In Kentucky there are a wide range of theft crimes including: Robbery, Burglary, Theft by Unlawful Taking, and Theft by Deception. Depending on the items value, punishment can vary from fines to potentially years in jail. With the wide variety of theft charges in Kentucky, it is important to have an experienced attorney who understands the elements of the specific charge you are facing.
What is an expungement?
How is the charge treated, after it is expunged?
Can I expunge a dismissed charge?
Can I expunge a charge I was found not guilty of?
Can I expunge a misdemeanor I have plead guilty to?
When can we file the motion for expungement?
Are there any things that make my misdemeanor or traffic charge ineligible for expungement?
Do violations include traffic tickets?
What does the expungement process involve?
When reviewing assault crimes, it is important that you have an attorney familiar with crucial defenses, such as self-defense or the castle doctrine. Assault charges can result in either misdemeanor or felony charges, depending on the severity of the injuries.
A DUI is a very serious charge and you are potentially facing fines, fees, alcohol classes, license suspension, or jail time. It is important to know your rights regarding aggravating circumstances and the effects of refusing the breath test. An important part of any DUI defense is determining if the officer had reasonable suspicion to pull you over.
With new drug laws being passed regularly, it is important to have an experienced attorney review your case, whether it involves drug possession, drug paraphernalia, or drug trafficking. The potential punishments can vary widely depending on the alleged substance.
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A traffic ticket can result in high fines, points on your license, or even a license suspension. As important as driving is in everyone's daily life, you want to ensure that you protect your ability to stay on the road. Something as simple as not updating the address on your license, within the required time frame, can result in jail time.