I went to court had ticket charges dropped but had a failure to appear judge gave me a fine. But forgot to pay and was transferred to gc services is this a misdemeanor on my record?
it can be. There are failure to appear charges at both misdemeanor and felony level. Best person to ask is the clerk at the court. If it was attached to a ticket, it is likely a misdemeanor or an infraction.See question
I was charged with. Misdemeanor recieving stolen property two counts and brought to trial where I lost . Many things were what I feel illegal that were done throughout my case such as the evidence being given away before they had even brought cha...
If your attorney filed a notice of appeal, it will go to the appellate division of your court, not the same trial court. And you will get appointed counsel on appeal. Your attorney will be in charge of getting a proper record for the appeal. You should get a notice of counsel being appointed and how to contact them.See question
In an unlawful detainer case I settled with my landlord and he has to pay me. How can I make the record sealed?
Switching this to Landlord/Tenant.See question
I was arrested during a miscarriage release because of loss of baby in juvenile detention center was put on 3 months home supervision then put on a year of probation but because of a family member that was my guardian threw me out of the house and...
Call your attorney. If you don't know who it is, call the PDs office and ask for whoever would be assigned to your case. The PDs assigned to specific courts will know what a judge may or may not do and tell you how to approach it. The warrant does follow forever. Best to get it taken care of and get your record sealed ASAP.See question
I was taken to jail on two charges buy recieve stolen property and taking owner vehicle without consent i bailed myself out and my bail bonds men gave me a court date that i attended. When i got there i didnt see my name on the charts so i asked t...
Go to court. Talk to the PD or bring a lawyer. Tell them what happened. Usually clerks give out a proof of appearance when you show up for a date and it's not filed yet so that when you do appear, you can show you didn't just skip out. It happens a lot if someone bails out or is cited out before the case is filed. Then the prosecutors will file it and send out letters of the case and the letters get 'lost' in the mail and a defendant won't know they have a court date. If you show up and have that proof of appearance, it will usually suffice to keep you out while the case is pending and the court will reinstate your bond.See question
Signed a plea deal back in 2014. Convicted of the following felonies: - PC 245(a) x2 - PC 245(c) - VC 2800.2 Stats: First time conviction ever. No injuries involved. Successfully completed my 6 months in county jail. No probation violati...
It would be tough getting passed the moral character application. There are attorneys out there that specialize in that but they aren't doing criminal defense. So I'm changing this to ethics and Prof responsibility. They'd have a better answer for you.See question
I had a bumper to bumper accident while i was on 3 year informal probation,i dont believe that I still am on informal probation but i have a bench warrant and i want to no the punishment for that charge.and what i can do about this situation?
If you have a bench warrant on the former case, you are still on probation. You have to go to court for this situation. Best to hire an attorney to help or talk to the PD. I agree with my colleague, time to get a license.See question
Simple question... as a small business owner. 1 owner, 2-3 employees.... why would I form a Corporation when an LLC is so much more easy to manage. 1. Small business- means 99% not a chance to seek venture capital, or to sell "shares" to outsid...
Go with what your company needs now. The FTB fee is waived on a corp the first year but not on the LLCs, but LLCs are easier to manage for compliance. If you change your mind and want to seek investors, be bought out by an entity, etc., you can always form a corporation later on for that purpose and have it own the LLC or merge it. You aren't stuck with the entity choice if circumstances change.See question
Hello! I started a small, indie magazine a few years ago. I am a sole proprietor with a DBA (no LLC, no incorporation). I have two different parties who are interested in purchasing the business from me which is ideal because I'm ready to move on ...
In addition to what my colleagues have said, I would make sure to consult a CPA or tax attorney on how to structure the deal.See question
the court keeps sending me notices, and fines i keep saying in letters and copys that i sold car.
You should have filed a notice of transfer and release of liability. Also, as my colleague said, set for trialSee question