Got pulled over for excessive loud music I need to know how much this tickets going to cost me
Contact the local traffic clerks office and give them your ticket information and they can look it up and give you the fine amount. Good luck.See question
My son a minor @ 17 was caught shoplifting at Kohls and I was called.He was release to me and i was aked to sign papers releasing him to me ,banning him at kolhs and to pay the fines that they dont know how much.In fear of releasing my son to the...
You should consult with a good, local defense attorney right away on this, to be sure and safe. "Fines" are ordered by the court and must be paid, after a conviction, or probation (if granted) could be violated. However, it sounds like you're actually referring to a letter sent to you later by some attorney representing Kohl's demanding that you pay a bunch of money, or else, is that right? Yes, you can generally ignore those letters, but to be safe consult with a lawyer and show it to your lawyer. Those letters are often sent by department stores trying to scare people into paying money for 'restitution' that they are not legally required to pay, especially absent any civil judgment (which they never have.) See a lawyer. Good luck.See question
I received a speeding ticket, went to court and the judge reduced my fine. I paid for the fine that day at the courthouse. I then completed traffic school prior to the due date. However, I missed that I needed to pay an additional fee to the court...
Try getting your case placed back on the court's calendar and address your concerns and questions directly to the judge. Good luck.See question
The wording seems to imply the seizure is only indicated when 1 of those conditions applies, arrest or accident. Note.. The person has no prior convictions as listed in the exceptions, was pulled over for expired plates only, and had license found...
Assuming and googling will get you in more trouble. Consult with a good, local attorney asap to assist and get to the bottom of it. Don't wait. Thanks.See question
my son got arrested for robbery. He is 16 years old. Him and his friends robbed 3 stores, And one of them was armed. This is his first arrest ever...i'm wondering if there is other options besides jail.
These are very serious charges, and he needs a lawyer. Even with no record - which is good - these are extremely serious so yes, he could face prison time either at Dept. of Juvenile Justice (youth prison, formerly known as CYA), or in adult prison if they charge him as an adult. The court will appoint a lawyer to represent him if you cannot hire one, but he's in hot water. Lawyer up asap if you can. Good luck.See question
Hi I got a ticket for impeding the traffic and I got thefine for 238 and if I take traffic school it's 290. Lot of parents drop their kids on the curb side and leave. I honestly was slowing down to park my car by curb side before I let my chil...
I concur with my colleagues. Set it for an arraignment date, and enter a not guilty plea, and set it for trial. If the officer doesn't show up, you win. If he does, then tell your story to the judge. Having a retained counsel with you is always a good idea, too. Good luck.See question
Just last night my husband got arrested for unpaid trolley tickets I bailed him out this morning & now he has a court date. Will he be spending any more time in jail for this? And also he is on probation with a record
Based upon these facts, more jail is possible, yes. He needs to hire a lawyer asap, to defend himself. If the probation case is a felony, it makes it all much more serious and enhances the chances of more jail time, etc. He should not walk into court alone. Find a good, local defense lawyer. Don't wait. Good luck.See question
I want this violation removed from my record so I can purchase auto insurance. I would like to know what steps I need to take.
Mr. Roberts nailed it. Get it on calendar right away and inquire. Good luck.See question
I'm tryna clear my criminal background to get a good job
An 'expungement' motion is really a motion to dismiss the charges per Penal Code section 1203.4. While it is very worth while in pursuing this motion, it does not 'scrub clean' your old record like they never happened. If granted it shows the case was dismissed. Also, after a successful granting of a PC 1203.4 dismissal motion, you must still disclose the conviction to government/public sector inquiries on job applications, etc, but can say it's been dismissed. However, for jobs in the private sector, on those applications you're allowed to deny any conviction, after having the PC 1203.4 conviction granted. It's a bit complicated. Best to consult with a good, local defense attorney to help you. Good luck.See question
My husband's tickets were back from 06 & 07. He appeared in court in 2012, and pled not guilty, then missed his following court dates. We both forgot about these tickets. He wants to get everything taken care of and paid off. He had a previous tic...
Mr. Roberts is correct, you should first call that traffic clerks office to check what his balance is, if anything, as the jail time served may have reduced all or some portion of it. Good luck.See question