Looking to get a case dismissed due to police brutality during arrest, excessive property damage during search, and omitting material information from the police report
You'll need to hire a defense lawyer to assist. These aren't issues you can litigate without a defense lawyer. All police reports are misleading to some degree, in that officers usually only include information that fits their conclusion (that you are guilty) and they mold the events to fit that narrative and leave out other information that would show a defendant's innocence, it's police report writing 101.See question
He married her to keep from going to prison and at this time he does have a case opened up for sexual assault and he was sent a letter in the mail to call and go to the station for interview with the sheriff what are his chances of him not going ...
He should not speak with the sheriff, or call to set up an interview, or speak with anyone in law enforcement until he hires a defense lawyer.See question
I have a 2 felonies that I would like to have hidden. I did 1yr9mths tdc time back in 08 and was released in 09. Finished up parole in 2012. I have not gotten into any trouble. what should I do?
If you went to TDC then you were convicted, and convictions can not be expunged in Texas. All you can do is apply for a pardon, but Rick Perry hates granting pardons, you have a better chance at winning the lottery. Sorry, but under the current law you can't expunge your records.See question
computer not working well. served with notice 24 hours late. 972/231.2841
Dismissal of the case? The hearing? I'm not sure what you're asking. What's the PC hearing for? A motion to suppress? An examining trial? Is this a state case? Federal? I need more information, which you don't want to post online as it's not privileged. If you are facing a hearing in a criminal case you should have a lawyer representing you.See question
my bf was arrested for a probation violation for failure to report . He had a motion to revoke , two announcements , now on his case file it says under event type open plea and und the comments it says Open plea of true which is not in tell may ....
Generally an open plea of guilty or true (in probation cases), is when you plead without a plea bargain, or agreed upon sentence and you let the judge or jury decide the punishment.
In this case it appears your boyfriend is going to tell the judge the allegations in the motion to revoke his probation are true, and ask the judge to sentence him.See question
my husband had numerous speeding tickets no insurance but all were taken care of. now has his license back. We are in trouble for a felony charge can they throw all these together and make him a career criminal or are traffic only misdimeaners? ca...
Speeding ticket can not be used to enhance felony charges. 2-20 cases are second degree felonies, 25-life cases require prior felony convictions or a charge of continuous sexual assault.See question
My lawyer asked the police for the arrest video to assist with the ALR hearing but they declined to release it. Was there any possibility that the police would have released it?
Each police department has a different policy. The law doesn't require them to release the tape, so most won't. But it doesn't hurt to ask. This is just one example of how the DWI game is rigged against defendants in Texas. We hide the most important piece of evidence, the video, from the defendant at the ALR hearing. Why? Because they don't want your lawyer to use it to cross examine the officer at the hearing. Just wait, it gets worse. The DWI game in Texas is set up to get you to plead guilty, or be found guilty, so the State can get their money from you (surcharges, fines etc).See question
Dog attacked other dogs and daughter in law in m yard sheriff stated shoot the dog and drove away. Got gun out and neighbor came charging after me bean chest butting while I was holding gun. All I did was face the butt of the gun not the barell. ...
What should you do? You should hire a local criminal defense lawyer.See question
my lawyer had told me that if i didnt plea and take the deal that was on the table that the judge would throw me in jail and await trail so is that something the judge can do
It's not something a judge should do, but it the judge does throw you in jail for not pleading then your lawyer needs to be ready to protect you. I'd talk to your attorney about what his plans are if the judge follows through with this threat.See question
If my attorney is late at my defense trial, does it hurt my case and make me look bad ? my case got bumped that day, the court claimed because of "unexpected" cases of inmates. I am wondering if I should be suspicious of my attorney, because the ...
Defense lawyers are usually required to appear in multiple courts at the same time, which is impossible. For example, in Dallas all the misdemeanor settings are at 9, and as a defense lawyer I can set in 5 different courts that morning. I"ll be late to at least 4 of them and the judges understand that. Unless it is a jury trial setting I wouldn't be too worried about it. It sounds like an announcement setting in which you appear and then reset the case so both parties can work on the case more.See question