2 girls and I got arrested for one of the girls drugs. I made up a lie to protect the girl who owned the drugs. I later asked my attorney to recanted bc it was a lie and incriminating. But in my discovery there was not a box marked such as a yes o...
This is a question for your lawyer. As a general rule your attorney cannot recant a confession for you and make it go away. The prosecutor is not required to believe you when you recant an incriminating statement.See question
My Grand daughter is mentally disabled and was placed on probation and failed to finish a program she did not understand. They also made her sign a wavier she did not understand. Now they have arrested her, She doesn't understand any of this. Plea...
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Instead of worrying about suing the probation office (which is probably a loser) you should worry about getting a lawyer for your granddaughter to defend her on the probation charge.See question
Past the 4 years Statue of Limitations? Thank you
This question does not make any sense. Try again.See question
MMy boyfriend had court yesterday and denied the charges they were presenting so he has another court date. I was wondering if he would have a court appointed attorney? And will be meet with my boyfriend prior to court
If he is facing jail and meets the income limits for court-appointed counsel, the court will appoint a lawyer. If he makes too much money or is not facing jail counsel will not be appointed.
Whether you can meet with him will depend upon his bail conditions and the policies at the jail. If his bail conditions prohibit contact with you, you cannot meet with him. Bail conditions will probably prohibit contact if you are a victim, co-defendant or witness.See question
I told the officer that I have nerve damage in my lower left leg and a bad back which I go to pain management for but he still made me try to balance on that leg and he also had me to try the one foot in front of the other test. Which I can do nei...
Most drugs are not like alcohol. For most drugs you cannot establish a blood concentration and then say the person is under the influence because they are at that level. People who take a drug infrequently may be impaired at very low levels. People who take the drug on a regular basis like you develop a tolerance for the drug's effects and may not be impaired at that same level. Hire a good DUI lawyer. You should also expect to have to hire a toxicologist or pharmacologist to explain this issue.
Your experience with field testing and medical conditions is unfortunately common. Police seem to have one track minds when it comes to these tests, and they give them to people they should not. A good DUI lawyer can handle this issue.See question
In the United States Judicial System "EVIDENCE" especially "PHYSICAL EVIDENCE" or "EYE-WITNESS EVIDENCE" should fall into play in all areas of Criminal Law.But there seems to be a huge issue when it evidence pertains to an alleged 'Eye-witness' ac...
So you are saying if someone breaks into your house and robs you of $10,000 at gunpoint, but they don't leave any physical evidence, they should not be prosecuted on your word that you they pointed a gun at you and robbed you? Are you saying there must be a video recording or fingerprints to prosecute them? The fact is that people who commit crimes often try to avoid leaving physical evidence. Sometimes eyewitness testimony is all there is.See question
My husband was federally charged with illegally growing Marijuana in MT when it was state legal but not federally legal. He did 3 years probation and his case was dismissed in March of 2016. Now he has been ordered to complete a discovery in a cus...
Your husband needs to talk to his lawyer in the custody case. If that lawyer cannot answer the questions your husband can be referred to someone who can. There is too much here that we don't know, so we cannot answer the question. It would not be a good idea to post that information online, so he needs to go over everything with a lawyer in person.See question
Childs father on felony dwi probation (on interstate transfer)had guns sent to him from texas to wi. Not legally but but he brought pieces and had others shipped. Wi didnt charge, texas extradited/ re-took, revocation hearing in a few days, it fal...
The best way to find out if Tx will charge is to call the prosecutor handling the case. You might also call the ATF.See question
If I have an old fine from 14 years ago, do I still have to pay it? I thought statute of limitations was 7 years
There is no statute of limitations on fines.See question
I’m being harassed by a scammer in another country who pretended to be an attractive women (over the age of 18) that got me to get naked via webcam and now this person has my video and they are demanding money or else they will post it online and ...
If you send them money they will just keep asking for more. You ought to plan on your picture being on the internet. The next time a woman you don't know asks for naked pictures of you, rethink your last response. You can report the scam to the FBI.