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
My girlfriend is in jail pending trial this week.. she
my girlfriend is in jail pending trial this week.. she beeing charged with escaping from police unit while under arrest and failed defered ajudication for parole.. she was at behavioral hopital 2 months ago for drug use where shes been diagnose with bipolar and given medication, Wich would explaing her behavior and trouble with the law, aside from her child hood traumas and divided family... WHat motions can we pleed for.. ive heard of pardons clemency mental disorder... is there a legal way to have her sentence reduce to to the fact she was untreated for many years with bipolar.. and if so what motions please thankyou.
My boyfriend is on parole and was arrested for a misdemeanor
my boyfriend is on parole and was arrested for a misdemeanor crime, therefore the parole board put a parole hold on him, the misdemeanor case has been dismissed, but the parole board is keeping the hold on him and is requiring a face to face meeting, what can we do to help him
I was convicted of 2nd degree burglary at age 18 back in
Hello, I was convicted of 2nd degree burglary at age 18 back in 1988 in Oklahoma. I haven't had anything except a few traffic tickets since then. I want to know if there is a way to clear it off of my record, such as a pardon, expungement, etc.? Thank you in advance-Chris W.
Wondering why if a person maybe on parole soon can not
Wondering why if a person maybe on parole soon can not parole at his home with his wife due that it was a against her but state picked it up...don't understand and feel we shouldn't be separated like that since we recently got married...his parole maybe two years...its not fair at allJA: Since parole regulations vary, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: San Antonio TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not since he was sentenced....he's in beeville...and this is the only address he has with meJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Do the parole board have the right to seapate marriages like that....this was our first dispute and after it happened they took nearly a ur to do all of this...I feel its unfair to me...now I have to suffer without him for a two ur period
Is there a proceeding in the State of California by which a
Is there a proceeding in the State of California by which a parolee at large can apply to have the conditions of the parole lifted if he voluntarily returns to the jurisdiction and turns himself in, or is it a matter of arbitrary judicial discretion at the time the parolee surrenders himself. It's been over 12 years since the warrant was issued but never served, in spite of the fact the parolee's whereabouts has been known for the entire period of time.
My husband is on parole and he t me and I made a report to s
My husband is on parole and he hit me and I made a report to his parole officer. I want him out of jail and back home and now they have a hearing and I was told that they can issue a no contact for a year on him. I told them I did not want them a to do that. Can they do this?JA: Since parole regulations vary, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I talked with one but they have not seen him in jail and I was not advised that they gentleman would be so ugly today. I know we had problems but we both got angry and I pushed him and he hit me. We are older and know that we messed up and I am getting counseling and he wants to get into the BIPP programJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I don't think so. I just want my husband home. It blows me away that the parole officer can take my marriageJA: 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.