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
I have 2 dui convictions. One in 04 and one in 05. I've been the Michigan s process 3 times. No luck. Even though I've been sober with proof since 4.1.10.
All you need to do is an out of state petition for an administrative review. If you hire a really good lawyer to help you, you stand an excellent chance of getting your license back and you will be good to go. Avvo is an excellent place to locate a 10.0 rated defense lawyer and many of us offer a free consultation.See question
I got a VOP for failing to do my drug tests and for my tether dying for a day. I already have an attorney but recently I was switched to do saliva testing and it came back positive. I admitted to smoking marijuana but my sentencing is not until to...
In your question you indicate that you have a lawyer. This person would be in the best position to answer your questions. If your lawyer will not communicate with you or does not know the answers, you may have to consider hiring new counsel.See question
My dad was mad and threw his cane i was in a dark hallway and it hit me he didn't see me their
Without providing more information, it is really impossible to answer your question in a meaningful way. It sounds as though it would be in your father's best interest to retain an attorney for him.See question
old. It was my First offense. I live in Michigan. I go to school full time and on the universities dean s list. I play for the school s club baseball team. I work part time.(I feel that I'm a good person and on the right path in life) Is it poss...
Obviously that is not something you want on your criminal history when you are out of school and looking for employment. Given your age and lack of prior record, a great criminal defense lawyer would have a really good chance of keeping this off your record. Avvo is an excellent place to locate a 10.0 rated criminal defense attorney. Many of us offer a free consultation.See question
I was told that court appointed lawyers will secretly work against me and I am better off hiring my own. Is this the case?
The answer to your question is no and yes. It is unlikely a court appointed lawyer would work against you although there have been instances of ineffective and under representation. This can happen with a retained lawyer as well if you do not hire a good, reputable attorney. The truth is that court appointed lawyers can be excellent attorneys but they are paid very little and, as a result, cannot dedicate the type of time, attention and planning that a retained attorney can devote to a case. Furthermore, many court appointed lawyers are appointed on the spot and expected by the court to address serious issues without being given adequate time or resources to properly and effectively help the client. Any great criminal defense lawyer knows that careful and thoughtful preparation, planning and strategy often results in an outcome that is extraordinary. So in short, a court appointed lawyer will not work against you but may not have the time or resources to provide the best possible defense.See question
Currently I'm living in Wisconsin but on April 26 or 30th of April 2007 I was placed on a 2 year probation with stipulations of getting full time work getting my license back drug testing but on April 13th of the same year my mom died I was her ca...
Good defense lawyers get clients out of doing max jail sentences all the time, even when judges tell a defendant that such a sentence is a foregone conclusion. The judge in Rochester are tough but even the toughest judges can be persuaded. As for the warrant, it really should not be much of an issue. Hire a lawyer now so he or she can connect with the court and schedule a time for you to be arraigned. Between turning yourself in and retaining counsel, the court will probably not make such a big deal about the warrant. Avvo is an excellent place to find a 10.0 rated attorney and many of us offer a free consultation.See question