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Is this perjury.... "Victim" and I use that term loosely,
Is this perjury...."Victim" and I use that term loosely, was asked how much he had to drink. His response was 3 beers in 3 hours. Turns out his BAC was .213, which for a 180b man is equivalent to 11 drinks in an hour, and he also had cocaine and weed in his system. It's material to the case because he eventually became aggressive towards me, eventually threw a punch, which i returned one and knocked him out. Under the influence of all that alcohol and drugs, his balance and overall control of himself has to be compromised. The judge thought that I would have had to throw an incredible punch to do all the damage, but i barely hit him, he fell and hit his head. My lawyer never went through the notes, or his medical records during the 4 month break we had during a bifurcated trial. I'm obviously appealing for ineffective counsel, but I fell this is a blatant case of perjury as well.
In March of 2015 I applied gun permit and was denied it was
in March of 2015 I applied for a gun permit and was denied it was no big deal I just like the gun because it was pink however in August of 2015 I got a call from an officer who wanted to talk to me about my gun permit I went in and talked to him apparently I misunderstood question number 4 I explained to him that I never spent a year in jail I spent 90 days in jail 14 years ago he said the question was have you ever been charged with a crime that you could have spent a year or more in jail I seriously misunderstood the question he then told me that he would review my paper work and he would let me know if I was going to be charged I have not heard from him until today May 27th 2016 he wants to set me up for a preliminary hearing is it worth me getting an attorney to get out of this I'm seriously not upset that I was denied I only wanted the gun to go Target practicing with my friends
A person was given 2 year probation on Dec 2014 in one case
A person was given 2 year probation on Dec 2014 in one case which carried a 5 year sentence. They were also placed on 3 year probation from a case were sentencing was held on May 2015. That carried 18 months sentence. The person now has a new charge. The preliminary hearing has not been held yet. I have 2 Questions.1. If the preliminary hearing is set for after Dec 2014 will the person still be violated on the 1st probation that ends in Dec 2014. And only be violated on the 2nd probation which was 3 years?2. If the Actual trial date (not the preliminary) is held after Dec 2014 and he is found guilt will his first probation of 2 years still be violated since the original alleged crime happened prior to the end or probation date?
My son in law was just deported to Mexico by immigration-he
My son in law was just deported to Mexico by immigration-he had been here before so he was not allowed to see a judge -he has an assault charge pending but is not guilty and I am witness to that -he can't obviously go to court now which is April 25 but I don't want him found guilty because IWant to help him get back someday-what happens to the case? The prosecutor is the one who called ICE on him so won't drop charges I'm sure-what do I do
I am currently filing arbitration to obtain a retainer
I am currently filing for an arbitration to obtain a retainer refund. I am not the client but the person who paid for the representation. The attorney in question did not earn his retainer fee. He is unprofessional and unethical. He time he appeared he was either late or didn't show up at all. When he did appear in court he delayed putting off the court date for 1 year. He was paid up front through the preliminary hearing which he waived and the trial which he advised me 1 day prior to that he was out of the country. Can I get my money back even though the retainer states no refunds? Do I need a attorney to go through this mediation & arbitration? Is this something that protects the attorneys or is it a fair & honest arena?
I have a little situation, a couple weeks ago my
Hello,I have a little situation, a couple weeks ago my girlfriend and myself got Into an argument at my house and unfortunately it ended up getting physical. I got hit in the nose by some part of her body and it broke my nose. The neighbors called the cops and I felt the police peer pressured me to press charges. I went Into the police station the next day and told them I do not want any charges against her and I would like them dropped. We are still together, and we both want a future together and this just happened to be a one time incident that happened while we both had some drinks. How can I get these charges dropped for her? I told the officer I do not what anything bad to happen to her and I would like them dropped but he said it's out of my hands. Is there a way I can go to the magistrate or call the DA to say this was a one time incident and I would like all the charges dropped? I live in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.Thank you
Malicious prosecution. JA: Thanks. Can you
***** *****, malicious prosecution. JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: I have been cited for nuisance animals. The animals in question are wild turkeys. I have repeatedly informed the city and the division of wildlife resources that the animals do not belong to me. JA: OK got it. Last thing — Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $36 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.
Customer: My brother has a Preliminaryhearing soon DUIView more legal questions
Customer: My brother has a Preliminaryhearing soon for a DUI Gen imp/inc of drving safely 1st off. He hasn't had licence in over 30 years, and has been driving all that time. He has be finger printed prior to his court date. What is this all about? His has over 30 DWI/DUI's as been to jail for 18 mos... JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: What else do you need? JA: OK got it. Last thing — JustAnswer charges a fee (generally around $36) to post your type of question to Legal Experts (you only pay if satisfied). There are a couple customers ahead of you. Are you willing to wait a bit? Customer: sure JA: OK. 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.
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