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felony was reduced to misdemeanor a few questions

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- Mon, 14 May 2018 21:23:42 EST cfYutFUh No.46199
File: 1526347422161.jpg -(32521B / 31.76KB, 300x237) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. felony was reduced to misdemeanor a few questions
so i had a felony dui and my plea deal was one felony dui charge 6 months in jail and 5 years in probation. i went a paid a lawyer a shit load of money and he got my plea deal reduced to one msidemeanor dui with some condition in punishment im assuming.

im thinking of running out on all my charges and probation and shit what would happen if i did that after i took that plea for a misdemeanor? if i dont complete all the shit do i go back to court, get the felony, and have to be sentenced with the felony? or do they just throw me in jail for the misdemeanor charge? so my max charge would be like 1 year right?
Matilda Fammlestat - Tue, 15 May 2018 16:13:57 EST JNNZYp2c No.46201 Reply
Oh cool it's this guy again. nb.
Martha Sonderwene - Sat, 19 May 2018 07:30:24 EST YnesMMOc No.46203 Reply
Where ya running to OP? Does this mean you finally found a ride to the airport?
Jack Bedgeman - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 18:49:07 EST E2CLany/ No.46214 Reply
From my experience the first DUI if a Misdemeanor only carries jail time if you don't take some kind of deal that has a program and AA meetings. For my old DUI I only spent a night in Sheriff's station and they let me go in the morning.

Should I take seeds in the airport or is it safer to order them?

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- Sun, 27 May 2018 10:40:42 EST 3vXD69Wp No.46207
File: 1527432042574.png -(141189B / 137.88KB, 379x311) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Should I take seeds in the airport or is it safer to order them?
I was thinking of taking cannabis seeds to Brazil to grow for myself. Taking the seeds from Chile. But i was wanting to know if it's actually worth it or not. It's prohibited in Brazil. Should I just order them from a Company seed for it to arrive in mail?
Shitting Dartfield - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 11:42:03 EST y/jRT8ki No.46212 Reply
Taking them yourself makes more sense.
Just put them in some trail mix.

Interstate cannabis trade

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- Thu, 03 May 2018 14:52:36 EST UILAsg9S No.46193
File: 1525373556521.jpg -(77910B / 76.08KB, 960x482) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Interstate cannabis trade
I live in California and wish to send a few nugs to some friends in medical states on the other side of the continent. What’s the legal way to do it, if any?
William Porringshaw - Sat, 05 May 2018 14:18:14 EST ZHmJXZvG No.46195 Reply
What about a nearly-guaranteed illegal method? 1st class usps? FedEx? I don’t wanna have to drive it (but I’m gonna /vroom/ it in a couple years anyway)
Hedda Dripperdale - Sun, 06 May 2018 21:48:09 EST 7+bAkpmb No.46196 Reply
First class USPS is your best bet. Double vac seal, wipe everything down with isopropyl alcohol. Use a decoy. And you’ll probably not get caught. But you’re playing a very serious game here.

What the fuck is my lawyer doing?

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- Fri, 16 Feb 2018 13:58:11 EST q2JFoE3m No.46107
File: 1518807491327.jpg -(160512B / 156.75KB, 1440x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What the fuck is my lawyer doing?
My parents died about 7 years ago now, while I was still a teenager. My brother and I were supposed to inherit everything, but our aunt went insane and tried to steal all of our shit. She was working with other people ("family friends") and they stole a lot of physical possessions. Then she tried to alter the will and sell off our parents' land and other things. Then she died too (left us nothing, but that is besides the point). We tried to claim the land and a house, but because of our aunt's meddling these things got tied up in disputes. So my brother and I went through all of her shit, found the necessary paperwork to prove things belonged to us, and then went to a lawyer.

The lawyer was amazing. He is well known in the area and was able to get us basically everything. He has charged us for his work a couple times, but it is always drastically less than what he should be charging. We are towards the end of this process now (I believe?) and last we talked to him (maybe a year ago) he said he was waiting on some tax returns on the land so that we could either get money back, or pay any taxes that are due. So now we have a life changing amount of money sitting in an estate account. We've each already taken a small portion out (which helped us both drastically, our parents were alcoholic hoarders and we lived in poverty until we were adults) and things are okay.

But when does this process end? When is it okay to take all the money and never talk to the lawyer again? He's a great guy, but I just want this to be over. I get the feeling like this dude was just doing us a favor, and doesn't care if we take all this money and leave him alone now. But I don't know. I thought about contacting him again and just asking him bluntly how much money he wants and if this process is done. I don't know what to say though. For all I know he's about to retire and just say fuck it.

