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I got arrested for a burglury and got charged with an e felony,I then fought it and got a misdemeanor and community service I end up moving to a small town in ct and never did the hours I'm scared to do jail time
Hire an attorney that frequents the court that issued the warrant. That lawyer should be able to filed a Motion to Vacate the warrant and argue it to the court (with you standing next to him); particularly, if there's a plausible argument for the court vacate the warrant. However, be prepared to post a bond should the motion be denied, and the warrant is served upon you. If the warrant is served on you, you will have a Failure to Appear case, as well as the original case you had. At that time, the case can still be resolved so you're not always looking over your shoulder.See question
I currently live in Hartford ct, my in laws have my 2 children since january 31, I was in the hospital proving I was not "crazy" which I have, now dcf won't let them come home, try keep giving me more reasons and more to do. Its under the 45 day...
Not necessarily. The last thing you want is a criminal or new DCF case filed against you. Contact an attorney that handles a lot of juvenile court matters. Good luck. SalSee question
I got arrested for risk of injury to a minor. I got accepted for the AR program for 1 year. Its been six months and I find myself in the same situation. I just want to know what happens now.
A termination of the AR is NOT automatic. I, as well as other criminal defense attorneys have been able to preserve the AR while working to resolve the new case. Hire a competent criminal defense attorney ASAP.See question
I puled up my case up off the docket it say pending case for what it is and then it says re arest
I agree with the other attorneys that you probably failed to appear for court and were ordered rearrested; however, it could also have occurred because you were to pay a fine and failed to pay it, or that you were granted a diversionary program and failed to complete it.
Regardless, hire a competing criminal defense attorney right away to file a motion to vacate the rearrest warrant. With a rearrest warrant outstanding, you can be arrested at any time until it's either vacated or served.
Have an issue to deal with fisrt really important cant go to jail until done
What you pay a bondsman is the premium (cost) you paid to post the bond. Therefore, if you paid the bondsman's premium in full, but don't show up to court, the bail bond company will track you down because they'd be responsible for the bond they posted on your behalf. ... And they don't like losing money! The bond company can also foreclose on any property put up as collateral for the bond.
Additionally, you'd be charged with a new crime of failure to appear, which could be either a misdemeanor or a felony; depending on the underlying charge. Also, depending on which court and who's the prosecutor, you'd get additional jail time for the FTA. Show up to court and have your lawyer negotiate a continuance.
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I received a hand writterspeeding ticket in CT and the officer left the "At time" section blank and only put the date. Is this grounds for dismissal? I have my court case tomorrow and wish to know if it's worth challenging this technicality and th...
It will not be dismissed. Neglecting to state the time that the infraction occurred is not a fatal flaw. The court could always set the case for trial and the officer could testify as to the time.
If you go to the court to negotiate a reduced fine or ask for it to be dropped, do not argue that there are any legal deficiencies in the ticket; rather, be polite and ask for some consideration with the fine. That's the best tact in you case.See question
I posted a bail bond for a friend when he was going to be released they revoked his release due to violating parole. The bail bonds men said he can not do anything because it was already sent to the bonding company. I am located in CT. HELP
Your questions is a bit unclear, because there wouldn't be any bail set for a parole violation. However, if your friend, while out on parole, was arrested for a new case for which you posted bond (through a bail bond company) and then was locked up for the parole violation, that would be different. Under those facts, I suspect that you're out of luck because he was technically bonded out on the new case before he was locked up for the parole violation. Consequently, you paid the bail bondsman a premium for a bond he actually posted (on the new arrest).See question
I have a question regarding DCF. An incident occurred last summer where a 16 yr. old with a previous history of sexual abuse accused my boyfriend of touching her zipper on her sweater when he was drinking. Nothing happened after but now all of a s...
Under no circumstances should you talk to DCF, law enforcement or any other agency investigating the matter without an attorney that handles criminal defense litigation with experience in sexual assault cases. Despite the "official" purpose of DCF, I have always viewed them as an extension of law enforcement. Hire an attorney if you speak with anyone!See question
My local police applied for an arrest warrant on my husband for "Risk of injury to a minor" after I reported him confessing to me (which I have recorded) that he has tried to look at our 11yr old daughter in the shower and that he regularly tries ...
The state's attorney (prosecutor) is the only one that can decide whether or not to prosecute. I can understand you frustration, but you need to contact the state's attorney for the Judicial District of New London.
Another option may be to retain an attorney that can represent your interest as a victim to a crime. That attorney may be able to highlight why there's cause for the state's attorney to prosecute the matter.
I got arrested for domesic charges in ct . and the the so called victim want to tell the truth to the court what happen that she was under the influence of drugs pcp and the officer did not did a full investigation in what really happen.and i got ...
First, retain a competent criminal defense attorney that goes to the court in which your case is pending. Second, do not give any statements to anyone other than your attorney. Third, be prepared to provide contact information for the person who now wants to tell the truth to your attorney. I generally, have my investigator locate that person and try to secure a statement for court. Fourth, don't try to get a statement from the person yourself because you might get charge for the felony of Tampering with a Witness.
Salvatore BonannoSee question