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Is an attorney needed/advisable for arraignment and what will this charge entail as far as court appearances and possible sentencing? I live out of state (CA) and have a terminal condition that I am currently being treated for.
There are many questions that your post does not answer. It would be advisable to consult an attorney since you may...
I got arrested when I was 17 they are waiting till im 18 to send in the charge and I have not got my court date.
If you are not charged with a crime there is nothing keeping you from traveling. What you have to be careful of is if...
Does the court have a due date or a certain amount of time that they give you to install the ignition interlock device in your car before.. I guess you can say they penalize you?
In general you must install the system before you drive. If you don't drive, you typically don't have to get one, but...
All jail time been served, all classes and hearings been done, all that is left is paying for the fine. is it leagal to move out of state without the fine being paid in full?
yes it its 100 percent legal to move. If you're on formal probation, however, you'll need prior court approval.
Entered the US when I was 9 yrs old illegally. At the age of 23 I made a mistake and was caught drinking and driving. Still battling w/ Extreme DUI charges in the state of Arizona, case still not finished. When i was arrested i was turned over to ICE but released BC I had no criminal record. I am now in removal proceedings. Would marrying my girlfriend of a year help with my case?
Help? Yes. Solve your problems? No. Do you need a lawyer? YES!!!
Missed court date and never got summons..will they come to my job?
If you have an active warrant as a result of your failure to appear, the police most certainly can come to your job and...
Thay took my blood an I had weed an coke in me syitsom from the night befor what do I do
You should either retain an attorney or request court-appointed counsel when you get to the courthouse.