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Yes, your husband can be placed on misdemeanor and felony probation at the same time.

You can contact your local police department or Sheriff's Office and report the identity theft.  If you can provide sufficient information to show you're a victim of identity theft, the law enfor ...Read more

I suggest you turn yourself in since you know there's a warrant for your arrest -- and ask for an attorney from the Public Defender's Office to represent you.  You are entitled to have an attorne ...Read more

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Q: I was pulled over for out registration and police call tow truck driver for a tow. Police officer said he would take inventory of car so I could grab what I need but never did because he also was r ... Read more

Will I get jail time for first-time probation violation?

Q: I was in subway with friend and they got into a fight. I was pulled in middle of situation but, didn’t have anything to do with me. We both were arrested. Now I go to court. I didn’t st ... Read more

Will I go to jail for a first offense misdemeanor?

Q: I walked on train tracks and Port Authority police were called because I was told to get off due to a trolley coming. I got off but got back on after it passed. I was depressed and confused. They t ... Read more


THE COWARDICE OF BULLIES July 1982 – Deep South Georgia. A young boy is riding shotgun with his grandfather in a white Chevrolet pickup.  The pickup is distinct because of the brown race st ... Read more

If someone has a record from another state will they get more time here?

Q: If someone has a criminal record that includes possession of substances in another state but then incurs the charges below in Pennsylvania will they be able to avoid jail time with a public defende ... Read more

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