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not my ticket
The short answer is that it's not going to happen, not to mention that in my 20 years, I've only had one case where a partial print was lifted from a piece of paper. Since you are disputing the ticket, make sure to show up in court to dispute the ticket.
There's an outside possibility that the officer may remember that the person he/she ticketed was not you though that scenario is very unlikely. Since the ticket has the date and time, maybe you were somewhere else during that time (work, school, etc.) And in that event you can bring proof in terms if docimentation or witnesses. Also, assuming it was not your vehicle that was involved in the ticket, that may end up helping your argument. Do you have an idea who the speeder was? It's often (unfortunately a friend or family member) that will give your information instead of theirs.
What is the process to do this and how would one go about it. The bail amount is 1000$ total and I want to revoke it because I don't trust the friend to keep up with his court dates and found out he continued using narcotics after I did the favor ...
You need to go to the sheriff's office/ jail where you posted the cash bond. Bring your identification with you. Although bail receipt would be good, it's not necessary. Indicate to them that you want to come off the bond. At that point, the law enforcement agency should start to actively looking for him. Once he's arrested, your bail money will be returned to you. Some jurisdiction will require you to come back to get the money while others will mail you a check. Either way, there is usually a delay and you will not get your bail money right away. If you're the one that put up the cash bond, no one can else can collect it unless you executed a valid power of attorney allowing someone else to collect it.See question
my brother was on probation for a expired registration ticket, we have been payin probation for about 6 months and for the last 2 months we couldn't pay. now he's in jail in a trying to give him a drug test is and they said if he come up positive ...
I would need more information before I can give you an answer. But based on what you provided, in many instances, someone on probation is subject to random drug testing. So it may be that probation has the right to test your brother. If he tests positive then he's obviously in violation of his probation and his probation may be revoked. As to how much time, that decision is up to the sentencing judge.See question
i live in the state of ct first time offence i didnt take anything but the kid that i was with did and i gave him a ride to a pawnshop
It really depends on the jurisdiction, the judge and the prosecutor. You may end up with probation, boot camp or small period of incarceration. Obviously without knowing the facts of the case or the strength of the evidence against you, it's really hard to tell you exactly what's going to happen. You need to contact a local lawyer and he/she will be able to give you a much better idea. You need a lawyer.See question
probation is for possession of marijuana
Don't do it. If you stop reporting, a warrant will be issued and you will be eventually be arrested and end up in jail/juvenile detention. Unless you prefer incarceration over probation, I would suggest you don't skip.See question
terminated five months early?
Generally speaking if you retain a lawyer he/she should be able to file a motion for early termination of probation. At that hearing, testimony can be presented to try to convince the judge to terminate probation.See question
I rented the TV and only had a few months left to pay on it, but I moved to Alabama before I finished paying for it. It got damaged in the move. I had a warrant out for my arrest, I turned myself in and bonded out. I am now awaiting a court date. ...
Depending on the county where this happened, they may have a diversion program where if you complete it, the charges will be dismissed. Also depending on the stated value it may be reduced from a felony to misdemeanor. Based on what you stated, it does appear that you will be eligible for first offender. You really should contact a lawyer as he/she can explore all these possibilities for you.See question
I was 19 years old, and I was with someone whom had a stolen credit card . I had no knowledge of it nor did I ever use it. Now 17 years later I am being told that I cant be considered. However, I am currently in law enforcement in the same county ...
I'm not exactly sure what your question is. If you are asking whether you have any rights against a potential employer that is refusing to hire you because you had a first offender case from years ago, the short answer Is no. But again I'm not sure if that answers your question.See question
I have a felony conviction and was sentance to 20 do 6. I was released on parole after 2 1/2 years. I have completed my parole and have been on probation for 1 1/2 years. I want to move to Florida but currently my probation officer has me on non-r...
Having practiced in both states, I really don't think one state is "better" than the other in terms of leniency. One potential problem you may have is that if you transfer your probation to Florida, you will end up on reporting probation. So perhaps you may want to consider staying in Georgia.See question
.today police officer called me and said that i will be on house arrest for 90 days or if i want to go to the court i need to find a lawyer by tomorrow ..so how much time is given to find a lawyer before i go to the court.. why is it so necessary ...
Your question is really unclear. What are you charged with? I really don't understand your particular situation with the house arrest, etc....Please clarify before I can provide you with a better answer.See question