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Charged With Felony, Not Yet Convicted.?
So Long Story Short I Got Charged With A Felony..Iv Never Really Been In Trouble Except For A Seat Belt Ticket. What Happened Was I Was At This Semi Abandoned House At A Party There And I Drank Waaay Too Much, Like Almost A 5Th. People At This Party Were Pretty Much Destroying The Place And **** And Someone Threw Some Dvd'S Out Of A Window Into The Snow, When I Left I Guess I Must Have Saw Them Outside And Took Like 20 Of Them. I Think Someone Helped Me Pick Them Up Too. I Know This Was An Absolutely Wrong Thing To Do And Feel Like A Complete Idiot But As Much As The Law Says I Deserve To Be Charged With A Felony I Really Dont Think That They Courts Should. I Am Going To Be Completely Fuuucked For The Rest Of My Life! Im Only 22 And Took One Year Of College And Was Going To Go Back This Fall But Someone Was Telling Me If Your An Fellon You Cannot Get Financial Aid Or Student Loans, This Is Awful! Im Also An Avid Hunter And So Is My Family, So I'Ll Never Be Able To Go Rifle Hunting Again Or Go To My Grandpas And Other Family'S Houses Because They All Own Guns. This Sucks So Bad, But I Guess I Should Have Thought About That First Right? Oh Well, I Hope I Can Get This Dropped Down To A Misdemeanor Or Somehting..I Would Take Absolutely Anything Besides A Felony! What Do You Think My Changes At That Are? Poor Or What?
A felony charge is ridiculous for that. Hire a criminal lawyer. He/she should be able to at least have the charge dropped down to a misdemeanor. That's how the game is played. They overcharge you and then get you to plead guilty to a lesser charge so they can avoid a trial. You might try calling the DA yourself and talking to him but don't admit to theft.
Having said that, you might want do do some web surfing first and see what constitutes felony theft in the state where you live. It's usually based on the value of the stolen items. Twenty used CDs is worth what? $150? I think there's a good chance that it's not even a felony where you live. If so then it was a bogus charge. I live in Alaska where the stolen property must be worth at least $500 for it to be a felony.
I think your chances might be very good. They probably overcharged you to force you get a lawyer ($$$$) which is punishment enough but your lawyer may be able to get the charges dropped altogether. The CDs were thrown out a window into the snow. They were obviously discarded and you salvaged a few.
ADDENDUM: I just checked Michigan laws. Misdemeanor theft goes up to $1000. Check out the link below. The state has obviously overcharged you. There's no way they could convict you of a felony even if you walked out of someone's house with all those items if they were brand new. From what you've told us the total value of the property is probably less than $200 which puts it into a lower class of misdemeanor in Michigan. And that only applies if it's actually theft.
Please Explain The Following Legal Question:?
With The Exception Of Prostitution In Carson City Nevada Prostitution Is Illegal In The Us But
Live Web Sex Shows Are Legal
Phone Sex Is Legal
Being A Porn Star Is Legal
Going To A Strip Club And Have Someone Dry Hump You Is Legal
Technically You Could Pay Someone For You To Deficate On Them And That Is Legal
You Can Pay Someone For You To Cut Yourself And Them To Cut Themselves And Shake Bloody Hands And To My Knowledge That Is Legal
But 2 Consenting Adults Of Sound Mind And Of Their Own Free Will Can Not Engage In Sex For Financial Gain
Prostitution is not legal in Carson City. It is illegal in all three of Nevada's major cities (Las Vegas, Reno and Carson City). It is legal in most other countries in Nevada at this time.
You are correct in saying that other activities that might be sexually stimulating are legal, although this is a rather broad concept when you think about it (there's a huge amount of stuff that could be sexually stimulating in some way, shape, or form). Material solely delivered through "the press" is also protected under the first amendment.
It's basically the way the USA had drawn the line on morality vs people's freedom. Some countries say that prostitution is fine and you can do it without any problems, others do not. Some ban pornography as well. Basically it depends, like with most issues, where you draw the line.
That said, I think the USA's position on prostitution is overly restrictive and just gives criminals control of the whole thing. We know from experience in other countries that legalising it usually gives good results- e.g. in Australia, most states have decriminalised it and several states there have converted it to a legal, regulated business that one can be officially licensed to carry out, and this hasn't caused those states to descend into hotbeds of sin. It hasn't entirely eliminated illegal prostitution but it has reduced it substantially.
Can Someone That Has Been Convicted Of A Felony Study Law And In The Future Practice As An Attorney In Florida
Please Answer With Actual Facts, No &Quot;I Think&Quot;
Yes, a person who has been convicted of a felony is eligible to go to law school in Florida (though the school can take that fact into consideration in the application process) and yes, a person who has been convicted of a felony in Florida can be admitted to practice becase Florida does not impose a per se bar to admission for persons convicted of a felony.
