I finished my probation this month today I called the county clerk to see about a removal of my interlock, she gave bailiff the phone and he said I had another year of deep lung device, in which I have had for two years now without any failures
If you successfully completed your probation and have been discharged, your probation hasn't been extended. There is a statute that requires certain DWI defendants to keep an Interlock for 12 months following their discharge from probation. I'm guessing you were on probation for a DWI 2nd.See question
I have court coming up and I looked at the info for it and it showed me this ...this is my first ever time getting in trouble with the law and it's a felony so what does this mean ? Please
It means your case is assigned to CDC 7. Don't try to decipher that system. Especially that part of it. Further down your setting history will develop and eventually your disposition. Your attorney will explain everything you need to know about your case.See question
My husband was arrested on the 17th on the 20th the da lowered the charge and on the 23rd but tried to charge him with something else but that charge is still pending how long can they hold that new charge while it's pending before they have to dr...
There is no maximum amount of time a case may be pending. A misdemeanor must be FILED within two years but can take any number of years to resolve. The State has at least three years to FILE a felony (although on some offenses, they have 5, 7, or 10 years to file a case and for a few offenses there is no time limit at all). Again, this is just to get the case filed, not to get it resolved. If your husband was just arrested 10 days ago, he has a long road ahead of him. He should start interviewing attorneys as soon as possible. If there is anything that can be done to expedite the case, his attorney will certainly try to do that if it's in his best interest.See question
My boyfriend and I got into a altercation back in feb, then he got into with another female in April (assault) and he got arrested at the end of april for my case w him. But I didn't press any charges and I basically stated that he was gone get he...
No one can tell you what the outcome will be. It sounds like he is facing at least two felony assault charges. If he cannot afford to bond out, he will remain in custody until the cases are disposed of. Because they are felonies, they will have to be presented to the Grand Jury for indictment. This can take a few months. Once he is indicted, his attorney will be able to start working the cases with the DA. As long as he is in custody, he will have a court appointed attorney. The outcome of these cases could be anything from dismissals to probation to prison time. It will depend on his record, the facts of these cases, and the strength of the State's evidence. The DA will take into consideration the wishes of the victims, but those wishes will not dictate the outcome.See question
This is my 2nd DUI and a condition was no alcohol and interlock; i consumed alcohol and blew into interlock. Later, after I violated, i got the Warn Msg but passed the rolling test. How likely is it that I will go to jail and is there anything an ...
There are too many unknown variables to predict how this might play out. Some possible outcomes include: being ordered to wear a SCRAM for 90 days, doing some time in jail as punishment for violating, having IOP added as a probation condition, or simply having your probation revoked. If it has been awhile since you had an alcohol evaluation, you might get another one of those done. I would contact the attorney who handled your case originally to see if they will look into whether or not a violation will be filed. If a violation is filed, a warrant will be issue. But your attorney can take you to court to get a bond set and have you do a walk through (or possibly get a PR bond) or maybe even get your probation modified without the need to post a new bond. If your officer proposes a modification in the field, that will prevent a motion to revoke from being filed.See question
He is being charged of THEFT OF PROP>=300K.... But they don't have enough or any evidence to prove he did it. So they haven't yet but are going to come to him with a CONDITIONAL RELEASE i told him not to sign cause he is not guilty. What will happ...
Whether or not the State has enough evidence to secure a conviction is determined by a jury at trial. All the State needs to make an arrest is probable cause (some reason to believe he committed an offense). One person's word against him can be enough. Once he is arrested a bond is set, and he can either post that bond or remain in jail until the case is resolved. I'm not sure what you mean by "conditional release." If you are talking about pretrial release, this does not require him to enter a plea so there is no reason for him not to take advantage of that. It is probably best for you to stop giving him legal advice. As long as he is in custody he has a court appointed attorney. That person can give him the correct legal answers to his questions. If he is not happy with his court-appointed attorney, he is free to hire an attorney of his own choosing.See question
e.g. class c misdemeanor- sold beer to a minor. I has been +10 years. I read in several sources that my presence is required at the court if I am granted a presence in front of the judge for my case review. Is it possible to assign someone to rep...
Most counties do not require the defendant to appear in court when granting an expunction. You need to directly contact a few attorneys who practice in the county where your case was filed and ask them specifically. Also, they should be able to pull the case to confirm that you qualify.See question
I forgot I parked the vehicle in a different parking space and called police to report it was stollen. But after recalling where I parked it, I called police to cancel the report. After 18 days police stopped me and arrested me because the report ...
You can sue whoever you want. I doubt you will find an attorney to take the case. The police have a high level of immunity from such errors. I find it difficult to believe they would arrest you if you had your ID on you and proof that the car was registered to you. Sounds like you and the police both made some mistakes.
To try get feedback from attorneys who file civil cases, post your question in that area of Avvo instead of under criminal. That should get you more precise feedback.See question
I received a deferred adjudication with a plea of no contest. My lawyer say once I complete my probation these records won't be visible in any background checks conducted by an employer. I would like to know how far is this true and I'm from Texas.
That's sort of right. You guys may be miscommunicating a bit. Once you successfully complete the deferred period, the case turns into a "dismissal," but this is not the same as an outright dismissal and your background will still show that you entered a plea and received deferred probation. You SHOULD be eligible to seal the record from public view by filing a non-disclosure (a few offenses cannot be non-disclosed). However, there is often a waiting period before you can do this. And it is never something that happens automatically. Follow up with your attorney to clarify your options. If you are not comfortable with that person, any local defense attorney should be able to handle this for you.See question
Needing to k now why it says misdemeanor reduction sentence probated
That is just a category in the system. It doesn't mean this case was reduced to a misdemeanor. You have cut off some of the information, so I'm not entirely clear about it's status. This person's attorney can accurately tell you the status of the case.See question