I was charged with a felony manufacturing with intent to distribute at the time i was picked up on the warrant the cops found me with a small amount of drugs on me. I am out on bail now for the first charge and now the cops are charging me with a ...
Many District Justices do not give ROR but rather unsecured bail; either way, if you have never failed to appear for a proceeding and you have ties to the community, you may be given unsecured bail. A lot depends on your prior record and/or the Commonwealth's position as well.See question
Paint was put on carpet of old house we lived at by me and cousin and wife got charged too BC her name was on lease
Your answer is not complete, so it is unclear what happened with your wife's probation violation and whether a detainer was lodged against her, whether she was charged with a summary offense only, etc.
I'm not sure what you meant by the paint and the lease, but some of your question seems to pertain to matters that are civil and not criminal in nature. You should contact an experienced attorney to further discuss your case(s).See question
7 years ago I was sentenced to 5 years probation and $13,000 restitution. During the 5 years I was able to pay it down to $10,200. I then became a single father of my 4 children and receive no child support. The probation was extended for 2 more y...
You might be able to petition the court through an attorney, and there may be some latitude given if you have been making good faith efforts at payment. In all likelihood, however, the court - depending on the county - will probably just extend probation further in order to allow for you to 'make the victim whole'. More information is needed about the sentence you were given and the nature of the restitution in order for me to fully answer your question.See question
a man was trying to kill me with his car..i ran to my car and attempted to escape my assailant in doing so i broke the speed limit and a cop joined the chase. the officer was to close to my bumper thus making it unsafe to come to an immediate stop...
Without more information, it is difficult to tell exactly what or how the events unfolded. However, a fleeing and eluding charge is a misdemeanor of the second degree (M2), or in some cases a felony of the third degree (F3) in Pennsylvania, neither of which are subject to expungement. Only summary offenses - or cases that were granted an alternative disposition - can be expunged in Pennsylvania, not misdemeanors or felonies.See question
i was pulled over in Red Hill .PA.... the cops have issues me with some ticket's and I was wondering what the tickets mean and if any are felony's and will i go to jail I'm also on felony drug court for a foraged instrument and felony probation fo...
If you were issued a "ticket" you are generally not being charged with a felony in PA.
Based on the limited information above, it looks like you were charged with 2 ungraded misdemeanors, a couple of summaries and an M3. Again, this is based on the limited info you provided here and you should follow up with an attorney who can sit down with you and discuss your case more thoroughly.
Because you are in drug court and on probation in another state, there are a number of issues you should discuss with an attorney so she can help you avoid problems with bail, extradition, probation/parole violations, and the actual charges now pending.See question
Wife had affair and I began drinking after 15 years. Some bad stuff happened. She filed a PFA but had it withdrawn. A month later she filed another one, but also want to withdraw it. Will the judge deny it based on the proximity of the petitions? ...
Not necessarily, but in Montgomery County a lot would depend on which Judge you were in front of and as my colleague mentioned, the proximity (and nature) of the PFA and the allegations contained therein.See question
Yesterday I went to my local court house to make a payment on a traffic citation. While there, I was informed a pre-bench warrant was just issued because I had not responded with a plea regarding a criminal/defiant trespass citation. I was very ...
The short answer is yes.
Based on the information above only, it sounds like the Commonwealth could bring charges for forgery (felony), false ID to law enforcement officials, and potentially there could be federal charges regarding any mail theft. There is no way to advise whether it would be "resolved at court"; if you're asking whether it would be resolved on the date of the initial citation proceeding, it's unlikely. The cops would need to conduct an investigation based on your reporting the above to them. You would then need to appear as a witness for the prosecution. I would suggest going to the police department and filing a report. They will take it from there.
Hope this helps.See question
Would it violate the "shared legal custody" provision of a custody order to baptize a child without the consent or knowledge of the other parent?
It could very well be considered a violation of shared legal custody. Many practitioners describe legal custody (as opposed to physical custody) as decision-making capacity in regard to the child's major life events or factors. These often include the areas of medicine, religion and education, for example. As baptism is considered a major event in Christian religion, your spouse could hold you in contempt of your purported custody Order should you proceed in the baptism without his/her knowledge or consent.See question
Can the prosecutors or DA subpoena that same witness, the day before the trial begins, and try to persuade that witness to change their mind and testify on their behalf?
If a witness is under subpoena, he or she must appear in court to testify. The District Attorney will question that witness in order to elicit testimony favorable to their case; the defendant through his or her counsel will then have the opportunity to cross-examine that witness.
From the sound of your question, it doesn't appear that defense (or defense counsel) ever subpoenaed the witness. You should consider calling/retaining a criminal defense attorney to further go over your case.See question
My husband and I are facing problems in our marriage that is likely to lead us to divorce. We have only been married seven months. I just received an inheritance from my father and I want to buy a house (with my money, without any contribution fro...
If you were to file for divorce, you would likely not have to "split" the prospective house with your husband for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the short length of your marriage. However, you'd be wise to consult an experienced divorce attorney in Montgomery County who can help you with this, especially if you have an inheritance at issue.
The source of the purchase money, the timing and nature of a house purchase, and where you and your husband would each live if you filed all play a part. If you consult an attorney, she can help you navigate through all of this before taking any action.See question