North Carolina parole conditions (Officially: “Conditions of Post Release Supervision”) are given to the convicted person on the day he is released from prison. He signs them, along with his parole officer. If you or a loved one are facing a Parole Violation hearing, contact a criminal lawyer North Carolina.
NCGS 15A-1376 et seq governs parole violations in North Carolina. In addition, case law, including U.S. v. Morrissey (SCOTUS 1972) applies in North Carolina. Interestingly Read all
There are many reasons under the immigration law that a person may be deemed “inadmissible” to the United States and therefore, a consulate would deny a visa. Why Would the Consulate Deny My Visa? These reasons include health related grounds – including mental disorders and drug additions, crimal related grounds, security related grounds, foreign policy reasons, public charge reasons – ability for financial support, prior immigration violations, and fraud or misrepresent Read all
If a person receives probation then they will need to abide by the conditions of the probation and agree to keep the peace and be of good behavior. A probationary period is a period of extreme risk! If a person violates his probation by being arrested for a new crime then the person may be held in Jail at the ACI as a probation violator. After ten business days a person has the right to a hearing.
A person who is facing a probation violation hearing should retain a Rhode Island Criminal l Read all
Patent infringement and trademark violations are two different arenas. It involves the use, marketing, sale, or profit from and invention that is patented under someone else’s name or company. A trademark violator is someone who has attempted to use a company’s or individual’s trademark for personal or financial gain. A trademark is the company’s or individual’s “calling card”, the logo or point of reference used by that company to create associations.