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I'm on probation for disorderly conduct and recently got a ticket but not arrested for breech of peace. I have not bean sentence yet and have not told my probation officer
Check the terms and conditions of your probation very carefully, but usually it states that you have to report any official police contact to your PO within 24 hours. It's best to err on the side of over disclosing versus non disclosing because if you were supposed to and didn't, you run the likelihood of being violated and possibly going to jail depending on the judge.See question
I had charge of OWI and I refused the chemical test after that I sent the appealing to the Secretary of State. My charge was amended to the Careless driving which is civil infraction. Is this suspension will be canceled after this amended or it w...
The resolution of the OWI case has no impact on the chemical test refusal at the secretary of state as those are two different matters. What matters for the suspension is whether or not you refused the officer's demand for a chemical test. Unless you prevail at that hearing, your license will be suspended irrespective of the civil infraction disposition on the OWI matter.See question
I had owi and it is amended to Careless driving how to expunge the owi which is amended to Careless driving and also the Careless driving itself?
Your question is a little confusing. If your OWI was pled down to careless driving, that means the original charge was dismissed and it was resolved with a civil infraction-- an outstanding result. There is nothing to expunge as only criminal convictions can be expunged, not charges. In any event, even if it was a criminal conviction for the OWI it still couldn't be expunged as offenses under the motor vehicle code cannot be expunged.See question
My boyfriend and I would like to go visit family in North Carolina for a week but im on probation. How do I go about getting permission to do so?
Usually you are restricted to intra-state travel while on probation unless granted permission from the court. Ask your PO first. Most probation departments have form requests for out of state travel listing the dates, the reason for the travel, the address or location, and how to reach you while you're there. If the PO denies the request, you can always ask the judge.See question
arraignment shoplifting in Livonia Michigan do i plea guilty or not guilty no record first time walmart 80
Plead Not Guilty so you get a pretrial conference with the prosecutor. Retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to represent you as you may have a valid defense or ways to challenge the evidence. If not, you may be eligible for a diversion program or or other sentencing options that could keep the matter off your record.See question
Having trouble coming up with enough money for paid lawyers and looking for advice.
I highly doubt you are going to find any decent lawyer to take a murder case for free. A murder case is extremely serious and the amount of time and preparation that goes into defending it is enormous. Like anyone else, lawyers have families to feed and support and they can't do it if they aren't paid. If you can't afford your own lawyer, the court will appoint you one. If someone is on the "A" list for court appointed murder cases, it's because they have been thoroughly screened and have a lot of experience and lot of trial experience. Because so many people can't afford to hire a lawyer for a murder charge, most court appointed lawyer have more experience in defending murder cases than their counterparts in private practice.See question
I was informed yesterday by a cop that I had a warrant out for failure to appear, but could tell me what it was for, the only thing I can I think of is I was being sued by a car loan and didn't show to the hearing because I was going to file bankr...
It couldn't be for that, because that sounds like a civil matter. You don't get failure to appear warrants for those, just defaulted. If it's a failure to appear warrant, it must be for a criminal matter of some sort. You need to contact the court it is out of and see what it's about and then retain experienced criminal defense counsel to help you resolve the matter.See question
Lawyer filed for a motion to dismiss.
I'm not exactly sure what the nature of your question is. If there is a properly filed and noticed motion to dismiss, the judge has no choice but to hear it. Whether or not it is granted is based on the merits of the motion. The judge will rule on the motion based on the facts and the law.See question
I am a published author. My books are in college and public libraries. Is that enough to make me "special" when I apply for permanent residence on my own? What are the chances I am going to get it?
I'm not entirely sure what you're asking, but talking about applying for permanent residence makes me think this is an immigration question as opposed to a criminal law question. I've changed the practice area to immigration so you can get immigration lawyers responding.See question
My son was dating a 19 year old at age 16 and I did not find out he was until he came to me at 17 years old telling me she was pregnant? I am a single parent and try to do the best I can for my children. I had No idea her parents knew about this, ...
It will depend on what the statute of limitations are in your state and whether or not the police and/or prosecutor belief they have enough evidence to get a conviction. If you want to pursue the matter, the first step would be reporting it to the police so they can make a report and conduct an investigation.See question