I owe a bank money
Assuming that this is the first court date in this case and the bank has not yet obtained judgment against you and you have not been issued a subpoena, the likely result will be that you will be defaulted and the bank will get a judgment against you for the amount you owe the bank, plus costs. The bank will then start collections action. That will probably involve you being subpoenaed into court to give testimony about your ability to pay. If you fail to appear on a subpoena you can be arrested.See question
my boyfriend got assaulted by two of his blood related uncles, & his grandpa. all three held him down, hit him and punched him, spit in his face, choked him and there was blood on the floor. they're all older than 22, and today we filed a police r...
There is no way to tell. It is likely that they will be charged with crimes. If they are convicted their penalty will depend upon their past records and the facts of the case.See question
My bf went into federal custody after being in jail already 3 months. State dropped charges and the feds filed a criminal complaint on 12/13/16. He had his initial appearance and detention hearing which they did not let him come home on pretrial ...
I have to assume your boyfriend has a lawyer. If not he should get one. this is not a problem that can be handled by you with advice from a lawyer online. If he cannot afford a lawyer, the federal public defenders are very good and the court will appoint a defender to represent him.See question
Just making sure I want get in trouble for sexting with my girlfriend!
You fail to mention whether your girlfriend is 18 or older. That is equally important.See question
In July of 2008, I was convicted of an OVI, my CDL was suspended for 1 year. I then went back to driving. Then in August of 2014, I pled guilty to another OVI. I am now being told that my CDL is permenantly revoked and that I cannot get it back. I...
The second DUI triggered a lifetime revocation. After ten years from the conviction (2024) you should be able to petition for reinstatement. You will likely need to show a long history of sobriety and alcohol treatment to prevail.See question
Third time getting pulled over for suspended license due to dui, I am single mom and I can't risk going to jail or felon this would end my career in the health care. I need answers.
Your best option is to hire a lawyer right away. You are not going to solve this with online help. A lawyer can look at the entire case and apply the knowledge and experience gained in defending cases in your area to get a better result.See question
30 years ago I was found guilty of b&e. The penalty could have been over 1year which makes me ineligable to purchase a Weapon. (The Brady act) am I allowed to own and possess my previously purchased or inherited weapons?
No, you are a convicted felon. You cannot possess a firearm or ammunition, regardless of how you obtained it.See question
If a plaintiff has a prior convictions on traffic offenses that are unrelated to her civil rights unlawful detention lawsuit. Would the fact that she did jail time for those traffic charges automatically become admissible for the defendants to try...
Do you have an attorney? If so you should pose the question to the attorney. If you are representing yourself look at F.R.Evid 609 and read the cases that discuss it. Some traffic convictions may be admissible such as felony charges. See Keungne v. United States AG, 561 F.3d 1281, 1282 (11th Cir. 2009).See question
My boyfriend has been in prison for the past 5 years in Arizona. He is in prison for a life sentence. He shot a man but didn't not know his action. He was under the influence of alcohol and drugs and before the shooting his daughter passed away a ...
It is unlikely that there is much you can do. The deadline for filing an appeal is over. The deadline for filing a federal habeas action is may have passed. I do not know if there are any Arizona post conviction remedies available. You should hire an attorney who handles post-conviction work to review the entire file.See question
My brother plead guilty to federal gun charges and is still in jail awaiting sentencing after 120 days? How long can they hold him in the county jail before he is moved to federal prison?
They will hold him in the county until he is sentenced. The very earliest a person is sentenced in federal court is usually 12 weeks after a plea. The PSR can take 6 weeks or longer. The parties then have two weeks to object. After objections the probation office then has two weeks to revise the report. Rarely is the sentencing scheduled within two weeks after that. 120 days is not unusual. Your brother will get full credit for each day he serves and will not lose any good time, assuming he has been in federal custody and not state custody on state charges.See question