suggest that you retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you in your case and focus on defending your case in superior court going forward.See question
I live in NH and have a domestic violence charge In Massachusetts 19 years ago,I have had the charge sealed in Massachusetts but Nh police tell me I need to get it expunged, how would I go about this.
You cannot get your conviction in MA "expunged " or annulled (which is what it is referred to in NH) by MA law.See question
My brother and I turned out of Taco Bell at 12:23 and stopped at the red light, while waiting for the light to turn green we noticed a cop car pulled up right behind us. Once the light turned green and before my brother could start driving the cop...
The prosecutor will not simple drop the charges against you. You should hire an experienced attorney in your area to represent you in your case.See question
I was in my car parked on the side of a residential road and a cop came around the corner and shined a spotlight on my car told me to get out and conducted a field sobriety test and I was arrested and brought to the police station, had my breath t...
You can will not simply be dropped because you believe that the police illegally stopped you. Only the police or prosecution can "drop" a case. The prosecution has broad discretion on how to proceed in the handling of your case and sitting behind the wheel of your car while parked on the side of the road has been determined to be "driving" by the NH Supreme Court. However, each case is different based upon the facts and circumstances and you should retain an experienced NH DWI to represent you in your case.See question
Issued speeding ticket. Wrote not guilty and mailed it in. A pretrial conference was scheduled.
The police officer who issued the ticket does not and generally will not be at the pre-trial conference in NH. The department's Proseccutor or court officer will be there to handle all of the pre-trials.See question
What happened was last night my girlfriend/fiance and I went out for the night to a bar. Upon leaving I had hit a curb and popped the tire. We got into the next parking lot and pulled over. We got in an argument about me hitting something with ...
You cannot simply get the case dropped. In NH, people do not press charges and cannot drop charges. You can attend the arraignment tomorrow and tell the prosecutor and the judge that you would like the no contact order lifted. But the prosecutor is the one that determines the handling of the case, not you. You have the right to have input but cannot drop the case. Your fiancé should hire an attorney immediately.See question