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Most facilities do not provide a forum for inmates to participate in civil lawsuits. The best you could hope for is the inmate to submit answers to the plaintiff's interrogatories. The inmate may then have their written answers notarized there.Read more
It can definitely be done. But, you will have to have your lawyer do the coordinating. They know how the system works and getting all parties on the same page in goping to take some level of effort to accomplish.Read more
All offenders will be afforded free legal counsel if they are unable to pay on thier own.Read more
Yes to the first question. The mail room staff would have no idea about the restraining order and the letter would reach the inmate. The second question is a little tricky. If he knows he has a restraining order and willfully breaks it, it will add to his current woes in dealing with the current charges he is being held for. However, the jail will probably not stop him from callingRead more
At what point in the process is he in? Has he make a plea, is this in trial or going to trial? If he has not advanced to those stages he is entitled to a lawyer AND and investigator paid for by the state or feds (if a federal trial). Yes, an investigator... most people don't know you get the benefit of this too. If you have information feed an investigator you might be able to pull off a minorRead more
Yes, we have all gone through the process and although we are not lawyers, the system operates in a way where lawyers take advantage of people who don't know what is coming. We have experience from the side of the defendants, seen all the dirty tricks and paid the lawyers to navigate through all phases. We are very confident you will get an insight a real lawyer wouldn't tell you until after you paid them money they'll never refund.Read more
No, its a step necessary for re-entry. We would caution your inmate to be careful not to violate while there for a short time.Read more
It depends on the circumstances of the conviction. If there was a guilty plea involved, part of the language in that plea would have included a clause that forfeits any right to appeal at a later date.Read more
They might have to wait until their case is heard. Our advice is to tell your son's attorney that they wish to be married and see if they can get permission from the court (ask the judge, not the prosecutor). If they were to be married, they could not testify against each other, maybe the prosecution doesn't want that to happen.Read more
There needs to be a motion filed with the Court requesting a hearing for the reasons stated above. This isn't a simple as making a phone call. We would recommend using an attorney. If there are errors by the government, your inmate is entitled to free representation to address these errors if they exist.Read more