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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
I was polled over for following to close. I was issued a written warning for following to close. The office said he smelled marijuana in the car. I refused to let him search. I complained about the time it would take to get a warrant. The offi...
Well you could hire a lawyer. Strong motion to suppress issue. However you will need to appear in person to get the warrant quashedSee question
She said he tried to or did rape her but now doesn't want him to go to jail. (Drop charges). She told the D.A. to drop them but they said she couldn't drop the charges because the state was pressing charges now
The same answer as before. The alleged victim (AV) never files charges and she never has them dismissed. She called the police and gave a statement to the police but it was the police who originally filed the charges and now the district attorney (DA) who is prosecuting the charges.
The AV can ask the DA to drop the charges, but the DA has refused. There is a history of allegations and dismissals, a pattern that is all too common in abusive relationships. The police may have physical evidence such as forensic pictures of bruises consistent with her original allegations and a Sexual Assault Nurse Examination rape trauma kit.
Given the seriousness of the charges and the very real possibility of imprisonment if the case goes to trial and the jury believes the original allegations, a public defender or hired criminal defense lawyer should evaluate the evidence and recommend how to proceed. Free legal advice on AVVO can only go so far...See question
i got a DUI 2 years ago, I did all my classes and got my license renewed, I even bought a new car after this and the dmv allowed me to register it, on my way to work yesterday i was pulled over for a revoked license from that incident, i payed my ...
I don't see any mistakes by DMV or the judicial system. You must have an interlock license for one year before you can have a full license, and not driving for years does not change that fact. You can register as many cars as you like before and during your interlock year, but if you drive without an interlock license and an interlock device in your vehicle, you can be arrested for driving on a revoked/DUI license. But you already found that out the hard way.See question
What does that mean
Probably a DUI dismissal. The next time you get charged, that dismissal suggests you have a long battle with alcoholSee question
I got a dui in South Dakota 8 years ago which I now live in New Mexico. They want me to get an interlock and an interlock license. Is there any way to avoid this and get a regular license
New Mexico will honor the North Dakota hold and both will require one year of interlock before you can have a full license. There is no way around that requirement anymore.See question