My husband and our tenant exchanged words over the phone. The tenant then text us saying he was going to file terroristic threat charges aganist us as well as harrasment charges. We are currently in the prosess of evicting him and feel that he i...
The tenant saying he is going to file charges means nothing. The police decide whether charges are going to be filed. Terroristic Threats is a misdemeanor in Pennsylvania.See question
check the law on that they have to give you days on that to get out of your blood they charge you with nanograms .who knows what that is thanks for nothing
No, thank you for nothing. Hire a lawyer and stop complaining about not getting a free answer to your unintelligible question.See question
Just out of curiosity how often do first time offenders for a Misdemeanor 1 theft receive jail time? was originally a felony of the 3rd degree but got bargain down to an open plea to an M1 theft, - first time offender, no prior criminal record no...
How many times are you going to post about this case? Ask you lawyer all of these questions. No one on this website can haphazardly just guess about what sentence you will receive.See question
My daughter was in a accident a mess in its own anyway she was never charged with anything talked to the state police twice . She was driving home today and got pulled over the officer arrested her telling her she had a warrant so we had to bail h...
The existence of a warrant means that she was charged. I think your question is actually why was your daughter not aware of the warrant.See question
My husband was stopped last week while walking home from work. It was late and the officer asked for his ID. Upon entering his information the officer found a bench warrant from 2008 for Pennsylvania. We live in new Jersey. He had unpaid fines fro...
You need to hire a lawyer that handles cases in Bucks County to assist you. It sounds like you are in need of information and a lawyer will know where to look. Many lawyers on this website, including myself, offer free initial consultations.See question
This is a simple assault & harassment case. The state police where notified about the incident 12/30 and 3 weeks later we hear filed charges will be delivered to the court. What does that even mean?
You are being charged with criminal offenses. The trooper files the case with the appropriate district court and the court will send you paperwork to initiate the case. You should hire a lawyer right away so you can be prepared for your first court appearance.See question
adjudicated case status? whats that mean?
I agree with my colleagues. The defendant's case is not finalized at this point.See question
Hi, I was charged with terroristic threats M1 misdemeanor when I was 21 and I am now 39. I've done a lot of research on this topic and have only found that a pardon will clear me of this charge and they are very rarely given. I recently heard tha...
Unfortunately, you are able to have your record sealed under the new PA expungement law. The "M1" designation stands for Misdemeanor of the First Degree and therefore makes you ineligible for relief. Best of luck!See question
I had to pled to a f-2 interference with the custody of a child. It's been 13 years with no criminal incidents and a lot of work in the community. I would like to coach baseball but because of background checks I cannot?
No. Under current law in Pennsylvania, a felony of the second degree is not able to be expunged. Your way to try to get it removed from your record would be to seek a governor's pardon.See question
Charged with F3 Theft laid ect by mistake F3 Conspiracy- theft laid ect by mistake --Will the conspiracy charge have sentencing or will it just be sentenced for the theft, or be sentenced for both? I have a hard time understanding Conspi...
While you can technically can be sentenced separately on theft and conspiracy, you are likely to receive one sentence. Conspiracy charge basically alleges that you and at least one other person (must 2 or more) had an agreement to commit a theft and took a step to commit the crime. The agreement doesn't need to be in writing but rather can be established by the evidence in the case. I would hire a lawyer right away to make sure the case is handled properlySee question