I was pulled over for driving under suspension (DUI) related. I haven't had any charges since 2007. My probation officer said she isn't violating me, but wants an administrative hearing to be setups I have a meeting with her tomorrow. What should ...
What your PO says she will do may not be entirely her decision so you will want to talk to an attorney before making any statements to her about what you did or did not do. Anything you say to her, such as, "Yes, I was aware I did not have a valid license when I drove last week," can be used in the new criminal case. An attorney can be your filter.See question
I was set up by a friend, a CI, confident informant who was working for the drug task force. I sold him fentanyl. I was charged with Delivery of Fentanyl. He has since been arrested for the death of a local woman who was found dead in her car du...
As other answers have suggested, it depends on whether the CI is a necessary witness and whether there is other evidence of your crime, such as the statement you made in the question you asked (which is why you should not make ANY statements in a public forum). But simply because he was caught selling does not exculpate you from your crime. A good criminal defense attorney will know what to do.See question
My nephew is on probation for an M3. He flew to another state today, and I'm sure he didn't speak to the PO. What can happen now? Does the TSA have a way to identfy him as being on probation? Is there another way the probation people can find out ...
He can be in trouble, even if the PO learns of the trip at a later date. TSA will not likely have the information. Apparently you know and there is nothing stopping you or anyone who may want to see him get into trouble from making a phone call or sharing his Facebook posts. But if he does not fear the possibility of losing his street time and being resentenced to jail, tell him to enjoy his trip.See question
Her ex a while back stole money they were married, she was charged with a misdemeanor and started paying money on it but then lost her job and couldn't for a while... she had a warrant out and got pulled over and arrested.. so could they get jail ...
The answer to whether she "could serve jail" is "yes" if she has been accused and, later, convicted of a crime. It is perfectfully lawful in PA for a theft victim to demand repayment of stolen monies before any report of theft is made. The repayment could throw into question whether the initial reason for the re-payment was theft or not. She really needs a good lawyer who will be able to educate her on her options.See question
Is it a crime Forza Man 2 take pictures of me partially nude pulling clothes off and posed while I am unconscious or asleep
It depends on many things, including your age and whether you were in a place you had an expectation of privacy. If these pictures were taken in public, then most likely not. Call an attorney, with whom you can share confidential information, and learn about what reporting a possible crime will mean for you and the other person. You will be able to share what happened without fear a the information you share will become public - unless that is what YOU want to happen.See question
Stole 35k off my wife she pressed charges. She has 375,000 in an account our house is worth 126,000. She is trying to have mean since over everything and only so she will drop the charges.
If you were charged, it was by the police and not your wife. Her motives as to why she should or should not be upset are not relevant to the fact that you stole $35k. Get a lawyer.See question
I have been hired @ a restaurant in the Pgh airport. I am awaiting the results of my CHRC to come back for my employee badge. I have a pending criminal charge but no convictions. Will that prevent me from obtaining my security clearance? ( I a...
So long as you were truthful in your answers in the application process, you should be good. I'd suggest that you also look at your employee handbook/manual to see if the issue of new charges or pending accusation comes up. Good luck.See question
Wanna dumpster dive behind GameStop in Pike County because times are tough and I'd like to see if I can find anything that I can fix on my son for Christmas to give to him
Ask for permission, so you won't be trespassing. You also may be risking a theft accusation if they later claim the items found in your possession were not in the dumpster before you obtained them.See question
I got a citation in Sunbury Cop filed it at the Magistrate did not get itin there computer till over 30 days days. Can charges be dismissed
It depends on the offense charged. Some summary violations have a 30 day statute of limitation and some have up to two years. If it did get filed, you should respond to it. Do not ignore it even if you think it was filed too late. Consult with an attorney to get advice as to your options and to learn the best way to raise a possible statute of limitations defense.See question
I have a non violent felony, and a non drug related,felony , I have,a shoplifting above 5oo bucks . felony,
Fr this answer, I am assuming the crime for which you were convicted carried the possibility of more than one year of incarceration, even if that was not your actual sentence. Some states, such as Pennsylvania, do allow for you to remove the state disability (prohibition from possessing) afer the passage of time but you run into the problem of the federal prohibition. If the state where you were convicted allows for a pardon or some type of removal of the conviction, then it may be that you could regain the right to possess. You will want to speak with an attorney in the state where you were convicted.See question