First time ticketed. Clean driving record. Was just caught for speeding. Nothing else
Jail time is probably unlikely, but you are facing very serious consequences pertaining to your driver's license. You should contact a lawyer asap.See question
My husband's attorney has guaranteed dismissal of a criminal case. His words exactly were, "the criminal case will be dismissed on the next court date". The long and short of it is, this case was commenced about a month ago, and the felony complai...
No, but he can tell you he is very confident the case will be dismissed barring any material change or information unknown to him.See question
I was charged with 9 counts of Misd. I was convicted of 1 and fined $150.00. I believe I can get the conviction overturned on appeal. I acted pro se for 3 years of motion practice and a full jury trial. It will cost me $1500.00 for the trial trans...
You now have a misdemeanor conviction on your record so that may be reason enough to appeal. You won't be able to recover any of your costs though, but based on your income you may qualify for a free transcript.See question
I got a yellow ticket today because i went through the turnstile and was fined $100 will it stay on my record if i pay it?
Yellow tickets are not criminal. You should be fine.See question
what does this mean as per jail time? she had 9 warrants and showed up at court finally. her next court date is next month. also what do the "parts" mean? there are 3 different parts
It is hard to tell you how much time she is facing without knowing a lot more details - does she have a criminal record? Is this her first offense? What did she steal? Don't answer this online, but call a lawyer for a free consultation to discuss it in detail. Usually there are different courtroom parts (at least in bigger cities, like NYC) - one part is only for arraignment for example, one might be for domestic violence, one might be for trials, etc.See question
I plan to go for a week and my case is Y.O and sealed. I plan to take a flight to florida and back. My P.O has no clue that im planning a mini vacation.
Do the conditions of your probation allow you to travel? If not, it would be a foolish thing to do because you'd b in a lot of hot water if she finds out. Moreover, she would probably give you permission if you ask her as long as you're doing well on probation..See question
What happens to someone criminal record after they change their name?
You would still have a criminal record because it is tied to your fingerprints, not your name. It could help you though in terms of people Googling your name, if there are bad articles about you. It may also make it more difficult for employers to find out. Good luckSee question
I am 13 years old. For the last 2 days I am talking with a 18-year-old from England, and I am in Greece. Anyway, I made a kik account so we could chat and I sent him a photo of me (only the face). I have seen many photos of him and he said that he...
Based on what you've written you don't have anything to worry about in terms of criminal charges. You need to be careful on the internet though and should probably talk to your parents about your Kik account and your concerns. Good luckSee question
Can an armed felony offense be reduced? Or does it have to go to the grand jury?
yes, unless it gets reduced which is unlikely given the fact a gun was involved.See question
It's his vehicle, his weed, and he claimed it when we were pulled over. I agreed to help bust his supplier so that the charges would be dropped. We went home. The supplier doesn't sell weed anymore (terrible coincidence). I have never done drugs, ...
On the first court date you will just be given a copy of your charges and enter a plea of not guilty. You should hire a lawyer before then, though you can get one appointed if you don't have money to hire one. As to whether you are going to get convicted a lot more facts are necessary but if Tennessee has constructive possession (which means everyone in the car is responsible) you could be in trouble. If this is your first "offense" it could go a long way to getting you out of trouble. You should contact on of the lawyers from your state who answers this question. Good luckSee question