Defendant’s attorney in a criminal/federal case chose to have a jury trial after the defendant stated he didn’t want one (no proof of that), chose to rest the defense when the defendant didn’t want to (no proof), never showed his client any govern...
I agree, I would find an attorney to review the entire case and see what options you have. There are several things you note that may be inappropriate, but are not ineffective assistance. However, there may be valid issues to be raised. The only way to find out is to have the entire record reviewed.See question
It has been expired for 3 months from now.
If you received a ticket for not having valid vehicle registration, the ticket does not go away when you get valid registrationSee question
Need lawyer pro bono for feloy dui
Private criminal defense attorneys don't generally take felony cases for free. This is our job, our living, and our lively hood. That being said, there is no harm in asking. If you cannot afford an attorney, you can get a public defender. I know you indicated that you didn't want a public defender, although the majority of them are excellent attorneys, they know the law, they probably spend more time in court arguing against the State than any private attorney. The downside with a public defender is you don't get to pick who you want and they are generally very busy. Some counties have non-profit law firms that offer services to individuals that cannot afford an attorney. I suggest contacting the courthouse to see if there are any in your area.See question
I own a set of home made brass knuckles carved out of wood. I was wondering if it was legal to own that but not sell it. Please respond soon.
Here's the definition:
(4) manufactures, transfers, or possesses metal knuckles or a switch blade knife opening automatically; or
(5) possesses any other dangerous article or substance for the purpose of being used unlawfully as a weapon against another;
They are not brass knuckles, but could still be illegal in some circumstances.See question
if my son had consensual sex with a girl and over the weekend. But since the dad is mad and friends with the the head coach of the football team and he's mad about the situation my son is now suspended for 2 games . He has college coaches looking ...
I highly recommend you contact an Education Attorney, sometimes referred to as school law attorneys, as soon as possible. The legal process can take time and it's important to start the process soon.See question
They never retrieved the bills used to purchase, or raid the house afterwards for evidence, the CI drove there in her own car which would leave room for her to fake the deal by hiding narcotics in her vehicle, she lied about me being the only pers...
Yes, you can be charged. I've seen it happen before, and it will happen again. Just having enough to charge does not mean they have enough to convict you. Get a criminal defense attorney now.See question
Someone called for me . called a friends # told me to call back right away. I did said i owed on a loan and would head to court but the party would accept an out of court settlement for about half the debt. She took my credit card info to have on ...
Yep, sounds like a scam to me. I would also advise contacting the credit card company and reporting this identity theft.See question
My father was charged in a civil matter and charged with a misdemeanor for pulling out a knife on my girlfriend. 2 days prior to court my lawyer emailed me stating the case is dismissed. I called and spoke with a clerk who stated the case was dism...
Your question isn't making a whole lot of sense. If your father has a civil case, this would not be handled by the city prosecutors. If your father is being charged in a criminal case, it is the complete discretion of the city prosecutors as to whether or not to press charges.See question
my husband and I seat in first class in a empty aircraft, an airplane attendance approached us and ask for our boarding pass, she asked to move to our assigned seats, we ask if there was any other option for us, in order to avoid the embarrassing...
Can you sue the airline? probably. Would suing the airline be successful? Not based on the facts you presented here. You should follow up with an attorney in your area for a more detailed analysis.See question