>tl;dr: A lawyer has been helping my brother and I get our inheritance. It's been a long process that has taken almost a decade now. We've pretty much got everything and I think it's over. He doesn't contact us much, we don't know how to pay him now, or even if he wants to get paid. What do?

Thanks for any advice. I want to do things right, and I don't want to fuck up and end up destitute or something.
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Simon Drebberdane - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 14:48:54 EST OmsWdC2e No.46184 Reply
What country/state are you in OP? The law differs depending on jurisdiction, but in my area, contract law has a lot to do with knowingly committing a crime.
I'd say you're pretty fine, since you seem to have made a reasonable effort to make contact with him, so if he hasn't made a reasonable attempt to retrieve payment, it will likely be seen as abandoned. It's not like you've tried something sneaky to fuck him over or anything like that, but do go back over any documents to make sure there's nothing you've missed.

It's been a while since i dealt with contracts but I recall something about not knowing what you were signing if you were underage or not knowledgeable about the law, which requires him to get you to seek advice of an independent party, since he is both your legal advisor and a party in the contract if there was payment, but yeah probably go see another lawyer about it as they'd know your areas laws better.
Nathaniel Cromblespear - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 09:52:43 EST AnQNcKYA No.46188 Reply
I'm in Florida. Yeah, the feeling my brother and I have gotten is that he just wants to forget about it and move on with his life. He is getting old, maybe he'll retire and then we'll definitely be good, lol
Samuel Pubbertutch - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 17:23:32 EST 7E46F3EL No.46192 Reply
When I got a payment from a lawsuit, it go paid to the lawyers firm, then they took their money out and cut me a check minus their fees.

extradition on dui

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- Fri, 11 Sep 2015 16:37:26 EST QUaX7gp/ No.44621
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hey guys
i got a driving while drugged charge and possibly a possession charge in nevada.
I llive in virginia.
if i just ignore this and dont go to nevada til its past the statue of limitations, will i be okay?

Could i get pulled over and arrested/extradited in virginia on this?

thanks guys
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Barnaby Dunderlutch - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 19:22:32 EST d4ORe5/u No.46180 Reply
That's not a similar question, its the same question.
Fanny Brabberville - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 00:19:30 EST gP3BXD/3 No.46181 Reply
with every thread like this the answer is always to call the relevant courthouses who currently have or would theoretically receive your case(s) and talk to them. they cant arrest you over the phone.
Ghengis Dong - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 14:22:45 EST FkUWKk59 No.46183 Reply
I work at a private firm based in DC (though we practice throughout MD and VA) and I see cases like yours and OP's all the time.

You won't have a valid license until it's resolved (and likely for some time after that), there will be other repercussions though. If there's unpaid restitution of some sort your odds of extradition are much higher, and there can be loads of financial consequences as you will be pursued for the debt.

With an outstanding warrant, you're going to be a beacon for cops, don't attempt to purchase a vehicle, a firearm, or attempt to obtain any form of certification or license. Any encounter you have with law enforcement will be considerably prolonged. You'll spend the weekend in jail while they weigh the idea of extraditing you for just about any brush with the law you may have.

And perhaps the biggest note is that the vast majority of employers and institutions of higher education will find out on a rudimentary background check and you will be blacklisted from most jobs.

I talk to people in your situation almost every day, and it is truly in your best interest to deal with this NOW

Court Documents

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- Wed, 11 Apr 2018 07:11:11 EST NYWqon+D No.46182
File: 1523445071645.jpg -(87783B / 85.73KB, 916x644) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Court Documents

Wondering how I can read public court documents online? I live in Canada and went on all the websites to read about court documents on a particular person that I know the full name of and what province it happened and even the charge, so I'm just wondering if I might be doing something wrong?

I would appreciate your help, thanks guys.

What will happen? Going to jail probably?

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- Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:16:34 EST F3DxvOTr No.46174
File: 1521821794889.jpg -(210580B / 205.64KB, 1043x1200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What will happen? Going to jail probably?
Hi, I was awaiting a trail/sentencing for an OWI 3rd in WI, and I had a suspended license (apparently). I didn't know the license was suspended though, because I thought that they didn't do that until the sentencing and everything was complete.

I got a bailjumping and had been drinking again, was put in jail for 2 days, then got out on a signature bond. I have court again on Monday (for the bailjumping).

I have a lawyer for the OWI 3rd, and I assumed he was going to be "transferred" over to the bailjumping, but apparently not. I don't really know anything about legal issues or anything, and I struggle with depression and anxiety, so I have a hard time reaching out and such, even to my detriment. They only put me as bailjumping, not an OWI 4th (unless they tack that on after too)

When I go on Monday, can I plead not guilty to the bailjumping, or are they just going to put me back in jail? Is this a whole new case or how does it all work?

