I'd recommend talking to your son directly. This is a family issue is it not? A 17 year old runaway problem is a problem that should be solved by the family, not the district attorney. My appologies if that sounds like a value judgement. It's not.
No, the U.S. Attorney will prosecute, at his or her complete discretion, after an investigation by the Postal Inspector.
To prosecute criminals.
The crown attorney
To handle police cases and to prosecute people.
Prosecute crimes within the county.
A special prosecutor would be appointed. It is normally a prosecutor from a neighboring area, or an experienced defense attorney.
You don't prosecute someone for this, the District Attorney does. You would need to speak with your local police department and tell them what happened and they can get the ball rolling for this.
The district attorney or other prosecuting attorney's office.
In state courts it is the Office of the State's Attorney. In the Federal courts it is the Office of the United States Attorney. (the judge) for most
You should talk to either an attorney or the prosecuting attorney for your jurisdiction.
Something is not right with this question. Did the defense attorney suddenly go to work for the prosecutor's office?
A district attorney is appointed, and represents a county, city or state. They handle criminal matters, and argue cases in court as well as prosecute criminals.
Not enough information is disclosed to anwwer this question.
Convince the district attorney to not prosecute. Hire a defense attorney to defend you in court. Flee to a country that does not extradite for the crime in question. Accept a plea bargain.
yes this is a felony, how ever child support enforcement uses there own discression to prosecute this behavior. most of the time u will need to hire a private attorney to prosecute.
No. You may want to speak to a local attorney who can advise you on spousal privilege and your rights if you are a crime victim.
You don't. Only the state, through the prosecuting attorney, can decide whether to dismiss or prosecute criminal charges.
# Alameda county criteria Domestic Violence shall no longer be in the hands of the victim, it shall now be in the hands of the prosecution 2000
Keep climbing the judicial steps to you get to the attorney general and grand jury.
Going STRICTLY by the info given in the question - - it would mean that, for whatever reason, the state is declining to prosecute this particular VOP. The VOP will appear on your record, it just means that they have made the decision not to go ahead and prosecute you.
By prosecute you mean sue right because only attorneys and judges can prosecute. Anyway, you file a suit for divorce and the reason would be for whatever you think the fraud is. This is best for a attorney to word so you dont miss anything. When the matter refers to a fraudlent marriage connected with immigration issues the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement have jurisdiction. http://www.ice.gov
Unfortunately, once you have made the report, it cannot just be canceled. If you are trying to get the prosecuting attorney to drop the charges, you can contact the attorney and see if they are willing to drop the charges. However, even if you want the charges dropped, the prosecuting attorney has the discretion to decide to drop the charges and decide not to prosecute the case.
Private people never have the opportunity to prosecute anyone for anything. That right is left to the prosecuting attorneys office. Since tampering with the mail is a federal offense, it would be up to the Attorney General to determine whether to prosecute. If you think someone has been tampering with another person's mail, you should contact the USPS to determine how to make a complaint with the authorities.
This is typically a matter for the juvenile courts, if the juvenile is being prosecuted. Would have to be something that the state wishes to pursue. If something relatively small, it is doubful there will be a prosecution. The discretion lies with the District Attorney to prosecute or not. This is typically a matter for the juvenile courts, if the juvenile is being prosecuted. Would have to be something that the state wishes to pursue. If something relatively small, it is doubful there will be a prosecution. The discretion lies with the District Attorney to prosecute or not.
Raymond Henry Belton has written: 'Trespassers will be prosecuted'