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  • My warrents are 2 years old for mistaminer larceny and mistaminer trespassing what will happen when I go to court?

    My soon to be ex husband took out 2 warrents on me for mistaminer larceny and trespassing. I just found out that I have the warrents tht are 2 years old from North Carolina because I have lives in South Carolina for that time and nevr went back to...

    John’s Answer

    Pending warrants could be trouble. They almost always catch up with you.

    If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • What should i do

    My and my buddy got pulled over and he was busted for dui and i was taken back to the campground with out a ticket for open container

    John’s Answer

    Sit tight. You could be charged, potentially, but they likely won't at this point and may use you as witness.

    If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • What lengths can police or investigators go to obtain someones ip address? any information would be great. thank you

    can police or investigators get someones ip address without a subpeona? how long does this type of investigating usually take? would the person having their address subpeonaed need to be informed by investigators of such investigation or would p...

    John’s Answer

    Investigators have their ways to get information like this and it can happen pretty quick.

    If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • Will a late restitution payment delay my transfer to my county? Should I still appear at the motion transfer hearing?

    I am currently on probation in LA County. I received a notice of Motion to transfer my case. I live in San Bernardino and they are looking to transfer my probation. I am currently paying restitution but my last payment was late. I am worried this...

    John’s Answer

    Keep abiding by terms required of you and make up any late payments as soon as possible.

    If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • Has a new law been set in January 2016 stating PRS can be significantly shortened based on leftover good time and behavior?

    I know someone currently incarcerated and is due to be released shortly. He's been told that because he hasn't been in any trouble the whole time he's been in and he has his good time that his Post Release Supervision will be significantly decrea...

    John’s Answer

    Be careful of the advice you get from "jailhouse lawyers."

    If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • Is it legal to be put on felony probation for back child support in state of ark ? If not,then this person was sent to prison ?

    Is it legal in Arkansas to be put on felony probation for child support when child support owed isn't felony crime right ?

    John’s Answer

    I agree with the lawyers here.

    If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • Troy, MO criminal case.

    Is it possible to find criminal pro bono representation that isn't a public defender? I have a false accusation of assault on a police officer. I have the audio recording to prove it along with a case discovery. It's a long shot, but if you're a ...

    John’s Answer

    Most lawyers, outside of legal aid or the public defender, do not take "run of the mill" cases. While this isn't ordinary to you, it is a common situation lawyers deal with. You could hire a lawyer with a loan or credit card if it is that important to you. If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • First time offender shoplifting $48 charge. What can i expect, diversion program? public defender? What do i Plead?

    I was detained at a Walmart for shoplifting 3 items worth aprox. $48 (I went through the self checkout and didn't scan the items on purpose and then rolled my cart towards the door and placed the items in bags and then was detained at the door). I...

    John’s Answer

    You have some defenses and some room to get diversion, depending on a few facts and your history. If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • How can I make this harassment stop?

    I am dealing with a very unbalanced ex wife, and don't know where to turn. This was a very abusive relationship, and she's using the family court system to continue the abuse. I believe she harasses me and poisons my relationship with my daugh...

    John’s Answer

    This is pretty serious. We'd recommend discussing it with a lawyer. If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • Are California process servers restricted to certain hours?

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    John’s Answer

    It depends on what specifically happened. You could seek to quash a process, depending on the facts. If you have any specific questions, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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