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Arrested for possession of marijuana and dangerous drug, released on bond for that. but received a seperate citation for paraphernalia and told we could just pay that online. Is that the right thing to do?
No. If you pay the fine you are convicted. You want to get it deferred. You should have a lawyer for both cases. Do not go to court alone.See question
In 2009, I had payday loans, getting payday loans to pay off other ones. I believe I had like 6 of them and couldn't afford to pay my bills, so I hired a consolidation company that were suppose to negotiate with them but the loan companies were se...
If you were convicted of the offense then these will stay on your record. If you were not, then you may have the option to expunge these records and have them deleted forever.See question
My partner was arrested and was approved for a PR Bond and while he was waiting they handcuffed him again stating he has 3 warrants for older misdemeanors because he didn't report (but he was in jail, so he couldn't) and few days ago it said CAPIA...
If you want information on bonds try calling a local bail bond company. They should have access to whatever information you need regarding bail and warrants.See question
Dear Lawyers, tonight I was served by a Westchester Detective with a lawsuit from Lubbock Texas. I wrote a review years ago about a man MATT YUBAS who I hired to help me license a product. I was not happy with him or his results and wrote a nega...
Hire a lawyer in Lubbock to look at it and file an answer. Lubbock has a law school and young lawyers looking for work abound in the Hub City. It's also where I went to law school (Guns Up!). You don't want to have a default judgment entered against you. We have some pretty strong anti-SLAPP laws in Texas and so you can be pretty aggressive defending a suit on First Amendment grounds.See question
I have sole custody of my kid I gave the grandma of the kid temp poa for school and doctors only. I revokes the poa and the grandma will not give me my kid. My question so I have the right to go withdrawals kid from school and bring her home.
I think we had the exact same question a few weeks ago. If the police won't help you then you must hire a lawyer to assist. The longer you wait the more difficult it could be to get this fixed.See question
He completed a rehab program, which didn't help (trying to talk to AA&NA into a weird belief kind of what mormons practice-Creekview counseling in San Antonio, TX) then he was asked by his probation officer to take the pill but the pill that he wa...
Is he looking at jail time? If he is on probation for a DWI and picked up a felony DWI then yes, he is looking at jail time. DWI 3rd is a third-degree felony with a range of punishment of 2-10 years in TDC and a fine of $10,000. If your husband was not successful on probation, or if he didn't have a good relationship with his PO, then that just increases the chances he gets jail and/or prison time. Get your husband the best lawyer you can afford immediately. The system is awful and it fails many people with substance abuse issues. However, that's an issue to solve via the political process. The system isn't going to change for this case.See question
arrested at apartment at 9 pm after Ex husband alleged drug use and child abuse. Taken to jail, booked and then released and driven home by arresting officer at 250 am after they discovered warrants and convictions were for another woman with same...
The legality of an arrest depends on many factors. If the police had probable cause to believe that you committed an offense (child abuse/drug abuse) then you could have been arrested. If they believe you had warrants out, you could have been arrested.See question
We both live together and want to drop the case
I guess it depends on whose case it is. If the AG filed the case it's not really yours to drop. If the child is receiving "state money" (CHIPS etc) then the AG has an interest in making sure that child support payments are made by the non-custodial parent. The Attorney General (AG) doesn't represent either parent, they represent the State of Texas. However, if you and the other parent are living together then they might be persuaded to discontinue the case. But not showing up doesn't help.
If you or the other parents filed the case, then file a nonsuit.See question
i havent recieved my statement in the mail, and rockwall pd has called asking me for a statement. Im only 18 years old with no crimminal history so is there a chance of being in the first time felony program? or what am i to do?
DO NOT GIVE A STATEMENT. Hire a lawyer to talk to the police for you. Being a first time felon means you will be treated better than someone with a lengthy criminal history. But Rockwall is a terrible place to catch a felony case. You need a lawyer now.See question