Can mandatory jail time be lessened?
It can, for various reasons. Overcrowding of jails, budget constraints, things like that can lead to it. Typically, however, it does not, and the reduced sentences are the result of a plea arrangement on reduced charges.
Yes. You can serve jail time for not respecting a subpoena. Read More
Unable to answer. Some states DO have mandatory minimum sentences for some offenses but insufficient information with which to answer is disclosed in the question. Read More
7 years, mandatory minimum for a measure 11. Read More
Jail time for a felony risk of injury to a minor is at the discretion of the judge. A judge will determine the sentence for any crime presented in their court. Read More
Because they made the choice to get behind the wheel. Read More
Jail time does depend until the court system will put them away. Normal charges are you being arrested. In NC this is mandatory. Read More
A misdemeaner crime is usually punishable with a fine and sometimes jail time, but it is not mandatory like a felony. Read More
The punishment for animal cruelty in the U.S is jail time and, in some states, mandatory counseling. Read More
For first time offenders DWI penalties can include fines, jail time, community service, driver's license restrictions, and mandatory attendance alcohol and drug education programs. Read More
Certain laws that define criminal actions also prescribe a specific mandatory jail term. This means that the judge cannot give probation or a fine etc instead, but must sentence a person found guilty of that crime to jail time. In most cases it specifies a minimum number of months or days for the crime. Read More
If you mean can they apply the time you've already served in jail awaiting trial and reduce your adjudicated prison time by that amount . . . yes, they do in the case of an offense that does not call for a mandatory sentence. If the offense has a legislatively mandatory sentence attached to it, the judge does not have any discretion to do that. I thought by law they have to give all days… Read More
Technically speaking, a person convicted of a crime for which a mandatory minimum sentence is handed down will serve that minimum sentence or higher, depending on several factors. But oftentimes a Defendant will plea guilty to a lesser offense where he may get less than the mandatory minimum, if any, jail time. Beleive it or not, plea offers are presented by the Government, and can often be negotiated by the defense. It is up to… Read More
Are police able to do orifice and anal and orifice searches when doing their manddatory DUI night in jail and anal search on a mandatory one night in jail?
yes, if it is mandatory than yes they can. Read More
Depends how many you got? 14+ your get 3-7years and 200+ is mandatory 6-30years Read More
How much jail time will a first time offender get if they are convicted assault by means likely to produce great bodily harm?
Depends on the state, but a mandatory minium of five years is about the norm. Read More
A DUI, or driving while under the influence, would most often result in jail time if the driver has already received a previous DUI conviction. In fact, most states require mandatory jail time in these situations. Things that can add to the jail time include having an excessively high blood alcohol content, causing an accident while driving under the influence, or driving while under the influence with a minor in the vehicle. Read More
No. There is no mandatory separation time in Colorado. Read More
If you receive a speeding ticket in North Carolina and also a failure to appear to your court hearing will you do jail time Do you know how much the fine will be to get out of jail?
Whenever you receive a Failure to Appear in the state of North Carolina, a warrant is issued by the court for your arrest so that you may be tried for the offense, and failing to appear for a mandatory court date. I believe that the amount of time that you will spend in jail is three days Read More
30 years in spartanburg county for cocaine trafficking mandatory Read More
CA DUI stands for driving under the influence in the state of California. California has some strict penalties for DUI, including heavy fines and mandatory jail time. Read More
For a first time offense of theft in Texas, the fine incurred can be up to 10,000. Theft in Texas also has a mandatory jail sentence depending upon the degree of theft. Read More
For a first time simple assault, the maximum sentence is a jail term of not more than 30 day mandatory. A further fine of minimum $250, not exceeding $1,500 is also exercised. Read More
yes --------- Added: Federal gun offenses are customarily treated very harshly, ESPECIALLY so if you were armed at the time of a repeat offense. Read More
how much jail you get for your time. Read More
Yes, go to court or go to jail. Read More
In most states, you get more jail time. and the next time you have police contact you will be forced to start the jail time right then. Read More
The penalty for driving without a license in Delaware you will most likely be facing consequences such as fines, court costs and a mandatory drivers license suspension. If your license is suspended and you are caught driving you can face jail time. Read More
$200.00 first conviction $10-200 second conviction 10-200.00 thrid conviction plus 72 hours mandatory jail time Read More
no he is not currently serving time in jail! Read More
You can call the jail to request a visit time, but it depends why the are serving time in jail Read More
In the state of NM what is the jail time for 1st time aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and the victim doesn't want to press charges?
Aggravated assault is a fourth degree felony in NM, punishable by imprisonment of from one to five years. Use of a firearm in aggravated assault, is a mandatory 6-10 years. Read More
A second conviction is a misdemeanor, and the sentence may range anywhere from 96 hours to 1 year in the county jail. The judge may use alternative sentencing at their discretion. Read More
There is no jail time for 12,000 bounced checks if your a Congressman. Read More
Does a New Mexico employer have to compensate an employee for time spent at mandatory safety training?
Yes. Mandatory training is always compensable. Read More
Yes, unless the violation itself involved yet ANOTHER offense for which you will be charged and tried seperately. Law for probation violation- Max punishment imposed Mandatory sentence Read More
Jail time in California on DUI's can vary. There is no set time limit for a jail sentance. However, after your 5th DUI it is an automatic prison sentance. Read More
Jail time for assault and battery can be up to 2 years in jail. That is the minimum if there are no other charges added. Read More
You can get 3 years of jail time for tax evasion. That is how Al Capone and Wesley Snipes went to jail. Read More
jail, he wrote a book in jail about h genocide Read More