I thought that a c.i. had to buy at least three times from a person for a warrant to be issued for a sales charge? If I'm charged with one count of sale of methamphetamine does that mean that I only sold to c.i. one time, or could it be several ti...
One count means one time. There is no rule that states that a CI must buy drugs three times from you in order for the police to arrest. This is a fallacy , same as the supposed rule that when you ask a person if he is a police officer he must tell you.See question
I plead first offenders and was put on 5 years probation for Financial Credit Card Fraud.... I caught the same charge this past November and made bond before probation found out I was in jail. My bond was $700 and I paid $300. I was scheduled to p...
The bondsman can go off your bond, will keep the $300, and can sue you and/or any co-surety (if someone other than you hired him) for what you owe him. If the opportunity even arises, and if you come up with the money, you may be able to hire a different company or make arrangements with the same company to get a new bond posted. This will depend on the local sheriff's rules for such cases. Be aware that bondsmen sometimes share information about their clients. So if you owe the first bondsman money, he may let the others know this which could result in you not being able to hire anyone. If the State has a strong case against you, and if the new and old charges are all in the same county, what often happens in such a situation is you sitting in jail a while and then pleading guilty to the new charges and having your probation revoked at the same time as a package deal. If your financial situation remains bad while you are waiting in jail you will get a public defender or appointed lawyer who's job it will be to keep you from having all of your probation revoked resulting in a trip to prison. In any case, if you have willing family or friends, you need them to hire a lawyer for you fast.See question
I have 2 misdemeanor theft by taking charges that I go to court for in a few days I filled out the application for a public defender I called the court house where I live and they gave me the name of my public defender so I called and the office s...
Just go to court and make sure to let the judge know your situation.Provide specific details about who you talked to and when, to demonstrate that you are serious. It will all be sorted outSee question
I've seen several, and I mean maybe upwards of 100s who are listed on the GDC website who are actively serving getting out way before the actual release date they should be given according to GA Law. Here is an example, GA Code 16-6-1 (Rape) S...
and bottom left of page: http://www.lawyeratlanta.com/duidre.html
Vop absconding.. sales ci banished 2 mths prior unrelated charges. How does that work?
More often than not the case can be proven without a CI. Even if banished, the State can get a judge to order the CI's return. Otherwise there are not near enough facts presented here for anyone to give an intelligent answer. The charged person really needs to consult with a lawyer or get an appointed lawyer if can't afford one.See question
court ordered rsat by drug court
Bainbridge is the other RSAT location. You will not know in advance when and to where this person is going.See question
Te police report is all wrong they put stuff in there that didnt happen I didnt write or sign anything for hey heard bits of what was happening and ran with it the officer who wrote the report didnt come on the Scene TIll the later on the officer ...
Have you thought about hiring a lawyer and going into the specific facts of your case with that lawyer? You are not happy with your free lawyer and the DA is not on your side. Do what you can, get family to help if possible, and see if you can hire a lawyer. A lawyer that you pay that will take the time to review these facts with you will be your best course of action in defending yourself.See question
Probation two counties both expired but had a warrant for my arrest now they say I never reported witch I did
If you were not supervised by the State Department of Probation/Community Supervision, such as when you are only on misdemeanor probation, then you may not have anything to worry about because your probation would likely now be over, even if there is a warrant for your arrest. Contrary to my learned colleague's opinion, probation that is not supervised by the Georgia Department of Community Supervision can never toll. You can still be arrested on this warrant by mistake. If you are inclined, see http://lawyeratlanta.com/id4.html. Or read, Sentinel Offender Services, LLC., v. Glover et al, (S14A1033 and S14X1036 et al.]. Even better, talk to a lawyer about this.See question
I have 2 sexual battery cases and a strong chance that one or both maybe thrown out but only if my witness can be found. I'm for sure one is gonna be thrown out my public defender said but the other May not if the witness doesn't show. What is th...
You already have a lawyer and it is inappropriate and possibly unethical for us to respond to this. Your lawyer knows much more than we do about your case and if we were to interfere with your relationship with that lawyer, confusion, distrust, and misinformation will likely occur. You are always free to consult with a private attorney if you can.See question