membership details has my legal name wrong
If you signed the contract, and it was just a scrivener's error (basically they just accidentally spelled it wrong), yes, you are still bound by it.See question
Man apprehended weeks after evading officers having caused a fire that killed one, sent two to the hospital (severe burns, broken spine fleeing second story of home), and leveled the property (an apartment building located above shopping center). ...
Arson resulting in death is also known as murder - a possible sentence is Death (it can be a capital offense) or Life Without Parole. It's 1st Degree Murder. Obviously they could work out something less, but that is the maximum possible sentence for the scenario you descibe.See question
At my sons last place of employment,they reached out to me saying tht he had a paycheck just sitting there,and they tried contacting him but to no avail,So I informed them tht he had passed away,And I said I will come a get it But they said tht th...
You will need to open an Estate for your son (if you haven't already). The Administrator of the Estate, or the Executor of the Estate (depending on if he had a will or not) will be able to get the check. You cannot.See question
My Boyfriend Got Arrested For A Probation Violation In Nc Back In March It Was Settled In Superior Court and His Probation Was Reinstated. He Still Owed The Bondsman $500 For That Bond. His Second Bond Was Misdemeanor Larceny and He Is Serving 90 ...
If the cases have been resolved, so no more pending court dates, the bondman's only remedy is civil. Once a case is resolved, there is no bond left to revoke.See question
I am the victim and I dont want this assault on a female case to continue as we've already handled it out of court. I have not subpoenaed by an officer, I have however been contacted by the DA reminding me when the court date is. ( I'm not sure if...
If you are not under subpoena, you have less risk. If you are under subpoena, then the Judge can issue a show cause. It all really depends on the County and how they handle it. 9 times out of 10 - nothing happens and the case is dismissed. But, as the other attorney noted, it can potentially result in criminal charges and/or contempt.See question
From what I can understand from General Statutes 15A-606 and 15A-611 and other statutes within that section is when you have been arrest you are able to have a probable cause hearing. I'm not sure if it's a right, but I figured what you would find...
There are multiple reasons you may not get one, or even want one. First, you can only get a PC hearing on a felony - if charged with a Misdemeanor, you don't get one. Then, let's be clear - having/forcing a PC hearing doesn't necessarily help you all that often - let's say you "win" and the say no PC - the case is dismissed, but the ADA can still indict with the Grand Jury, and if they do, you get re-arrested and have to re-bond. So, there are many reasons why you wouldn't get a PC hearing:
1. You are charged with a Misdemeanor. Then you don't get a PC hearing.
2. You are already in Superior Court (meaning you've been indicted - would have a CRS file number). No PC hearing.
3. If you are out of custody, it makes little sense to force a PC hearing, because if you do, and they dismiss, but then indict, they re-arrest you, and you get to re-post bond - if you are out of custody, it usually makes more sense to just waive PC.
There are many other reasons - generally strategic, such as an agreement if you waive PC or don't push for a hearing they won't add charges, or will do something on Bond. And, in some counties, it's just not something they do a lot of, other counties do them routinely. And, yes, in those counties that refuse them, sometimes it seems to be ignoring the statute, but not a lot you can do with it, unfortunately, because, again, if you force a dismissal they can still indict.
Talk with the attorney and see the best course of action.See question
Two months ago it was brought to my attention that I had a warrant for my arrest. I turned myself in, but now I have two pending felony charges.
Ultimately it depends on which company they use, but it will show up as pending until resolved, then it will either show up as dismissed, or show up as a conviction. But, they will show on your background check.See question
I have a suspended sentence of 8-10 months I have served two 90 day crv terms if I violate again what could happen
Assuming those 2 90-day CRVs are your only jail credit (so 6 months), if you violate again they could revoke you and you'd have to serve the remainder of your 8-10 month sentence, so you'd have 2-4 months left. Though, since you don't seem to be including the 9-months Post Release Supervision, I'm not sure if this is an old case, or you just didn't include it. But, they could revoke you, and you'd serve the remainder of the suspended sentence. Or they could do some other sanction. That's the worst case.See question
MY wife went to a dental office and the dental hygienist was very rude and blatantly disrespectful to her and our daughter. What is the best route to file a complaint against her or the dental office all together?
There is no law against being rude or disrespectful. You can complain to the Dentist, or the Better Business Bureau, and take your business elsewhere, but there isn't much else you can do legally.See question
I have served two crv 90 day sentences each of which plainly state it was due to revocation. I would like to know how it is possible to still be on probation when it has been revoked twice ? Is revocation not the same as terminated? And what steps...
No, revocation is not the same as termination. You have not been revoked - you have served 2 90 day CRVs (confinements in response to violation). You don't say what the suspended sentence is, but you will stay on probation until either the original probation term (and any extensions) expires, or it is revoked, and you finish serving your full active sentence.
If you want it ended, stay out of trouble until the period of supervision ends, or commit another violation, get revoked, and serve the remainder of your suspended sentence.See question