Your ex husband arrested for a DUI with your child in the car Why would the courts say there is not enough evidence to prove he is an unfit father?
it takes more than one example to prove someone is unfit.
This sounds like a domestic violence case. If this is true, please do not retract your statement, you are the victim. However, if its not, if your statement has been retracted it is up to the prosecutor to see if there is enough evidence to follow up with a trial. If there is not enough evidence the charges will be dropped and your husband will be set free. If there is enough evidence the bail…
If you're found in possession of a stolen firearm, you can expect to be arrested, and you can also expect to be charged, as well. Added: It is not necessary for them to find the gun in your possession. Simply the testimony of an eyewitness, video-tape, or the testimony of an accomplice is enough probable cause for you to be arrested.
Theoretically you can. But without witnesses or evidence the case would be rather weak. In order to be arrested for a crime the government has to have enough evidence to show probable cause you that you commit such a crime, not necessarily evidence to show beyond a reasonable doubt, which is what is needed for a jury to convict.
If the prosecutor agrees with you and decides there wasn't enough evidence to arrest you he will drop the charges and you can proceed with a civil suit against the police department. If he (or a Grand Jury) feels there is enough evidence to support the charge(s) against you, you're going to have convince a judge or jury that it wasn't you that did it.
"Arrest" mean that you have been apprehended and taken into custody. An "indictment" means that your case (the one for which you have been arrested) has been presented to a judge or a grand jury and the prosecutor has demonstrated that there is enough convincing evidence against you to warrant your being proscecuted in court.
If they amounted to criminal offenses, yes you can, if it is determined that it was you who committed them. Whatever you are referring to, most (all?) states have statutes of limitations on certain crimes but they usually take several years to pass before the opportunity for prosecution lapses. It also depends on what kind of "actions" you are talking about. If it was doing drugs, then no, there is no evidence to convict you…
What happens if you are arrested on felony charges cuffed brought to jail finger printed put in a holding cell then released 48 hours later with no bail and no arraignment or anything at all in MI?
Elizabeth gets arrested in the Crucible in Act two because Abigail runs into court with a needle stabbed into her stomach. She claims that Elizabeth's spirit did this, so they go such the proctors house for a poppet (rag doll), which represents Abigail. when they find the poppet there is a needle stuck in its stomach so that is enough evidence to get Elizabeth arrested. (that poppet was made by Mary Warren, their slave, and…
The same steps used to charge someone with any crime is the same for murder. Enough evidence has to be gathered for the person to be charged with it; the person has been arrested and brought before the court for trial. In many states a person must be indicted by a grand jury to be formally charged with murder, but can be arrested and held pending such grand jury indictment.
Can the charges be dropped if the arresting police officer does not read your Miranda Rights to you?
No, only the evidence obtained from you between your arrest and your consultation with a lawyer will be thrown out. Any evidence obtained before your arrest or obtained from sources other than you after your arrest, which would include testimony from the officers concerning what they saw or heard before they arrested you. This could be more than enough to charge you.
What are courts that generally have jurisdiction over misdemeanor cases and sometimes conduct probable cause hearings in felony cases called?
He was executed in 1944 after 2 white girls were murdered. During the search for them he told somebody that he and his sister saw the girls. They had asked them where they could get some type of flower for their cow to eat. That was enough to get him arrested. It was a terrible injustice with no shred of evidence what so ever.
That means the court did not find the plaintiff had enough evidence to win their case. The defendant won the case. That means the court did not find the plaintiff had enough evidence to win their case. The defendant won the case. That means the court did not find the plaintiff had enough evidence to win their case. The defendant won the case. That means the court did not find the plaintiff had enough evidence…
There are three types of Provincial courts. Provincial trial courts, superior provincial courts, and provincial courts of appeal. Provincial trial courts are defined under section 92 of the Constitution and are courts of original jurisdiction. They have a wide subject matter jurisdiction, including youth court, family court (not including divorce), small claims court (<$25000), summary crimes, probate court, and traffic court. They also do preliminary hearings to determine whether there is enough evidence to go…
Not enough information is given in question. HOWEVER - as a general rule - administrative hearings and so-called "review boards" are NOT courts of law and the rules of evidence and procedure, under which the courts function, usually have no bearing on the way they conduct their procedures. Whatever 'institutional review board' you are referring to, you will have to research the rules of procedure for that particular board to determine the answer to your…
Mary Ambrose did receive a small inheritance from The Estate of Robert Palmer. It was under $20,000.00. She did try to contest the will in French Courts on the grounds that the will was tampered with. The court did not have enough evidence to to proceed with the case and dismissed the case as "without merit."
The Court does not charge you. The prosecuting attorney does. In order to indict, there must be enough evidence to show "probable cause." Essentially, the grand jury or court (as the case may be) must believe that there is enough evidence to put the defendant on trial. What this evidence is will depend on the crime and the circumstances.
Yes Danielle dies because she gets hit by a car, and also her baby with Owen dies because Archy hits her in the belly. She then goes to hospital and then she escapes. She is then arrested with charges of murder, but the police didn't have enough evidence to charge her. xxx hope it answer your questions!!