A friend completed an arraignment for 2 counts of felony insurance fraud.
It means they have an arrest record, yes. But not a criminal conviction....yet.See question
I was ordered to do PC 1000. This is my 1st and only conviction. I failed to successfully enroll then was reinstated. I enrolled but I tested positive twice for PC 1000
You could either get reinstated for another time or you could just be sentenced on the charge you initially pled guilty to.See question
I got a Dui in 2014. It has been 3years and I have 2years left to be completed probation. Am I eligible to get an early term probation and expungement?
You are always "eligible" to petition the court to terminate your probation early. Whether your request is supported by a legitimate need is the real question.
Once you are off probation, you could then petition the court to set aside and dismiss the conviction pursuant to Penal Code section 1203.4. But those are not guaranteed either for DUI priors.
Give yourself the best chance at success by hiring the best, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney you can.See question
My husband has a arrest warrant with a bail of 5000 dollars. We had no idea he had a warrant until a cop stopped us an let us go. It for receiving stolen property? He did have a felony for petty theft like 7 years ago we even tried getting it remo...
Can he? Yes. Will he? Hopefully not....assuming he is convicted.
There's way too much that appears going on here to address in one internet post. He should be contacting quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorneys to provide additional information to see how they can assist.
Good Luck!See question
I was just pulled over and arrested for a DUI, I bailed out and now have to go to court. I'm 34 years old and have never had a DUI, or speeding ticket in my life. What should I expect from the system in place? What am I looking at?
For a first time, non-injury, misdemanor DUI you are facing up to 6 months in jail and up to 5 years probation, along with fines, DUI classes, and possibly public work service.
Your DMV Administrative hearing needs to be setup within 10 calendar days of your arrest for a future date or you risk DMV automatically suspending your license.
Hire yourself a quality, experienced, criminal defense attorney who can appear in court for you and ensure you receive the best results possible, given the facts of your case and the courtroom where your matter will be handled.
Good Luck!See question
If you get charge for attempted murder but the person is alive is there an opportunity to fight the case. A family member of mine is getting charge For this for stabbing someone but the victim is doing well. And now they want to put my family memb...
Can a lesser offense be offered? maybe. Will it? I don't know.
Your family member, assuming he/she doesn't have one already, needs quality, locally experienced, criminal defense representation ASAP.See question
Sentence to this
Serious enough to warrant providing additional details to and then hiring a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney.See question
Was charged with felony cultivation and subsequently child endangerment. Did 2 days in county before getting bailed out. granted 4 years probation with a 6 month house arrest contingency. With prop 64 law I am looking at asking to reduce felony cu...
Yes, it is legally possible.
Give yourself the best chance at success by retaining a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney to assist.See question
My son is in state prison
Your son should also be able to get that information from his CDCR counselor.See question
The person already served 2_years and 9 months. I need information
What you need is a calculator. multiply 8 times .85 and that's the number of years they will need to serve if the conviction was in state court. If it is in federal court it may be less for a number of reasons.See question