Charge: Obtaining a controlled substance by fraud
As long as you're not currently on probation (it sounds like you're not), you can purchase a firearm. Additionally, you must be 21 years old.
For more information, check out: http://www.atf.gov/firearms/faq/
This person has been on probation since '09 for cyberstalking/resisting arrest & did not complete any terms of that probation and was arrested for DUI while on probation. This person has behavioural and anger control problems and has been harrassi...
I am assuming both of those were misdemeanor offenses so chances are he is no longer on probation. You could check the Clerk of Court's website in the county where the offenses were charged to see if you can look up the record there.
Regarding the harassment and threats, you could file a petition for injunction against repeat violence or domestic violence (depending on your relationship to the individual). Know however, repeat violence is very difficult to prove.
If im 19 and my dad is drinking in the truck while im driving and i get pulled over for running a stopsign can i get charged with DWI since im under age and have a open container in my truck. In the state of NM
No, if there is no probable cause that you were under the influence of alcohol, you cannot be arrested for DWI. You could, however, be cited for open container.See question
I was arrested 14 yrs. ago for Reckless Endangerment,Simple Assault, P.I.C. (I threw a chair) across the room (In a domestic situation) I never assaulted my wife just broke some furniture and spent the w/e in jail. I went to anger management cla...
No, you do not have to disclose your expunged record. In Pennsylvania, you are not allowed to possess any type of firearm if you are a convicted felon or a fugitive from the law. If you have been convicted of a controlled substance offense within the prior two years you are also not allowed to own a firearm. The same restrictions apply to anyone who is an illegal alien, or was involuntarily committed to a mental health facility.See question
but i am on probation and my po didnt vilate me what's next
It depends on what you mean by they let you go. Did the State drop the case? Did the judge dismiss it? If the case went away, chances are you will not be violated. However, your PO could violate your probation based on a new arrest alone. You should contact an attorney in your area to help you avoid a violation ASAP.
my army recruiter says i can enlist if the paperwork says the charges were "dismissed",however my paperwork says nolle prosequi,and he says he wont pick me like that.
The difference between a dismissal and a nolle prosequi is that a judge dismisses a case whereas the State files as nolle pros. The end result is the same -- there is no longer a criminal charge against you.See question
If the Petitioner of an injunction arrives at a gas station while the Respondent is there, unknowingly doing so, yet the Respondent does not leave even after a few minutes of the Petitioner waiting in the car. The Respondent also is aware the Peti...
I agree that the Respondent's conduct is a violation of the injunction. That being said, while the Petitioner can never violate an injunction, some might call into question why the Petitioner didn't just leave the gas station after noticing the RespondentSee question
Defendent has no priors. I explained that I was mad at the time of the claim. I did not get in contact with detectives after the day of the incident. Charges were 2 counts of burglary/w assault
If formal charges have not been filed yet, there is a greater chance that the State would drop them by filing a No Information. However, if the State filed an information charging him with the burglary/assaults it will be more difficult to get them to drop the charges. It's important that you contact his attorney to let him or her know that you are willing to cooperate and that you do not want to prosecute (which is evident from the affidavit you filed). Because he is facing such serious charges, there is definitely room to negotiate.
I know that I cannot have an aggravated assault charge that is whitheld adjudication sealed or expunged so what can I do to become a nurse again. I am willing to hire an attorney and possibly reopen my case. This is from 6 years ago and what I was...
I agree with both Tim and James...looks like clemency will be your best bet though.
My husband and I had a one time domestic dispute. He was take to jail over night but, his next court date is 30 days away and he was ordered to have no contact with me until his next hearing. We have 4 kids and I would like to know how I would go ...
You can call the judge's assistant, advise her that your are the alleged victim and that you would like to request contact. Hopefully, she can get you on the docket before the next hearing. Also, if he has a lawyer, you could contact him or her about setting a hearing to address contact.
Best of luck!