My fiance has just received his revocation papers and his p.o. is recommending 2 years for him being in a relationship without her approval and we now have a baby on the way. I wasnt aware she could stop him from getting married and having a famil...
It may be a violation of someone's probation or extended supervision to have contact with a person the probation officer has ordered them not to have contact with. That being said, just because he may have violated his rules does not mean that he should or will be revoked, especially for the amount of time you have indicated. A lawyer will help you and he navigate this process.See question
i been on my job 15 years. how will this affect my job or is there another route to go besides deferred agreement.
It depends on the parameters of the agreement. A deferred prosecution agreement may result in the outright dismissal of criminal charges. It may also result in a reduced charge. You should definitely consult with a lawyer in your area to explore your options and evaluate the pros and cons of pursuing a deferred prosecution agreement before entering into one, and make sure your lawyer knows about the possible ramifications on your employment.See question
Is it necessary or required to have an attorney present with me to go to an appearance with DA. I know it can be helpful. But, I would like to take some time to find one and not pick the first one that's available on weekends. I know that it is no...
It is a very good idea. These meetings are often the only opportunity for you to get your side of the story out, and an attorney can probably do that in a more effective and less damaging way than you. An attorney may be able convince the prosecutor at this meeting to refrain from issuing criminal charges or issue less serious charges than s/he was originally planning to bring.See question
So September 8th 2013 I got arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, cannabis, and underage drinking. The end result was that my drug paraphernalia charge was dropped, my possession of cannabis was bumped down to a disorderly conduct, and th...
Unless you've been previously convicted of a misdemeanor or felony drug offense, you will not have to worry about being charged with a felony. You may, however, be charged with the misdemeanor offense of marijuana possession. If you were to be convicted of that, you would be facing up to six months in jail and a year of probation. You could also have your driving privileges revoked and potentially find yourself ineligible for certain student loans. An experienced defense attorney can help you navigate this process and hopefully help you either avoid criminal charges or help you procure a favorable outcome. An attorney may also be able to assist you in establishing a defense or determining whether you constitutional rights have been violated.See question
I am a college student, never have been in trouble for anything before and am a good and clean student for the most part, yesterday my friends talked me into going to their room in the dorms to smoke out a vaporizer or something for my birthday b...
There are a variety of options available to young people like yourself in the Milwaukee area who have been cited for possessing marijuana, many of which would result in either a dismissal of the citation or a reduction of the "charge" to something different and less alarming. I'd recommend contacting a criminal defense attorney in the area who has experience handling situations similar to yours. Feel free to contact our office.See question
For federal sentencing purposes, will 69g of 77% mixture of methamphetamine (containing 53.13g actual methamphetamine) be treated as 50g+ actual methamphetamine (10 year mandatory sentence) or 50g+ mixed methamphetamine (5 year mandatory sentence)?
The answer is somewhat complicated. It could be both. However, given some recent USDOJ policy changes, it could also be charged without a mandatory minimum. Our office is currently handling such a case in the Eastern District. I recommend you consult with a criminal defense attorney well versed in defending federal cases rather than posting information that might be incriminating on the internet. Feel free to call our office any time.See question
I was at my house when the police came to the door and said they needed to search the residence. I informed them that without a search warrant I did not give permission to search my house. The police returned several hours later and told me they ...
I'd recommend you follow the advice of all of the lawyers who have answered all of your other questions and stop commenting about the facts of your case so publicly. These are questions to direct to your lawyer,with who. You have a confidential and privileged relationship.See question
I was convicted of a misdemeanor that contributed to the the delinquency of a minor. The minor suffered injuries/burns from the accident. Local newspapers have reported the same inaccurate information that is not true. Is there any recourse for th...
What you are referring to is known as defamation, where a party intentionally or with reckless disregard of the truth, publishes false information that harms a person's reputation. You should consult with an attorney to determine whether it is possible that the newspaper has defamed you and what your options might be.See question
No gun was found. Just a gunshot wound to the wrist.
There are a variety of ways possession of an item can be established in court without the introduction of that item into evidence. Your question does not provide enough facts to comment specifically on this case (nor do I recommend you posting the facts online), but it does indicate that there was a gunshot wound, which would tend to suggest that someone had a gun. This is the type of question that is more appropriately directed at your attorney. If you are unsatisfied with the quality of the response or the lawyer's unwillingness to respond, you should consider finding new representation.See question
I have been offered a DPA and want to know if it's possible to get the charges expunged too
Depending on the terms of the Deferred Prosecution Agreement, and if its successful completion results in a conviction for an expungeable offense, I see no reason why the agreement could not also call for expungement.See question