However, someone who has been convicted of a felony will have to show significant rehabilitation and would be subject to extra scrutiny for good character and fitness to practice law. I had a classmate, in Florida, who was convicted of a serious felony who has tried, unsuccessfully, for 20 years to gain admittance to the bar.
The seriousness of the felony, the age of the person at the time of the crime, the age at the time of application for admission, the number of times the person has been convicted, and efforts at rehabilitation will all be relevant factors, among others, when considering the application.
With respect to Mlaw, an attorney who already has been admitted to the bar will be suspended upon conviction of a felony, pending further disciplinary action. The rule that Mr. Mlaw cited does not bar initial admission to the Florida Bar of those previously convicted of a felony.
Restraining Order And Child Custody Case..?
I Am In A Child Custody Case With My Ex. He Has Not Seen Or Talked To Me Or My Daughter For A Year. Today When I Left My Job He Was At The Bar Next To It Outside With Drink In Hand. He Doesnt Know Where I Work, At Least I Didnt Think He Did, And As I Was Driving By I Heard Someone Yell &Quot;Hey Cutie&Quot; So I Looked Over And It Was Him..I Was Only Going Up The Strip Mall To My Jobs Corporate Office To Drop Off 2 Kids. I Parked And Got Out And He Proceeded To Yell Hey Come Here Over And Over. Mind You, I Had 2 Other Kids Whom Are Not Mine With Me. I Was Scared For My Life By That Point, So Creepy How He Was There And He Lives No Where Around There, And He Has No Car. So Anyway, I Went Up To The Pd And Filed A Report, They Set A &Quot;Close&Quot; Watch On My Job For The Next 2 Days Until I Get Paid,And Told Me To Go Get A Restraingin Order Against Him. The Cop Told Me &Quot;The Fact That He Was Outside Drunk, Beer In Hand, Yelling At You While You Had 2 Other Kids With You Isnt What Worries Me, Its The Fact That You Havent Seen Or Talked To Each Other In A Year&Quot;..So To The Point0i Am Going To Get My Restraining Order(Cant Be Within 1000 Feet Of Me) On Friday..Can I Use This Against Him At Court,Along With The Police Report, And Also, If He Violates The Order And Ends Up Getting Arrested, Will That Affect Him In Court..He Is A Terrible Father And I Can Almost Guarantee He Wont Win Anything In Court, But Im Also Watching My Back And Making Sure I Have All The Evidence I Have.
Your ex definitely isn't making a good case for himself. Even after you have the restraining order, you'll have to watch yourself because some people think they don't have to listen to anyone, including a judge.
I went through a situation like this for two years with my ex-husband. I always had extra food and clothes for myself and my son, (not his child), in the trunk of my car. I never knew if he'd be waiting for me when I left work - he'd sit in a parking lot just down the street and blow the horn as I passed by. Sometimes he followed me, sometimes he didn't. These guys are sick control freaks and the motive is to scare you.
I know you can't always be with another adult, but when you can it's a good idea. The more people around you the more evidence you'll have against him in court. Watch your back.
Can I Sue The Texas State Attorney Generals Office For Negligence In A Child Support Case?
Well I Filed Tax Return Two Weeks Ago And I Got A Notice From Irs Today Claiming That All The Money Will Go Directly To Pay Off My &Quot;Debt&Quot; Listed By Texas State Attorney Generals Office.However,The Fact Is That I Pay My Child Support On Time And Never Be Late. I Called Them Several Times And The Guy Who Answered The Call Said That There Is A Gap In The System And He Has No Idea When And How I Can Get My Money Back.
I Dont Want My Tax Return Go To My Ex'S Pocket,They Take My Money Away Without My Permission.
So My Question Is Can I Sue The Texas State Attorney Generals Office Or Irs For Negligence?
If Not,Then What Shall I Do,Keep Calling Them?This Is Really No Sense!
File a case of negligence against the State Attorney plus actual payments if not reimbursed to you plus damages.
Question For Pharmaceutical Lawyers?
Okay, If You Are A Pharmaceutical Lawyer, How Much Money Do You Make A Year? I'M Really Not Trying To Be Rude Or Offend Anyone With This Question. I'M Just Considering Becoming One, And Am Wondering How Much You Make A Year. I Know Everything Varies, But Just Give Me Some Idea If You Could. Thanks!
Depends on what you mean by a pharmaceutical lawyer. Is this one who works for the FDA in the pharmaceutical division. In that case you can get the salary range from the FDA website. If it is a lawyer who works at the pharmaceutical company, that would be an in house employee. Or is it the lawyer who works for a law firm that handles pharmaceutical litigation. That could be the personal injury attorney who represents the victim or the drug company in litigation.
For most attorneys, especially those coming out of law school this year, the big question is how to get a job, any job, to be able to make payments on school loans.