I'm on probation an have to do community service but the Dr wants me to rest. So I was wondering if they could violate my probation for following Doctors orders. The Dr gave me an excuse
You might want to have your lawyer contact the probation officer and judge so that a warrant is not issued for your arrest.See question
My nephew was given a citation on march 12, for possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct, what normally happens it this situation, he's 17, and was given a court date for April 19, what happens next. Just need some guidance
He will need to appear in court. He will be asked if he wants to enter a guilty plea or have a trial. If he has a lawyer there is a good shot of getting the case dismissed. If not, he will have no idea what to do in court.See question
I was charged with a dui 8 years ago went to court, officer didnt show up. Never went back to court, but now I'm trying to get a correctional job it came back up.
Law enforcement will always be able to see that you have been previously arrested, even if the case has been dismissed.See question
I was arrested for felony drug trafficking, but was released on bond, now after 15 years I checked my case and it says it's dead docket. I never went back to court and never was arrested after that. Just want to know what happens now
Chances are that the case was placed on the dead docket because you did not show up for court and that there is a warrant for your arrest. The reason for the dead docket would be on the dead docket order.See question
I was arrested January 28th 2016 for two misdemeanor charges in Georgia it is now March of 2017 and I have never been given a court date for a trial or an arraignment do I have a basis for dismiss
The statute of limitations is two years so there is no basis for dismissal. I hope you've been calling the clerk's office to make sure you haven't missed your court date.See question
Charged with child molostation and child enticement have wittnesses and sound alibi but da is offering plea bargain for 20 years probation even though im innonence said i would probably go to jsil for 20 years if i didnt take pkea they havent even...
Without reviewing the evidence it is impossible to give you any legal advice. You need to discuss your questions with your lawyer.See question
I was arrested at my job for theft by taking. The total amount was less than $500, and I have no other arrests or citations on my record. I was released from jail on a $150 bond and have a court date in June. Can I plead guilty and pay penalties ...
No, you cannot plead guilty and pay the penalties before the court date. Also, why would you consider just entering a guilty plea and having a criminal conviction on your record for the rest of your life? A theft conviction will cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost job opportunities,See question
boy spent a night over girlfriend house. they probably had sex. he is 16 and she is 15. is that illigal
Yes, it is illegal. The age of consent in Georgia is 16.See question
I moved and trying to figure out how much money i owe dekalb county probation
I assume you're asking how to find it how much money you owe? Obviously you would need to call your probation officer or someone in the accounting department of the probation office to find out how much money you owe.See question
I am 17 years old and got caught shoplifting at kohls. They said if I called my parents they would not call the cops, so I did, and a cop still showed up? What does that mean? Also I stole about $118 worth of makeup and had to pay a $150 fine to k...
You are in over your head. At age 17 you are considered an adult for criminal prosecution. If you go to court without a lawyer and "pay a fine" that means you are pleading guilty and you risk having a criminal conviction on your record for a minimum of 5 years and potentially the rest of your life. If you want to protect your future you need to ask your parents to hire you a lawyer. Panicking isn't going to help.See question