Punishment for robbery with $350 worth stolen property?
The punishment ranges from one year of probation to 20 years of prison. There are also life-long ramifications of having a robbery conviction on your record. There is no question you should consult and hire a lawyer.See question
Helllo, I was recently denied my Georgia weapons carry license renewal based off of a criminal trespassing charge I received as a juvenile(we were throwing eggs). Stupid I know. Any help/ info would be helpful thanks.
That does not make a lot of sense. You have the right to request a hearing regarding the denial of your application. I would suggest you hire a lawyer to help you with the situation.See question
A friend was asked to take a stipulated polygraph exam related to a child molestation claim. The friend was not named in forensic interview by victim, a different person completely was named by victim. A third party report is how this persons na...
Hopefully your friend already has a lawyer. If so, he should be asking his lawyer for advice (although I would not advise a client to agree to a stipulated polygraph). If he doesn't have a lawyer, he needs one immediately.See question
I got convicted of false feloni charges so they were dropped. The agreement was for me to pass the diversion program and I was able for expungment. Well, I've completed the program and they granted me with a second chance for a clean record so why...
Expungement is now called restriction in Georgia. Chances are your arrest was restricted from your criminal history. You can check by going to your local police department and paying for a copy of your criminal history (GCIC). If the case was not restricted, contact your lawyer.
However, even if the case was restricted from your criminal history it may appear on the clerk's on-line docket. There is a separate process for getting that restricted, which involves filing a petition and getting a judge to sign an order. You can ask your original lawyer if he/she will file it for you or obviously you can hire another lawyer to do it.
i'm just curious
Same answer as before. It is illegal. Any sexual activity with a child under the age of 16 is illegal.See question
well i meet this girl and we been planning on having sex shes 13 and im 17 and i just want to make sure if its legal before i do it
Good thing you asked, since it is 100% illegal and could be a felony depending on exactly how much older you are than her. Stay far, far, away from her.See question
What if your attorney does not file your case? Will it be dimissed if he doesn't file it by a certain amount of time? What the legal name for filing?
The statute of limitations is two years. Unless your attorney is the prosecutor, which he is not, then he is not the one who needs to file within the statute of limitations.See question
I had no knowledge of the accident and I have no damage to my vehicle l did do business at the store where the accident is said to have occurred can I be fined for an accident that I did not know about.
If you pay a fine for hit and run (leaving the scene) your license will be suspended. I'd suggest you hire a lawyer to help get the case dismissed.See question
I found out five years into my prison sentence that my indictment fails to charge a crime.I've been found guilty by a jury and sentenced to 30 years for non criminal conduct.
There is no way that any lawyer can answer a question like yours in this forum without knowing a lot more about your case. For example, I would first want to know what you were charged with and why you think the indictment fails to allege a crime. Next, I would want to know whether your trial attorney raised any issues challenging the indictment. I would also kneed to know when you were convicted, if you ever filed an appeal, what issues were raised, and when the appeal was denied. Finally, I would also need to know about the habeas you filed, who filed it, when it was filed and what issues you raised. All of this information is needed by any lawyer trying to answer your question.See question
why is that charge and picture still on arrest record? Who's job to make sure that's taking off? If a family court judge charges someone contempt of court before lunch then turns around and vacates it after lunch. If a paid up ex lawyer refuses ...
Yes, your lawyer should be able to tell you why you were held in contempt. Additionally, there should be a contempt order signed by the Judge. If you were taken into custody before lunch and released after lunch, it would be unusual that you would have an arrest record and booking photo. Where (which website) have you been able to access the arrest and photo? As to the transcripts, you just need to pay the court reporter and he/she will prepare a transcript for you.See question