Sorry if there's not much info, or I didn't explain things well. As said, it's hard for me to do all this, and I'm in a really bad place. I know none of these are excuses or anything.

I should have probably talked to my lawyer and had him be there, but if it's just the first appearance for this, I thought I didn't need him or that he would already be notified of it.

In a way, I would kind of like to just go to jail and get the stuff behind me. I know I was going to jail for the OWI 3rd (for the 2nd I had community service, so I guess I kept fucking up, thinking I was invincible or something). The lawyer already said that. Now I have to do all this pre-trial programming and pay money out the ass, so I kind of just want it all done.

Maybe I was just sabotaging myself subliminally.
Alice Punkinbotch - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:27:20 EST F3DxvOTr No.46175 Reply

Also on Monday, it says "Initial Appearance" for the Bailjumping, so that's also why I thought I just had to show up and plead not guilty...

twitch trolls- can he be arrested?

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- Fri, 02 Mar 2018 07:49:31 EST pdAHBhMS No.46149
File: 1519994971158.png -(4214B / 4.12KB, 474x356) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. twitch trolls- can he be arrested?
A troll on twitch made a offensive/racist name and like to follower streamers, the racist name will pop up on screen..... one of the troll username he made was name "iknowwherulive_dox" to scare her. the streamer said she call the police, will the police take it serious? all the troll did was made offensive username to bother or harass the streamer

the clips - https://clips.twitch.tv/AlertBombasticTruffleCopyThis

and her twitter saying she told the police = https://twitter.com/Imperialgrrl/status/969309360227680256
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Polly Crankinshit - Sat, 17 Mar 2018 22:09:13 EST gP3BXD/3 No.46171 Reply
wow i just had flashbacks of the original 'yall done goofed' saga

OP are you stupid or just underage?

dark net drugs

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- Wed, 07 Mar 2018 14:15:52 EST cfYutFUh No.46159
File: 1520450152688.jpg -(234430B / 228.94KB, 1080x1320) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. dark net drugs
how risky is buying drugs off the dark net? if caught buying small personal amounts do they charge you with crazy ass shit like trafficking and mail fraud? what happens if you get caught but they just send a seizure notice and a letter to you, does that mean you can never buy off it again from that address? can you just open a po box if that happens and be safe again?
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Shitting Blablingdug - Thu, 08 Mar 2018 16:53:26 EST cfYutFUh No.46166 Reply
is it really federal prison for any amount though. i've been reading actual news articles about controlled deliveries one where a guy signed for 5 pounds and they gave him felony possession of a controlled substance not any federal trafficking mail fraud charges and shit like that and i saw other ones and they either had large large large amounts or they admitted to selling or something like that
George Bripperchud - Fri, 09 Mar 2018 12:27:02 EST OydldWAQ No.46168 Reply
Using the mail system and ordering from other states make it a federal issue, so if caught I’d imagine yes, you’d be looking at federal sentencing. But I’m not a lawyer and honestly don’t know much on the subject.

Local court conspiracy

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- Sun, 04 Mar 2018 23:06:14 EST ZMcYSML9 No.46150
File: 1520222774160.jpg -(170005B / 166.02KB, 603x891) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Local court conspiracy
My friend has some legal issues, and he believes that theres a conspiracy in the local court system to fuck him over and give him max penalty. A few years back he fucked this big shot lawyer, one of the biggest in the state over hard and owes him thousands of dollars. Me and my friends have used this lawyer frequently and have gotten ridiculously good deals when we used him.

So now hes getting completely fucked around for some DUI, his lawyer (not the same one he fucked over) didn't show up to court and theyre threatening to give him max penalty over some bs .01 over the legal limit.

He thinks that theres a big conspiracy to fuck him over and keep him away from his kids because he fucked the first lawyer over really hard. He thinks that all the lawyers and judges are in bed with eachother and the lawyers basically act as a middle man between the judge and you.

How plausible is this?
Barnaby Summledudge - Thu, 08 Mar 2018 05:00:21 EST fg3lf22E No.46161 Reply
It is plausible. I so I would not necessarily call it conspiracy per se. But stuff like this is really nothing really new. I would say if because the attorney did not show up and the reason for possible max penalty is simply because of that. If stated in court. He may consider firing the attorney if he is not being represent properly in the future.

Big Truck, Hit and Run, Failing to Report a Crime

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- Tue, 06 Mar 2018 18:15:35 EST fi0ertZO No.46154
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Hey my friends, Im hoping you could give me some advice here. Recently got job as a long haul truck driver. It's cool as hell, I love it.

