I was cited in Indiana do possession of marijuana less than 14 gr the court said it was a violation type or class B misdemeanor. THE court. Clerk gave me a Jan 19th court date. I'm a disabled veteran and will have a difficult time trying to get ...
it possible that you would be arrested and held until IN decides they won't extradite you for this minor violation. It's also possible a nice officer in Tampa will simply tell you to take care of the thing and let you go.
You should contact an attorney in IN and try to resolve this in your absence. A minor charge like this could be taken care of long distance.
Use the find a lawyer feature above to locate an attorney.
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I was advertising Body Rubs on Backpage. An undcover investigator text me and then showed up at my house a few hours later. Where, I was working. I received and noticing deceased complaint. For Massage Therapy & Massage establishment no license. ...
Massaging without a license is what they charge when they can't get someone for prostitution. it may be a county or city ordinance violation, which would make it a civil violation. It's possible that it's criminal. You ought to show the citation and to an attorney for a more thorough analysis.
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I guess what I'm really asking is the only thing I've received is a letter in the mail that says I have a meeting in which they will go over the details of my program on the 13th it doesn't say on it that I'll be drug tested I just assumed I would...
Use your head here. Stop smoking now. They probably won't kick you out if you come up dirty on your first try, and if you're a regular smoker (which it sound like you are) it may take several months to get clean. I had a client take over 2 months to finally get a clean test for THC.
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The summer of 2016 I was charged with and plead guilty to a theft misdemeanor. Is it possible to get removed from my record.
Typically, a record showing past contact with law enforcement is not good for employment purposes. Often, people at some point in time are in the wrong place at the wrong time or have a brief error in judgment which results in a criminal conviction on their permanent record. Most people who fall into this category are dealing with an offense that in some way involves drugs or alcohol, such as a DUI, MIP or Possession of Marijuana. Unfortunately, in Nebraska there are only three ways to have something removed from your criminal record: an expungement, pardon or set-aside. For some reason expungement is the first word that comes to mind for most people when seeking to have something removed from their criminal record. However, expungements are governed by Neb. Rev. Stat. § 29-3523, and are only applicable when no conviction was ever received.
An expungment only removes an entry on your criminal history, not a conviction. In other words if your DUI lawyer or criminal defense lawyer was able to get your charges dismissed or have you entered into a diversion program which resulted in your DUI charges or criminal charges being dismissed, then you may be eligible for an expungment. In fact, in most of the previously mentioned scenarios the criminal entry on your record should automatically be removed by law. The next term that is commonly tossed around is pardon. A pardon is when the Governor or Mayor (depending on whether the crime was based on a state statute vs. a city ordinance) decides to “pardon” your crime, thus restoring a certain status and various civil liberties. For most serious offenses, pardons are controlled by the State of Nebraska Board of Pardons. To receive a pardon you must file an application with the appropriate office, and you must have a pretty compelling argument for the Nebraska Board of Pardons. Pardons are not often given. They can take significant time and can be quite expensive. The last term, which you do not hear very often, is set-aside. Conviction set asides are governed by Neb. Rev. State. § 29-2264, and are the most common way of having a criminal entry on your record disposed of. In English, a set aside is when after you have been convicted of a criminal offense, your criminal attorney takes your case back in front of the judge who sentenced you and requests that your conviction be “set aside”. The way a set aside shows up on your record is just that; your record will show that you were convicted of a criminal offense such as Driving Under the Influence and then later that the conviction was “set aside”. In order to be eligible for a set-aside, you cannot have served any jail time as part of your sentence, and you must have completed all terms of probation successfully and/or paid any fines and costs in full.See question
Commited a burg 1 back in 2007 and would like to try and get it pardoned by the governor of Oregon along with the rest of my Class C felonies and multiple misdemeanors.
Try searching fir an attorney who does civil rights cases. Use the find a lawyer tab above.
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I know a physical control violation can't be expunged under today's law, my question is will that ever change, do you think the laws will ever be amended?
It's a hotbed political issue that most lawmakers would not want to come out in favor of. Doubtful.See question
I was arrested for DUI in Florida, I refused a breathalyzer. I was found not guilty for the DUI. But the license suspension was upheld due to the refusal. It was my second refusal. Is there some way to obtain a drivers license, some way to get a c...
You'll have to serve the 18 month suspension period. Only a jury finding of not guilty on a DUI with a breath test will get a suspension overturned.See question
Over a year ago I rented wheels from Rent a Wheel and made payments and then I lost my job and stopped paying. The company filed charges on me in the state of FL. and I now have a felony warrant out for me. If I send the company payment in full no...
This can be smoothed out, but not without the help of an attorney who knows her/has way around the courthouse.See question
I was arrested more than 20 years ago in Delaware for carrying a concealed weapon. I don't remember the ruling only that I received probation for a year and didn't even finish the year. The probation officer said i was wasting the states time and...
I agree with my colleagues. You're not likely a convicted felon. But, check with the Clerk's office to be certain.See question
worked at winn dixie and used 12$ worth of competitor coupons which is considered theft i am only 17 they called the police and they said they would have something mailed to me about my court date.
You may get a notice to appear in Juvenile Court, or be offered a pretrial diversion program. Firing you is more than enough punishment in my opinion.See question