I have a court meeting meeting in 3 weeks. Im scared because I dont know what to expect. Will I get Jail time? Am I going to have to pay a big fine like $500 or worst. Im 18 and I cant get my mind straight. What do I need to for this court meeting...
Speak with a few local criminal defense attorneys that are local to the court. Try to hire an attorney to advise you and to protect all of your legal rights. The attorney will get all of the reports and speak with the prosecutor, then advise you as to the best route to take.See question
I was arrested yesterday for stealing $23 worth of alcohol from a grocery store. I am 18 and have no criminal record prior to this point. There is video evidence that I had attempted to steal the merchandise as well.
You should seek out and meet with an experienced, local criminal defense attorney. Depending on the facts of the case and your criminal background it may be possible to get an ACD offer.See question
Hi my bf got arrested for pressing me down I think that's why they took him how long does he stay in jail the officer ask me was I being held against my will
To answer your question would require you to state the charges that the District Attorney charged your boyfriend with, your boyfriends prior criminal record, if there is one and the proof that the police have in order to try to prove the charges.
You can contact a local attorney and speak with them regarding the current bail conditions and try to have your boyfriend properly represented.
My son has a case and neither do he or I feel his lawyer is fighting for him he's accepting anything the DA is saying and about to let my son get some time for something he didint do;
Your son is entitled the attorney of his choice if he can afford to hire an attorney. If not he should speak wit the attorney about the direction of the case. Your son does not have to plead guilty, he has the right to go to trial.See question
I was arrested for a dwai after I was reended what is my best possible ourcome
Without any details about your case it is very difficult to say. Your best outcome however would be a dismissal by the prosecutor of the charge or a not guilty verdict after a trial.See question
Got arrested for possession of marijuana less than 50 grams. Got a complaint-summons to attend court, but don't know what to expect. It's my first offense.
Yes you should plead not guilty and seek the advise and counsel of a local criminal defense attorney.See question
28 years ago I was on vacation. I was several hundred miles from home in a neighboring state. I was arrested. I paid for food and later complained that people who had been in line after me were being served and I wanted to know if my food was rea...
I would have to agree that the statute of limitations do not apply to a filed case.
The court's bench warrant for a failure to appear does not disappear with time.
You should return on the warrant and clear the case.
I had gotten pulled over while coming home after drinking wine at a friends house for following too close to another vehicle. I felt ok however, I failed the sobriety test. Agreed to the breathalyzer test and blew at .14. I was also pelted with 3 ...
The idea is to sit down with all the police reports, calibrations from the breath testing device and an experienced DWI attorney to discuss your case. You do have a right to a trial. The best way to approach a case like this is step by step.See question
My brother had an accident, a month ago, a pedestrian crossed the street in red, my brother hit her, he panicked and ran of the scene, he turned himself in,3 hours later but the girl died , now he is in jail, and the lawyer is negotiating with th...
I agreed with Mr. Aaslberg, every case is different and every negotiation takes time.
It could be that the delay could benefit your brother in the plea if the attorney is putting together a mitigation packet to present to the prosecutor.
my son was pulled over for a tail light out...resulting in a dui arrest...when we picked his car up we checked the tail lights all were functioning perfectly
Your son's attorney, after reviewing the discovery can file a written motion and request a formal pretrial hearing on the issue of the probable cause to pull over the car. The issue of the taillight can be litigated and the attorney will be permitted to cross-examine the police officer with regard to his/her observations with regard to the taillight.See question