I have been charged with stealing about $130,000 and they split it up into 4 felonies. One for each credit card. They do not have the receipts for one credit card and agreed to drop the other in exchange for a no contest plea to the first two. ...
It depends on what you mean by "dropped" as already noted by others. The real question is whether the payment of restitution in a specified amount is a negotiated condition of the plea agreement, or whether you are free to have a restitution hearing. You are going to need to talk to your lawyer to get an answer to that question.
Sometimes when defense lawyers agree with the DA's position it is because the DA's position is legitimate. If you disagree, you can always take the matter to trial. You are never required to accept a plea agreement, and whether to do so or not is your decision, not your attorney's decision. It is your risk to take. Good luck.See question
Hello. I bought my child (16 years old) a car. The vehicle is in my name. My child just got a license. Will I be legally responsible if my child hit/kill someone while driving my vehicle? If so, what is the punishment? Thank you
If you sponsored your child for their driver's license, you are legally liable. http://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/dmv/teen-driver/prnt-spnsr/sponsorrequirement.aspx
Generally, this is civil liability, so make certain the vehicle is adequately insured. If something has already happened, notify your insurer, as you will likely be sued.See question
The apartment manager accuse my husband I'm getting defensive and aggressive in a conversation. He reported this to the company and they have stated that they will contact the police the next time this occurs. But the apartment complex did not do...
Your rights in this situation are governed primarily by your lease, as you haven't articulated anything that implicates your civil rights. You and your husband should probably do your best to avoid further conflict with management. Good luck.See question
Me and a few friends were out drinking and we got drunk the cops caught me and my 19 year old and 15 year old friend drinking and we all got a ticket and im 14 i dont know how to pay it off
Show up for court, on time and dressed appropriately for court. Ask the judge if there is a community service option. Shovel snow. Cut grass. Do odd jobs. If you've got the time & money to drink, the judge isn't go to let you off the hook on the consequences. Good luck.See question
Will it show if I get pulled over in state of Wisconsin with a valid drivers lisence?
I'm not sure how you got a WI license if your license was suspended in FL. Since lying on the license application is a crime in WI, do not post details here. Schedule a confidential consult with a lawyer who handles criminal traffic cases.See question
Is there a way I can get him out so he can work and keep our place to live. I don't know what to do......
A fourth offense is a felony, so he'll likely be held until he can see the judge before bonding out. A felony is by definition a charge that he can be sent to prison for if convicted, so he needs to hire the best lawyer he can afford as soon as possible.
I am going there for a work trip in May and need to know if ill make it through customs. It was a class U misdemeanor and all fines and sentence finished in 2005.
Your criminal record may pose a problem. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/inadmissibility/conviction.aspSee question
Back when I was about 14 or 15 I had charges put on me for battery in assault & I couldn't get my license for a certain amount of time now that I'm 21 almost 22 is it still there been looking for job just wondering is it still on my background or ...
You can get a copy of your criminal history here. https://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/background-check-criminal-history-information
You can get a copy of your driving record here. http://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/online-srvcs/other-servs/request-record.aspxSee question
I know it's just a suggestion to the court but it my eyes it's bias. She claims he just completed a similar case but even that how am I supposed to know that information I don't have access to that kind of information.
No, it is not. If you had a lawyer, when the court asked if they had a suggestion wouldn't you expect them to have a suggestion? The Court appoints the GAL, not the lawyers. Your real problem here is your apparent decision to proceed without counsel.See question
I'm 18 years old attending college, and I made the mistake of shoplifting ($30 value) from Walmart with a friend. We were both taken from Walmart to the station and fingerprinted. I was given a fine of $375 under a "Munincipal Court Citation." Cou...
If it is a municipal court case, this is not a crime, so you won't end up with a criminal record. Municipal court records are not currently available on CCAP. The arrest record will be maintained by the arresting agency, and they may report it through to state and national law enforcement databases. It would be best to try and avoid conviction, and a lawyer could certainly be useful in that regard.See question