ITS BEEN HAPPENING FOR 3.5 YEARS AND I HAVE OVER 150 VIDEOS AND 300 PICTURES
Sounds like your next step is a restraining order. File for it at the courthouse nearest you and have the harassing parties served. Be sure to have duplicate copies of your photos for the court and the videos in a format that you can show in court.See question
A complaint was filed against my brother for violation of Penal Code 273a(b) but was never arrested and we have no idea what this is about
Happens quite often. Allegations were sent to the DA who decided to file charges, even if the person wasn't arrested.
Time for a lawyer.See question
Getting sentenced soon with Cruz Waiver and Probation. Planning on asking for an extension on stay date due to large restitution amount due.. what are the chances of the judge extending it? Is it common for judges to extend? I have an attorney, bu...
We don't be known the amount of restitution, what you have paid thus far, the terms of the plea agreement and what the discussions have been about your case.
Only your lawyer can answer. Statistics and what happened in other cases doesn't matter.See question
On September 23, 2016. My so called friend accused me of a serious crime that I did not commit. I rather tell you face to face, about allegation if that's ok with you.
Is this something they just said to you? Or did they publish it on social media? Tell others? Report it to the police?
If you're accused of a crime, get the best criminal defense attorney you can.
If this is just a false statement, you have to assess whether it's worth pursuing in civil court. The first question is one of damages.See question
My ex has threatened to withhold my sons from me on my court ordered holiday time. She's even insisted I go ahead and call the police and she won't be home to turn them over to me anyways. If this is more than just posturing and she follows throug...
Save the messages. If she doesn't comply, she is in contempt of a court order. You can make a police report and also head back to family court.See question
Pulled in to burgger joint got out walked up to wallk up window made my order.than a police car pulled up behind my van the passenger got out came over to me and asked if that was my van.i said yes .than he asked if I was driving I said no.that I ...
If you fix the issues, often the court is willing to reduce and or dismiss the charges. Get your license squared away and get insurance ASAP.
When you said you were "traveling" - if there is an indication that you subscribe to the theory that you are not required to have a license to "travel" in the US, then this won't go well for you.See question
I was charged with a felony for possesion for sales A felony for transportation and distribution And a misdemeanor for possesion of a concentrated cannibis I get off probation march 25 Also is the 5 years of being a registered drug offen...
You've already taken a deal? If so, you're convicted of possession for sales. That is a straight felony and cannot be reduced to a misdemeanor.
Once you're off probation, you can seek to have it dismissed under Prnal Code 1203.4. California does not have a true "expungement" statute. What we do have is a dismissal under Penal Code 1203.4. If granted, it doesn't wipe the case off your record, but it adds a notation that the case was dismissed. That allows you to tell most employers that you have not been convicted of the crime, but it remains on your record and still counts as a prior conviction.
And after approximately 10 years, you can seek a certificate of rehabilitation and a pardon from the governor.See question
My ex still keeps contacting me and she placed a no contact order on me! She calls me, comes to my house my job and is making my life hell! Is it true she can still contact me even tho she's the one with the restraining order on me?
When isn't under any orders. You cannot have any contact with her. Even if she wants it or initiates it, YOU must abide by the terms of the order.See question
Greetings, My name is Jason and about 3 years ago I was charged with a misdemeanor with petty theft. It was a huge mess and I just wanted to get it out of the way without fighting the case. Now I have goals to pursue a career in either healthca...
The recent legislation mentioned by Mr. Hill absolutely benefits you.
Just a point of clarification: there is no expungement law in California. We have something that everyone calls and expungement, but it does not expunge or erase anything from your record. It is a retroactive dismissal designed to help for employment purposes, but for most (not withstanding the change regarding real estate) license applications the conviction would still have to be disclosed.
A dismissed conviction (under the Penal Code section 1203.4 dismissal) would not have to be disclosed to most private employers and they could not consider a dismissed conviction against you. That is the difference between working for an employer such as a hospital in seeking a professional license from the state.
I would strongly suggest that you consult with an attorney that deals with licensing issues. They can best advise how to proceed and what steps to take with your past conviction. You may also need to seek the help of a criminal defense attorney who practices in the courthouse where your conviction occurred to seek that 1203.4 dismissal.See question