First offender felony probation
You are not allowed to own a firearm, or possess a firearm, while under sentence for a first offender felony case.See question
Going 101 in a 65 zone on a Rural Highway. Officer just gave me a ticket for Speeding "Maximum Limits" Only. Will there be a way to reduce the offence in court? Possibly the speed on the ticket?
If you are under 21 and convicted of this, your license will be suspended. If you are over 21, you are facing a hefty fine as well as numerous points on your license and a super speeder fee assessment. This is about as bad as a speeding ticket gets. You'd be wise to hire a lawyer. It is possible to get the speed reduced.See question
My brother got drug charges and wants to know how long he can be held without him being indicted
The statute of limitations for most felonies is four years. If he does not have a bond and 90 days passes without an indictment, he would at that point be entitled to a bond.See question
On my husband final disposition, the part where credit for time served, has a x by determined by the custodian. I want to know could that be changed to the date when he was arrested.
If there is a problem with him not receiving credit for all the time he is entitled to, you need to contact the lawyer that represented him in that case.See question
Served some jail time but refused to pay fines, in Sarasota County, Fla
You'll need to contact the sheriff's department of whatever county that is in. This website is to ask general legal questions.See question
I got a speeding ticket for going 90 on a 65 speed limit on the highway. Is there a possible way where it doesn't go on my records and I avoid a super speeder?
A nolo plea, if accepted by the judge, will prevent the points from being assessed to your license, but you would still be subject to the additional $200 super speeder fee on top of whatever fine you're ordered to pay. Consider hiring a lawyer to get the speed reduced, or consider doing a defensive driving course in advance of court and bringing proof of that to court with you.See question
If I pay my probation fine in full am I eligible for unsupervised probation?
Except for on sex offender probation, other probationers automatically go onto non-reporting probation after 2 years if all conditions have been satisfied and there have been no revocations. Some probation departments/officers will put probationers on non-reporting status before then.See question
i have an upcoming felony 1st degree burglary trial coming up in georgia. I have never been convicted of a felony. i do have a misdemeanor theft charge that is at least five years old, i entered a vacant house that appeared to be abandoned for ...
Anything from nothing at all up to a maximum of 20 years in prison. You need to ask your lawyer all questions you have. If you don't have a lawyer, you better get one ASAP.See question
Just found out that I have an arrest warrant in West Point, GA. It's a county warrant for a misdemeanor. The initial offense was driving without a valid license. It's been a year since I've been sentenced and I haven't been able to pay and now I j...
Yes, the warrant is likely to show up no matter where you are stopped/arrested.See question
It is her first offense, however, she also is being charged with 2 counts of child cruelty, simple battery and a crimes against children advocate is involved. One of the minor children were struck during the assault.... could that be a felony offe...
More details would be necessary to answer this question. The cruelty to children charge could either be a misdemeanor or a felony. This person needs a lawyer.See question