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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
It means that a judge in some county in Indiana has signed a fugitive arrest warrant stemming from a Grand Jury Indictment. Normally, the Sheriff in Louisiana is notified or sees the warrant in the NCIC when booking him in and will "hold" the offender until the Indiana county people come to pick him up and transport him to an Indiana jail.Read more
He will have to go back to Copiah County and face the judge that signed that warrant from three years ago. We don't know why he was cited and for what reason, but you can be certain that the judge isn't going to be happy to see him again after giving some leniency that went unappreciatedRead more
This sounds like attempted murder, which would be a very serious charge.Read more
If the case is still pending, and the warrant is currently in effect you will definitely be detained.Read more
We do not have pre-trial orders or court dates. We would advise calling the Dade County Clerk of the Court for the latest word on his case.Read more