Do u have to go to jail or can I see a judge on the charges
It's up to the judge to determine the sentence for your probation violation but usually you sit in jail until the PV hearingSee question
My wife applied for me for I601A waiver and on 7.22 it was approved. I sent my prints to get my record from FBI & 3 charges are coming up from 11.06. 1)Public Intox 2)Fleeing or evading police 2nd deg (on foot) 3)resisting arrest. I plead guilty ...
Sounds like a question for immigration lawyers, not criminal defense. resubmit?See question
I was in jail for four months due to a violation of probation because I consumed alcohol while in jail my 15 year old was charged with assault and placed on probation court ordered him to live with my oldest son his brother for the duration of his...
It's up to the juvenile probation officer of the children's court judge.See question
I walked out on a ua because of an emergency and don't know if they put a warrant out yet
Eventually you will show up on NM caselookup. Walking away from a UA and not showing up later is kinda obvious, like when a motorist refuses to take the breath test. Call your probation officer today and ask about a technical violations sanction for your relapseSee question
I had call cops to escort my husband out of my house. I had packed his things due to i was mad that he had been drinking with his cousins. When he tried to come back in the house with his bags of clothes i pushed him and he was already drunk and j...
CYFD is geared to reuniting children with their parent(s) but you and your husband put your children in harm's way. Imagine if your 4-year old had been seriously hurt as you pushed his disabled father on top of your child?
You and your husband need to decide whether to live together without alcohol or to separate on friendly terms. Then you need to complete whatever counseling and other conditions CYFD requires before they return the children.
This period of separation and probation should be a wake-up call before someone gets hurt the next time.See question
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