Looking to buy a shotgun for hunting and trap shooting, but im probation for another 5 years. Probation agreement does not mention anything about firearms, but i cannot seem to get in touch with my P.O. to ask.
Mr Kane is correct that you should not get 5 yrs Probation on a Misd DWI, other than that you should NOT be prohibited from buying or possessing Firearms BUT prior post is correct that in order avoid problems you check with POSee question
When charged with felony sexual assault and awaiting trial, what happens when you are given permission to travel to a specific state, but instead travel to a different one without required permission? How might that affect your case?
If you travel to a different state from that which you are approved to go to, you are violating the conditions of release which can result in your being jailed, but as the attorney said , surely the underlying offense is your bigger problem...See question
I am a 59 yr old working law abiding citizen that just got a letter from the DMV on 12-23-16 stating I will have my licence revoked 1-3-17 due to an alleged lack of providing proof of insurance in 2000! Upon further search by a family member, thi...
Mr. Kane is correct, also if you pay the fine then Any suspension due to unpaid fines should be lifted but that can take 2 weeks or more for dps to process, be prepared to pay an atty for help on this if you don't want to be w/o a DL for a few weeksSee question
I violated my probation by missing some assignments at school. Somehow, it was considered truancy. All because of anxiety. Which is the only reason I'm on probation. Last time I went into court, they said they'll put me into residential treatment ...
a court can order you to treatment BUT NOT as punishment, only if a Chemical Assessment shows that you need treatment. An attorney can help you make sure that the Court does not order something you don't need. If you are a teenager you are eligible for the public defender since you have no substantial assets or income.See question
I got pulled over cuz they scanned my licence plate and I was on probation. They searched my vehicle found nothing. Then they wanted to givee a urine test on side of the road. When I admitted I did methamphetamine 2 days prior to that they made me...
yes, you can get a DWI for testing positive for Meth BUT the police can not stop you just for being on probation as you suggested. IF they stopped you just for being on probation, that is an illegal stop. Even if they had a lawful reason to stop you, as skilled attorney be may able to beat a case of driving with Meth in your system IF you had a valid prescription for Adderall.See question
We took a trip to denver and get back tomorrow. I talked him into smoking with me. Last day of smoking was today
No they do not drug test. He needs to show that he has rehabilitated himself tho.See question
I have a gross misdemeanor theft charge and also looking at a 3rd probation violation. Any ideas what I could be facing for both of those. I'm trying to figure this out before I do my hearing for my probation violation
Most likely some jail time since the max. penalty is 1 year in jail. Get experienced Atty
This person was in a relationship with a victim that was 16 years old threw 17 years of age and Didn't use force or coercion and still was pointed as force and coercion because of the victims age .He also got her pregnant and he was Charged $2000...
The presumptive sentence under the Sentencing Guidelines is 36 to 48 mos. prison depending on which subsection of 3rd degree was charged. Best not to discuss details in a public forum like this and call a Minnesota Criminal Defense Atty. ASAP for a consultation.See question
I was just charged with felony DUI in Minnesota. I'm assuming that I'll be found guilty of the charges. My question is, if I plead guilty of the charges, is it possible to keep the felony conviction off of my record? I'm willing to do any treat...
When you say "I assume I will be found guilty" then that's like saying "I assume I will be murdered." there is no reason to assume this, and every reason to fight. If convicted after a jury trial then you will likely not get more than the 180 day mandatory minimum sentences, unless you have prior felony convictions. There is no way to get a stay of adjudication or a stay of imposition (reduced conviction to misdemeanor at the end of probation) from the prosecutor, so IF you are convicted of a felony then NO you cannot keep the felony off your recordSee question
I wrote my own appeal and won
Congratulations! Send me a copy of the decision/opinionSee question