I'm on probation for a DUI it is misdemeanor probation and I violated what is the most likely outcome
Whenever someone violates their probation, they are at the mercy of the court when it comes to sentencing. The court can do any of the following if the probation violation is proven after a hearing or admitted to: nothing; extend probation; add extra conditions of probation; sentence to jail; a combination of any of the previous choices.
The Judge likely will consider the nature of the violation, the length of time you have been on probation, and the number of probation violations. Your question does not indicate what the alleged probation violations are, and where your case is at, so it is difficult to predict what will happen. It is best for you to retain a lawyer to help you.See question
We needed to get full travel history in order to get N-400 filled up correctly, so we filed for FOIA report, surprisingly it had some discrepencies with reality.
This question will be reposted as an Immigration Law question.See question
My fiance was recently sentenced to 36 months (that's not accounting for 6 months time served) in prison for home invasion. He's classified as level 1, and is a first time, non-violent offender. The judge who sentenced him agreed to sign off on bo...
I believe for Home Invasion the requirement of a minimum sentence of 2 years or less is still in place in order to be bootcamp eligible. You may want to call the Special Alternative Incarceration Facility directly at 734=475-1368 with your question.See question
I have been changed with contributing to the delinquency of a minor (totally ridiculous, and not deserved. I was working home health care, and I worked 24hr shifts for a week straight, every other week. Well my husband works midnights so when we d...
I believe contributing to the delinquency of a minor is a 90 day maximum misdemeanor. For 90 day maximum misdemeanors the Court is currently not required to abstract the conviction to the LIEN system. You can go to the Michigan State Police website and do an "iCHAT" search of your name to see what appears for a $10 credit card payment fee. The results are provided online. There would be a record at the courthouse, but there is a good chance that the record would not be discoverable absent going to the courthouse and doing a search there.
You are supposed to be truthful when filling out applications. Whether or not the conviction would impact a health care related position is addressed in Michigan Compiled Law 333.20173a. You may want to read that statute.
If you think you were treated unfairly by the prosecutor or given improper advice, you can consider hiring a lawyer to address the situation for you.See question
Got into am argument with my ex and the owner of the property called the cops for trespassing and now I have to go turn myself in since there's a warrant for my arrest. I've never been in any kind of trouble before so don't know what's gonna happe...
When you turn yourself in for trespassing you will need to be arraigned. Arraignment just means that a magistrate or Judge reads the charge against you and possible penalty, enters a plea on your behalf (not guilty, guilty, or stand mute), and sets bail. If you turn yourself in, with no prior record, the chances are high that the magistrate or Judge will set a personal bond (which means you do not have to pay money to stay out of jail while the case is pending). When a magistrate or Judge considers bail, typically what they consider is whether or not you are a flight risk, and whether or not you pose any sort of danger to the community. The magistrate or Judge can place conditions on your bail such as no contact with your ex, no drugs/alcohol; drug/alcohol testing, etc.
You should consider hiring a experienced criminal defense lawyer to represent you for the following reasons:
1. If you hire a lawyer to represent you, you may be able to bypass the arraignment and proceed to a pretrial date.
2. The experienced criminal lawyer can properly defend you and try and gain an acquittal.
3. The experienced criminal lawyer can, when appropriate, negotiate on your behalf to try and keep the offense off of your record, reduce the offense, and/or obtain a favorable sentence.
How much it will cost you depends on who you hire, whether or not you go to trial, and what the result is that you obtain. Outside of an acquittal, it is likely you will have to pay court costs/fees. There could be other fees as well such as for programs/counseling, drug/alcohol testing, etc.
Again, my advice is to hire a lawyer.See question
OWI 1st offense is a 93 day maximum misdemeanor. DWLS 2nd offense is a 1 year maximum misdemeanor. Either charge, if convicted of the same, will result in sanctions/consequences to your ability to get a valid driver''s license in the future. There are other possible sanctions including: probation with conditions, fines/costs/restitution for police/emergency services, alcohol/drug testing, counseling, programs, community service, etc.
