Has warrant for violation of parole now shows un sentenced what does that mean
Nothing beyond what it says.
I've actually never seen that term reflected on the court or jail databases. Since you don't quote the source or even identify it, I can't help you with the specific situation.
You should contact the parolee's lawyer.See question
I'm trying to understand the abbreviations
You're looking at the jail computer, I assume. That's not an abbreviation I've seen before, but it's not a reliable or accurate source for charging or disposition information. Their entries are often for internal purposes and are not reflective of the court records. If you want accurate information about a case, you'll need to get it directly from the court.See question
my Public defender was looking into an account to for me regarding a case of mine but said it's bringing up a CPO.
Well, it means Criminal Protective Order, which is a restraining order issued pendent to a criminal prosecution.
I'm concerned, though. You have a public defender. S/he is undoubtedly in the best position to answer your questions. How is it possible that coming to us was necessary here...?See question
I am in a case with a person whom I have a restraining order against .. she stole my car and was plead guilty and is ordered probation 36 months but hasn't gone . She misses court and now has a warrant it says BEN WARRANT TYPE issued 8-16-16 order...
What can you do? Not a thing, unless you know where the police can find her and want to drop a dime to let them know. Fun fact: Family Law court officers are sheriff's deputies in Riverside County. They have the power, authority and obligation to arrest a person appearing in their court when there's a known felony warrant.
The disposing and vacating entries on the court database don't necessarily mean what you think they mean, so don't make assumptions.
The matter has been resolved, from what it sounds like. You have no real leverage at this point in the criminal courts. But they will pay your restitution as the money comes in from the defendant.
If you want to be proactive you have two basic options:
1. File a civil case and get a civil judgment to back up the criminal restitution.
2. Call the Riverside DA at (951)955-5400 and ask for the Victim/Witness unit. They can help you make a claim for compensation from the State Crime Victims Compensation Board if you're eligible. Have the case number (RIFxxx/BAFxxx/SWFxxx) available.
I am mexican shes caucasian blue eyes jounger while driving arguing she was beating me up i cover myself up i try to stop her i couldn't so insted fearing for a crash i put the car on Neutral got out call 911 walked away to a corner and she drove ...
In a word. No.
I do wish you luck, though.See question
My brother was sentenced to 3 yrs in prison at 85% time. When he was sentenced, he had already served 9 months in county jail. I'm trying to figure out exactly how much credit he should have received for those 9 months. I understand that the credi...
It depends on whether he's eligible for 4019PC time or (more likely) is limited to 2933.1PC credits for his pre-sentence custody time. The proper calculation is set by law and there's not much wiggle room in the calculations. The judge undoubtedly gave him credits at sentencing. Those are usually accurate, but will be reviewed by prison staff upon his Reception and Guidance evaluation in prison. His counselor will tell him his anticipated release date once he's done with the classification process.
In short...probably 15% credit applies but I can't be sure. The judge's credits are probably correct. He'll be told what his release date is soonish.See question
I was not legally served. I have it on video but the judge issued a 5,000 bench warrant out as he believed the cop. Is it likely for another County to come to my home and arrest me. The court is in Riverside County and I live in san bernardino...
Honestly, I understand and sympathize with your situation. But asking the same question repeatedly is rude and (apparently) unproductive.
If you believe the service is invalid (and I can't help but wonder how you have an invalid service on video), hire a lawyer and move to quash the warrant.
Or saddle up and go to court like an adult and deal with it. While I can't make guarantees, I can tell you that I've never heard of a person going to jail in this circumstance WHEN the person voluntarily appears.
Please talk directly to a lawyer and stop spamming this forum asking the same question, hoping you'll get an answer that you like.See question
I need to know the meaning of nf on a persons charges
It means "not filed," if you're looking at the jail computer. But it doesn't necessarily mean what you might expect. The jail's record of charges is not an official record and doesn't always make sense.See question
I was charged with injury on spouse child endangerment and plead not guilty going to trial today was suppose to be my last day they added another charge for maliciously removing a wireless device and I have had the same public defender throughou...
1. Shouldn't your public defender be asked this sort of question, rather than an Internet forum?
2. Your public defender is an attorney. And quite probably your trial attorney.
I guess what I'm saying is that your question doesn't make sense.See question
I didn't show up for a subpoena and there's a bench warrant out. I want to know if they will kick down my door to arrest me. I have a gate in the front and it's locked. It's out of Riverside County and I live in san bernardino county
It depends a bit on the status of the case. If the trial has started and they need you...yeah, they'll come get you. They do not have the authority to kick in your door, but they will get you to court if you're needed. If there's another appearance date on the case and the trial hasn't started, they'll probably just call you and tell you to get to court and stop mucking about.
If you don't want to go, get a lawyer and try to quash the warrant. You said in a previous question when you asked this exact same stuff that you weren't properly served. If that's true, quash it. Or put on your big-boy/girl pants and show up to court like an adult. Or hide inside your house and hope the problem goes away. I guess those are your primary options.See question