My son transcript seem to be edited the sentence isn't completed it skips to the next sentence and that sentence doesn't make since at all
It is unlikely that the problem is tampering with the BMV. One of two things may have occurred. First, it may be a simple transcription error. The transcriber may have transcribed it improperly. Second, if it was an electronic recording instead of a live court reporter recording the hearing the person talking may have been too far from the microphone or some other problem resulting in a poor recording. The chances of the recording being tampered with are remote.See question
if a female flashes her breast or plays with her breast on a webcam , is it considered as a sexually explicit conduct?
Under federal law only exposing ones breasts is not sexually explicit conduct.
18 USC § 2256 defines sexually explicit conduct as:
(2) (A) Except as provided in subparagraph (B), "sexually explicit conduct" means actual or simulated--
(i) sexual intercourse, including genital-genital, oral-genital, anal-genital, or oral-anal, whether between persons of the same or opposite sex;
(iv) sadistic or masochistic abuse; or
(v) lascivious exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of any person;
(B) For purposes of subsection 8(B) of this section, "sexually explicit conduct" means--
(i) graphic sexual intercourse, including genital-genital, oral-genital, anal-genital, or oral-anal, whether between persons of the same or opposite sex, or lascivious simulated sexual intercourse where the genitals, breast, or pubic area of any person is exhibited;
(ii) graphic or lascivious simulated;
(II) masturbation; or
(III) sadistic or masochistic abuse; or
(iii) graphic or simulated lascivious exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of any person;
My husband is a first time offender and was sentenced to 22 years for 2 strong armed and 1 business burglary..
If your husband got 22 years, he almost certainly had a lawyer. You should ask that lawyer.See question
Getting charged with a federal case and I have state priors
The other answers are correct. There is another area in which the feds can use state priors. If you are charged with a crime that has an enhanced penalty if you have priors, they can be used for that purpose, as well as determining your criminal history at sentencing. For example, if you are charged with a drug offense and have a state drug felony conviction, that can be used to increase the penalties you face upon conviction.See question
Just wanted to know that thanks
No. The fact that someone at the failed to fingerprint you does not affect the validity of the conviction. The court judgment of conviction stands.See question
My husband is an illegal and got a first dwi and he got 30 days in jail 2 day credits will he be there for long or can he get out before or get deported?
This is not a federal crime question. This is a question for an immigration lawyer. I am moving this to the immigration forum so that you might get an answer.See question
2nd offense OAS
It means you received a jail sentence of 365 days, and were put on probation. Since it was a second OAS I assume the probation was for a year or less. Of the 365 days, you were required to serve 15 days up front, less any time for which you received credit. That means you have 350 days of jail hanging over your head. If you fail to abide by the conditions of probation you can be sent to jail for any period up to 350 days. It is important that you maintain contact with your probation officer and follow all of the conditions of probation.See question
My fiance is a registered sex offender in Wisconsin whom entered the state of South Dakota w/o registering as a sex offender.We cannot find anywhere that states he needed to register as an offender except in the case he planned to live there then ...
If your fiance is locked up without a lawyer you should call the federal defender's office in Pierre, (605) 224-0009. the will certainly be able to either help you or direct you to someone who can.See question
got a ticket from cop who was park in a commercial parking lot. is that legal or entrapment
It is not entrapment. Entrapment means the police pressured or lured you into committing an offense that you would not otherwise have committed. I assume the police didn't call you up and tell you you needed to speed somewhere.
The only person who can complain about police on private property is the property owner.See question
Online dating- the girl lied about her age and I didn't know she was under age until after we were intimate.
The most common sentence is a prison sentence for anywhere up to five years (the maximum for a Class C felony.) Get a lawyer.See question