My husband is currently incarcerated and awaiting his VOP arraignment, is there a possibility of him being released? He was already appointed a public defender at his first appearance, he was on probation for DWLS habitual offender.
It is possible if a lawyer shows up and asks for bond. On the other hand don't expect the judge to automatically grant it upon a lawyers request. It really depends on the substance of the violation, the prosecutor, the judge and the lawyer you may hire.See question
I was stopped and given a ticket for possession in Orange County. The cop said this would be a ticket and to just attend court and pay the ticket but now reading the charges and ticket detail it looks like more than just a ticket. the tickets list...
My colleagues are correct. Please understand that you have been advised you must do to court to face criminal charges. Charges that could result in a criminal conviction and drivers license suspension if you have a history or you are unlucky. Incest in yourself and hire a good lawyer you can trust. Good luck to you!See question
I'm very interested in becoming a paralegal. I do however have a few convictions of violence on my record. Times have changed, I'm a different person and Id like to better my life and the lives of my children but before i even start the process su...
That is an excellent question and I believe the answer depends on a nunber of factors. The length of time of your charges, the employers willingness to take a chance as well as your candor at your job interview among many other factors.See question
he has been in for 33 days from his arrest, and there hasn't been charges. I asked the bondsman can't he get out and the bondman said there are no charges but the 33 days do not start until the day after arrest? Is that true? he was arrested and ...
you need someone to find out what the State plans to do.See question
I have ET after completing half way point in my CC as is stated in my plea agreement and my probation terms sheet. I have paid all court fines, community service hours etc. I have a job and I'm currently going into my 2nd semesters in college. But...
hello. It is the judge who gets to decide that question. However the Probation officer can object for sure. You will likely need a lawyer who will file the motion and argue over the PO's objection.See question
I just got off juvenile probation, i had a sex charge when I was 12, even though I did nothing wrong, I'm currently 19 turning 20 I have an interview with Busch gardens on Monday, when they run a background check will they see that.?
I am sorry to say but this question is a tough one! I think they may see it if you are a registered sex offender but we have no way of absolutely knowing.See question
I was rear ended in an auto accident while stopped at a traffic light. The other driver was cited for careless driving. My insurance indicated they pay 80% of medical costs and will try and recover the collision deductible. I'm currently underg...
It sounds like you have made good choices so far. If the insured has a lengthy criminal history there is a chance he does not have good liability insurance. If he does, you would go after that first! If he does not have that kind of insurance or very limited amounts then you would go after your UM (uninsured or underinsured coverage) IF you have any. I wish you the best of luck. Nice people often get screwed by the large advertising insurance companies so be careful!See question
I've been on probation since 9/2008 with no violations. My probation is being served in Lake City. I requested ET last year and it was denied because the "family" of the victim (now 19 years old) objected!!
You can always go at it alone but a lawyer is always preferable than repping yourself. Hopefully the victim changes her position.See question
I got caught shoplifting at Publix for $31, the police came and took all my information and prosecuted me and gave me a court date for next month. I'm 18 and I really don't want my parents to find out about this. Am I going to receive letters in t...
I understand that you are young and don't want your parents to find out. The problem is that it does NOT matter that the amount is only 31 dollars. Future employers, colleges and other people will deny you opportunities unless you handle your case the right way. A good lawyer should be able to help you resolve the issue with as little damage possible. I have seen people ruin there future over a 3 dollar candy bar. Don't be a statistic. Tell your parents and hire someone to help you get through this. 10 minutes of shame is better than a lifetime of regret.See question
Someone claiming they were set up & had to plea guilty.
Unless sealed you can see much of the evidence used in a prosecution. However any physical evidence that is in police custody may not be available without order of the court.See question