My boyfriend got into some trouble with his friends back in 2015 and they were all caught and charged. He caught the worst of it because they all pinned it on him. He got 4 counts of burglary and 1 count of theft under $1,000. The court deemed th...
Mr. Oakley is correct. They cannot reopen charges that were nolle prossed as part of a plea deal. However, they can violate his probation for failing to pay restitution timely. It will certainly help that he has paid restitution in full. I would not treat it as "petty" that he did not pay restitution when he was supposed to do so. The judge can still sentence him to some or all of the unserved sentence if he did not pay it timely. He should consult with counsel.See question
This morning I was cited with speeding (65mph in posted 50). In addition to this citation I was cited for following too closely, unsafe lane changes, and failure to present registration when asked by an officer. To begin I never passed 55mph. The ...
You should request a trial and not a waiver hearing within 30 days. If the police officer does not appear, you will be acquitted of the charges. If the police officer appears, you can have a trial. Even if you are convicted, the judge can offer you probation before judgment which avoids the points. The judge can also reduce the fines.
If you pay the tickets, you will receive points on your license which will cause your insurance rates to increase.See question
Disorderly conduct Orderd to attend 26 weeks of self help group once a week
You need to have proof that you attended these meetings. This means you need written documentation or receipts.See question
I got dui back in 2003, with license revoked. Got them back with 1-year interlock and alcohol restriction. I already had been accepted and booked to go to school in Hawaii, so left never really completing md license restriction rules in md....Whil...
You can check with the MVA, but I would expect that you would be required to do a one year interlock since your license was revoked due to a DUI and you were ordered to do the one year interlock before.See question
I have been granted a hearing to prove I need my license. What plan of action is there to take? I have taken a driver improvement course. The unpaid tickets I had was because I did not have a job at the time.
You should bring proof of your need for a driver's license to the hearing. This would include a letter from your employer showing your need for a license, class schedule, or whatever else you need your license for. You should also bring documentation that you completed driver improvement.See question
I got a CR record because it was 2 offenses in one case. 1st case was driving with suspended tags. 2nd case was possession of marijuana. The case was nolle prosequ. But it still appears on my judiciary search as in employeers can see this. I'...
It is inconsistent to plead guilty and for the charges to be nolle prossed. Perhaps some of the charges were nolle prossed and some were not.
In your situation, if the possession of marijuana was less than 10g and you were convicted or received a PBJ and the driving on a suspended license charge was nolle prossed, then they both can be expunged since possession of marijuana less than 10g is no longer a crime.
If you received a PBJ for driving on a suspended license and had no charges in the next three years and the marijuana charge was less than 10g or was more than 10g, but was nolle prossed, then you can your record expunged assuming you have no current charges.
This assumes that there were no other charges resulting in a guilty finding.
The laws on expungement are complex. Consult with an attorney to see if you are eligible for expungement.See question
I've been in an accident and didn't have pip insurance but it wasn't my fault. The other guy insurance doesn't want to pay my medical bills because I suppose to have pip insurance
You are always responsible for your own medical bills. If you waived PIP and have health insurance, submit the bills to your health insurance. If you do not have health insurance, your attorney can ask the health care providers to wait for settlement to be paid.
The other party is responsible for all medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, etc. However, they will not pay any money unless you settle the case and sign a Release. They do not pay medical bills as they are incurred.
If you do not have an attorney, you should retain one.See question
Originally there were 2 judgments enteredin 2003, one which my ex-wife was listed as a defendant which it appears she requested for dismissal and was granted(Md. rule 3-507). the other judgement is entered in my name only but still active with th...
A judgment in Maryland is good for 12 years, but can be renewed for another 12 years. Based upon the information you provided, the judgment was entered in 2003 and then renewed in 2015. It is now valid until 2027.
If you have a lot of debt, you could consult with a bankruptcy attorney.See question
My boyfriend is locked up on 2nd degree assault charges and one count of false imprisonment against me. He is being held with out bond in Baltimore city. Part of the reason that he's being held without bond is because he's on probation for a gun c...
Your boyfriend needs an attorney to represent him. He can ask for a postponement to obtain an attorney and the decision whether to postpone the case is up to the judge.
The decision whether to try the case is up to the prosecutor and they have indicated they are going forward. You have been subpoenaed as a witness and must appear for the trial. You have no control over what happens in the case which is why your boyfriend needs counsel.
If he cannot afford a private attorney, he should ask for a postponement to obtain the Public Defender. He must go to the Public Defender at least 10 business days before the court date.See question
We were in a car accident back in November. My car was totaled and the car insurance paid out the value of the car. The GAP insurance company denied my claim to pay the remaining balance claiming the accident stemmed from a DUI. I was not issued a...
Review the terms of your policy and their letter denying coverage. If there is no basis for their denial of coverage, then you are going to have to sue for breach of contract. You probably will want to hire an attorney to file suit if that is the case.See question