My brother, Jason Allen Pope, is looking at 25 to life. He had one strike previous to his current charges as of 11/04/16. His current charges are felon with possession of firearm, obstructing police officer, assault on executive officer and posses...
Your best bet is to contact the lawyer that represented your brother. That person would be most familiar with the case, have the file and have knowledge of many issues. If that does not seem like a good fit, then look up an attorney who serves Tehama County and ask for a consultation. Best of luck. Your brother is lucky to have such a helpful sister.See question
In 2014 I drove a man to look at rental homes one which that had I pile of trash in carport , the man removed broken ice chest and broken backpack leaf blower it was placed into my car, turns out the home was not for rent and video shows man with ...
You can hire an attorney, or if you lack the funds, ask for a public defender to advocate for you in this case.See question
He has pills for anxiety and depression? Can his probation be revoked because of that all.
If he is not supposed to be in possession of " burglary tools" for example, and that is a condition of probation, then possession of "tools"old be a violation. If the medications are restricted by his probation, that is a problem. Friend should get a DR. note and advise his PO ASAP about an new or change in medication. This is typically in his probation order. Your attorney can give you a copy of that, and he signed a copy in order for the terms to be valid.See question
I am the grandmother of a child who's mother is my daughter in law and not divorced from my son yet but has a boyfriend who she has got a restraining order from want to know if grandson is in danger.
It is unclear that the grandson is in danger. However, It's never good for children to be around an environment where a restring order is needed. The court record is public record and easy accessed. Look up Butte County court and follow the links.See question
Prior strike being used against me
Under Penal Code section 1385, subdivision (a), a judge “may, either of his or her own motion or upon the application of the prosecuting attorney, and in furtherance of justice, order an action to be dismissed.” Romero held that “a trial court may strike or vacate an allegation or finding under the Three Strikes law that a defendant has previously been convicted of a serious and/or violent felony, on its own motion, ‘in furtherance of justice’See question
my boyfriend was charged with dvhe got out of jail on probation ro dissmissed he didnt comply with court so order active i want it dissmissed so he can get out of jail on ankle monitor
Typically the dependent's attorney would make that request to the court. It's a modification to the existing " stay away" order. It can often be changed to a "no negative contact" order, which means you could see each other, but there must not be any "negative" events, such as fighting. Start w/ your family member's attorney.See question
I'm set to get off probation in november. I was wondering if i should wait to get off probation then just getting a lawyer to help me reduce my wobbled felony to a misdemeanor. Would it cost more to try to get off early? Is it worth it since its ...
If you want to get your charge reduced, it should not take much more time or money to get this done. It takes an office about a week to write up your paperwork, a few weeks for the court to get your case on calendar, then a few weeks for the record to be changed. At that point, you're almost at 2 months. It would be helpful for you to get some letters from employers or family to support your request. That may take a few weeks. The process is typically affordable and worth it.See question
I was arrested for DUI and speeding. I was nearing the end of my case (serve time in jail for a few days or go to some meetings) when a hostile living situation resulted in me leaving the state. I was not able to serve my time or attend the meetin...
My guess is this is only a misdemeanor, as a result you could hire an attorney who could appear on your behalf in court. That attorney can ask for the warrant to be withdrawn. And then deal with any issues that need to be resolved as a result of your case. An attorney can provide the court with information about an out-of-state DUI program,and request that you be allowed to do your time on a GPS anklet where you are in Maine. You would need to either do community service and pay some fines or simply pay off fines. But this is quite handle able .See question
I have a failure to appear and failure to pay a fine on my record from a fix it ticket for my registration, it was back in 2003 and it prevents me from getting a job, I requested a criminal exemption and it was granted, but I am changing jobs and ...
In the long run, it'd be best to get this cleared up. The State of CA has a ticket amnesty program, look that up n see if you qualify. If not, either deal w/ the court directly, or hire an attorney and get the case cleared. If you paid off all the fines, ask a local lawyer if this is charge that can be expunged. That would help.See question
Oregon low level misdemeanor assault (fist fight). It has been 7 years since conviction and 4 years since end of probation. I'm a nurse in CA and am applying for a job at a hospital. My concern is do I mark yes or no on the question regarding any ...
Criminal records are public information and stay on your record forever. You can expunge or "clear" your record, but it will typically show a "conviction" date, then a "dismissed per 1203.4" on the date the case is expunged. This is the code for CA law. I am not sure of the specifics of Oregon. Each County Court has a different procedure, so best to contact the court where the arrest occurred, or an attorney who covers that area.See question