I was charged with possession of marihuana went to court and they had no case number. They sent me home and said I'll receive a letter and to stay in touch.
That can happen from time to time when the clerk's office is backed up or when the prosecutor has not formally charged a person yet. You can follow up I calling the clerk of court to get an idea when the next court date will be.See question
My son did not give the correct information when he was question .. he gave the police the wrong number for me , and acted as if he didn't have a mother...so I didn't talk to him until after he made his first call home .. what will happen to my so...
What happens depends on the position of the district attorneys office who prosecutes the case. It could be resolved multiple ways from not being prosecuted to possibly a fine and or incarceration. You need to consult with an attorney asap.See question
I am in Georgia and a friend of mine is a minor who recently attempted to defraud a company by emailing them posing as a customer and attempting to get a replacement product without having ever purchased anything. The company backtracked his ip a...
A minor can be charged with the same thing as an adult. If your friend committed wire fraud, he could be charged. The likely result of the situation would depend on the specific facts of the case. Your friend and his/her parents need to discuss the case with an experienced criminal defense lawyer before speaking with anyone else.See question
I'm in the state of FL and Was wanting to go ahead an get my GED, but I'm on probation in Ga.
It depends on what the Judge ordered in your sentence. Sentences can be changed to allow that in many cases. If you don't understand what you can and cannot do, you should consult with a lawyer for legal advice.See question
I am 18 years old and I was caught shoplifting at Walmart. It was the worst mistake of my life. I was caught stealing merchandise that was $15 and I was asked to give the security guy my info and that he wasn't going to call the cops, I just neede...
If you were 18 years old at the time of the incident, the case would not be handled in juvenile court. It would be handled in the state court system as an adult. It is within the stores discretion as to whether or not to call the police and have a report written or have somebody arrested. You may get a letter from a law firm making a civil demand for payment of damages as allowed by Georgia statute. You need to seek the advice of a lawyer who practices regularly in the city or county where this happened.See question
Two guys I live with are always smoking marijuana. I've told them on several occasions that I had an issue with it but they carry on as if we never had the conversation. Its getting to the point where I am considering reporting them to the cops. I...
The police will arrest whoever they believe is violating the law. However, I have handled many cases where the person that called the police was also arrested.See question
Armed robbery, assault
I'm guessing that the judge has appointed a public defender to represent your daughter, but because the charges are so serious, the judge has not granted bond. There are many factors that go into the decision as to grant bond or not. An experienced juvenile criminal defense attorney can explain your options and advise you of your child's rights.See question
items totaled to 46.87. I have no criminal background what so ever. What's going to happen?? Jail time? Probation??
More information is needed to answer your question. Different options will be available depending on the court, municipal vs. state court, which your case is referred to. In many cases, I have been able to negotiate dismissals without jail time or probation, but each case is different.See question
I have a speeding ticket stating that I drove 38 mph in a 25 mph school zone. I have looked up the fine amount online, and it states that I have $250 to pay. On top of that, it is quite possible that I will have points added to my driving record. ...
There are several ways to resolve your case without the accumulation of points. Your options will be determined by the facts of your case, your record and where your case is handled.See question
I work a professional job and do not want or need this on my record, I have not had any previous issues like this. What can I do to resolve this or do I have to wait to appear in court?
Depending on what court your case is in, you should have several options to resolve your case without it appearing on your record. However, more information is needed to answer your questions.See question