My lawyer was on drugs when we went to court now I'm serving time what are my rights
Depending upon when you went to court, you could file a motion to withdraw your guilty plea; if you went to trial and lost then you have 30 days from date of conviction to file a notice of appeal or lastly you can file a petition for habeas corpus within 12 months for a misdemeanor conviction or 4 years for a felony conviction. Best advice is to consult with an attorney to determine your optionsSee question
This is a messy situation. Ok i reside in Georgia. I was given two tickets one for no insurance and one for unregistered tag. I appeared in court and received a continuance which I JUST missed two days agorhat totaled my vehicle but did not total ...
You need to seriously consider hiring an attorney; sounds like you've created serious problems for yourselfSee question
I may have failed a drug screening.. Will my PO immediately call and dismiss me from pre-trial, or make me wait until our next meeting to tell me?
You will most likely be dismissed from the diversion program for failing a drug screen as that is one of the more important conditions to adhere to in a diversion program. You may receive a letter in the mail indicating you've been terminated from the diversion program or told when you appear for your next meeting. I'd suggest you stay away from things that will cause you problems in the future - i.e. Drugs, alcoholSee question
I am on probation for 8 yrs for first offenders Completed 5yrs . for a year i have been asking my probation officer about do i have the right to release early . no fees at all and under unsupervised probation . for a year i have been getting the...
No... as 99.9% of judges would refuse to speak with you ... you should hire an attorney to file the appropriate pleadings and get a hearing date scheduled to ask the judge to grant the relief you are seeking - termination of your probationSee question
I want know if the points will follow from my FL license to my newly acquired GA license? The ticket was in GA but charged on my FL license. I have to get a GA license by June cause i now live in Georgia. Will the points from this ticket follow me...
Your insurance carrier will run your driving history on both licenses to determine what rate to charge you - if the points are assessed against your Florida license they will not transfer to your soon to be acquired Georgia licenseSee question
I 'm live us since 2010 and 2005 I got green card. I can apply citizen but i'm feel right now. is that ok , can call my mom. i'm self employed and legal paid tax every year.
You should post your question in the immigration law sectionSee question
I was driving home from out of time, and i was pulled over for speeding. The officer falsified the citation.
Depends upon how many miles per hour over the speed limit you admit guilt to as to whether or not you will "get points" on your license - admitting guilt to a speed of 15+ mph over the speed limit will result in points on your licenseSee question
My car was stolen from an audio installation shop as they were in my trunk fixing the speakers. I had paid for the services all ready. They left the keys in the car, to verify that the speakers were working. Out of nowhere someone jumps in the ca...
Make a police report so the police will enter your car's VIN & tag number into NCIC so it can be marked as stolen.See question
To start with I am 18 legal adult but I am in high school. Me and two other people were caught skipping behind a barn at our school. He said the barn smelled of marijuana and questioned us then called the sheriff department. They found a bottle wi...
Yes you can get charged under the facts you've described. Hire yourself or get your family to hire you an attorney as quickly as possible to try and head off this problem you've created for yourself by cutting classSee question
I received a failure to yield ticket from an officer in March of last year. I pled not guilty in municipal court and the case was transferred. Note that the officer took approximately two hours to arrive at the scene of the accident.. Seeing how I...
Make sure your address is up to date with the Clerk's office so that notice arrives and you don't miss a court date otherwise you will have more problems ... good luckSee question