My friend is on probation for Fond du Lac and Columbia Counties, but was living in Walworth County in a rehab program, so Walworth was handling his probation. He was pulled into jail several times during the 4 or 5 months he was there, but never...
It sounds like time served rather than a good time calculation. He should contact the Walworth County jail and request verification of the time-served on the holds. If he is in custody and needs help with this, he should ask to speak to the public defender.See question
I was served an eviction for not reporting in come i dont have
This is not a civil rights question. If you live in subsidized housing, then yes, failure to report income is likely a problem.See question
My fiancé was driving my uninsured vehicle when he got into an accident with my car and someone's truck. He gave his name and phone number to the lady he hit and told her he didn't have insurance and told her to contact him as soon as she can (he ...
You can wait for the initiation of Safety Responsibility proceedings and ask for a hearing. http://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/dmv/license-drvs/rcd-crsh-rpt/srlaw.aspx
However, damages and liability are two different questions. They aren't going to ask him "if the damages are all true" they are going to ask how the accident happened. If it was his fault, I see no benefit in giving a statement to the opposing insurance company.See question
I'm on probation for dui 5th. I have a 2 year prison with 2 years of probation, stayed and imposed sentence. With 12 months on huber served. I am wondering if I would still end up on probation
You won't remain on probation, but when you have finished serving your initial confinement, you'll still have to serve the ordered period of extended supervision, which used to be called parole, simply delaying rather than getting rid of your DOC supervision. Doesn't seem like you'd gain anything but more confinement. This is something you should be discussing with the defense lawyer who handled your case. Good luck.See question
So I have never gotten pulled over and I've had my license for a year and yesterday I got pulled over and the cop asked if I had any drugs or alcohol in the vechile and I said yes and told him where it was and cooperated with him all I had was abo...
In addition to either being cited or charged criminally as already mentioned, a third possibility is that you could be contacted by a detective who wants to talk about where you get your stuff, and whether you want to work your way out of your problem by becoming a snitch. STOP TALKING TO THE POLICE. Call a local criminal defense lawyer. Good luck.See question
My car was hit while parked in front of my house and others got hit from behind as well.
Contact the police department that responded to the crash, or the DOT.
Okay so July 14th at 7:00am AP and I had exchange of words that werent nice. After this my job was threaten for about a week and a half. They pulled me into to the room saying they have been investagating me fir weeks. They said I was UNDERRINGING...
This is not a civil rights question. In the absence of a union contract, an employer can fire you for any reason or no reason. In this instance, you admitted wrongdoing. Depending upon the amounts involved, this could be charged criminally. Stop posting details online, and consult a criminal defense lawyer.See question
12/31/2015 I was arrested for suspicion of felony fraud. Upon arrival at the jail, I was booked and released for Pos of THC and Pos of Drug Para and given an Notice to appear on 3/21/2016. Prior to 3/21, I contacted the Clerk of Court because a ca...
There is no due process violation in what you describe. The statute of limitations on felony charges is six years, three years for misdemeanors. One year is well within both limits. NCIC record entries generated by an arrest do not commence a prosecution. For speedy trial purposes, delay is counted from formal charging by the filing of a criminal complaint, not arrest.See question
The DA is quoting numbers of people affected by a crime ( victims) however she is not telling the truth, I want to call her on her lies, however my husband took a plea deal and the sentencing is done, as well as an appeal. Can I do anything to pro...
Perjury is false testimony. Lawyers don't testify in court, they argue. The judge decides if the argument has any merit. The Court of Appeals decides if the judge made any mistakes. If your husband has exhausted his appeals, he has no further recourse absent new evidence, meaning something unknown to everyone at the time, not simply an alternative argument that the judge chose not to accept.
You have no recourse at all, as it isn't your case.See question