Criminal law question. 1. My son became a registered sex
Criminal law question.1. My son became a registered sex offender back in 1997 in the state of Florida. His one time offense was ruled attempted sexual battery! His offense took place in 1995! He was grandfathered in when the NEW law was enacted!2. He moved to GA and was released to GA sexualoffender register.3. In November*****system/judge permanently released him from being a so plus no longer required to register!4. Is he still considered a sexual offender in Florida nowwwww since its been over 20 years plus he is no longer a so in GA?Cordially DIANNE!
My friend is a landlord and she was told by the tenant the
My friend is a landlord and she was told by the tenant the day before he had moved out, the next day she went and checked the property and the door was open and she went on the porch shut the door and put a shelf in front of the door to secure it the renter called the police and she was arrested for trespassing and the paper work now says B&E how can this beJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?Customer: MichiganJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: ew weeks age she paid $250 to get outJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I can purchase weapons But when I apply for license to carry
I can purchase weapons But when I apply for license to carry I received a letter about something about a drug (marijuana) conviction it was a traffic stop where the officer said he found marijuana. There was none in my system and it did not belong to me. I took the traffic issue and they forced the drug issue into it. Today possession of marijuana is a fine . I want to know if there is any way I can get it expunged. These two issues were of things found in my car that don't belong to me such as toys, female items book, jackets etc. There is nothing attached to these charges to say it was in my system I'm also a disabled veteran and my meneries disease and hearing impairment causes miss communication with these arrest as the police are not doctors. And misunderstanding happens.
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
I want to know how to press charges on my ex-IT Admin. I own
I want to know how to press charges on my ex-IT Admin. I own a small business and he has locked me out of my outlook account, one of my domain accounts, and multiple email addresses that he set up for my company using my company name. He also created a facebook account while he was working for me and I do not have access to shut it down. He has all recovery keys and has changed all recovery email and phone numbers so that he can only access it.JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And just to clarify, have charges been officially filed?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: no i haven't. my business is struggling and i do not have the money to hire a lawyerJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I have been on the phone with Microsoft multiple times, they assured me that he could not access the account because I initiated the 30 day verification process. This was not true, he changed the password ***** and cancelled the ticket for the verification process.
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.
I was convicted of a non violent felony in 1984 and at the
i was convicted of a non violent felony in 1984 and at the time of sentencing which wasprobation i was issued a permanent certificate of relief from disabilites and forfeitures i have never been in trouble before or after this incident my question is can i purchase a crossbow in new york state