Anyway two week ago my company had me delivering in the Bronx NY. It was a shitshow. I got stuck, called NY police to help me get out. Wasn't able to deliver at original location, bad time all around. But it gets worse.

So I'm crossing back over the George Washington bridge back into the upper level of hell we call New Jersey and I sideswipe a garbage truck (we're both in turning lanes getting to close). Motherfucker takes my right mirror clean off. We both curse at each other and keep driving. I drive all the way to my new delivery location and unload.

So I guess all the garage trucks up there have video cameras on them because about an hour later I start getting calls from this Jersey cop investigating the incident and now I'm charged with hit and run/failing to report a crime.

How should I handle this situation? My court date is about a month away and I'm still hauling ass around the country. I called the court clerk and she said I can plead my case by mail if I want but I have no idea what to do. Can a lawyer help me with one? I think a hit and run is possible jail/probably take my license. I know I fucked up but nobody was hurt and this guy clearly didn't pull over either. You can't pull over anywhere on the GW Bridge.

Any advice would be so appreciated right now. Thanks in advance.
Edwin Senderchodge - Tue, 06 Mar 2018 18:31:15 EST cfYutFUh No.46155 Reply
yeah a lawyer around the area of the court you need to go to would probably handle it all for you if you just shelled out cash
Esther Hablingford - Tue, 06 Mar 2018 21:00:53 EST F/agGPDs No.46156 Reply
Take pictures of the missing mirror. The company you work for, proof of the work
$$ spent to replace the mirror. The Hit and run generally I would say falls on the one who caused the accident. Possibly, person and company thought it a best idea to make a complaint ASAP. If you do not think you were wrong I would call the investigator/officer and try to meet with somebody. If there were enough time to stop and curse at each other, could have had enough time to exchange information. Did you company file some insurance claim s well.

I am sure the video would show, the ruck taking out your mirror. If you did not make a mistake, the video should show at least that basically the mirror was taken out. And surely you could back that up with minimal proof, even if the other persons video does not show that. You do not want to have a hi 'n' run on your record. Ask the clerk what the charges actually are as well as the police.

If it comes to court meet with the DA, if you can beforehand. He'she may request to the judge that the case be dropped.

The fine, hit and run, failure to report are criminal offenses, which at least the first could result in jail time. So be proactive.

DUI moving states

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- Tue, 06 Mar 2018 17:49:38 EST cfYutFUh No.46153
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guys what happens if i have a dui case here and i want to move to another state and im in a really big hurry? i dont care if i come back where i live so i don't care about a warrant or anything

if i go to sentencing and get charged and they make go to classes/meetings can i just skip out on them and if i have a residence in my new city can i have an attorney tell a judge that and have my classes transferred over?

if i just say fuck court and leave now and they put a warrant out for arrest and shit is there any way to get my license back without having to come back? like can a lawyer handle the case for me then the judge can charge me from there and i just get any probation, punishment, fines, classes and shit like that transferred over to my new state/county? I live in the middle of nowhere and i CANNOT live without a license there's no taxi or bus for fucking miles and there's no jobs or people for like 30 miles and i have no one to help out except parents who work full time.

my charges are:

  1. dwai first offense, or dui i don't know
  2. driving while on drugs or some shit
  3. imprudent speed

also why the fuck do i have 2 duis in one? also when i went to my arraignment i told my judge id show up on a certain date to pay my fine am i required to? am i required to ever pay the fine if i just live far away anyway?
Betsy Dobberdeck - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 06:58:03 EST B5e4+VDs No.46157 Reply
How many threads were you planning to make about this?
Graham Tootdock - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 11:24:39 EST YnesMMOc No.46158 Reply
Where ya going OP? Parents finally agree to drive you to the airport?

Hit my roomates car

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- Tue, 27 Feb 2018 03:41:30 EST yff8jEL4 No.46146
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Accidently backed into my good friend/roomates car in the driveway at our house. It left a small dent on his rear quarter panel. Although its small it looks like an expensive fix because you can't just pull it out. He's not mad but definitely wants it fixed and paid for by me.

Whats the best way to go about this? He says I should call my insurance company and let them know what happened but I'm worried they are going to tell me I have to file a police report. Will I get a citation for causing an accident if I go this route? I'm debating if it would be better to take it to a shop and pay out the ass to get it fixed or call my insurance and pay the deductible.
Molly Neckleridge - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 14:15:42 EST bJN3Ctfu No.46147 Reply
Why would you file a police report against yourself? They probably won't ask you to and it shouldn't hurt to ask about filing a claim.

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