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To be specific, my wife and I were at Wal-Mart and she decided to shoplift. I was unaware that this was going on right behind me while I was looking around the corner at the end of the aisle, watching the janitor wax the floor. We went to the chec...
Get an attorney to assist you in this. He or she may be able to get a private polygraph from you that shows your non-involvement in this unfortunate incident. Wal-Mart's attorneys should help you clear this unfortunate "ban" from the world's biggest department store.See question
my boyfriend turned 18 in March and I turned 16 in September.. we are just curious on if I accidentally become impregnated, would he be charged for any sexual assult things? If my parents didn't press charges, would the cops still have to get invo...
On statutory rape charges, your parents will have no ability to stop a prosecutor from bringing charges.See question
I have already gone to driving school to remove one. I have a GA driving license with three citations but I haven't got a ticket in a year and a half. Speeding ticket in GA ( 90 MPH in 70 MPH zone), Careless Driving in FL ( involved in minor accid...
Since you have not received a citation in 1 1/2 years that implies your other citations are more than six months old. You are out of the time period to challenge the citations. Depending on the court you might try to have the cases reopened. You have an up hill battle.See question
I live in georgia and my ticket is a traffic ticket with accident.
If you are 16 years old your case should go before a juvenile court judge in DeKalb County, assuming you are in Dekalb County versus Gwinnett County.See question
person needs to retain DL throughout ordeal as he is cancer caregiver for his mother and sole worker in the home.
It depends on whether you are still on active first offender probation. If so, you could have a bigger problem to deal with. If you are not on active probation you might be able to enter a plea under O.C.G.A. 16-13-2, which is called a "conditional discharge". Depending on the facts of your case you might be able to defend the case on the merits at trial. You should hire a lawyer.See question
I plead guilty to a Simple Battery charge in 2007, but I was held in jail because of a no contact order, but the order ended before I was arrested. Had I bonded out I could have had representation to fight the case.
That is correct. You only have until the end of the term of court. The time to withdraw a guilty plea is often misunderstood by judges as well as attorney's. Most people incorrectly believe you have thirty days to seek to withdraw your plea. If you enter your plea 3 days before the end of the term then you only have three days to seek to withdraw your plea.See question
Im 17 years old and a first offender and im worried what might happen i told the truth from the start and did not lie what is the worst that can happen to me im in the 10th grade and care about going to school
It also depends which county you are accused. For example Fayette County versus Fulton County. Some counties are much harder than other counties.See question