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happens all the time. imagine being so addicted you have to smuggle drugs into jail.Read more
this depends if anyone was injured or if there was a loss of property stemming from the charge. Most likely, if you are not a habitual offender, the judge won't send you away.Read more
Use the Arrest Record link, ...there is a small charge for the data of newly arrested offendersRead more
If there was a charge, then there will need to be court-based decision considering the prosecutor's position, were there any injuries or property damage, AND the criminal history will be a factor. The person making the accusation will be interviewed and assess whether their statement is credible before proceeding.Read more
You are asking us to predict the future. We don't know all of the specific charges and the other evidence they have. We do agree that there is less a chance of conviction without the aggrieved party testifying.Read more
If you are looking for the actual criminal case against the inmate, you will have to contact someone at the Clerk of the Court in the county where they caught their chargeRead more
You can ask your inmate. They always know what the deal is. Federal cases are harder to find information about unless you know the jurisdiction where the indictment stems. You have to find out where the inmate caught their charge and then go to the clerk of that District Court.Read more
If you know the county, you can contact the Clerk of the Court and file a request for information. This is where lawyers go to get their information.Read more
The federal charge would have to be adjudicated in District Court to know the outcome. The inmate will be held in their current location to serve out the remainder of their sentence. During the court proceedings, the inmate will be transferred to a county jail in the jurisdiction where the indictment was handed down to face the federal charges. The time they do counts toward their accrued time.Read more
Yes, if she actually hit someone and they died, she would be charged with manslaughter or worse. When she tried and missed, there was an "attempt"Read more