I had an ordnance violation in west allis and went to trail and was found guilty. At the time of the incident I was 16 and i appealed the courts choice and took it to the circuit court. Now the case is on ccap and i am a minor. I asked the judge t...
You'll need to convince the Judge they have the authority to seal it. As CCAP entries are public record, it usually takes some creative lawyering and cooperative judge.See question
There is a guy who i really like and i want to keep talking to him. I am concerned about the age difference as i do not want to get in trouble. He has just asked me to his prom next month and i am unsure as to the legality of it.
You can talk to, or go to the prom with whomever you'd like, assuming your parents approve. If, however, you were to have sex with him before your 18th birthday, he would be committing a crime. This sounds more like something you should be discussing with your parents than a lawyer.See question
New resident to wisconsin had my best friends son having to wesr a hemlet or i had to have a safety class fpr atv officer said he os giving forno helmet only can he issue me more tickets without tellin me?
He can mail you as many tickets as he thinks he has probable cause to write. The tickets themselves are your notice, and the court date(s) your opportunity to be heard.See question
I knocked only one time and then we left and didn't come back. It was an apartment complex and there were no signs that said no trespassing.
This is most definitely not a civil rights question. There is no constitutional right to play ding-dong ditch.See question
I was arrested about a year ago for something and the case was dismissed, or something like that. I don't remember the legal term. Either way, I filled out some paperwork and the information for that was removed from CCAP and my fingerprints were ...
Not presently, no. The Supreme Court and the legislature have been kicking this issue back and forth for years now, with no results. Getting a CCAP entry sealed requires a cooperative judge, some creative lawyering, and is not always possible.See question
Milwaukee won't appoint him a public defender and the arresting officer did not read him his rights. He's been in jail in Milwaukee co waiting to be transfered to Racine for 6 days now!
If he is on a body only warrant, he'll be held until he is brought before the judge who issued it. This sounds more like a contempt situation than a criminal arrest.See question
I never got an answer for a previous question answered.
This is not a live chat, and there is no link from this post to whatever question you need answered. You'll either need to wait for a response, or re-post your question after seven days.See question
Last summer I was in a bad place in my life, going through a bad breakup and I took my mothers checkbook and wrote 9 fraudulent checks and deposited them in my ex-girlfriends checking account because I owed her money from her helping me out while ...
You just confessed publicly online to hanging stolen checks on your ex-girlfriend, so yes, whether or not your parents cooperate with charges you can be prosecuted. See if AVVO can take down this post, and get a lawyer.See question
Charges are domestic battery and domestic disorderly conduct. 2 previous domestic dcs with my husband each time. I am female 24 years old.
You are facing a maximum of up to a year in jail if convicted on both counts, but there is no mandatory minimum on either charge. You can expect the judge and the prosecutor to conclude that whatever they did the last two times was insufficient to deter you from re-offending in a more serious fashion, so yes, jail would seem a real possibility this time. Get started with some counseling, preferably batterers intervention counseling, and get a lawyer. If you can't afford one, go see the public defender.See question
A friend of mine is currently waiting in jail on drug charges. Two of his felonies have been modified with the words "Party To A Crime". Is this a good thing? A bad thing? Or nothing to be concerned with in the least? And who would have modified ...
It's a bad thing to the extent it arguably puts him at risk of conviction for something that he may not have done directly himself, but was ready willing and able to assist, or did assist someone else in doing.See question