My boyfriend was put on probation 4 years ago. It expired in
My boyfriend was put on probation 4 years ago. It expired in the middle of this month. He was not to leave the state for those 4 years. For the first 2 years his probation officer visited and called him, and then she just stopped making any contact. He was put on probation for a 4th DWI. Also in the 90's he was arrested on felony charges of insider trading. He served his time in a minnesota prison for a year and then finished his parole in the state of MN. However, an incident in the begining of this month (too long of a story) revealed that he has lived in wisconsin for the last two years. he happened to be in MN when the incident happened that clearly shows that he has lived in the state of wisconsin. I had to call the police over an unwanted person showed up at the house with a gun. I called 911. I was asked if i live here alone. i said yes. We live on a golf course. One officer went down to the club house to ask if they had seen any one at out side. They had not but told the officer my boyfriends name and that he has owned the house for more than 2 years. Although he would be done with his probation about last week, this incident happened 2 weeks before that while he was still on probation. Can they go back two years ago, and can they prove it.....that he lived in wisconsin for those 2 years. we feel on a couple of times where we knew we were under surveillance, last friday was the last one. so what can they do.
My son in law went to a truck lot where they were selling
my son in law went to a truck lot where they were selling off their inventory of delivery trucks. a man was there from a craigslist listing with a key to the truck. other employees all around. turns out the owner of truck had given key to the criminal to test drive it. the listing was bogus but somehow the criminal still had the key and took the money on the property in full view of all employees but not the boss selling the truck. criminal makes off with the money. my case is that the business owner has liability because both parties were invited on the property by owner plus he gave a key to criminal to test truck without proper id. police are being called at this moment. do you think the owner of truck and the business has liability
I met a girl on a dating site, which you'd have to be 18 to
I met a girl on a dating site, which you'd have to be 18 to get on, and her profile clearly states that she's 18. She requested for my number, then she texted me about three days later. We exchanged some pictures. She sent me some nude pictures, which I deleted, I found a penis picture online, and I sent it to her. Now her dad calls me that she's actually 16. Can I get in trouble for that?
When I was 16 years old I was arrested for public
Hello, when I was 16 years old I was arrested for public intoxication. I was told that being a minor this would not be on my record. However, I just found my mugshot online. This occurred 14 years ago. I am currently on the job market and now this shows up online. Is it even legal for them to have a minor's arrest record online? How do I have it removed?
Can a police office search your home without a search
hiJA: Hello. What do you want help with?Customer: can a police office search your home without a search warrant in nyJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when was the warrant issued?Customer: its nyJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: and they didn't have a search warrant for my homeJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
My 18 year old son was in a car accident last night. He lied
My 18 year old son was in a car accident last night. He lied to the officer and told them he was driving. His friend was the driver not him. He was given a ticket for careless driving for the conditions (rain). Should he admit he lied or just take the ticket. His car was totaled by hitting a concrete barrier and there were no other cars involved. I am worried the lying to a police officer will get him in more trouble. He panicked and took the fall for his friend.JA: Because traffic laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Washington stateJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Well just the police officer at the scene that gave him a ticket and his car was towed.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: My son lives in Eugene Oregon but the accident was in Washington. The reason my son lied is because his friend stated he had one drink 4 hours before the accident and my son thought he would be in trouble because it was his car.