First time been in trouble on disable been charge with 5 counts of selling oxcod.and 5 counts selling sudboxs which those wasn't mind how should I pleade
This is not an appropriate forum to ask how you should plead. You need to have a confidential consultation with an attorney who will be able to evaluate your case and give you solid advise. There are probably several issues in your case that need careful research.See question
My niece filed a police report for domestic violence against her now estranged husband. She has medical records and pictures. Nearly 3 weeks later he filed charges against her but has no evidence. He received a summons for a preliminary hearing an...
A Preliminary Hearing and Preliminary Inquiry are two different things. A Preliminary Hearing involves a felony charge and it is a hearing in which the judge determines whether there is sufficient evidence to charge the alleged felony and send the case to the Circuit Court. A Preliminary Inquiry relates to charges in the District Court and is intended to advise the defendant that she has the right to an attorney. My guess is that the State is proceeding on Felony charges against your niece's husband and only misdemeanors related to her. You niece needs to speak with her attorney. If her attorney enters his/her appearance the Preliminary Inquiry may be removed.See question
So my husband was arrested November 3rd for 8 different charges - Att Home Invasion -Att Burglary 1st, 3rd & 4th Degree -Tresspassing - Telephone Misuse - Retilate of witness - Mal Destruction of Property He was arrested, bonded out, the...
This issue is really related to your husband, not you. From what you describe, your husband may have missed a court date. It is also possible that the court issues a warrant based on the charges. What is very clear is that your husband needs a lawyer. If he has a lawyer, that lawyer can answer all these questions and can provide a good strategy for dealing with these significant issues. You husband needs to have an attorney as soon as possible.See question
I was charged with a nonviolent domestic violence felony stalking in Georgia in 2012. I was dealing with some mental health issues at the time and it led to erratic behavior on my part that caused this. I was not convicted, but instead in 2013 I w...
The best thing to do is to set up a consultation with an attorney who is experienced with these particular employment issues. An attorney can review the standards for the various licenses and certifications and the elements of the crime to see what impact there may or may not be. As a general rule, most licensing authorities are concerned with convictions that involve dishonesty. While they may investigate other crimes, dishonesty is usually the big issue. An attorney can review all the circumstances in your case and give you a good answer to your questions. Please understand that no attorney can guaranty what a licensing authority will do, but at least you can get an idea of where you stand.See question
My boyfriend has been denied bail twice and is being charged felonies based on false aligations would he be granted a bail to be released even if he's indcited at his preliminary??
It is possible that a judge could conduct a bond review at the Preliminary Hearing, but it depends on the jurisdiction. Some courts require a separate motion and hear those requests on separate days. I agree with the prior answer that a reduction seems unlikely, especially if your boyfriend was denied bond BEFORE he was indicted.
The best thing to do is to talk to your boyfriend's attorney about these issues.See question
On April 4th, I was issued a criminal citation at my job for theft of company funds/property under $1000. The citation issued to me gave me a penalty of $500 and "18 months", but I do wish to avoid jail time and would prefer to pay fines if possi...
Unfortunately, you do not have a choice as to any punishment. You are misunderstanding the charging document. That is why it is very important to consult an attorney. Given what you say you are charged with, the potential penalty is 18 months and $500, OR BOTH. The decision will be made by the judge when you go to court. I strongly suggest you get an attorney. Some jurisdictions have diversion programs. Some jurisdictions can look at these cases in a very aggressive way. You should contact an attorney as soon as possible.
Good luck.See question
I'm a juvenile I'm 19 now I got on probation since I was 16 and my charge was theft under 1,000 ever since then I heard nothing from the people I stole from ever since so my po is trying to send a request to close my case so I need a good possibil...
You are no longer a juvenile. You are an adult. However, it appears that your case was a juvenile matter. The court can close your case when it determines you are no longer in need of services. I would assume that you have a good chance at this point.See question
I have PBJ unsupervised probation for 10 months. I recently last Sunday stole a client's credit card and total amount was $240. I bought food and gas. I offered to repay her. Despite it being a misdemeanor, how soon could I be brought in? Could th...
There is now way to know for sure. However, it is not likely that the police will come banging on your door tonight. The victim would need to report the matter, the police would then issue a charge and you could be served by either being arrested or the court could issue a summons.
More importantly, you need to worry about 2 things. First, the new charge (which other answers lay out for you). Second, you need to worry about a Violation of Probation. The court could find that you violated probation, take away the PBJ and "re-sentence" you.
You should consult an attorney.See question
My friend ended up in a bad situation with her ex. Judge ordered a joint trial for the both of them. I looked up online when her hearing is. She has a court date however, he does not. His charges are much more severe than hers and this is a repeat...
Unfortunately, there is no way to answer you question from the e limited information you have provided. However, you should know that when 2 people are charged with offenses from the same event, they can (and often are) tried together. This can happen even if the charges are different. If these are cross-charges, the court will often set them for te same date and time, because many of the issues will be the same.
The best thing to do is to have your friend talk to her lawyer.See question
My spouse's lawyer met with him to discuss his sentencing hearing for DUI that is coming up and advised him that he thinks he should pay more since he has to return to court for delayed sentencing (which is what the judge wanted, it was not aske...
The answer to your question all depends on the agreement made between your husband and the attorney. If the arrangement you describe is part of the agreement with the attorney, it is legal. The issue is not a criminal question, but one regarding contract and legal ethics. This is an issue between your husband and his lawyer. Unfortunately, you are out of the loop. However, the terms of the engagement of the lawyer should be clear to your husband.
Good luck.See question