Officer was at a house where I should up...Just was returning a scooter of the person that lived there. The man who's scooter I was returning collects aluminium cans. There was some in the back of scooter...which happen to be beer cans.. I was tak...
The officer's word is evidence. it is called testimonial evidence. You need a lawyer. Interview some lawyers in your area and hire one you like.See question
He was picked up by the us marshals, charged with sell, barter drugs and conspiracy. He's not a convicted felon, is a business owner and also was never caught with any drugs on him during the traffic stop last year. Is there points deducted for pl...
If your husband has a lawyer, ask that lawyer. If your husband doesn't have a lawyer, he needs one now. Your comments about level one with 21-24 points make no sense.
Points can be deducted for pleading guilty.
He doesn't need to be caught with drugs to be charged with conspiracy to traffic.See question
second charge not settled yet just curious
You will need to contact an Egyptian immigration attorney to figure out if your criminal record bars you from entering that country. That is a question of Egyptian law, not US law.See question
MY 16 YEAR OLD ADHD & AUTISTIC SON WAS WITH A FRIEND THAT COMMITED ARMED ROBBERY & HAD PRIORS OF THIS SAME CRIME MY SON WAS CHARGED & TRANSFERED AS AN ADULT HE HAS BEEN ASSULTED IN JAIL 3 TIMES & NEED MEDICAL ASSISTANT BUT THEY LET HIM MAKE AN AD...
You have been advised by a lawyer to contact the ACLU and file a civil suit. The lawyer who advised you knows a whole lot more about the case than we do. My inf]put is follow the advice of the lawyer that knows the most about the case. Contact the ACLU.See question
my husbands public defender isn't returning his calls and not giving him information on his case (if any available). he wanted me to see if any criminal defense laywers do payment plans or could possibly work something out...
No lawyer in your area can contact you through this questions. Lawyers who answer questions here are not allowed to contact the people asking questions for the purpose of soliciting business. You need to contact the lawyers yourself. use the Find a lawyer tab at the top of the page. Put in the city where the court is located.See question
My boyfriend currently spent six years in prison. He is currently supervise release however he caught a couple charges one is a simple battery which is a misdemeanor and he is facing some other charges that could possibly be dropped all together...
The maximum he can get depends on the original charge, and can be from one to five years. he should ask his lawyer about the answer to this question. The federal court will appoint a lawyer to represent him if he cannot afford a lawyer.See question
My boyfriend got falsely accused of hitting me in the stomach and at the time I thought I was pregnant and that's what I told the police
If you told the police your boyfriend hit you in the stomach and you were pregnant, that is the reason he is being charged. The police and prosecutor do not have to believe you if you changed your story.See question
threating to use pryor felony against
It depends on how they are using the prior conviction. If this is a drug charge under 18 USC 841 there is no time age limit on considering prior drug felonies. If this is an Armed Career Criminal Act charge under 18 USC 924 there is no age limit on felonies that may be considered as ACCA predicates. If you are talking about sentencing as a Career Offender under USSG §4B1.1 there are time limits but they will depend on the facts of the prior to determine whether they are counted. There are other offenses where prior convictions count, and there are rules for when priors can count at sentencing. I can't list them all here. If you have a lawyer, ask your lawyer about this. If you do not have a lawyer get one.See question
There was a warrant for a gun , the cops found ammo and my husband is a felon and now they are charging him on a federal case.
Yes, it is serious. If his record is not serious (one or two felonies) he is facing a maximum of ten years in prison. If, however, he has a serious record involving three or more felony crimes of violence, drug felonies or burglaries, he may be classified as an Armed Career Criminal. The minimum penalty for possession by an Armed Career Criminal is fifteen years and the maximum is life.
Your husband needs a lawyer. If he cannot afford one the federal court will appoint one. Usually this will be a Federal Defender. FD lawyers are usually very good. Talk to his lawyer about this.See question
1.3% is a fatal dose of alcohol. If truly was 1.3 and you are still alive you have a good case based on machine malfunction. If it is .13 that is a middling level and you should contact a DUI lawyer right away.See question