My sons biological father who lives in missouri was recently charged with possession of a controlled substance felony c(except 35 grams or less of marijuana), possession of a controlled substance misdemeanor a, paraphernalia misdemeanor and drivi...
Sounds like he had multiple types of drugs on him, so he was charged for each different one. So, for example, if he had a pipe and a small amount of weed, he gets charged with misdemeanor possession of drugs and also gets charged with possession of paraphernalia. He needs to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent him.See question
My brother was stopped last week by the police and they found drugs on him. They drove him to the hospital because they thought he was overdosing. They did not arrest him, they did not charge him. They did find the drugs and he says he admitted to...
The Prosecutor has up to 1 year from the date of the incident to file charges if it was a misdemeanor, 3 years for most felonies.See question
It originally was a possession charge, but got reduced to littering.
My guess is that it was amended to misdemeanor Littering, but if you're not sure, call your attorney or call the court clerk to confirm what your possession charge was reduced to.See question
I was in a St. Louis county park after dark and I got a tresspassing ticket. I don't know if I need to get a lawyer.
If you just want to plead guilty to trespassing, you don't need a lawyer, but you will have a conviction for trespassing on your permanent criminal record if you choose that option.See question
I have not paid all my restitution so I got violation in mail since I'm on unsupervised probation,since the notice I have paid it off and now will go to my hearing..
Yes, you should definitely show proof to the judge at the probation revocation hearing that you have paid restitution.See question
I'm on unsupervised probation and I hadn't paid my restitution but it is now paid so I'd like to show judge receipt that day in hopes to not do my 30 day jail time back up...
It's not required but strongly recommended in most cases to have an attorney represent you in a probation violation hearing.See question
it happened in 2004. received a sis sentence
If you had a DWI and the judge gave you an SIS (suspending the imposition of sentence) with probation, the court will close your case and there will be no conviction on your record if you successfully completed probation with no violations and you completed all other court-ordered requirements (such as SATOP, payment of court costs, ignition interlock, etc.) Expungement is only for certain types of convictions. You won't have a conviction to be expunged if you successfully completed probation.See question
I had received a speeding ticket (going 10 over in a 30 zone) back in 2011, which I had a lawyer help get amended to a non-moving violation. I didn't know how to address this in the N-400 since it was amended and paid (~$200). I submitted my N-400...
You can tell them it was a speeding ticket that was amended to a non-moving, no-point infraction, so you were actually convicted of the non-moving infraction of "Illegal Parking" or "Defective Equipment" or whatever it ended up being amended to.See question
Father and family recommend me take a drug test at sheriff's dept. Because they assume I'm on drugs
They are not going to give you much notice of the drug test.See question
I was charged with accessorie to burglary in the 2nd degree 3 times and property damage in the amount of 5000. I know I am guilty of this,at my arraignment I was so messed up still on drugs I said not guilty,I know theyvhave video of me not in the...
You should ask your attorney these questions. No one else is as familiar with the details of your case than your attorney. If you're not happy with your attorney, fire them and hire a new one.See question