Throwing eggs apt and got a ticket and went back and clean it up
In Nebraska, that's likely the offense of criminal mischief or disturbing the peace. The level of the offense depends on whether any damage was done, and in what amount. I'd recommend that you consult with an attorney about your case. There is likely to be a plea offer, especially in light of you going back and cleaning it up. But there are other factors (including your own criminal history) which may affect what a sentence would look like. Talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney.See question
I have past convictions of 3 DUI's and a miseminor marijuana charge from a association of a boyfriend. I have been sober off all substances for 3 years I'm to be released from a 3 year probation term suscessfully in a couple of weeks I'm due to gr...
There is an additional process in Nebraska, called a conviction set aside, that may achieve your goals. You should consult with an attorney to assist you if you're interested. However, I typically advise to wait at least 2 years after completing the sentence before applying. But with DUIs, you may need to wait even longer.See question
Brothers girlfriend went to his place and started arguing with him, he ignored her and left her arguing by herself. She called the cops on him and they took him in for strangulation and domestic violence. He's called the cops on her before and h...
Your best plan of action is to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent him. These cases are incredibly fact specific, so no site like this can ever give much help on them.See question
First offense, amount stolen was under $80. I have a job and go to school full time. I don't want to do diversion, as I am worried it will be for more than six months. Can I get a month diversion? Or do I have to do all six months?
You need to hire an attorney to give you advice about your particular case and options. This isn't a question that can be answered in a forum such as this one, as criminal cases are very fact specific.See question
I am a 24 year female. I was caught stealing food/items from my own place of employment. I am currently attending college full-time (monday-friday) and live paycheck to paycheck. I have no prior criminal history.
It depends on the specific facts, where your case is being heard, who your judge is, and who the County Attorney is. I'd suggest retaining an attorney immediately, or requesting court appointed counsel.See question
punched a car window while drunk do not remember everything that happened
That sounds like an offense called Criminal Mischief, but the penalties depend on the amount of damage. You'll probably have to wait and see what you're charged with. Plus your criminal history (or lack thereof) and other things can factor in. Ultimately you should hire a lawyer.See question
the father wants nothing to do with the child the mother wants us to take care of the child and raise it we will eventually do an adoption however at the moment can not really afford that so we want to do a legal guardianship
I'd suggest contacting local area attorneys who do both guardianships and adoptions. The cost difference may not be as significant as you may think, and the processes are similar. Additionally just because the bio-parents can't or aren't able to care for the child right now doesn't mean that this will always be the case. You will certainly get attached to the child, and the child to you. Disrupting that later if the bio-parents change their minds would be possible with a guardianship, but not with an adoption.See question
If one is not suffering from addiction and no one is harmed by the drug possession how can it be a crime against society
You can argue whatever you wish, but this argument will get you absolutely nowhere. The legislature has the power to decide whether something is a crime.See question
I am a 19 year old female and have only had prior MIPS in the past on my record this is my first time getting a domestic assault charge and it is third degree. Will I get jail time or just a fine? There is a no contact order between my parter and ...
First, make sure you are not having contact with him if there is a no contact order in place. If he'd like to have the no contact order withdrawn, he should write to the court and request that that order be lifted. Beyond those two issues, you'll really need an attorney (either retained or court appointed), as your questions are very fact specific. No one on a forum such as this one could really give you good guidance about what could happen and what to expect.See question
27 yr old female on probation for 3rd degree domestic assault. no history of violence. never been charged with anything before.
With a second probation violation filing, you're probably looking at jail time. You should retain an attorney or request court appointed counsel so that the amount of time can potentially be minimized and any extenuating circumstances can be presented.See question