Moving forward after ARD, DUI, "expunged"
Honesty is valued by an employer. If you lie to your present or intended employer it will be a part of your profile, and you cannot change that. Have you been arrested? Yes. Have you been convicted! No. An employer may know that a private company can keep your records even though they have been expunged. A law enforcement agency or a court must destroy your record pursuant to an expungement order. No so for a private company or an individual. Here honesty is the best policy. Another thing: An employer may not know it, but ARD is occasionally a dumping ground for cases deemed to be weak by the prosecution. Likewise, it may be taken by an accused because it is less expensive or easier than going to trial. By taking ARD you are not admitting your guilt, and the prosecution is not admitting that it cannot prove its case. Compromise means the case goes to a disposition faster. Hence "Accelerated."See question
Divorce situation and husband and wife cannot agree on which agent to use. I am assuming once it goes to court, then the judge will just appoint an agent to represent the sale? Both parties want to use an agent but the husband has his and the wife...
Good grief. If you two cannot agree on the agent how are you going to agree on the sale price? Perhaps the solution can be found in each picking out 2 or 3 agents, putting their names on a slip of paper, putting them into a hat and drawing out one. If the question goes to the judge, he's going to pick someone neither wants. Good luck. Sounds like you are in a tough battle.See question
My ex-gf & I have DV restraining orders on the other. We both have filed reports violations. One report was actually about the same exact incident even. Later at a 7-11, LAPD arrested me. I was charged with felony stalking and spent 4 nights in ja...
Generally, if you were found guilty or not guilty the government cannot bring charges again based on the same incident. Dropping charges is not a final disposition. The whole thrust of the agreement is that both sides did not want to go to trial. It seems that going to 12 step meetings for a month in return for dropping criminal charges is a good deal for you.See question
My boyfriend was issued a bench warrant for failure to appear (we never received notification of the hearing through the mail). It was for 1st offense DUI (a DUI from 6 years ago); he turned himself in 2 months ago. He still has not been arraigned...
It seems that none of these publicly paid employees/agencies have picked up on your boyfriend's plight. If what you say is accurate, there appears to be no reason why he should still be behind bars. In the meantime he is costing the tax payer roughly $100 per day.
Hire a private attorney.See question
The program is a sex offender program and they require me to take a poly graph test before completing the program.my agent says if I don't pay 325.00 to have this done,she will violate my parole and pull my street time and send me back to prison
Requiring you to take a polygraph to show that you have complied is a reasonable condition. If you refuse to take the test, she may recommend to the board that your parole be revoked.See question
I was arrested on probable cause of store burglary. Im the affidavit the police lied. My fiancee overheard a witness say he didnt see nothing so y is he there and on the paper it says the witness saw it. Then another witness never showed up. And t...
You have the hearing unless the prosecution has a lot to offer that persuades you to waive.
The hearing is to determine whether the DA has a case. It's also to let you have an idea of what you will be facing if you have a trial. You know, most ADAs don't appreciate the benefit to them of having a hearing. For the most part, they want to dispose of a case with a quick guilty plea to the most serious offenses. If they've got the evidence it may be the best argument for a guilty plea to what the facts show.
You are not entitled to viewing any videotape at the district court level, but it must be made available to you at the common pleas level.
In the meantime, what is their case all about? What your fiancee heard about? Did another witness never show up?See question
Can Police find my question on here and use it against me - I am worried about questions I have posted and want to have them deleted.
Yes. Of course. It's public. It may seem pretty private typing into a computer when you're in a room with the door closed, but it is not.
Probably the question is whether you have identified yourself in your post.
Talk to someone who is concerned, knowledgeable and who is bound to keep what you say private.
That is what having a lawyer to talk to is all about.See question
The other night I was in a car that got pulled over for speeding and the cop decided to search it for drugs. I had a small amount of marijuana in my purse along with a bowl. I'm willing to take full responsibility for that, but I also got the blam...
One of the first things an attorney will do is to bring out the facts of the case from you as you know them and address the facts in the charging papers. There are too many questions about what the facts are to answer your questions.
See a lawyer. It seems that you are quite upset so just knowing what the situation is legally will help to ease your fears.See question
My boyfriend had a hearing in pittsburgh on Wednesday, while we were signing for a continuance, he had a bench warrant NOBODY knew about, and the sheriff's came and got him, they told me he'll get out after a hearing within 72 hours. He called me ...
Your situation calls for an attorney to dig into and get the reasons for the miscommunication and what was done by your boyfriend (and yourself) to keep the authorities up to date on his whereabouts. Eg., did he have an attorney in the case where the bench warrant was issued? Was he / why wasn't he told?
The PDs are good lawyers as a rule, but they have a lot of cases to handle, and I think this will require the individual attention that a private lawyer can give it.See question
i have police report n it concerns business n for taking inventory n equipment n lease n transfering to some 1 else
My question before going any further: Is this your defense to a burglary charge you're facing? A theft charge?See question