Officers came to the house and as we are conversing he said it smells like marijuana. so they rushed inside of my home, arrested me and searched my home with out my consent. Ended up charging me with resisting arrest, which I did not do and posses...
Can they enter your house? They did. The question is what can do about it now? We need to evaluate your case and see if the search can be suppressed. Here's some case law on the subject -In State v. Steelman, 93 S.W.3d 102 (Tex.Crim.App.2002), the Court of Criminal Appeals held that “the mere odor of burning marijuana” in a home was insufficient to give officers probable cause that a particular suspect had committed the offense of possession of marijuana in their presence. Steelman, 93 S.W.3d at 108.
Horton v. State, No. 01-14-00993-CR, 2016 WL 1644486, at *3 (Tex. App. Apr. 26, 2016), petition for discretionary review refused (Sept. 14, 2016)See question
both are on title, one was awarded the car in decree, but the other spouse will not sign the title for sale
You'd need to file a motion to enforce the terms of the divorce decree. Contact the lawyer who handled the divorce or a local family lawyer to assist.See question
Around July 26th a incident happened between my sister and another girl where they fought and the police were called. My cell phone and car keys were stolen and I was unable to leave when the police arrived I calmly explained to them what happened...
What can you do? Hire a lawyer. The police and prosecutor think you are guilty. That is why you are facing probation for this incident. You should not be going to court without a lawyer. If you have court in a week you should be meeting with local defense lawyers now. Hire the best local attorney you can afford.See question
I need dispositions from California, Nevada, and Pennsylvania
I'd start with the court clerk for each case. In Texas, felony cases are filed with the District Clerk, and misdemeanors with the County Clerk. I have no idea what other states do.See question
My boyfriend and I had an agruement I threw a little plastic bowl at him . he called the cops to have them escort me to leave cause I wouldn't leave at that moment the cop gets there gets our story's my bf had scratch on his face from bowl so cop ...
Here's the thing, your boyfriend can't drop the charges, even if he signs an AONP the State can pick up the case and go forward. You need to hire a lawyer for your boyfriend to see what it would take to get the case dismissed. A lot of times the State will want you to enter some kind of diversion agreement or even offer deferred probation, it's rare for a Kaufman County Family Violence case to just be dismissed. It doesn't happen often. Hire a lawyer now to help you, that's the best thing you can do. You should also check your bond conditions, you may have a protective order that requires you to stay away from you boyfriend. If you aren't sure ask your bondsman. Cops aren't relationship counselors, their job is to arrest people in domestic disputes.See question
I have grandma poa of my kid it was temp. Now now she will not give me my kid back I called the police they didn't help I'm going to revoke the poa but what do I do to get my kid back?
Take whatever power of attorney documents you executed to a local lawyer and see what can be done to get your child returned.See question
My husband got a state jail felony of organized retail theft went to court and it was postponed and received another theft for 100<750 not long after in another county. Before he ever got his court date for second one he already went to state did ...
Your husband would have needed to be convicted before he picked a new charge for the new charge to be enhanced.See question
I have a few questions. First, my husband and I got a divorce in 2004 and he signed away his parental rights to our two children. We re-married in 2008. We are separated now and possibly getting another divorce. Our kids are 15 & 13. They both wan...
I'm not sure what you mean by signing away his rights. Terminating the rights of a father is very difficult, it's not a typical part of a divorce in Rockwall County and requires some extraordinary circumstances. I'm going to assume that didn't happen for the rest of my answer.
The children are old enough to tell the court if they have a preference on where to live. If the judge ordered the father to have primary custody, then you would be responsible for paying child support to your husband. If the children are on medicaid then that will reduce the amount you owe for premiums each month, but if you are paying child support you the court will want you to reimburse your husband for premiums and usually 1/2 of out of pocket costs.
You need to hire a lawyer immediately to protect you and get started on this divorce.See question
The father of my grandchildren had his rights temporarily suspended and is currently on a court order supervised visitation that consists of 4 visits prior to next court date. He gets the girl's from Saturday at 12:00 PM to Sunday at 12:00 PM supe...
This is tough to answer without seeing the court orders and the custody orders in place. If the father's rights are suspended then the mother should have a lawyer to answer these questions. You should have that lawyer help you decide how to proceed.See question
My husband is currently in jail for the charges stemming from him putting me in the hospital. I want a divorce and him to fix my mouth and teeth. We have been legally married foe 10 years as of 9-29. I do not want alimony. I want my mouth fixes an...
The Kaufman District Attorney can provide you with a protective order to keep your husband away should he get out of jail. That's a free service they offer. They also have a victim coordinator for your husband's criminal case who should contact you. They can ask for restitution for your medical bills as part of any plea agreement with your husband.
To get a divorce started in Kaufman County you need to hire an attorney. Our firm offers free consultations for Kaufman County divorce cases, and we have had experience with cases involving domestic abuse and husbands being in jail. It' something we can work through but it's a difficult process and it's best to get started soon.
I would start by gathering up all the documents regarding your assets, financial statements, property/car loans, credit card bills etc. Also you need to keep track of your medical bills as well, you can sue your husband for assault and ask for damages for your teeth and mouth.See question