Placed on state probation for possession pled first offender
If by "admend" you mean administrative hearing, it means that the probation officer wants to tell you that you violated probation in some way but wants to hear what you have to say for yourself and probably won't proceed to revoke your probation. Take this as a serious warning because whatever it is they say you did or didn't do, if the behavior continues they will proceed with trying to revoke your probation.See question
I'm living in GA.now and would like to know where I stand on gun rights.I've never been in any trouble except for the grand Theft charge.
Yes, but the burden may be on you to prove that in fact you were not convicted. Your criminal history may not clearly or correctly show that you were acquitted and therefore not a felon.I suggest you start with getting a certified copy of the disposition of your Florida case so that you can show it to the appropriate Georgia authorities.See question
My nephew was sentenced to life for aggravated murder before 2006, and has done 20 plus years, denied parole twice, and the incident was accidental, but he was also charged with aggravated murder with a weapon. He's done a long time and I want to...
This is obviously a complex and difficult case. No lawyer on the internet can possibly give you a meaningful answer. I suggest talking to the lawyer who represented him or who handled the appeal, or, find a lawyer who practices post conviction relief matters.See question
My brother was charged with arm robbery and Burg 1st aff and false imprisonment but there are no evidence that he did anything and he was giving 20 years to do please I need help .
You can search for one on this site, research on the internet, or ask family and friends who they recommend. If he can not afford a lawyer he will be instructed on how to apply for an appointed lawyer.See question
Son spent a year in jail for felony probation violation he's out and his now po says he has to finish community service.
He needs to read the revocation order. If it excuses him from community service then he doesn't have to do it. If it says nothing then he likely isn't excused. If he had a lawyer he should ask his lawyer.See question
My son is currently in jail for action while in a psychotic state. He was offered mental health help but declined so he is now being held until the case is resolved. I live in Texas he is in Georgia.
No. His lawyer can arrange an evaluation and treatment. There are several ways to get your son help with his mental health as well as his criminal case where his mental health is also an important part of his case. Hire a lawyer for him or, if he qualifies as indigent, assist his appointed lawyer with this.See question
In July I was in an at fault accident where I rear ended a driver, I received a ticket for following too closely which I paid off. At the end of last month I received a notice that I would have to go to court because I was being charged with not h...
You have a double jeopardy defense (google it). Hire a lawyer.See question
My 18 yr old son got arrested 2 weeks ago he got out of jail the next day with a signature bond, now he has to sign in at the dekalb county courthouse every Monday until his court date. He has a eleven o'clock curfew and has to take a drug test ...
Hire a lawyer for your son so he or she can get bond conditions changed or resolve you son's case to his best advantage. You don't provide enough facts for a lawyer on the internet to tell what is going to happen.See question
My boyfriend was shot in the face with a bb gun he hasn't made a police report yet. we are just wondering what the charges could be for the person who did the crime.
Yes, This could be battery, assault, pointing gun at another, aggravated assault, and possibly even aggravated battery depending on the specific facts.See question
I was contacted dec 2015 by dhs stating I was being investigated for food stamps overpayment. Today Gwinnett da investigator called me and said my options were to come talk tothem and sign agreeing to pay state restitution for overpayment, or they...
Without seeing the proposed agreement, no lawyer can tell you whether you should agree to it. This could be used against you if you fail to pay or for some other reason.See question