I also was sentenced a month ago and part of my sentencing was to serve 2 weeks in jail. Will the test me?
I agree with these other fine attorneys. None of us can tell you if it WILL or WILL NOT happen but it is possible. As a matter of booking routine, the jail staff doesn't regularly conduct breath/blood/urine tests unless they are requested to do so by the judge or probation department. BUT, as a condition of your sentence, you can be tested at anytime so do your best to avoid any substance that could result in a violation. I wish you the best.
My son 15 is being accused of having alcohol (applepie moonshine) in a water bottle the officer said he tested the air from the bottle with his PBT twice and received a .011 and a .012. How is this possible or is it even possible with out maintain...
I agree with these other fine attorneys. If the cop actually thinks he is able to use a PBT as you described, he is an idiot. Do NOT let your son plead guilty without getting a lawyer first.See question
i m having trouble with the current spouse's previous legal name?
You have not asked a question. What is it that you need?See question
Ok i am on probation for 5 years mandatory felony probation can i get off early or what would happen of i wanted to revoke my probation its for a csc 2 degree intent
I agree with these other fine attorneys. Probation is a privilege. It is given instead of serving time behind bars. If it gets revoked, you will likely be serving the time behind bars instead. Make sense? I hope you can find a way to make it work. Good luck!See question
Trying to get a car so I can work to pay off a long standing restitution.
The Secretary of State does not usually run checks for warrants but if the warrant is traffic related it may mean you cannot get a license until you clear it up. You may want to see if you can work out a plan with the court. Good luck!See question
My ex wife is pregnant with her new boyfriend's baby. Why would there be a no contact order put on her?
Usually a no-contact order is placed to protect someone (the person you are prohibited from contacting). However, it could also be if the P.O. wants to keep you from contacting the people you typically get into trouble with. In your question, I was not able to tell if you are the one with the no-contact order or if the new boyfriend is. I hope this helps.See question
My boyfriend is on parole and he was arrested for a violation. His parole officer has told me over the phone that there is a no contact order in place however I was never served any paperwork signed by a judge stating this. The parole officer said...
It MIGHT be listed on OTIS but if the parole officer tells him he shall have no contact with you then he must abide or he risks being sent back to prison. I wish you the best with the new baby.See question
Husband has developed a drug addiction to cocaine and had been under the influence with whisky and tequila. He has been charged with assault with strangulation. Bond is $50,000 no 10%. He is a good man that recentlt made bad choices while being u...
Yes but it is also possible that he gets incarcerated AND is required to undergo counseling. He should have an attorney to help him. He should not be talking to you because there is likely a no-contact order. He should be talking to his attorney to find the best resolution for this. I wish you both the best.See question
If a person knowingly provided a firearm to a convicted felon and this is his first offense, is probation possible for this offender in the state of Michigan. If this person signs a plea agreement with the prosecuter agreeing to 10-16 months inca...
You really should not be doing this without an attorney. The prosecutor is not on your side and you should not make any agreements with him or her without legal counsel. Good luck!See question
I'm 15 years old and I was driving my moms car without her permission around 12am. I had two other people with me but the only reason why we got stopped was because the two people were causing a lot of noise and were on someone's property disturbi...
You said you are completely aware of how big of a mistake you made but the rest of what you wrote is full of excuses. You have Bi-Polar II Disorder and ADD, you only got stopped because of other people, you don't want a criminal record to interfere with your sports, education, or college...
What about stealing your mother's car? What about the other kids you brought with you? If you don't want a criminal record to affect the positives in your life then don't steal cars and drive without a license.
If you want a good outcome you better get an attorney and begin by accepting responsibility for your own actions. Let your lawyer do the talking. Good luck!See question