I have hepc. I was told by Dr's and nurses it is highly unlikely to transfer sexually. I didn't tell my boyfriend and now he may have it. Could i be in trouble civil or criminal
The answers to your questions are Yes, and Yes. You should consult an attorney privately, to evaluate your potential exposure.See question
I think it was a class c felony
Oregon's expungement law is found in ORS 137.225. The statute provides that many (but not all) misdemeanors and class C felonies qualify for a motion to set aside. The requirements include:
1. Compliance with all requirements of the sentence,
2. Waiting period of 3 years from the time of conviction.
3. No other convictions (except for traffic infractions) within the 10 years prior to filing the expungement motion.
4. No pending charges.
You should consult a criminal defense attorney for specifics as to your situation and guidance on the process of clearing this conviction from your record. Many defense attorneys offer a free and confidential consultation to evaluate a person's eligibility for expungement.See question
My son punched a kid in the face after he and three one day and four the next day of he and his friendscame to our house to beat him up . They even brung kids to video it. I was holding my sons phone and must have recorded about 15 seconds of it a...
This is a very dangerous situation. You need to get your son an excellent lawyer immediately. And don't post anything else about this online. What you post on a public forum such as this can cause your son harm.See question
An argument has developed over this, with half saying yes it is legal and the other half saying it is never ok to give a minor alcohol. Please clarify.
Parents are allowed to serve alcohol to their children.See question
My father found 30 Xanax pills in my room and called the police... I'm 18 and got charged with a possession of a schedule IV substance... I was self medicating for personal use, but people around my city are telling people I was selling them... I ...
Criminal charges can have very serious consequences. In addition to the potential jail time, you are also at risk of acquiring a criminal record which would have negative impact on your employability.
Here is what you need to do:
1. Get a good lawyer.
2. Confide only in your lawyer.
3. Stop posting information about your situation online.
4. Consider getting into a drug treatment program.See question
Alligations were made against me. Detectives show up at my home., I was at work at the time. They left card. I left 2 messages, third time calling I spoke with a detective. Set up appointment. Still didn't tell me what alligations were. Until I...
When the police are under investigation, they get legal representation immediately and refuse to answer questions without their lawyer. They do that because they know the system is unfair to anyone who does otherwise. If that practice is good enough for the police, it is doubly good for you. Be smart. Consult an attorney immediately. Don't post anything about your case online. Stop talking to the police. They are not trying to help you.See question
I'm 16, my boyfriend is 20. I live in the state of oregon and he lives in Washington. We have had sex a handful of times. Both my parents and I consented to this. Someone reported it to dhs. The lady said she has to report it but will not pursue it.
You are underage so you cannot legally consent to sexual activity. Nor can your parents consent to you having sex. Oregon law enforcement agencies prosecute cases like this very aggressively. You and your boyfriend need to consult attorneys immediately.See question
This took place in Multnomah county Oregon. It was my intent to pay for adult entertainment but not for sex and I got cited for patronizing a prostitute. It was a sting operation and the cop took money that I had set on a table. I don't want to go...
Your case is probably being tracked to the community court, which offers a program that could lead to the dismissal of your criminal charge. You may wish to consult a criminal defense attorney for specifics. Do not post anything about your case online.See question
1 Class C Felony (not a sex crime, or other violent crime.) with a probation term of 3 years after conviction. What I've read from the OS Bar website says that with this sort of conviction I'd be eligible to have my record expunged after 3 years, ...
Expungement in Oregon is governed by ORS 137.225. The statute has been amended many times, so you need to make sure the information you are accessing is current and up-to-date.
Generally, in order to qualify for expungement (formally classified as a MOTION TO SET ASIDE), you must satisfy the following requirements:
1. The conviction must be one that qualifies (most but not all misdemeanors and class C felonies qualify for expungement),
2. You must have complied with and satisfied all requirements of your conviction and sentence (in some cases, violations or revocations of probation disqualify a person from expungement),
3. You must not have a conviction for any other crime, nor more than a single non-traffic violation within the 10 years prior to filing your motion (this rule may be the source of the 10-year waiting period which applies to persons convicted of multiple offenses to which you refer in your inquiry), and
4. You must not have any pending charges at the time you file your motion.
I would suggest you call a criminal defense attorney for further case-specific information about your situation. Many criminal defense attorneys offer free and confidential consultations to potential clients.See question
I am being represented in a criminal case buy a public defender that is unwilling to offer legal advice and literally told me to figure it out myself. He has ignored my phone calls for months on end with a multitude of attempts made and even aft...
Facing a criminal charge can have a enormous consequences. You need to make sure that you have a lawyer you trust and is capable of providing you the service that you require. You only get one chance. Find out who loves you and ask them to help you to hire a capable defense attorney before it is too late. Do not post anything about your case online.See question