i remember it being dropped to a misdemeanor and that record would be removed after satifactory completion of probation. Now i am being charge with fraud and my PB said they asked me to take plea and recommended me to think about it or they would...
Same answer as other post. One post should doSee question
My spouse just recently beat me with a wrench. I dropped the charges. I went to go get a report, and the info and pictures have been deleted of what happened that night. Also my spouse needed a ride into town and a police officer came and picked h...
You asked the district attorney to drop the charges, and there was never any arrest.See question
I was unable aware I had to go to a dmv hearing 10 days prior to my arrest I thought it was 10 days after I was charged. I called and asked if there was any way I can request a hearing but the lady was really rude and said no to bad you have to ge...
Unfortunately, because you did not request a hearing within 10 days after your arrest, DMV requires that you obtain in interlock license for six months. If you are pulled over while driving, you will be arrested for driving on a revoked/DUI unless you have the interlock license and a properly installed interlock device. This is true even though the magistrate judge dismissed your DUI case. The DMV administrative process is separate from the criminal court system.
Your DUI lawyer probably explained all of this to you when you hired him. It is not all a wash. Had you been convicted of DUI you would have that conviction on your record, community service, VIP class, DWI school, alcohol screening and counseling, court costs, possible fines, possible jail, one year of supervised probation, a compliance hearing and one full year of the interlock.
Consider yourself lucky that all you must do is a few more months on the interlock.See question
I received what I felt was a bogus traffic ticket in a different state. Despite my efforts to call and find out my day in court, I was given the run-around by the clerks office. Eventually I received a bench warrant in the mail but no notice of a ...
It looks like the original bench warrant fee was not waived in the computer system. Talk to the clerk about the judge waving the $100 feeSee question
sent me to mental health for a valuation
If you are found incompetent to stand trial, you are evaluated by a local forensic psychologist and, if s/he agrees, you are sent to the state hospital in Las Vegas for treatment to competency. That could take months while your criminal case is kept on hold until you are ready to go forward.See question
Was caught with unpaid items
The summons to appear at court for your arraignment is more than a polite request. It has teeth. If you don't appear, the court will issue a bench warrant for your arrest. The judge will also set a higher bond for you to post to be released from jail while the case is pending. By not showing up, you will be considered a flight risk who cannot be trusted to show up on your own.See question
I was pulled over for having newly expired registration on my car and was given a ticket to appear in court. All I had to do was show up and show that I renewed my registration. I was not convicted, given a fine, penalty, sentence, or anything; It...
You were charged but never arrested and never convictedSee question
It was a probation violence
Well 70% of 120 days is 86 days, but I've never heard of 30% good time.See question
a search warrant was served. my computer was seized. there were no active files containing cp. I was not arrested till three months later. I had deleted and tried to erase all potentially illegal images,but forensic examination brought them back.
Unfortunately those deleted files can result in a conviction the same as active filesSee question
Hello, when I was 19 years old I was pulled over and arrested for a DWI, I blew a .08. In court the judge found me not guilty because the officer who pulled me over did not have probable cause to stop me, I was not speeding or swerving and there w...
Technically you are a DWI First simple but not a "true" first. Your prior brush with the law does not increase the minimum and maximum penalties but can be mentioned by the prosecutor and considered by the judge at your sentence hearingSee question