It happened on 2009 I was 19 when it happened I did my probation and paid my restitution
If you were convicted of the larceny and you were over the age of 18 when the offense occurred, you must wait 15 years to have the charge expunged in North Carolina. It may benefit you to have an attorney look into your background check to make sure you were over 18 at the time the offense occurred, as this could affect the timelines.See question
I got speeding ticket going81 in 60 . Chatham county nc. I was speeding cause i got a call that my wife sicke. I did explain that to the trooper . but i end withe court day. Any advice please
You should contact a local attorney.See question
When I was 17 i was charged with a misdemeanor for possession of marijuana (under a half ounce) and paraphernalia. I hired an attorney and I had to take a drug class. Upon completing the drug class, both the charges were dismissed. But I am not su...
You should look into an expungement of the records of the dismissed case. It sounds like you may be eligible. The link below will offer you more information on a North Carolina expungement.See question
I think it may be from 10 years ago for a bounced check that the bank did not cover but I was in the middle of getting divorced and moved out of the area therefore do not recall getting anything in the mail about going to court or making restituti...
It's best to speak with a lawyer before you turn yourself in. Most in the Raleigh area will offer you a free consultation.See question
If I verbalize to someone that "I'm going to ruin their life and tell the judge she lied under oath at a family hearing" consider communicating a threat? I did that and now I got a freaking summons saying I communicated a threat. How is that a thr...
Communicating a threat is a serious charge in North Carolina. This sounds like a "people's case." She went before a magistrate and made her complaint. You will need a lawyer to defend you. Though in Wake County these are cases that are usually not very difficult to win in court with an attorney on your side. You will want to try to get the case dismissed and then later expunged from your record.See question
Husband swears he can not get car refinanced in his own name. Car is worth less than owed. Any way I can get car out of my name? He also is talking of leaving the country to live and may leave car with a friend who will make payments while he is ...
A separation agreement would be a great start. Though the creditors could still come after you if he doesn't pay.See question
I received a ticket for running a stop sign. This occurred in North Carolina around 10PM. I was pulling out of a parking lot at my work. I stopped at the entry to the street, looked both way and saw there was no one coming in either d...
You should look into whether or not a PJC can help you to avoid insurance points.See question
and I'm,without legal representation
Yes. You are allowed to ask for a continuance to hire a lawyer if it's your first appearance.See question
Hi. I have a dismissed DV case (Voluntary Dismissal by DA). I was a first time offender & so I was allowed to take the Deferral Agreement option. My lawyer assured me that the defferal document would not be a part of the court file, but u...
You may be eligible for an expungement. If so an expungement would erase all public records (including the court file). See the link below for information about North Carolina expungements.
Typically there is a section in the Wake DV agreements that precludes you from getting an expungement. You would need to look into the signed agreement in the court file.See question
i was arrested twice within 10 days? i blew a 1.2 and a 2.7 BAC.
You need to consult an attorney to go over your charges. But in many cases there is a possibility of going to inpatient treatment to avoid some/all jail time.See question