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Criminal Damage/Destruction Charge? Innocent? Legal Advice? Laywers Attorneys Paralegals Law Students Help!?
So I Was At A Party And Some Kid Pushed Me Into His Girlfriends Window.
They Called The Cops And Told Them I Tried To Push Him And I Flew Back Into The Window As A Result Of My Failed Attempt To Push Him. Well I Never Heard Anything More About It Until I Got Arrested Today. I Guess He Pressed Charges And The Prosecutors Office Actually Decided To Pursue It.
These Kids Were All Drunk And I Was Not Drinking. I Am Straight Edge (Don'T Drink, Smoke, Or Do Drugs) And I Have Tattoos That Prove That.
What Is The Statue Of Limitation On Criminal Damage Or Destruction?
What Are Some Of The Fines And Penelties?
And What Legal Advice Could Anyone Give Me On This Case?
OK. A couple of things.
First of all, being arrested doesn't mean anything except that someone filed a complaint. It hasn't been proven yet, and I'm sure the statements of all of the witnesses will be introduced as evidence.
Second, you need a lawyer. Retain one immediately, and tell them where to find said witnesses.
Third, your lack of drinking or drugs -- well, you can't prove it with tattoos. That makes absolutely no sense. What the heck does that even mean? Tattoos aren't evidence ... but regardless, it has no bearing on whether or not you pushed someone and damaged property -- you'd be just as liable for the damages, criminally and civilly, if you were wasted.
The statute of limitations is usually about two years, depending on what state you're in. Fines and penalties range depending on what you're charged with (I assume battery and assault and destruction of property.
The best advice I can give you is to get a lawyer.
EDIT: Criminal destruction is a lesser charge, but it's harder to prove. Remember, "innocent until proven guilty" means that they have to prove you did it -- you don't have to prove you didn't.
It totally does not matter what your tattoo says. The only thing that would make any difference is a blood alcohol test taken that day that proves you weren't drunk. A tattoo stating that you want to stay clean means nothing in a court of law.
Yes, technically, if the witnesses were drunk that diminishes their credibility. But again, their word has to prove you did it, so them being drunk would actually be good for you in that case. If you have some witnesses that weren't drunk, that would be ideal.
If you can't afford a lawyer, you need to find a cheap or free one ... even try Legal Aid. Going through this without an attorney is NOT a good idea. You may have also recalled when they arrested you, they said some words to the effect of "if you cannot afford an attorney one will be provided for you at no cost to you." Do it. It's your right to have counsel, so tell them you want a lawyer and they have to assign one to you from the Public Defender's office.
Take that recording and save it somewhere, and make sure your attorney has a copy.
How I Search An Divorce Attorney Office For Internet?
If Someone Can Help Me, A Friend Wants To Know As Search An Divorce Attorney Of Office For Internet, Or Someone Pages Etc, In Mcallen Texas, Thanks For His Or Her Answers!!!!
Just typle the city and state in and see what pops up. If necessary, add the word attorney.
Can Paternity Judgement Be Disputed In Ca. Subpeona Not Served To Me. Realized Judgement Made After Garnishes
Could Use Free Legal Consultation
Yes you can dispute a paternity judgment but it must be done immediately upon your finding out about it. Go to www.courtinfo.ca.gov, choose forms at the top then choose the ones for paternity. (It's form no. FL 272 Notice of Motion to set aside Judgment of Paternity you also need FL273 which is the declaration that goes with the motion.) Fill them out and file them in the county where your case is, they will set it for DNA analysis. You can also dispute a signed voluntary declaration of paternity too. Good luck
Need Real Estate Lawyers Help!!!?
My Ex Husband And I Bought A Home In 2009. Shortly After, We Divorced And Neither One Of Us Were Sure We Could Afford The House, We Were Young. His Aunt And Uncle Decided They Would Move In And Take Over The Payments Until They Could Get A Loan To Buy The House. The Uncle Had Filed Bankruptcy And Lost Their Home And The Aunt Is A Stay At Home Mother. The Uncle Wrote Up A Contract And All 4 Of Us Signed It. It Was Never Notarized Or Nor Was An Attorney Present. Since Then, They Haven'T Been Able To Get A Loan. My Ex Husband And I Decided To Ask Them To Find Another Place And I Would Move Into The House And Make The Payments. Was The Contract Legal And Do I Have A Right To Move Back Into The House? Also, They Missed A Payment In November And It Affected Our Credit. The Contract Also Says They Will Pay More Then The Monthly Payment Amount Of $600 A Month, But They Have Just Been Paying $580 Which Is The Minimum Monthly Payment.
You don't say what state/country you are in -- each jurisdiction has different rules for real estate contracts, so without consulting with a qualified local real estate attorney you aren't going to get a reliable answer here -- seek local help NOW to enforce what you can and get yourselves back on track here.
The bottom line is your contract MAY be enforceable, and it may be simply VOID, but it could be somewhere in the middle and there could be equitable issues that would make things difficult for you! Hire qualified local help!
Do All Divorced Parents Have A Formal Custody Agreement?
Can'T They Just Have An Informal Cordial Agreement In Place? If They Have To Have A Formal Agreement, At What Point In The Divorce Process Does The Agreement Have To Go Into Place? Does The Child'S Age Play A Role In The Decision? Can The Parents Agree To Let The Child Leave Their Physical Custody During The Divorce Process, Like To Go To Camp Or On A Fun Trip With An Aunt, Or Something? (All Of This Is Taking Place In Virginia)
Typically when a child is involved in a divorce, they will address a formal custody agreement. This is soley based as a guidline for parents who cannot agree. If your divorce is uncontested, you have a history of being able to work together and get along, they it is highly likely the judge can allow you to have an open custody agreement, allowing you two to come to visitation agreements on your own.
The childs age does play a role - in that if 12 or older, the childs wishes concering whom they would like to live primarily with would be taken into consideration, unless 50/50 shared is awarded. - provided its in the childs best interest.
If the two of you agree for the child to go on a trip during the divorce process, that is completely fine.
The formal agreement will go into place when it has been filed. The filing of the order differs in time, depends on how you are doing the divorce, and if its contested or not.
The laws of your state could be slightly different, to get a standing answer, consult a family law attorney. Most will do a free consultation - which is perfect for asking questions like this.
Lawyers, What Field Of Law Do You Practice?
Do You Really Enjoy It?
Law school is extremely expensive. Plus we already have an absolute GLUT of lawyers and not enough jobs to go around. Do a SEARCH here on Yahoo Answers regarding this topic. The news is not good.