I have a 3 year probation sentence and unfortunately I will not be able to pay my full restitution by the end of it (I only have a year left). What will happen if it is not paid by the end? I have been making payments and I am trying to increase m...
The best thing you can do is explain to the judge. Most Judges are willing to work with you if you take the initiative to explain your financial situationSee question
The judge gave me a court order for the detective to give me my cpl license and weapon the detective refused saying they were reissuing a warrant. Is this possible
It is possible that they would reissue a warrant. While this usually doesn't happen, it is possible if they didn't dismiss with prejudice.See question
I have violated a PPO with numerous messages and calls to the person...since it is clear I violated it, is there no sense in hiring an attorney? I have no excuses for my actions. I was doing it on purpose because I was upset. Would it be good or w...
An attorney is always useful to have. It isn't just a question of innocence or guilt. You also have to look at mitigating factors and other things. Your best bet is to hire a lawyer familiar with that jurisdiction.See question
At the beginning of this month i was pulled over and arrested for a owi with a bac of. 12. They destroyed my license. I am currently a cna who drives my own vehicle to different facilities. This happened in Michigan. I have a few questions ...
An OWVI reduction (which is often the lowest a prosecutor will go) can get you a 3 month restricted license. That being said, it is still a Drinking and Driving conviction which means if you are convicted, it will stay on your record forever.
You need to hire the best attorney you can afford. Good attorneys file motions, pull dash cam videos and do significant amount of work per case.
Bad attorneys simply hold your hand and help you take a plea to whatever the prosecutor is generous enough to offer.
Good LuckSee question
I am victim in a domestic violence case. I do not wish to testify. This detective is making a big deal about nothing. He has been after my fiancé for over a year now for various things that he thinks he may have done but has no proof. When this s...
Technically speaking if you do not show up you will be held in contempt of court and arrested. While this is true, and as an officer of the court I'd NEVER tell you to disobey a court order, whether or not they will actually hold you in contempt depends on the specific judge and court. I have seen many many courts that will simply dismiss the case. Alternatively, if you feel that testifying will incriminate yourself, you could also show up and plead the 5th.
Keep in mind that many times, with Domestic Violence cases, they set it for bench trials with the only purpose to determine if you show up. Regardless of how you decide to testify, you showing up could be the deciding factor of what happens.
I'd strongly recommend contacting an attorney to assist you.See question
I was drivng home from a bar,when the police pulled me over for speeding. They then did several alcohol tests on me and determined that i had been drinking as i blew a .11, and was arrested.
52/3 District court, the court you will be in, has a significant reputation for being extremely harsh on OWI related offenses. You absolutely need the best attorney you can afford. Even with a great attorney you are in for a fight.
-Attorney Scott Aaronson.See question
Im moving back to the state where my violation accrued. I'm flying there. To take care of that situation. Will I be arrested flying from Detroit to California?
Most likely not. I don't believe that TSA checks for warrants. If you get pulled over and ID checked anywhere, it may be possible that you are arrested by local or state Authorities.
Whether or not you will get arrested in that situation depends on what the warrant is for and the agency that stopped you.See question
Was given unrealistic expectations from my lawyer during my first DUI. Was a waste of money in terms of generating results. Others that had same charges that went without a lawyer received the same sentencing in majority of cases with similar ci...
52/3 can be a terrifying court for people with first offense OWI let alone second defense. You 100% absolutely need to get the best lawyer you can afford. Even with that lawyer you are in for a long, harsh ride. This is especially true for Asadoorian or Nicholson.See question
Plead guilty to fleeding and alluding in 2006 area. No drugs, no drinking. Just didn't stop. Was charged with a 2 year misdemeanor. No more to add
Much depends on what else you were charged with in the past. In 2015 the law changed and now you are allowed to have up to two misdemeanor expunged if that is the only two things on your record. If you have a felony you can get the felony removed if you have up to two misdemeanors.See question
It's 2nd dui , I was in my mobile home park at the time , I do not remember any of it but I hit a tree and 2 mobile homes no one got hurt and light damage to the 2 mobile homes plus they had to put in a new electric box meter
Wishing you all the best, but I don't see a question to answer?See question