Driving through Pennsylvania on a road trip back to Florida, the GPS signal was lost and I started to panic because there was a detour sign on the road and I got confused. I could not pull over on the side because it was a single lane road and the...
As others have stated whether you cooperate with law enforcement is a personal decision. I am troubled though by your question seems to be missing a lot of information. My concern is you may have something to do with the crime. If there is any possibility my guess is correct you should consult counsel prior to taking other action.See question
I want to avoid jail and get into outpatient rehab not go back to inpatient how do I do that? Please help thank you
You need to get a good lawyer. With the right attorney and a good attorney you may be able to get the help you seem to need and not spend time in jail. It is time to deal with your problem though unless you want to repeatedly spend time in prison.See question
My mom never took me to my court date it was today at nine am but later today she told me they changed it I've got in arrested for not going before and I'm on probation how long does an arrest warrant take ??
It is not clear how old you are, but if you are getting charged with a crime, you are old enough to keep track of your own court date and get to court, especially since you have been arrest for FTA before. If you have an attorney call him or her first thing in the morning and check on your status. A warrant can be issued immediately, although it usually takes a day or two at the least for it to work through the system. If you do not have an attorney, check the clerk's site and see if you can determine whether you have missed your court date. If you cannot get an answer from the clerk's site you may wish to call the clerk.See question
Can I do or who can I call to take care of it
Unfortunately your question does not provide enough information to answer your question. Once you are arrested or charged there will always be a record of your arrest or charge, in the clerk's office and the state and national computer system (F.C.I.C. and N.C.I.C.) unless you have it expunged. If what you are talking about it that you have a record of being convicted of a crime for which you were not convicted., then check with the clerk's office. If your question is actually what you have asked that is you had a warrant out, even though you have been told by someone it was dropped, you can go to the Sheriff's Office and determine if you are correct, if you are wrong you will be arrested. Or, the smartest thing is see a local lawyer and let them check into the situation.See question
I'm in a wedding and it's also 7 hrs away from the city that I'm doing my probation. But it's in the same state
As others have answered, to travel while on probation you must receive specific permission from your probation officer. It the officer indicates he or she cannot or will not approve your travel you may wish to contact you lawyer and have your attorney file a motion asking the court to allow you to travel. Good luck.See question
over 2 years ago I had a felony adjudication withheld in florida for grand theft and was sent to a drug/alcohol class where i admitted cannabis use on occasion, along w community service and meetings w a probation officer for a year. The lady I s...
Not knowing enough information as others have stated, I cannot answer the question you asked. I can tell you though there is an additional potential problem. The issue of illegal drug use and possession can cause a prohibition on a permit and purchase of firearms. You need to check that issue also when you figure out what your status was and is in relation to your criminal case. One federal circuit court (9th) has just ruled in the past month that a legal prescription for medical cannabis in a state which allows such prescriptions disqualifies a citizen from gun purchases under the theory of drug usage. The entire issue of firearms and cannabis is complicated because even though some states have approved cannabis use in some circumstances, it is still illegal under federal statute, and is in violation of a Treaty the United States signed many years ago.See question
My husband is on felony House arrests, last night the neighbors called the cops on him because he fell asleep on the curb. The police marchmanacked him. How can they do this with no proof of drug use. And how will it affect him with probation. Als...
The Marchmant Act is a law which allows people who are a danger to themselves or others, to be involuntarily hospitalized so that they can be evaluated and determine whether they fit the criteria for involuntary hospitalization. Family members or law enforcement officers can implement the act.
The direct answer to your question is being acted can result in a violation and if he is on house arrest already if he if a violation is found, the next step may be jail or prison. But all may not be lost.
You should contact your husband's attorney and see if he or she can use the evaluation as a basis to get your husband on a path to avoid drugs and alcohol. The court can get your husband dry for a while by violating him, or this evaluation can result in treatment and an avenue to a cleaner life. The bottom line though is if he does not wish to straighten out he is going to go missing for a while and his disease my ultimately result in is death.See question
In Florida, are digitally-recorded audio statements taken from witnesses under oath by the reporting enforcement official protected by an Absolute Privilege or a Qualified Privilege?
In general there is not privilege when you give a law enforcement officer a statement. In order to answer more thoroughly you will need to further elaborate on the situation.See question
I moved to va but im on probation in fl im on ror will they come to find me or will i just have a outstanding warrant in fl and if i love with a active duty sailor will they contact them
Your question is not real clear. If you are on probation, your terms of release no longer apply, that is your ROR. Which makes me wonder if there is another charge. Depending on your prior record and the reason you are on probation for, they may or may not extradite you. Often even if the state will not extradite you, when and if you have contact with a law enforcement officer, they will run your name, and the system will advise him or her you are on probation. If the computer does not have an indication that the requesting state will not extradite you, you are arrested and held until the state's communicated and determine whether they will extradite you. The best thing is to contact your original attorney and see if he can resolve this. If you cannot contact that attorney for some reason hire on in the city in which the probation was imposed and they may be able to work the case out for you. There are a lot of factors at play though and the only way to resolve the issue may be to go back to the jurisdiction which put you on probation. Good luck!See question
the owner of the ACLF called me to ask what time i would be back with a resident as she was going out, i arrived a little early and there was the 4 residents unattended, no staff supervision at all. She arrived home within 15 minutes. I was alarme...
Based solely on what you have said it might be either a criminal or civil violation. The best thing to do would be to consult with an attorney who handles elder abuse or nursing home/aclf litigation. Good luck!See question