Will he be released, how long will it take.
I am not sure what the codes are you refer to, however, the other information you mention means he will spend a minimum of 12 years in prison and a maximum of life. Should he be released from prison he will be on parole and must check in with his parole officers.See question
I want to attend a attempted murder hearing for a friend of mine, if I have a record (no Felony) or say a outstanding warrant I didn't know about or if the investigation somehow got my name can I be held when I check into the court house? Can I ju...
Unless you have a warrant and the police know who you are and what you look like, there is no way for them to identify you when you attend the trial. When you go through security your identification is not checked so your name is not obtained.
If you are connected to the case and the police are familiar with you and you have a warrant, yes, you could be arrested while in court.
The hotel myself and a girl were in was raided and the hotel was in her name but we both got charged with the same thing. This was picked up by federal court and my trial is coming up.. I need all of the help i can get.
I would hope at this stage of the proceedings you would have an attorney representing you to provide the help and answers you need. If you do not have an attorney you need one ASAP.See question
i was arrested and then sent to court and judge said i was going to pre trial what can happen to me since i was on probation for the dui charge ?
In addition to what the other attorney mentioned, it tends to indicate to the court that you may have a problem with alcohol increasing the possibility of some type of program to address your drinking and choices while drinking.See question
I was convicted of DUI in 2009. Since then, I have completed my probation, alcohol classes, community service, and paid all fees. I did not violate my probation and have not been in trouble since. Now I'm trying to dismiss my misdemeanor convictio...
I agree with the other attorneys but also suggest that you include a signed declaration how the conviction negatively affects you life - it gives the judge something to stand on as far as a reason to dismiss.See question
the security gaurd came in said you cant sit next to her move to the other end of the pew which i did then after it being dismissed he arrested me for violating the order
Your question is vague. What was dismissed? A charge against you or the order of family protection? Even if a charge is dismissed a protection order may still be in effect until the court modifies it. If you entered the courtroom (before anything was dismissed) with the protected person, knowing she was protected by an order you violated the order.See question
My bf got charged with possession of stolen property (iPhone) but it was lost and he didnt get a chance to return it will he be charged with this crime
This is the statute in CA dealing with lost property.
Pen § 485. Lost Property -- Effort to Locate Owner.
One who finds lost property under circumstances which give him knowledge of or means of inquiry as to the true owner, and who appropriates such property to his own use, or to the use of another person not entitled thereto, without first making reasonable and just efforts to find the owner and to restore the property to him, is guilty of theft.
A friend asked him for a ride to a Department store. He drove her there. She ONLY went to register to pay for items while he was browsing the ails. He did not see what she paid for or how she paid for the items. After paying for the items, he walk...
Any time he is looking at depends on his prior convictions. You indicate he has two prior prison allegations (+1 year each) but don't mention what those offenses we're. If they were strike offenses the time he is facing could be increased. The 459 - 2nd degree carries a term of 16 months, 2 years or 3 years in state prison and the 667.5(b) allegations are 1 additional year each.See question
If a lawyer is asking me for 2500 to hire him and 3500 for jury trial, is he ripping me off or is that legit? He does have experience in this kind of case but for some reason his eyes lie to me when I talk to him. I am innocent and did not know th...
Attorneys can charge whatever rate they they want - you have a choice to decline to pay that rate and find someone else. It is important that you trust your attorney. If you feel that he/she is lying to you that is not the start of a good attorney-client relationship.See question
3 people have criminal record and one does not
Not necessarily. The prior convictions come into play for those who have previously been convicted and any sentence for new crimes may be increased depending on the previous offense, the length of time since it was committed and the degree of participation in the group offense. However, the degree of participation for all parties involved is a major factor in the sentence for each of them.See question