I completed everything and been on probation a year and have 1 left and failed my interlock. Will I go to jail
There is a possibility that you may go to jail for a probation violation so you should contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Your probation officer may request an immediate arrest warrant or may decide to schedule you for a hearing without holding you in custody prior to the hearing date. The judge, prosecutor, and probation officer will look at a variety of factors at the hearing to determine your punishment, if determined there was a probation violation. An attorney can discuss with you possible defenses to the probation violation and make various arguments in regard to sentencing to either try to keep you out of jail or make it the shortest time possible.See question
this is the form that should say " IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY OF ------- STATE OF GEORGIA / civil action summons answer. thanks T
There usually is not a form available to answer a complaint because it is a document that is usually drafted by an attorney. Depending on the type of case and facts, the contents of an answer will vary. Certain defenses must be asserted in an answer or they will be considered waived. Court and county officials are prohibited from providing any legal advice. You should consult with an attorney or research at your local law library. Be sure to file your answer within the required time period or you will suffer adverse consequences.See question
My friend was stopped in Hambersham County, GA for weaving..and had oxicoctin(ms) in the truck that he had gotten some from his dad for his back... he has a history of back and kidney problems. Since this is his first offense he is hoping for ...
OxyContin is a trade name for the drug oxycodone hydrochloride. Oxycodone is considered to be a Schedule II controlled substance. Depending on the amount and packaging found for a controlled substance, an individual can be charged with possession of drugs, possession with intent to distribute, or trafficking. Possession of a Schedule I or II drug carries a penalty of 2 to 15 years in Georgia for a first offense. Any use of a conditional discharge or first offender act for sentencing must be approved by the sentencing judge. Often during a criminal case, a prosecutor will provide a plea offer to a defendant that will provide for sentencing terms if the defendant decides to plea guilty to the charge(s) and not go to trial. A prosecutor takes into account the facts and criminal history when providing a plea offer. Each county will vary as to what is the typical sentencing for a particular charge.See question