I am no longer dating the person that is on bail I feel that he is at risk to be arrested again he has another bail this first one that I am cosigner on he stopped paying on they now want me to pick up the bill how do I remove my name from his stuff
You signed a contract with the bail bonds company, so they are not going to let you off the hook. And because you co-signed you are liable for the remaining payments. Never a good idea to co-sign on anyone's bail because if they stop making payments you are on the hook.See question
My brother went in to the probation office to get a pass, and was arrested. There was a warrant for his arrest for an adress change. He just lost his fiancée and has an infant. Due to the circumstances he forgot to report to his PO, however was in...
It means he is back in custody at the graybar hotel, which now has some nice concrete barriers in front of it since someone moron drove her SUV through the front doors several weeks ago. But the good news is that his lawyer will probably get him released at his first appearance.See question
Consensual sex between friends
No. As the other attorneys have pointed out, it is statutory rape and because there is more than a 3 year age difference, it is a felony and mandatory sex registration. And frankly, a minor cannot consent to any sexual activity, including oral copulation, sodomy, touching of the private parts and so forth. And the Sacramento DA's office will prosecute and file felony charges, so tread lightly my friendSee question
Ok so my fiance and I have been together a long time and we have a 2 year difference. I am 18 and she is 16. I have my own place, and I want her to move in, she wants to move in, and her parents are ok with it. But I know that it's illegal for her...
Once she files the paperwork and if the order is signed by a judge, then you can get married fi her parents approve. But an 18 year old marrying a 16 year old - do you really think that is a good idea? I would probably wait until you have been together a couple more years. But if not, check back in 5 years and let me now how things are going because I suspect you will not be with her, based on statistics.See question
Like I guess there's this one guy and I like him and I don't wanna go any further till I know I can date him and not get him or me in trouble so will I get him in trouble if we date with no sex involved ?
Dating is not illegal so long as there is no sexual activity of ANY kind and not just sexual intercourse. But a 14 year old dating someone who is 18+ is going to raise suspicions. Hope your parents are ok with it or your adult boyfriend could find himself getting a visit from the police. And while it is easy to say there will be no sexual activity, that can change in a second and before he knows, he is facing criminal charges and sex registration. Better to find someone your own age - no sure what you would have in common with an 18+ anyway.See question
The court on this case lasted 5 years, when they brutally beat,burned victim while he was alive due to coroner saying he had smoke inhalation along with shooting him exacutional style. The murderers were questioned a couple hours after they did th...
If this a lawyer asking this question, I would be concerned. This question is confusing at best and naive at worse. Can't wait to get a response from the asker.See question
I have no criminal background at all . Never been introuble. Im out on bail right now
You can fight anything you want. Since we know absolutely NOTHING about your case, best bet is hire a lawyer or get a public defender to review your case and see if it is worth going to trial. Your lack of a criminal record should help this get resolved in your favor but who knows for sure.See question
My attorney filed a Serna Motion on my case. The district attorney was to provide a due diligence declaration. My final court date is tomorrow 4/7/17 and I noticed that they filed a opposition on 4/4/17. I was just checking to see what there time...
Unless a specific deadline was set by the judge by which the DA had to respond, there is no time limit. They could file a response on the day the motion was scheduled to be heard and then request a continuance. Have you talked to your public defender about this?See question
I thought a firm would not take your case if they didn't feel you had one. I had my attorney for 5 months now on a case that is time sensitive, and now they said they don't want to fight my case. But this has been months of me going to doctors and...
Is this a criminal defense question? Sounds like it is a civil litigation question like a personal injury matter? In any event, attorneys may initially take a case that seems promising, but as more facts are uncovered and the attorney-client relationship develops, the case and or client looks less and less viable. If an attorney changes his or her opinion on a case, they are not required to keep litigating it. It's like a romantic relationship or a marriage. It may look promising at first blush or the marriage may seem fine, but as you get to know the person, you might decide it will not work out so you break up or get divorced.See question