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Arrested for driving under susp. license?What happens now?

A:  I'm not in OH and don't know about the FTA but driving on suspended in OH is a class 1 misdemeanor, carrying a fine of not less than $350 and up to 180 days in jail. Additionally, the court must suspend his license for up to one year and if the car is registered to him, it must be booted for no less than 30 days. I would suggest if you can't afford counsel that he request a public defender. It's a major $$ trip but you may be able to get out of this without too much grief. A1 Bail bonds. My friends' dad Don Shury, ask for him. Call the Cleveland office. Then get the proof from the paid ticket. Then try to have your PD bargain it down to an equipment violation. I had substantial success with that over the years. They also can find ways to suspend a

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How long is the average sentence for possesion of Marijuana?

A:  Let this be a lesson to you !!!! You have no business with that stuff anyway, correct me if I am wrong but your probably smoking it too, right ? Ya, think its cool ? Your friends are doing it too, on and on.............I think you should stop this stuff before you in up in big trouble !!!!! And how do you know that it isn''t laced with something when you get it ? You don''t !! Until after its to darn late !!! The laws: Depends on how much you have on you, if you have any drug paraphenalia on you ( that alone can be a separate charge as well ) Do you want a week-end intervention program ? Because if you are caught, besides they just may sentence you to a intervention program.....That you would have to pay..not the court, You !! Did ya think...

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What kind of sentence comes with?

A:  Assault 2 Class 4 Felony - extraordinary risk and violent crime colorado grades felonies from 1 to 6, with 1 being the worst. They also have an extraordinary risk/normal risk dichotomy, and a violent crime label, assault two being one with both extraordinary risk and violence. It seems that someone with an "extraordinary risk" class 4 Felony can face 2-8 years in state prison. This is modified based on previous record, and the circumstances of the crime. That all depends on the past record of the defendant. Also the cirmstances of the crime. A max of 5 years I believe but most would not come to that. It would probably depend on the situation. If this person had other issues with the law in the past, they may get...

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Old juvie case used to help to sentence with Habitual

A:  Helping TW: Helping TW: Well, there is a lot that is left out of your post that's important, like in what state this took place, what relevance the address had to his case, exactly what crimes he was convicted of committing and when, whether he plead guilty or went to trial and was convicted by a jury, which were charged as juvenile offenses and which were charged as a adult crimes, and whether he had a lawyer representing him in this. He's got several problems here. First, it appears that he had multiple convictions for a variety of offenses, inlcuding an armed robbery, which is a violent felony. Thus, it is not particularly suprising that he drew a very long prison term. Second, since it sound like all this occurred...

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Felon y DUI w/Felony failure to appear

A:  In Virgnia you have 30 days to appeal from the conviction. so if it is beyond that date, it is too late. On what legal grounds do these non-attorneys think he has to appeal? Nothing in your post indicates legal error for an appeal. If the sentence is within the range of possible sentences then there is no grounds to appeal....

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Anyone know the penalties?

A:  9 warrants and only $90.00 bond? Highly unlikely he will be out in the near future.. Yeah, I was surprised too, but that''s what they told me today Well here''s an update... ex got arrested for no insurance (2nd conviction), no registration and possession of drug paraphernalia (2nd time) and THEY''RE LETTING HIM OUT IN 3 DAYS!!!! ONLY 5 DAYS IN JAIL !!!! Warrants haven''t hit yet and local rental place is pressing charges against him for renting a laptop and then pawning it. If they release him, no one will ever see him again because he has no permanent residence. He asked me several times if he could come live with me and our 4 year old son after he gets out Tuesday (must have still been high) but I told him he needs to use his phone calls in there to get ahold...

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Probation violation

A:  hey you shouldn''t get into trouble because you have permission to be at work, aslong as you have proof you was working late and you wasn''t drinking, then you should be fine. Hello n: There''s probably a phone number that you should have called if you were going to be late... It looks like you didn''t. That ain''t gonna be good. excon Depends on if you have a good ( yea like there are good ones) or a bad PO. Also most of this goes though a monitoring company You may have to explain why you worked late and did not call in ( there are procedures to follow) And next I bet getting into a car with a person who was drunk is most likely another violation itself. And the worst thing, not going into the PO office the next day and telling them but letting him...

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How many charges do I have,1 or 2?

A:  dont know.... but thank you in advance for fighting for our country!! You were charge with one crime. The FTA on your record appears to be a clerical error, as you stated it was dismissed. Thus, I recommend you contact an attorney who should be able to have the FTA removed from your record. Good luck! let them tell you trust me it wont be that big of a deal and your recruiter will probably tell you to lie. im in the army and thats will not stop you from gettin in. To answer your question the way you''ve posed it, you have two charges. However, since the FTA was dismissed, you only have one conviction. It depends on the information the army is seeking. You can ask them to clarify between charges and convictions....

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My son was arrested on a warrant issued for failure to appear as a witness even though he did not receive a subpoena

A:  A material witness warrant is valid for 30 days (but can be extended month by month by a Judge) and remains on the system for that time until it is executed. Your wording probably caused a little confusion to the A.G.''s office. (a) There was in fact a trial. (b) Your son need not be served a subpoena to have a warrant issued. (c) Your son was arrested for failing to appear. First, since there was a bonafide trial in which your son appears to have had material evidence to offer for the prosecution, he is subpoenable. A subpoena would have been generated. Subpoenas aren''t put on a computer system, so when you say that he attended the police station on another matter, those officers would not have known about any other officer''s intent to...

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Denial of 1203.4 motion

A:  The court can consider all your previous expungements as well as the traffic infraction in denying your petition.  If you don't agree, you can appeal the decision.  I'd suggest you consult local counsel. ...