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I am a college student from Memphis, TN and was pulled over for allegedly speeding (89 in a 70). My GPS said I was doing 75; my cruse control was set to 73.. Anything over 80 is reckless in VA, I'm nervous, scared, and fear having a criminal recor...
Contact an attorney in Virginia. They would be able to know the specifics in that jurisdiction. That attorney should be able to assist you and possibly fight the ticket also. Us TN attorneys wouldn't be familiar with the procedures in Va. Unless they are licensed there also. Good luck to you.See question
friend was pulled over. and when they ran that persons name. they said that the friend has a fugitive from justice charge. what does this mean? and ejat is the jail time on this charge?
It is used to hold the individual until the other state can come pick them up. When the other state comes to pick your friend up then the fugitive from justice warrent will be dropped.See question
Over the counter medicine 3pills and 1 prescription pill the prescription was in my name
You could be incarcerated for over a year but there is only a charges that carry mandatory jail time. I doubt that you will get jail time for the offense but without looking at your entire case there is no way to answer your question definitively. Get an attorney to assist you. It will be worth it. Good luck.See question
I got pulled over about a month for driving on a suspended and I didn't know my liscence was suspensed until I got pulled over and I have never been in trouble for that before and I was wandering if I had to worry about any jail time so I don't lo...
You could get up to six months in jail but that is unlikely. It always helps if you are able to get your license reinstated prior to court. If you can the court will normally just change it to a traffic ticket. Good luck.See question
arrested in tn. has warrant in alabama. released from 940 on general release. was suppose to be takin to montgomery alabama. he is not there. I ran his name and it said that he is in kentucky. now the jail in kentucky is saying that he is transfer...
It does sound like he may be in federal custody. If not then he has multiple warrants that he must answer for in the multiple states. Many times counties and states contract with the federal government to hold their prisoners. Hope this helps.See question
Do I have to be a US Citizen to be a federal criminal investigator?
Yes. Go to USAJobs and make a profile. The minimum requirements of each job is listed in the announcement and I believe all investigators positions require you to be a US citizen.See question
I want to pursue a civil case against the bar that served her and her sister. Please contact me as soon as possible so we can discuss this further. My name is Eric Thomley and I can be reached at 847-450-9313. Please call me as soon as possible. T...
Definitely contact an attorney in Nashville. Good luck to you.See question
I basically just wanna know because I dont think her parents like him too much?
Nope. He is within the law but if her parents don't like him then his life will be miserable trying to spend time with his child. If the child is born out of wedlock he needs to make sure he legitimizes the child and gets a parenting plan in place unless they get married.See question
I'm 18, and have no points on my license. I got one speeding ticket when I was 16 but went to traffic school for it. I was in a city that I was extremely unfamiliar with. I was on the interstate and assumed the speed limit was 70. I sped up so I c...
Probably not. Go to the tN Department of Safety website and you can see the amount of points that you could lose. You may still be able to go to a traffic school in Wilson County. Call the number on the ticket and find out. Good luck!See question
I'm 16 I cop for the first time I wanna know what the consequences are for that
The court could incarcerate you for the maximum time allowed by your original charge. Let's say it was a misdemeanor charge, the court could place you in custody for 11 months and 29 days. Will that happen, probably not. The point is do your probation and stay out of trouble. The court can have jurisdiction over you until you turn 21. Do you really want that? Good luck to you.See question