I have my sentencing tommorrow for a dwls but the court has made me drop twice both times i failed and i went to jail for a few days but im 100% sure im going to jail tommorrow because im either going to drop dirty or refuse the drug test because ...
There is no mathematical formula that can be used to give you a reliable answer to your question. How much time in jail you will get, if any, depends on a multitude of factors not included in your question. The person in the best position to talk with you about this issue is your lawyer. If you do not have one, it sounds like you definitely need one.See question
I was charged for lying to a police officer in regards to my friend stealing im a fourth time habitual offender this may be my third felony I pled not guilty now it's going to the Circuit Court what's going to happen
No lawyer can tell you over the internet based on this little bit of information what is going to happen to you. You need an attorney. If you cannot afford a lawyer, the court will provide you one. You need to meet with and communicate with your lawyer as best you can. Provide that person as much positive information about yourself as possible so he or she can advocate for you as effectively as possible. Your lawyer is the only person who is in a position to answer this question with any reliability.See question
My daughter has issue, shes an alcoholic, into drugs, and she also is a "prostitute" I found her logging books and also fights with my 23 year old son. Everytime I tried kicking her out she refuses
You need to consult with a substance abuse therapist for advice. If you or anyone in your family is in danger (including your daughter), you can try to have her committed and undergo a psychological evaluation. If you want to have that happen, you need to call the police and express your concerns for her safety. Do not exaggerate or make false allegations of criminal offenses, including domestic violence, or she will end up in jail and not a hospital. Just be honest if you think someone (including her) is in danger. If you just want to get her out of your home, you can start eviction proceedings in your local district court.See question
My sister lives in Taylor MI. Her ex lives in Southgate. He consistently goes against court ordered drop off times (making my sister almost lose her job at one point). She has received several police reports from southgate police (whom have also ...
This is a family law issue and not a domestic violence issue. Your sister needs to consult with her family law lawyer and if she doesn't have one, she can contact a 10.0 rated family law lawyer on Avvo and ask for a consultation.See question
I recently just got charged with my 3rd possession of marijuana which is a misdemeanor a month after I got off probation for my first two possession of marijuana
Any marijuana possession case with at least one prior is eligible for enhancement to a two year felony (often referred to as a "high misdemeanor" or "high court misdemeanor". If you are charged by a city or township, the maximum will only be 1 year. From the court's perspective, you are going to need help with a substance abuse issue. An experienced lawyer can help you navigate through the court system so that you can get whatever help you may need and not be so overburdened or over punished by the court that you are set up for failure.See question
I've been with my long-term girlfriend for 15 years now and she as always had down syndrome and this has lead to her developing early on set dementia. Now I honestly don't know what to do about it she physically assaults me from time to time and I...
If she is a danger to herself or others, you need to do whatever you need to do to protect her. If she has family, I encourage you to enlist their help in finding the best way to be of assistance to your girlfriend. There may be community organizations that can offer you assistance as well. For example, you can call the Down Syndrome Association of West Michigan, 233 Fulton St E #124, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. The phone number is (616) 956-3488.See question
What happens if the county don't want to come get you
Warrants that do not request pickup in outlying jurisdictions are not uncommon. Often times these warrants are for traffic related issues but not always. It is in your best interest to resolve any outstanding warrants.See question
I got a entrapment charge but didn't want to take it trail so I had no choice to do but plea guilty
You don't seem to be asking a questions. Maybe re-post your concern with a more clear indication of what your concern is and what information you need. If you have a lawyer, you should be discussing this with that person.See question
A girlfriend fell on my deck,call police and told them I beat her up.. They arrested me and charged me with being a habitual third offend. I been to court and they have my records ,their is no domestic violence on it at all.
The habitual 3rd notice means that you have two prior felony convictions of any type. The result is that your potential maximum sentence doubles. If you have a lawyer, he or she should have explained all this to you. The lawyer handling your case is in the best position to answer your questions and you have a right to be reasonable informed and have your questions answered.See question
I slept through my 7 am blow test. It's Sunday and any testing place is closed so is the court. I am on bond and do not want to mess up. Should I go to a police station and try and get an etg or wait til tomorrow morning and go talk to the probati...
Do everything you can as fast as you can. Even multiple tests if you can find ways to do them and have resources to get it done. If you missed a test, that is a violation in of itself but there will be an assumption you were using. Get as much proof as you can that you were not using anything prohibited by your probation or bond.See question