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Are we talking arraignment, bond hearing, pleadings? You are entitled to a speedy trial but that is not generaly defined to a time frame. We know some defendants that could not make bail sit in county jail for 6-9 months before anything happened on the case.Read more
First offense, marijuana and paraphernalia? This could be settled with a pre-sentence intervention where your fiance pays a fine and goes to class for a few days. There is probably no way to get it "erased", as that is his record now, unless this intervention comes with an expungment too.Read more
That is a very serious charge and before you "get involved" any further, maybe you should get some legal advice. If he was accused of something you sent, you might put yourself in a position to defend yourself. Forget about saying, "you had nothing to do with it", all the inmates there are innocent, tooRead more
This will depend on her prior criminal history, the statement by the arresting officers and how the judge views her behavior measuring against her criminal record (if any). If she has no real charges to speak of, she might get a slap on the wrist. The question is was she unable to meet bail, had bail been set... why is she there for three weeks...? that might help us give you better advice. Three weeks before seeing the judge mightRead more
You can verify the charges yourself through the Clerk of the County Court in the county where the charges were filed. This is also where the trial would be if they take it to court,Read more
If this is a state charge, you can contact the Clerk of the Court in the county where they were arrested. If this is a federal charge, you can Google your inmate's name with the word "indictment" to see the FBI's statement on the charges. They love to brag about their conquests so there is no lack of publicity. If neither of these work, you can use a pay service that has the most accurate and up-to-date arrest information nationwide.Read more
You will risk exposing yourself to detainment if you have an outstanding warrant. We would recommend writing as a first option, maybe through our letter service if you wanted to avoid using your name. If you go the calling or video visit route, you are giving the authorities your location. Why not work out something with the jurisdiction that has the warrant and turn yourself in. It's not going away and it'll be easier to deal with than if youRead more
You need to contact the Clerk of the Court in the state and county of his arrest. They will have the exact charges. If he is not able to afford an attorney, one will be provided. The timing involved in that process varies depending on the public defender's office.Read more
You will have to contact the Clerk of the Court of Crawford County and request the charges. This is where any attorney would go to get the same detailed information. They might have a nominal charge for the copying of the record if that is something you want, too.Read more