I was charged wit DUI , but dont have any paperwork on it and dont know where to go
You should contact the clerk of courts in the county where you were charged with the DUI/OVI. They will have the documents you are looking for. Since you have not explained why you need the court documents, I cannot advise as to whether or not you need an attorney.See question
my mom and sister are always talking about it and they are saying that the only reason that im not in jail is because she isnt saying anything. so what i wanna know is if thats true or not? ive never been contacted by any law enforcement or anyone...
You have not been charged with a crime. Do not discuss the facts of this case over the internet, and contact an attorney if you want to discuss situation. These are very serious allegations.See question
You will need to go to the Clerk of Courts for the jurisdiction where you were convicted. There is typically a nominal fee attached. The fee is for administrative and background check purposes. However, please be advised that you are not eligible for an expungement if you have multiple convictions.See question
It was less than a gram of marijuana, and I wasn't driving.
In addition to fines and costs; you will also receive a mandatory 180 day to 5 year drivers license suspension.See question
I was arrested for felony thefr, arraigned, pled not guilty and then released on personal bond through a court supervised release program. I have to check in with a probation officer throughout the duration of the trial. Will I get drug tested, an...
It all depends on the judge assigned to your case. In some jurisdictions, you will only get drug tested while on pretrial release if you are charged with a drug offense. However, in other jurisdictions, you will get random drug screens for any felony offense. You need to discuss this issue with your attorney.
The same answer goes for whether you will get violated if you "only" test positive for THC. I have had many clients go to jail in Butler County who tested positive for THC. However, those cases were all in front of one specific judge.See question
I was charge with Obstruction of official Business in the year 2000. It was a stupid incident involving my girlfriend at the time being pulled over and being charged and my refusal to leave the scene. Anyhow I paid my $50 fine and did a week of c...
You should be able to get this charge expunged, as long as the State does not object. Since Obstructing Official Business is a misdemeanor of the second degree in Ohio, you only needed to wait one year from the termination of your case to file.
However, you need to be aware that if you are going to be working in a field that involves patients, children or students, your expungement will probably have no relevance, as employers in these types of professions will be able to locate the conviction. I had a past client that found this out the hard way.See question
I was recently hired by Aldi and am going through the background check, I am kind of worried. I got in trouble when i was 16 and also when i was 18 for under age consumption but it was expunged and when i was 19 i got a disorderly conduct. What ca...
You should be fine regarding your juvenile adjudication; as that is not a criminal conviction. As far as your adult criminal expungement; as long as your future career does not involve children, patients, or law enforcement, you should not have to worry. If it does, your future employer will more than likely find out about your prior history if they perform the appropriate criminal background search.See question
My son is in jail right now due to burglary. He has 2 charges a felony 3 and felony 5. This is an on going thing with my son he is addicted to crack, I have tried to get him help and get him into rehab. He is 34 and each time he pulls something el...
I think the first questions you need to answer are( is he mentally capable of committing the crime. You state that your son has issues. Are these issues the result of low IQ, i.e., mentally retarded; or is this the case of an axis I diagnosis, i.e., bi-polar, anxiety, depression, etc.)
If your son has such sever issues that he cannot help in his own defense, then your son's attorney may want to look into filing a suggestion of incompetency along with a written motion for not guilty by reason of insanity. The end result is that your son will have a forensic work-up performed by by a qualified court ordered doctor. Depending on the result, your son could be placed in a facility such as Summit, which is a locked down mental facility that your son could be placed for up to 6 months.See question
I was 20 and she was 15 I was at a party where there were other people. I was definately under the influence and am now trying to get my life back. I'm almost finished with my registry. Is it possible to get the felony removed from my record?
In Ohio, you cannot expunge/seal a sexually oriented criminal conviction. Sorry.See question