My ex took me to court for domestic violence, after she gets the order of protection she had a change heart and wants to try again, we move in together, all is well until an argument erupts I move out and she's continuing the order. Now I have pap...
Short answer is NO. The order isn't against her, it's against you... so it doesn't limit her in anyway.
This does happen very often and usually you're asking for a world of hurt by going back to the situation because once the argument erupts what usually happens more often than not is the other person calls the police and you're arrested for violating the order.
Be smart, stay away... don't risk going to jail over this.See question
Hello, i would like to Know if someone speak spanish, Thanks a lot !!!
Muchos abogados aquí hablan español. Simplemente trate de llamar a varios a ver con quien puedes comunicarte bien.See question
I had a mental black out, I drank till I blanked out and didn't know where I was at, I left my daughter in the house and was suppose to be going to the store and coming right back,that never happened I ended up at the precinct and then to the ment...
If you were charged with neglect or abuse and were found guilty or accepted responsibility then the appropriate child protective agency can file a derivative neglect/abuse case against you and seek to remove the newborn child from you as well.
Search for and find a good attorney ASAP!See question
A detective call me today and told me That I harrassed someone.which is not true.there was someone that I talked long time ago.and I texted her by mistake and she complained about me that I harrassed her.i was gonna text to someone else and I tex...
Was there or is there an order of protection against you from this person?
Was there a prior history of such allegations?
Generally a single text out of the blue after a lengthy period of no contact does not constitute harassment, nor will the police be interested in that sort of situation generally.
It sounds like there must be more to the story.
If the police ask you to meet with them this is a sure sign they intend to arrest you, if they did not ask you to come in then you can likely rest assured they've not made any decision to arrest you as of yet, but that could change.
I would suggest being in contact with a good criminal defense lawyer and being prepared in case there is an arrest based on this.See question
Is this case winnable?
This is not a very good question and you won't get very good answers as a result...
The first question is ask you would be conspiracy to commit what... I would assume you mean a drug charge as this is where conspira by is routinely charged but it could theoretically be many underlying charges...
A conspiracy to commit territory acts would be treated differently than a conspiracy to sell a small amount of marijuana. Which in turn would be treated differently than a conspiracy to sell a large amount of cocaine.
Please repost your question with a few more specifics in order to get better answers.See question
The charge is possesion of a deadly weapon in the second degree he has no violent crimnal history
The answer is generally yes. If bail was set on his state case the federal government generally won't place a hold that would keep him detained in state court but they may file a violation at the federal level and a hearing may be required there.
You should consider one of two things...
1) try speaking to his two attorneys on both cases and see if you can get more specific information on his situation.
2) consider hiring an experienced attorney that handles both state and federal matters.See question
Arrested for criminal possession of a weapon, class C felony and marijuana violation (residue only). Hand gun was in case with combination lock. First offense, no criminal background. Traveling for work, unaware of gun laws in NY.
On federal matters the locality is not as important as hiring an attorney that is well skilled in federal defense. Many defense attorneys have much state experience but then very little federal experience.
Fees also range tremendously for skilled federal defense attorneys, I would speak to a few people and discuss fees and make a choice based on your discussions and the fee requested by said attorney.
Good luck, this is a serious charge.See question
My friend's ex wife lives in Florida and he is in NY she recently got in trouble with the law and might serve time. Even if she doesn't she isn't in the right frame of mind to take care of a kid. He would like to bring his son back to NY to live w...
UCCJEA requires that all filings, unless there is an emergency situation where the child is in a different jurisdiction temporarily, that any and all filings be made in the jurisdiction where the child has lived over the last six months...
If the child has resided in florida for he last six months and had never left Florida then that is where the case must be filed.
If you can get the child here temporarily then you can file an emergency petition here!See question
My girlfriend was strip searched by a male officer at the Amityville police department after being arrested on misdemeanor charges. CPCS 7. Does she have a lawsuit worthwhile and if so, is there a lawyer that will take her case on a contingency ...
Generally No! They must call in for a female and make all accommodations necessary.
You have several options here... primarily, in order to protect all possible claims you should speak to an experienced civil rights attorney.
They will tell you various things, such as;
1. You must file a notice of claim within 90 days of the incident to protect your state claims.
2. You must file a lawsuit within a year and 90 days to also keep your state rights.
3. You may file a federal suit within 3 years of the incident (if you've missed the above deadlines his is usually the way to go)
Finally, you should keep any and all records you have of the incident... tickets etc.
You should also contact the departments internal affairs bureau and have an investigation commenced against the officer. This could be very helpful, many many years ago I worked at the department advocates bureau of. E NYPD, and we handled internal investigations of police officers. All the materials they turn up on the officers hen become discoverable materials during your case, which is great because you'd have access to information hay you otherwise wouldn't have had on the officer.
Good luck, contact and hire a good attorney to assist you with this. Generally, as far as I know, all civil rights attorneys work like personal I jury attorneys where there is no fee up front to be client.See question
I was in a relationship an abuser that also is an alcoholic and he has threatened me. I did not file charges against him, but I need him to stay away from myself and my child.
The options are fairly limited.
1. Go to the police and the person will likely bE arrested and charged criminally, an order of protection will then be issued by the court and it will continue until the end of the criminal case and then perhaps some further time depending on how the criminal case ends... ie if he is found or pleads guilty to something.
2. File with the family court, there will be no arrest but the court can order a temporary order and then a final order on the other parties consent OR after a trial.See question