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I have a DUI on my record from a couple years back in the previous state I lived in. All requirements after the conviction have been met. How will that affect my ability to obtain a Georgia license?
Should not cause any negative impact assuming your driving privileges are valid at this time; if your driving privileges are not valid then you will not be able to obtain a Georgia drivers licenseSee question
But everything i habe researched says to plead not guilty. I'm change with possion of meth. Less than 2 grams
Maybe your lawyer knows something you don't that causes your lawyer to provide you with that advice - why don't you ask your lawyer why your lawyer is suggesting your plead guiltySee question
The prosecutor stated, I wasnt a candidate for probation asked for 720 days in pdc, but then later I find out they added another 10 years and took my first offender. I want my first offender back and I never heard them say I would be resentenced, ...
You should speak with the attorney who handled the revocation for you. For what you have described, you would have been adjudicated guilty (from the first offender probation) and resentenced by the court. The attorney who represented you is in the best position to talk with you about this matter. Good LuckSee question
My wife wrote a ck and the CK was in my name and it wasn't paid so I was arrested !
If you were convicted of this charge then you are not eligible for record restriction.See question
I posted a while back. I'm charged with two counts of cruelty to children. In newton county ga.
In all honesty, this is a question you should ask your attorney as your attorney would have all the relevant information as to why they are asking for your car to be continuedSee question
I'm on felony probation my po has not been to my new address for at least one month. I've text and left voicemails. What should I do.
Just keep reporting as you would do as if you had not moved. Also, make sure you provide written notice to the PO that you have moved to a new address. But by all means, keep reportingSee question
a lady cut me off in the rain in savannah midtown and they said thaat i was speeding and then i got the ticket and i am 42 years old and i did not have the mony to pay the ticket so thewy put a warrant out for my areest
Put simply..... you'd likely be arrested if you tried this.... need to resolve the traffic citation situation firstSee question
My dad and I got into an argument in his apartment and he called the police. We were both charged with disorderly conduct
that would be pretty much impossible to answer as there is no central repository this type of information is sentSee question
I was charged with reckless conduct for shooting a firearm in the air.
If only charged & convicted with Reckless Conduct then you should be able to have the firearm returned as Reckless Conduct is a misdemeanor.See question
I found a wallet and I took the money out it was only $100. It got traced back to me that I took the money and the lady pressed charges against me. This my first charge and I was charged with theft by taking and I really don't know what to expect.
Depends upon whether you are prosecuted simply for taking the money or taking the wallet as well. If the wallet contained credit /debit cards or other sensitive documents (drivers license) you might be prosecuted for felony charges. If that happens, you could be facing 1 to 3 years. Depends upon how the prosecuting attorney formally charges you. If your hire an attorney early in the process then the attorney can work on your behalf to try and keep it as only misdemeanor chargesSee question