Please from reading the given information would you itemize damages that you can see as well as conceive in the case.
Since the charges brought against plaintiff by law enforcement is ongoing, should one wait for that case to come to rest before pursuing WM and other possible law suites?
What about the fact that this cousin does not believe in pleading guilty to an offence not comitted. Should the cousin take a plea bagain? and can the terms of the bagian stop the plaintiff from suing law enforcement? The plea bagain is offering F5 (manacing), and 3-misdeamenors charges, plus stip to probation, letter, and comty service.
What about the fact that this cousin does not believe in pleading guilty to an offense not committed. Should the cousin take a plea bargain? and can the terms of the bargain stop the plaintiff from suing law enforcement? The plea bargain is offering F5 (menacing), and 3-misdemeanors charges, plus stip to probation, letter, and community service.
A: You're asking some criminal law questions, here. I don't discuss customer criminal law matters in this forum, for a number of legal and ethical reasons. I hope you won't hold it against me.
If you want to discuss the criminal law aspects of the case, you can post a new question in the justanswer.com criminal law category, and someone else will almost certainly assist you further.
Re whether or not a plea bargain can taint a civil action, yes, it can. An admission of guilt would effectively destroy any civil action against law enforcement concerning the same subject matter.
Hope this helps.
Why is it an advantage for a plaintiff to keep the right to refuse to testify? in other words, why do defendants typically choose not to testify. Thanks for being detailed.
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