A friend was arrested on Monday at approximately 9 a.m. it is now Tuesday 2:44 how long do they have to get him in front of a judge to set bail?
Once arrested, the defendant is to be taken before a magistrate without unreasonable delay but not more than 24 hours, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Bail can be considered at that appearance or at any time thereafter.See question
A friend of mine has a probation violation fee of 1000 dollars and court fines of 680 dollars. he wants to know what till happen if he doesnt pay them. he already has a warrant and the case status is inactive
None of the facts of your question make any sense. It's best if your friend contact an attorney for consultation.See question
my grandson was charged as a juvenile lanl--he was incarcerated in a idaho state juvenile facility sinse 2014. while there they transferred him over to a conduct disorder group from a sex offender specific group in oct 2015. allegedly due to behav...
It's Christmas Day as I write this and wish you and your grandson a very merry Christmas. From what you wrote, it seems the state is very aware of the many behavior problems being exhibited by your grandson and are doing what they can to help him deal with those issues before he turns 21. Once he is released, he will be subjected to the adult criminal justice system for any further issues. The adult system can be much more punitive and less likely to deal with mental health issues than the juvenile system.
Your son must have a public defender representing him. You should direct your questions to that person or you can call a private attorney who practices in the area of criminal defense to get more complete answers. I wish the best outcome for your grandson.See question
I have 3 felonies for delivery of controlled substance (marijuana) from over 30 years ago. Is is necessary to obtain legal advice to increase chances for pardon? I have all documents and letters from community supporting me.
Your chances of obtaining a pardon without counsel is almost zero, IMHO. They are not much better in this state if you have counsel but your facts are somewhat compelling and you may have some luck. I wish you the best.See question
I ran on felony probation having 9 months left of 3 yrs
Whether to extradite from another jurisdiction is left up to the discretion of the prosecutor in the county in which your case is being handled. You should know, however, that your probation is suspended and can't be terminated while you are in violation of the terms. Good luck.See question
My son was supposedly charged with Petit-theft in March-2016 in Twin Falls, Idaho. He was picked up that same month for federal felony probation violation and was sitting in the Ada County jail on a US Marshal hold awaiting court up until a little...
It's difficult to understand your facts. I understand your question to be what the SOL is for a shoplifting misdemeanor citation served on your son in March 2016. If that is correct, the answer is the charge must be filed within one year of the alleged offense.
You seem to also be asking how the warrant for FTA got filed and I doubt anyone on this site could answer that question without knowing much more. If you need more, you would be wise to contact a criminal defense lawyer in your area.See question
I bailed out a man who promised to make his court appearances. His bonds have been forfeited and I need to get him back into custody Payette Idaho. All his charges are misdemeanor
Idaho can demand his return by issuing a warrant for failing to appear as scheduled. On the warrant, the state would have to indicate whether or not it is willing to extradite him from Oregon. Most often, the state does not want to extradite from another state because of the expense involved for a minor crime. The prosecutor makes that call. Good luck.See question
I'm on probation and just found out I tested positive for meth. I've been around it that's all, but the PO tells me that isn't possible. Other people tell me yes it is.
I agree with my colleagues and would add that the answer to your question is a scientific one, not legal. You could Google it or find a medical source that might be able to answer your question. Good luck.See question
I helped my wife move her daughter and boyfriend from Arkansas to idaho and they are now living with us recently I found out her daughters boyfriend just got out on parole from prison in Louisiana violated his parole and is on the run her daughte...
While I understand your fear if you turn the boyfriend in to police, I think you have a duty to do so. If you don't, and you knowingly allow him to continue living with you in these circumstances, you could be charged with harboring a fugitive when law enforcement does find him. I would consult with a criminal defense attorney in your area immediately and explore your options with him/her.See question
My boyfriend had been out of his dads and moms house for 3 months but had to move back in with his dad because mom moved to Oregon. He couldn't get emancipated before having to move back in due to not finding papers. He pays for everything himself...
Your question doesn't explain why your boyfriend need "emancipation." If he moved out on his own once before, why can't he do it again? As my colleague suggests, Idaho has no emancipation statute, so if he is thinking of doing it in Idaho, he will be out of luck.See question