My brother was convicted of attempted murder in Louisiana
My brother was convicted of attempted murder in Louisiana and was sentence to 30 years. It was his first offense and I want to know can we get his time reduced.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: LouisianaJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: We've been trying to get appeals done and I'm thinking we should just focus on getting the time reduced.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
If my wife has pretended to be me and gained access to the
If my wife has pretended to be me and gained access to the business banking and att wireless can I claim idenity theft? We have been seperated for 6 weeks. She is also signing checks from clients and depositing them into the bank. Is that fraud? The bank accounts are in my name only and I own 50% of the business. The wireless account is in my name only as well.
Does a county sheriff have the authority to hold a person
Does a county sheriff have the authority to hold a person who has been arrested and charged with child cruelty? My step daughter spanked her 4 year old and it was video taped. I have not seen the video, but I was told the spanking was excessive. Bond was posted and paid on Monday, September 12 and I have been told every day this week the sheriff has not slowed down long enough to view the video. Therefore, the sheriff is continuing to hold her in the county jail. My step daughter is a first time offender and has never been in trouble, not even a speeding ticket. Can you please give me some advice. Oh, and I have been told by the public defender's office the sheriff is the one who decides on a court date. Is this true?
My brother was murdered in 1964. His murdered was tried and
My brother was murdered in 1964. His murdered was tried and convicted on assault with a dangerous weapon on four accounts and was to serve 20 to 28 years. We discovered a few years later that he was released in 18 months. There were no victim rights at that time so we were never notified or given information.As his surviving sister do I have anyway to get information as to why he was released so early and and other information regarding his life
Underneath Minnesota's expungement law, if i have multiple
Underneath Minnesota's expungement law, if i have multiple gross misdemeanors am i prohibited from qualifying under the second chance rule even though i have been discharged for more than four years? The language in 609A.02, subd. 3 (4) is confusing to me.