Your question does not provide you with any information concerning your background. Your prior and current history, along with the Judge, the prosecutor, and the type of legal representation that you receive can all play a role in the result that you ultimately receive.
The bottom line is you should not leave the outcome to chance. Your best bet is to retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to defend you immediately.See question
My son who is 18 years old was arrested tonight in Clawson MI., from what he told me over the phone it was for possession of marijuana. I'm assuming he was drinking also. He is currently in jail in Troy MI. We went to the police station in Troy ...
Your son should hire a local attorney to represent him. You have the ability to hire a lawyer to represent him as well. Possession of marijuana is a misdemeanor that carries a potential punishment of up to 1 year in jail (if prosecuted by the State) or up to 93 days if prosecuted by the Clawson city attorney.
Your son's lawyer can look at the entire case and make a determination as to potential defenses. If the case is not defensible, a marijuana offense can be resolved in a way to keep the offense off of his record. It is highly likely that a resolution involving no additional jail time can be negotiated as well. If he is on probation or bond, he will have to get permission to leave the State to move to Myrtle Beach. His retained lawyer can help him get permission to do this as well.
An arrest, although it is a stressful situation, is not the end of the world. He can get a great result if he follows his lawyer's advice.See question
I have a rare medical condition called emptycellasydrome which is a blood clot/tumor and i have to take 7 different medications including narcotics that ive been on for over 8 years. I am being charged with a misdemeanor for not paying for an item...
What will help you the most is to retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to advocate for you.
Your medical condition may play a role in terms of whether or not you are incarcerated, especially if the county where you reside is going to have to pay your medical bills. However, if you have a bad prior history, if there are bad facts related to your case, if the Judge does not properly understand your health and other issues due to poor legal advocacy, or if you have very strict Judge who doesn't care you and your health and the county finances - any of this could lead to incarceration.
There must be more to this case than what you presented for what seems to be a petty theft/retail fraud offense. Otherwise, it seems that the prosecutor's position is overly harsh.See question
My step father is 42 and physically hurts my mother and I've had enough. I want to know can i press charges on him for what he's doing
Anyone can go to a police station and make a police report. Whether or not a police agency will seek a warrant is another issue. The only limitations that a police agency may have are whether or not the crime allegedly occurred in their jurisdiction, if it occurred timely enough (within the statute of limitations, and there must be probable cause for a case to go forward. The police would need to know specific information about something that occurred (date, time, what happened, where it happened, was there any type of injury, who witnessed what happened, etc.), and not a generalized accusation. It seems that your mother may not want to go forward or else she would contact the police after she was abused. There are services that exist that help people that are in abusive relationships, such as HAVEN. She may benefit from counseling, shelter, and other services that may be available for her. You probably would want to talk with your mother in private about your concerns before you do anything. Your mother could hire a lawyer to help her with a divorce, obtaining a PPO, represent her as a witness if any criminal proceedings commenced, or simply to give her some sound advice about her situation and her options.See question
I suspect a lawyer could answer this easily. I want to write a great review on your profile and can bring others to your page too. I was ticketed in Illinois for Aggravated speeding - going 85 in a 55. Anything 26 MPH to 34 MPH over the spee...
This question is better for an Illinois lawyer who is more familiar with how tickets are handled in that particular State. A ticket appears on a driving record if it is abstracted to a driving record. In Michigan most driving offenses are abstracted to the driving record, but there are a few that are not. In terms of addressing the case in Michigan, a traffic ticket lawyer would try and resolve the ticket in a way where the ticket did not get abstracted. Examples of Michigan tickets that don't get abstracted include impeding traffic, sudden acceleration, and double parking.
Your question does not indicate what you do for a living, and what type of background check (if any) that your employer would use. If the offense was resolved in Illinois for something that is a civil infraction (not a misdemeanor) that is not abstracted, your chances are greatly reduced that your boss or anyone else will find out. Again, run this by an Illinois lawyer.See question