In 2003 i pled guilty in anoka county to 3rd deg burgly. Given stay of impostion. Completed 5 yrs probation. My charge is now 13 years out so I apply for permit to purchase and was approved . Took class for permit to carry , turned it in and got d...
You likely will have to petition the court to restore your firearm rights.See question
I was in a car with some people, and we stopped and they started rolling some weed. I didn't know they had anything on them up to this point. A cop pulled up, and when he asked for the weed I handed him about a gram that was on the dashboard betwe...
This new incident definitely threatens your previous Continuacnce for Dismissal, as well as potentially your chances for the Air Force. It is highly recommended that you retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to help maintain your innocence and fight for your rights. You have a lot riding on this new incident, and, it seems, you have a viable defense. You do not want to risk handling this on your own.
I hope you find this information helpful, and I wish you the best of luck.See question
I received a DWI on November 16th 2015. I got pulled over for driving with a cancelled license on the 22nd of October 2016. I was just released today. My court date is on the 31st of October 2016. What will I be facing if pleading guilty? I am...
You are facing a criminal charge and a separate violation of probation. The penalties could include jail time. It is highly advised that you retain an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to ensure these cases are resolved as favorably as possible.See question
I was pulled the officer said I was swerving on the road and the said to step out gave me a breath test and the road test then put me under arrest took me to jail but never got urine or blood test even tho I passed the breathelizer
The short answer is yes, you can be charged with DWI; however, if you "passed" the breathylizer, and there is no blood or urine test, then you may have a very defendable case. I do warn you, however, that there is no such thing as a slam dunk case. Depending on the totality of the evidence, the prosecution may still have enough evidence to take this case to a jury. I would highly recommend that you contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to defend you on this case. An attorney will be able to ensure that none of your rights are being violated through out the court process and offer the best arguments to show that you are not guilty of this alleged charge.See question
My husband was driving with no license it's revoked. I was in the car and we had felony warrants did that mean I lost my driving privileges. He was charged with 5th possion and I got charged with the same thing.
You and your husband both need to contact attorneys as soon as possible. The forfeiture needs to be challenged in court, and there are strict deadlines involved. Also, it appears you both have criminal cases pending out of this incident. It is very likely that you will both need separate criminal defense attorneys for this case, as there is the potential for a conflict in the representation. I advise that you each contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.See question
I got my 2nd dui in 9years 11months since my first. I was cooperating with the officer nobody got hurt no damages to anything iM married own a house go to school, I'm wondering what's the chance of a lesser charge or just no jail time
The answer to this question depends on many different variable, and is impossible to answer without a thorough review of the case. Your best bet is to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney who will fight for you throughout the court process.See question
So, I was pulled over and charged with a second degree dui October, 1. My whole case was dismissed today. I still have to go to my DMV hearing, which is an undetermined date as of now. I'm just wondering what any of you think is going to happen at...
Unfortunately, the dismissal in the criminal case has no bearing on the administrative hearing regarding the driver's license revocation; however, if it was indeed an illegal stop, then it sounds like you have a very good chance at beating the driver's license revocation as well. If you had a private attorney on the criminal case, then hopefully you also have him involved on the administrative hearing. If you had a public defender on the criminal case, then typically they are not able to handle the administrative hearing and you would have to either go at it on your own, or retain another attorney to fight this for you. Either way, I wish you the best of luck.See question
I was charged with a theft and pled guilty and at the time I was only concerned with my nursing license being affected.... I did not hire a lawyer, I should have... I was told by the public defender that it would not have any baring on my license...
Depending on the length of time which has passed since this case, you may be eligible for an expungement. You would need to file a petition with the court. It is a complicated process with a lot of paperwork, which needs to be served on the appropriate agencies. Your best bet is to retain an attorney to help guide you through this process.See question
we was caught together on a danco order
Only a judge can get rid of a no-contact order. A motion needs to be filed with the court and then there will be a hearing. Best advice is to retain an attorney to help accomplish your goal.See question
We were granted a restraining order a month ago on a 16 year old girl who threatened my niece and egged her car, now she made up stuff and attached a year old facebook message and filed on against me.
Attorneys are not allowed to solicit business on this site. My suggestion would be to call a few of us and discuss the situation. Then, you can decide who is the best fit.See question