Is forgeing a signature on a custody document to take a child from a parent a felony in nc?
What is the legal term when someone takes your signature and attaches it to a document that you never saw and appearing as if you signed the document?
In most states, this is forgery, a felony. Read More
Of course. It is forgery and in most cases it would be a felony. Read More
Not a felony , but yes, it is falsification of a government document. Read More
No. Felony offenses require a summary arrest (i.e.: taking you into custody). Read More
You can be arrested by a law enforcement officer taking you into custody, bringing you in, then you get formally charged. Any felony is serious. Read More
forging a signature is a felony everywhere. Read More
You don't necessarily have a lesser chance of gaining custody of a child if you have a felony on your record. It depends on the circumstances of the felony and on the history, criminal and other, of the parent applying for custody. One thing you can do is you can try to get your criminal record expunged, and that way you will have better chances of winning custody. Anyone eligible for expungement should do this… Read More
If a father of a child has a felony on their background does that lower the chances of winning joint custody?
The father's felony conviction will most likely come up during the custody case. However, the courts will look at evidence of the circumstance surrounding the conviction, and also whether the father has changed, and is rehabilitated. Read More
If your boyfriend lives with you and you have custody of your children can your ex take custody if your boyfriend has been convicted of a felony?
It isn't automatic, but because of your living arrangement and association with a known criminal it certainly could be grounds for filing a motion to re-open the custody arrangement. Read More
No. You could be named as a suspect in a felony crime and still be at large - BUT - if you were charged with a felony you would be taken into custody - booked - arraigned and officially notified of the charges against you. Then, you could be released - on bond or recognizance, if eligible. Read More
It depends on the felony conviction. Especially if the felon is child predator. Read More
depends on who has more grounds but most likely yes and depends on what the father did Read More
With regard to child custody, the court must consider what is in the best interest of the child. A felony might hurt a parent's character, but it isn't necessarily a bar to having custody. It just depends on the specifics. Read More
Because of your living arrangement and association with a known criminal it certainly could be grounds for the other parent to file a motion to re-open the custody arrangement. Read More
Forging a notary public's official signature is a felony, punishable by law. It is considered fraud. A notary public signs their signature and also uses a metal crimper that has the official information on it, along with a rubber stamp. Read More
As opposed to a violent mother? If he's cleaned up his act, yes. Read More
Depends on the nature of the felony, whether or not he is off parole , and any provable unfitness of the mother. Read More
My wife and I are going through a divorce she forged the judge's signature on fake divorce decree What criminal charges can she face?
Forgery ! at least , if she tries to pass it as a legal document ! ! ADDED: If her intent was to pass it off as the real thing, she is liable for felony charges- which could include: Falsification of a public document - Forgery - and probably several other offenses that may be applicable - not to even mention Contempt of Court. Read More
When excepting a plea agreement for felony charges must you go into custody that day or wait for a final sentencing day?
If the plea agreement consists of jail time, you would be remanded into state custody for the remainder of the trial. Read More
It is possible that the other parent could petition the court to have your custody or visitation limited or revoked as being a bad influence on the child. What the court's ruling might be, no one can tell. Read More
Yes, and it would most likely fall under federal jurisdiction Read More
Having a felony conviction does not necessarily make a bad parent. People do change after serving time, or is he/she currently serving time? In that regard, a Child In Need of Care Motion needs to be filed. Read More
What is the penalty for taking a notarized document and using it with another document other than the intended one?
The offense is FRAUD. Depending on the wording of the law in your jurisdiction it may be either a misdemeanor or a felony. Read More
It's possible. It depends on what the felony involved, whether the girlfriend lives at the home where the child would reside, and whether that is seen as a danger or a bad influence on the child. Read More
The penalties for forging a medical document vary state by state in regards to the amounts of fines and the lengths of jail time. Forging a medical document is felony in all states and jail time and fines are always the penalty. Read More
You lived in TN and your son stays there she is not mentally stable and you want to file for full custody but you live in South Africa you also have a felony Do you have a chance of winning full custo?
