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I had to take a urine test a week ago today. I wasn't able
Hi, I had to take a urine test for probation a week ago today. I wasn't able to provide enough urine for the test, however the amount I provided showed up positive for THC. I was instructed to sit in the lobby and drink water, wait to test again. Tested again, still unable to provide an adequate sample, but what was provided tested positive again. The PO put both samples together in one cup, still without enough urine to reach the minimum amount required line and told me to return the next morning to see my actual PO officer. Since I was unable to provide an adequate sample, I was instructed to go to the doctor for a letter stating I had surgery for my bladder - I had my bladder stretched several years ago due to other complications. I did go to the doctor, and was instructed to go to the hospital because of the amount of water consumed trying to provide a urine sample. The hospital drew blood, and solium and potassium levels were critically low. I was admitted last Monday night and stayed in CCU until Thursday morning being treated for low sodium & potassium due to water intoxication. Upon release from the hospital, I notified my PO of my release and he emailed me today requesting copies of my hospital paperwork.My question is - I'm very concerned about the sample provided....do you think they sent it to the lab even though the sample wasn't "an adequate amount"?Should I be expecting a violation?A bit of history - I was sentenced to 2 years probation, and have served 1 1/2 years. Ice paid all of my fines and fee's on time as instructed. I've passed every test up until now. I have a job, I've had a job at the same place for 20 years.Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Our daughter 17 was raped by a 24 yr old who got her drunk
Our daughter 17 was raped by a 24 yr old who got her drunk at a party. He was the one who brought the alcohol to several minors. He raped her while she was passed out/asleep. We are prosecuting and have done everything including a rape kit but was done 60 hours after the rape when we found out. The exam showed abrasions to her labia and blood on her cervix. She woke up to this happening and pushed him off and left so we are doubting any semen. SO we have a he said she's said he is saying it was consensual. He has a record, He has been arrested 9 times, 5 of them for giving alcohol to minors. Our daughter is in counseling and is having good and bad days. We are supporting her and believe her 100%. My fear is he will go free. Do we need an attorney or do we wait for the prosecutors? And what if he gets off on lack of evidence and he sues us can/does that happen?JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?Customer: Ohio and May 22JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No only policeJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: No that is the story in a nut shell.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Criminal Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I was just wondering if someone is on parole with 1 year
i was just wondering if someone is on parole with 1 year left and no violations or positive U.A.'s, and they want to go to Their family time share in mexico for their mom & dad to renew their vows, does CBP ask for a note from your P.O. or can they see that you are on parole?JA: Since parole regulations vary, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TEXASJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: My father in law is a retired attorney but in New Orleans. He still has the firm named after him, however he is retired and is 82 and has dementia.......so no i haven't talked to a Texas lawyer, but i have friends (lots of them) that work for CBP in texas. but I don't want them to know this person is on parole. but I do know a lady (In Texas) that is on parole for shooting and killing her son (she said it was self defense, but i wasn't there) and she has traveled out of the country 6 times with no problem. she never let her officer know she was going and went and came back with no problems at all.........so i wouldn't think they ask for anything or can see that info. and that is a murder charge and I'm asking about someone who just had a drug charge but is clean and on minimal security and only has to report once every 3 months. what do you think>????JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: No.. like i said, no dirty UA's or Violations while on parole and is off in 1 year left on paper come July 26thJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Criminal Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
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I was pulled over in Miffin County, Pennsylvania, (tail
I was pulled over in Miffin County, Pennsylvania, (tail light), and given field test and breathalizer. I was detained and taken to the hospital for blood. Once the blood was taken, the officer thanked be for being very cooperative and drove me home other end of town. At no point was I advised that I was being arrested and on what charges, nor was I ever booked at the station. (I assumed I had to be present to be booked because of fingerprints) Did I have a forgiving officer that night or can I be arrested at a later point?
JB, I have received a citation from a policeman because I
hi JB, I have received a citation from a policeman because I consumed a beer in the street, and the Penalty is 100$. And I have received the notice of trial date from the District Court.I come from the PRC. In our country, it is lawfull and common.My question is If I need to admit the guilt in the trial. and if it will be recorded? Thanks!
I have a question on a DUI conviction in Salt Lake City
I have a question on a DUI conviction in Salt Lake City Utah.A person I know received a DUI conviction last year, in Salt Lake City court. As part of the penalty, a breathalizer was installed on his vehicle (the vehicle was actually owned by a family member of the person, but the person drove this car. May or may not matter.)Anyway, there was an another violation, where the person attempted to start the car, but the alcohol he drank the previous evening hadn't fully oxidized, so it registered as intoxicated. This occurred approx. 6 months ago.The person left SLC & lives in another part of the state - he has not pursued the matter any further. There are fines, & probably arrest warrants now outstanding. However, I believe there is no felony at this point.So my question is, will SLC law enforcement actively attempt to make an arrest, even if the person no longer lives there? Or will they wait until such time as they encounter this person, say for a violation of some kind (this person no longer drives...) What risks does he run by not coming forward on this?It's understood that this is not the best way to deal with the situation - I simply want to make the person aware of what the risks are.Thanks
My daughter lived in abuse yrs. We finally got m away
My daughter lived in abuse for 2 yrs. We finally got him away through a divorce, out of fear she did not press charges, they have currently been divorced one year and have had some violent episodes since after his supervised visitation he would stop at her house, yell while putting his hand in her face. Most of the abuse was witnessed by her sister who was 11 when this started. Is it too late to press charges?JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: During the marriage it was a constant pattern of abuse physical, verbal, & emotional. Once with him forcing her in a vehicle after which he drove intoxicated. The struggle was so great to keep him out he busted his windshield in the process. He had 2 suicides in his immediate family in the weeks prior to divorce and had threatened suicide himself so we tried to get him out as quietly as possible as we live an hour from law enforcement. After divorce verbal abuse and physical threatening continued for about 3 months. It has been about 9 mths. Since that hss occured, but as he has moved we would now feel safe pressing charges. Have witnesses to much of abuse and most of it occured in front of her 11 yr old sister. Is it too late to press charges?JA: OK got it. Last thing — Criminal Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
Received property receipt from local policy with crime
Received property receipt from local policy with crime listed as 422_PC.boyfriend told offivsfy I threatened to shoot him.he was angry and intoxicated because I called police because he was going to drive drunk. He has since written a statement recanting saying that he was angry and just wanted to get me in trouble since I called LE on him.what are chances of this being dropped. I am 65 and never been in any trouble. This is in California
My daughter was arrested last night . I cannot afford theView more criminal law questions
My daughter was arrested last night for DUI. I cannot afford the bail. While she has never been arrested before she has snuck out, taken my car, and gotten intoxicated. I'm currently searching for a rehab to get her admitted to as soon as she is released. We have arraignment on Monday. What are the chances she'll be sent to prison?