Then after that i was arrested for a bench warrant for not paying the fine, but that citation was never for me, this was back in 2003 i called the court and they said they dont have the actual citation, that its destroyed after 3 years, i couldnt ...
Who explained they do not have the actual citation? The bench warrant would certainly have a reference to and include a copy of the original citation. You need counsel; this is something a public defender should be able to address if you are unable to pay on your own.See question
I was driving down a residential road late one night, looked down at my phone and when I looked back up I had ran into vehicle parked on the street. No one was hurt, no one witnessed the accident, I had insurance and I didn't flea the scene but I ...
It depends on whether you have priors. A competent attorney should be able to negotiate a reduction in charges if you have a clean record.See question
I'm approx 2100 miles away from my previous address do you think Colorado will try and extradite me from this far for a bad check charge?
At the end of the day, it's a crapshoot. I will say, however, that I have seen a rise in extraditions for check fraud across the country over the past few years. It is time for you retain counsel.See question
sold my unit and had a closing that afternoon and wanted to know why they charged $6,555.00 in legal fees when all I owed them was 2,297 for back HOA dues. They placed a lien on my house for $5650.00 which included the 2,297 and charged $3,353 in ...
Given your circumstances, I would not enter a plea to disorderly conduct. You should set the matter for a jury trial, pay the standard jury fee and feel free to give me a call for a free consultation at 303.837.9800.
I have been charged with indecent exposure by one man who is pretty much a career felon. In essence I have been falsely accused. He has never shown up for any of the 3 previous court dates and he is currently on a felony run. He stole from his emp...
Yes, once the case is dismissed - highly likely based on your description - you can file a motion to seal/expunge. I'd be happy to help you if you want to give me a call for a free consultation.