The felony depends on the crime, however being out of the country would be the biggest drawback. Read More
It depends on your felony, but most states require some amount of time before you can get such document. Read More
No. The whole purpose of the notary is to ensure that the person signing the document is competent and knows what they are signing. That is why a notary can not notarize a document unless the signer is in the physical presence of the notary. If a notary affixes his or her stamp to a document, knowing that the person is incoherent and does not understand the document, the notary is guilty of a felony… Read More
If you are evading arrest for a felony offense, when you are arrested your charge will be for whatever the original offense was. On the other hand, if you were in custody and then fled, you would be charged with the original crime PLUS the offense of being an escapee. Read More
No she can not because: Forgery is illegal in all 50 states. Committing forgery to obtain a credit card is also called Fraud and is illegal in all 50 states.. Under Illinois Law, (720 ILCS 5/17-3), a person commits the Illinois crime of Forgery when, with the intent to defraud, they knowingly: (1) makes or alters any document apparently capable of defrauding another in such manner that it purports to have been made by another… Read More
Yes. Any fraudulent document that purports to be an official document issued by a government official can cause the person who created it and the person who uses it to go to jail. In many states it is a felony. Read More
Yes. Any foreign national who does not hold diplomatic immunity can be held in custody and placed on trial for the violation of state and/or federal law(s). Read More
It would be classified as a felony. That has a limitation of 10 years if involving official document in Texas. Read More
You can travel but if you are stopped by police, you can expect to be arrested and taken in custody. If you are arrested out of state, the prosecutor will determine whether to extradite based on their office and judge's concerns. Read More
Can who film? In California it is a Felony to film inside a police station because it is technically a custody facility, and requires the ranking officers permission. Read More
Probably not. B&E is a felony (Burglary) charge in most jurisdictions which requires that the perpetrator be arrested and taken into custody. Read More
Forgery is an interesting charge in Illinois. Most people think one has to create a document that purports to be something it is not. There are many things beyond that: Sec. 17‑3. Forgery. (a) A person commits forgery when, with intent to defraud, he knowingly: (1) makes or alters any document apparently capable of defrauding another in such manner that it purports to have been made by another or at another time, or with different… Read More
Is it possible for a father that has a history of abuse and a felony on his record to gain any type of custody?
if its taken to court and the mother has a clean record she will most likely get custody of the child and if the father does not pay child support he has no rights at all..(im going though this same thing in court) about the only way he can is if he proves that the mother is unfit Read More
How do you get sole legal custody when your ex is in jail for sexual battery charges against minors?
You need to consult with an attorney who specializes in custody issues. She/he must review your situation and then explain your options under the laws in your jurisdiction. Read More
That is dependent on circumstances. If the parent is a loving parent, whereas the current primary residential parent is an abuser, than the felony should not matter, provided they are not repeating their crime. Read More
Does a custodial mother that has joint custody have the right to take her daughter out of state on vacation....Are there legal ramifications.... My ex is threatening kidnapping charges?
If it interferes with the access schedule, and depending on applicable state laws, it could be considered interference with custody. In Missouri, under RSMO 565.156, it would be classified as a Class C felony. Read More
Yes, it is not unheard of. When deciding to grant custody, the judge will take into consideration the nature of the crime, how much time has passed since conviction and the parent's behavior since that time, whether conditions of probation and/or parole have been met and if not, whether such conditions would present a hardship when caring for the child or otherwise meeting their needs. Just because a parent has a felony conviction in their… Read More
Present documents to the court that: You have sole custody of the child, the child is deceased, the child has been adopted, emancipated or attained majority of age; AND, you do not owe any past-due support. Read More
When a US state has custody of a criminal who is wanted in another US state, the US Constitution demands that he/she be extradited (Article IV, Section 2, Clause 2). Read More
Unless you have already been arrested, booked, and and in custody, which places you under the rules of the "speedy trial" provision, there is no such time limit. A criminal investigation can take as long as it takes. Read More
That completely depends on the custody arrangement that is in place and if you have no custody arrangement, it would be in your best interests to get one legally established before taking the child across state lines, particularly without the other parent's consent and/or court approval. Otherwise, you could be facing some very serious felony charges (kidnapping, a Class A felony in all 50 states). If that were to happen, it could also endanger your… Read More
Yes, However you wil still have to disclose the offense and present a certified copy of both the charging document and the expungement order along with your license application. Read More