I was charged with domestic assault when I was 18, I'm now 34 (16 yrs ago). I have no other charges on my record, have been serving honorably in the Military for 13 yrs, and do not plan on returning to the state I was charged in.
If you were convicted in Georgia, the conviction will remain on your criminal record forever. Even if you receive a pardon, the conviction remains on your record. If you were not properly informed about the Georgia First Time Offenders Act at the time you were convicted, you may be eligible to have the case reopened and disposed of under that Act. You should consult an attorney to discuss your potential eligibility.See question
I'd like to report someone who is violating their probation anonymously. The person is on probation for driving without a license and they are still driving without one. After getting probation in that county they received a citation in another co...
Call the police. If that doesn't work, call the prosecuting attorney in that court, and tell her or him.See question
I was told the best thing was to plead nolo but nothing about the first offenders act. It's my first time ever being arrested or convicted of a misdemeanor. Am I able to withdraw my conviction or appeal? I am currently on probation.
If you have a lawyer, you should ask her or him these questions. If not, you need to hire a lawyer because these are issues that you are not equipped to deal with.See question
I entered a nolo plea for shoplifting and drug possession.
Possibly. First offender is such an important issue that you really should hire the best lawyer you can afford, and follow her or his advice.See question
I was arrested for a misdemeanor drug charge, was released on conditional charges for a first offender. Toll order was issued and warrant stating that I failed to appear. Judge wants to adjudicate me and charge me for original charge. What are the...
The possible outcomes are (1) your conditional discharge status remains intact, and the judge does not revoke any part of your sentence to jail, (2) your conditional discharge status remains intact, and the judge revokes part or all of your sentence to jail, (3) the judge revokes your conditional discharge status, you are automatically convicted, and the judge does not revoke any part of your sentence to jail, (4) the judge revokes your conditional discharge status, you are automatically convicted, and the judge revokes part or all of your sentence to jail.See question
When I was 17, I pled first offenders on a possession charge. I am now 26, completed my first offenders 4 years ago, I have the paper stating I completed it and I have not been in any trouble since then. The initial plea was 9 years ago. I am want...
Go to the Probate Court in your county, and submit an application. If you are denied, you will need to hire a lawyer to help you.See question
I was awaiting a left turn out of a gas station when suddenly i was struck on the rear right side of my vehicle by a single unit truck.. After the initial impact i then noticed the truck started ramming me into moving traffic. I then turned my veh...
You should hire a lawyer. Do not talk to anyone from the other driver's insurance company until you have spoken to a lawyer.See question
IF A OFFENDER WAS RELEASED FROM PRISON AFTER SERVING A 2 YEARS SENTENCE ON A FAILURE TO REGISTER CHARGE. THEN ONCE HE WAS RELEASED WAS PLACED IN THE CUSTODY OF THE ORIGINAL COUNTY WHERE THE PROBATION WAS ASSIGNED. NOW HE IS FACING PROBATION VIOLAT...
There is no time frame. He can sit for weeks or months.See question
I received an open container violation of the local ordinance in Statesboro, GA - code section: 6-244. I was a passenger, standing outside the vehicle, and was not arrested. I did not pay my ticket online and instead went to traffic court and spok...
Technically, you could truthfully answer the question "no" because one cannot be "convicted" of violating a non-criminal city ordinance. Georgia law defines "conviction" as "a final judgment of conviction entered upon a verdict or finding of guilty of a CRIME or upon a plea of guilty." O.C.G.A. § 16-1-3 A "crime" is a violation of a statute of this state in which there is a joint operation of an act or omission to act and intention or criminal negligence. O.C.G.A. § 16-2-1 The question, really, is how your employer would view your answer, albeit technically true, if she/he discovered the previous charge and outcome. Some employers would understand the technicalities, but I suspect that some would not.See question
My Mother was misdiagnosed andneglected in the hospital which led to death.
Don't even consider it unless you are a lawyer with years of experience. Contact a lawyer, and follow his or her advice.See question