I'm a college student and I'm curious as to whether the second scenario is considered prostitution by definition of the law. My understanding is that prostitution generally means the exchange of goods, money or other services in exchange for sexua...
It is all about evidence. Scenario 1 is easier to prove - eyewitnesses, a known prostitute, caught soliciting or in the act, and oftentimes, caught via sting operations. Scenario 2 will require proof of the agreement - an audio recording or witness, for example, would increase the chance of successful prosecution.See question
I am 17. My boyfriend is 19. ( 2 years and three months apart.) Early on in our relationship, We became sexually active. I am aware of the fact that in California the age of consent is 18, and because of this he could be charged with statutory rap...
You cannot prevent a prosecutor from filing charges if they want to prosecute you, but sometimes, a lawyer can assist you and the prosecutor BEFORE charges are filed to prevent charges from being filed. Each case is unique and whether a lawyer can prevent charges from being filed depends on the individual case and the quality of that lawyer.
It is crucial to know that anything you say, whether orally, in writing (in your own diary, in a text, or on a public website such as AVVO.com, etc) it can be used against you and/or your boyfriend to pursue criminal charges and a conviction.
Take care.See question
PULL OVER FOR DUI TOOK PAS CITED FOR DUI AND DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. TOOK LICENSE AND RELEASED ME TO DRIVE HOME. NEVER TOLD ME WHAT I BLEW. NEVER WAS ARRESTED
More information is required. Did you receive a citation to appear in court?See question
Student on a F-1 visa arrested for 487(a) in Los Angeles, CA. Charged with 487(a) misdemeanor and 459 (also misdemeanor; entering with the intention of committing petty theft). No priors, first offense. I am still in the US and hoping that I would...
Consult with an immigration attorney before pleading to anything. While criminal attorneys are supposed to be knowledgeable about immigration consequences, the real specialists are immigration attorneys and they are in the best position to advise you. Some prosecutors are willing to allow pleas to different charges that could help you if there are immigration consequences. A letter from an immigration attorney about those consequences could make a huge difference in the outcome of your criminal case.See question
Ex girlfriend is harassing me and threatening to call my job and get me fired and cause a scene at my work. Also she says she took naked pictures of me while sleeping and is going to post them on the Internet... what can I do??? Can I get a restra...
I recommend hiring an attorney to assist you with filing the restraining order. The sooner you do this, the better chance you have at getting it granted. As for the naked pictures, unless you can prove she did this, as opposed to just threaten that she did this, you do not have a case other than for the harassment - which is primarily a civil matter.See question
When the judge calculates the subordinate terms and imposes one third of the mid terms for all the other crimes do you serve the total after all of the 1/3 crimes are added up or do you serve a percentage of that total . Ex) 2yrs is 1/3 of whateve...
You serve a percentage of the total.See question
There's a chance I'm just going to pay him and go down in flames anyways
Take the wise advise of Mr. Dane.
$2,500 is inexpensive for a felony hit and run . Most lawyers charge much more, but price doesn't always mean you have a good (or bad) lawyer. Just make sure whoever represents you is good. Meet with other attorneys if you aren't sure and do your homework.See question
I recently got into an altercation recently in another county a month ago when I was 16, policed showed up when someone called the cops. Police came, they interviewed everyone plus witnesses, and told me to go home. I did not receive a ticket, a s...
A field Interview Card is a small card that contains basic information the officer gathered from his/her interview at the scene. It is usually a brief summary. The card remains on file at the police department. If there are incidents in the future, the card can be accessed by the prosecution or defense for information of prior bad acts and/or for a future filing of charges. However, this does not mean that the prosecutor can't/won't file charges against you for this conduct.See question
I recently pled to a DUI. My license is on restriction. I am heading to another state for work purposes. Is my license valid as I travel outside of CA? I was also going to ask if all DUI attorneys offer expungement of DUI charges? I used the ...
Yes you can drive out of state on a restricted CA license so long as your are driving "for purposes of work" only. Not all DUI attorney's offer to expunge them, but many do as this is a common criminal procedure and it is usually not a complicated process.See question
2nd dui. Just trying to find the right lawyer.
Meet with three lawyers of your choice - in person. Most of us offer a free initial consultation. Listen. Ask questions. You should be able to tell who knows what they are talking about and who will work hard for a great result as opposed to those who just want your dime and are full of BS. Also, read the reviews. Be wary of fakes. Lastly, be sure that you meet with the lawyer who will be the person representing you in court and with DMV as opposed to an associate or sales person. It takes time, but it's worth it.See question