I was accused of meeting a 15 and paying for sex. I did not. What did happen was that I responded to a post on an adult dating web site to a person claiming to be an 18 yo college student. He ask if I could help him with his college expenses if...
Registration is generally a 10 year period unless there are factors that make it a lifetime registration. But yes, if you are charged for a CSC3 and convicted of a misdemeanor out of the same incident, you would have to register.See question
We had a recording of when an ex family friend attempted to hit my girlfriend with his suburban and then when she confronted him he pushed her so hard she few 10 feet into the ditch. Anyways I set the recording up to the spot where the incident...
The officer reviewed the recording that you gave them. She can try to fight the arrest, but without more details her chances are unknown. She needs to retain a criminal defense attorney to assist her.See question
How come it's bad to talk to police if you are accuse of a crime and you are innocent. Wouldn't it help them so they can solve the issue. But lawyer will allow you to talk to them if they are present. If you don't talk to police and let them kn...
Yes, some attorneys just want to make money. But Public Defenders will say the same thing, and they don't get paid to bring in clients. Here are some great resources to help explain the reason:
There is a lot more information from organizations like Flex Your Rights, and the ACLU.See question
If i was to make a pair of steel knuckles instead of using brass would they be legal
609.66 DANGEROUS WEAPONS.
Subdivision 1.Misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor crimes. (a) Whoever does any of the following is guilty of a crime [...]
(4) manufactures, transfers, or possesses metal knuckles or a switch blade knife opening automatically; or
I read somewhere recently that some porn stars have started auctioning off cameos in their next films to fans (which basically amounts to selling them sex, but because of the entertainment value or whatever it is, it's legal). If I had a partner w...
I suspect that this has been tried before. I know several fellow defense attorneys who have discussed and analyzed the issue. The consensus tends to be that the State will likely still view it as prostitution and charge people, and those people will still need to defend themselves in court. I don't believe there is any way to create the operation in the manner you describe and avoid the possibility of being charged, and possibly convicted of prostitution.See question
My car was stolen. A few weeks later, some people were caught with the car. Now those people are being charged for receiving stolen property by the state/county. One of them has a public defender who is trying to talk me, even though I was already...
It is completely your choice to talk to them if you want. If you do talk to them, they will probably try to see if your story has changed. If you don't talk to them, they will probably question you in front of the jury as to why you were unwilling to talk to an investigator.See question
Would a lawyer be able to reduce my dui to wet and reckless because I was held in detention well past the maximum 48 hours before charges were filed and even longer for me to be brought before a judge? There was no excuse or reason for the delay t...
You need to sit down with a criminal defense attorney and go through the facts of the case. Without those facts, all we can do is provide educated guesses, and that's not enough to answer your questions accurately.See question
"The commissioner of human services shall promulgate by rule personnel standards on a merit basis in accordance with federal standards for a merit system of personnel administration for all employees of county boards engaged......" I take this t...
In general, the phrase "in accordance with" here most likely means that the state can create their own rules, but the rules cannot conflicted with the federal law.
Far more information would be needed to give you a specific answer to a specific question. I recommend that you consult with an attorney in your area.See question
My mom gave me a car as a gift. I took possession of the car two years ago. We never transferred the title. Now she wants the car back. Can she legally do this?
If the title is still in her name, it's going to be difficult to prove the car is yours.See question