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  • How can a bench warrent b put out if I had faxes to b excused sent from out of state childrens hospital where i was with my son?

    My son had deadly spinal menengitis that caused him to be deaf and luckly he survived but we"ve been back and forth to that Childrens hospital and also to have something done to help him be able to hear hopefully, but there is a very small window ...

    David’s Answer

    You are in an unfortunate situation. Only the court can excuse you from an appearance, and they are free to reject your reason and issue a bench warrant, no matter how valid. I advise that you turn yourself in on the warrant as soon as possible and retain an attorney to represent you on the bench warrant and the outstanding fine issue. Good luck.

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  • If a man 64 years old hits his fiance who is 69 and it is his first offence will he go o jail if he doesn't remember doing it

    the man was drinking

    David’s Answer

    I agree with my colleague. It is a very fact-sensitive issue in determining whether a term of incarceration is likely or not. It is heavily in his favor he has no prior offenses, but it may also depend on a number of other factors such as the extent of injuries, If he has not already done so, he should retain an attorney to represent him on any charges he has received, or apply for the Public Defender if necessary.

    David Bradley
    Bradley Law Firm, LLC

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  • My parents house was raided and the found under 50 grams of marijuana in my safe and charged me and my fiance with distribution

    I have no prior criminal charges. my fiance was charged 10 yrs ago was with under 50 grams of marijuana and distribution. he did not complete pre trial intervention or probation he got a vop when he was 2 weeks left and served his time in the co...

    David’s Answer

    You and your fiance should both retain different counsel to represent you on the charges. If you have no prior criminal offenses, you may be eligible for PTI, but you also may have issues to challenge the case as well that you should consider.

    David Bradley
    Bradley Law Firm

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  • If you have been finger printed and picture taken, should you have had miranda rights read to you?

    I am being charged with corruption of minors and serving alcohol to minors. I was interview and let go. I was finger printed and picture taken and was let go. I was under the impression that miranda rights were supposed to be read to you before...

    David’s Answer

    No, but if you were interviewed at the police station and asked questions regarding information other than biographical information, you should have been given your Miranda rights prior to the statement being taken from you. If you have not already done so, you should retain an attorney to represent you on your case.

    David Bradley
    Bradley Law Firm, LLC

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  • 2weeks left on federal parole indgive dirty marijuana urine

    3 dirty marijuana urine violations in past 3yrs in which i served a total of 9 days county time during parole

    David’s Answer

    If you mean to ask whether you can be violated, yes, most certainly, and you risk losing your street time. I'm not sure if that is what you are interested in knowing though. If you re-post your question in a way that is more clear we can probably assist you better.

    David Bradley
    Bradley Law Firm, LLC

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  • Do the cops need to read you your miranda rights when arresting you with a warrent.

    we werent home when they came so the cops went and got warrents and come in the middle of the night and didnt read my boyfriend his miranda rights when they where arresting him. ( we didnt even know there was any complaint against him or what he w...

    David’s Answer

    No, they only need to read him his rights prior to taking a statement from him if they so choose. If they fail to do so, the appropriate remedy is the inability of the state to use any such statement against him in his case.

    David Bradley
    Bradley Law Firm, LLC

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  • What kind of time am i looking at ?

    My name is ashley cover i got charged w retail theft and Int poss contr subst by per not reg on 10-14 -11 . First ? is what does the poss charge mean ? Then on 3-17-12 i got a dui fleeing the scene of an accident,hit and run . did not have a lic...

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    Depending on your blood alcohol level, you face up to 72 hrs mandatory in jail, plus a license suspension, and mandatory classes for the DUI. Because you have two separate cases, it makes your situation a bit more challenging, but you only face MANDATORY jail on the DUI.

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  • I need to know what my charge means

    I was arrested with pills that weren’t all mine. I got charged with “Int poss contr subst by per not reg.” What does this mean?

    David’s Answer

    You are charged with illegally possessing a controlled substance, possession of drugs. It is a misdemeanor where you face up to a year in prison, assuming it is a first offense. You should contact an attorney to represent you ASAP.

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  • Reconsideration of sentencing

    my boyfriend filed for a reconsideration of sentencing per se. he has now changed his mind. what does he need to do to withdraw it?

    David’s Answer

    He can simply notify his attorney that he no longer wishes to pursue the motion and the attorney will notify the court that he wishes to withdraw the motion.

    David Bradley
    Bradley Law Firm, LLC

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  • How can I get a carry permit in pa

    I was denied a carry permit because of a dui (m1) But on the form and the challenge form It says a conviction exceeding two years Which I did not my sentence was 90 days to 24 months So how come I was denied I dont what to fill out the challen...

    David’s Answer

    Because you faced more than a year potential based on the M1 grading of the DUI, it has made you ineligible for a permit.

    David Bradley
    Bradley Law Firm, LLC

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