My case was simple with only two criminal charges (Disorderly Conduct & Poss.THC). I have and obtained what I believe is strong evidence in my favor to prove my innocents. Within two weeks of trial the State mentioned it plans to add another crim...
Start by researching attorneys in your area and meeting with a couple of them. Ask questions about how they would handle your case and your concerns. You will get a strong feeling on who you should hire to represent you. Remember you get what you pay for and good legal defense is not always the cheapest. Good luck.See question
My friends and I recently got caught shoplifting at Shopko. The police were called and we were all issued tickets for $313 and now I received a letter from Shopko's attorney telling me to pay $194, should I pay this or not pay at all? Would they...
My suggestion would be to contact a local attorney. Often, local counsel can assist in reducing forfietures or possibly even getting citations dismissed entirely. In either case, an attorney will know the legal process for better than you. On a side note, there is a provision in the Wisconsin statues that allows a retail merchant to sue an alleged shoplifter civilly, while seeking costs and attorneys fees. Again, this is another reason you should consult a local attorney so that you can make an informed decision how to handle these matters. The citation and settlement demand letter your received are two separate matters and how you handle one will have no effect on the other. Good luck.See question
All we need to do is get him off the sex offender registry so we can live together and with our four kids in a Hud home!
There is a lot of missing information in this question to formulate a response. I suggest scheduling a meeting with a qualified attorney to discuss your concerns directly.See question
3rd violations but in 14 years
Do a local search for a reputable attorney who is versed in handling owi's. It can be done by using the avvo "search" option. Meet with the attorney in person and bring written questions with you during your first meeting. Good Luck.See question
..Muzzle loaders and cap & ball Revolvers?
I agree with the other answers to your question. No you can not...not with a past felony conviction.See question
When I was 18 I got caught shoplifting. Again at age 27 and now at age 31. All of it was under $200 worth of stuff. This was in Wi. I'm afraid i will go to jail. I know I need help and will get it!! I have 2 little kids and will be graduating in M...
You need to contact a lawyer to represent you. There are not enough facts to answer your question, but certainly in this situation a qualified attorney can help guide you through this issue.See question
do I still have a chance in court
You need to speak with a qualified DUI attorney to review your options and determine a strategy. Never go into a courtroom alone.See question
my situation is that i just had a death in a family and was drinking and was pulled over by my house. I heard that diversion isnt automatic and there are different rules. I didnt blow and I didnt do FSE's, once he said i had red eyes and reeked ...
You need to contact a qualified DUI attorney to review your options. You never want †o handle your case without a knowledgable attorney guiding you along the way. Never go into a courtroom alone.See question
I was cited a 2nd offense OWI recently in La Crosse, WI, which was 9 years and 50 weeks apart from the 1st OWI (4/2/05). I have a very good job which could be at risk, and would like to avoid incarceration at all costs (or minimize to 48 hours). W...
You will need to contact a qualified OWI attorney to review the facts of your case and determine the correct strategy. As was previously stated the minimum sentence if you are convicted of an OWI 2nd is 5 days jail, other factors including your BAC/BrAc will affect your jail exposure. Never go into a courtroom alone.See question
Surgery on Monday June 16 and she died on Friday June 20. No blood thinners, stockings or anything were given to her
I'm sorry for your loss. Medical malpractice litigation has been severely handicapped by legislation. Each case is expensive and very fact specific to determine its merits. Moreover there are very short periods of statute of limitations as well. All these road blocks are designed to scare off potential suits. Call a malpractice attorney to evaluate your case.See question