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Discussion in 'Criminal Records, Expungement' started by ebonyazoulay, Dec 28, 2015.

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  1. ebonyazoulay

    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    What can a person do in the State of Georgia when tried as an adult without consent of a guardian first offense in life and sentence by a judge for a split sentence v 210 years while incarcerated for years thepunishment by the judge with no evidence or proof on the venture of the case
     
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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    adjusterjack Super Moderator

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    The state doesn't need the consent of a guardian to try a person as an adult.

    I have no idea what that means.

    People don't get convicted of crimes when there is no evidence. Conversely there had to be evidence of the crime for that person to have been convicted.

    Hire a lawyer and file an appeal.
     
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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    This person was given the option of 35 years on first offense in the state of Georgia while being a minor at age 17 and without the consent of their legal guardian the Honorable Judge on the case was last name Christian in Bibb County Georgia furthermore I would also like to say that the client was disabled and I have proof client was disabled because they were receiving income from Social Security this person had a mental disability and the court took advantage in addition the split sentence of five years prison was given by prosecution and 5 years probation on first offense trial was Based and very Biased by co defendants statement. The court ruled in codefendants favor and co defendant did not get any time served at all so they got off scott free
     
  5. ebonyazoulay

    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I would also like to make a statement about hiring Lawyer with an S how can people in this society trust Lawyer when Lawyer don't exactly help their clients with this is a business where people are looking to gain money not just justice
     
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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    If you were pursuing this case as a lawyer what motions would you file with the state???
     
  7. Betty3

    Betty3 Super Moderator

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    Hire a lawyer & talk about filing a possible appeal.
     
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  8. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    Sorry, in most states, a 17 year old is often prosecuted as an adult.

    In Florida, your state, that is always true.

    But, the state can petition the juvenile court to bind the minor over to adult court if the crimes charged and the record of the minor is sufficient to support such a motion.

    Such request is rarely denied.

    Once a matter has been adjudicated, res judicata applies.

    All convictions are appealed, as I'm sure your ward's has been, too.

    Appellate relief is granted in fewer than 5-10% of all criminal convictions.

    You can write to your ward, visit your ward regularly, send him acceptable reading material, many loved ones pay for subscriptions to reading material, encourage your ward to seek counseling, and add what money you can to his "book" so that he can buy himself occasional treats and hygiene supplies.
     
  9. ebonyazoulay

    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    The injustices has already been done to my client and now the system is doing more injustices. My client did 5years in bibb county Georgia prison while incarcerated lost right eye due to minimum protection. In addition to that they gave my client 5years probation which was transferred to Florida so that client could successfully complete term. Well there was a verbal agreement between the probation officer on the case that was transferred to Florida she told my client that he successfully completed the program over phone and told my client not to stop by jer office because sentence term was complete. so my client did not go into the superiors office due to the nature of that call. As a result the probation officer violated my client after officer told client deliberately not to come to the office. VIOLATION OF A PERSONS RIGHTS IS WHAT I SEE IS GOING ON? Now the client is being faced with being extradited back to Georgia after doing 5years prison and probationary period.

    How do you handle situations like this without a state provided lawyers what if the family of client studys law practice and wants to file application of appeals and motions as well as start a lawsuit against Bibb county Georgia for the loss of clients right eye due to the negligence of staff and etc? Once again the original charges we're Strong arm robbery with no evidence at all really the courts tried to say client had a gun but there was no substantial proof of that as well as when the case was taken to trial the original offer that was given to client was 35years on first offense being tried as an adult. The courts listened to codefendants side only my client was not allowed to speak and codefendant did no time in jail at all? But my client got a 10year split sentence deal. 5years prison and 5 years probation? How do you seek money from the state for damages also?
     
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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I am the The family member That is practicing law however it is my 1st year in private studies. I don't want to hire a lawyer. Client wants me to persue this myself. What should a person do that is still learning law but would like to file forms, motions, and grievances with both states?
     
  11. KatDini

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    You cannot legally represent anyone else in a court of law.
     
  12. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    I suggest you abandon and disabuse yourself of any intention to practice law without a law degree and appropriate bar admission.

    I also suggest that you reconsider "practicing law" based on one year, or even 100 years of private study of the law.

    As far as I recollect, what you call "private study of the law" is more appropriately referred to as "reading the law".

    Wyoming or California were the last two states that allowed one to become a lawyer via that route.

    A very good friend of mine did so during the '80s in Wyoming.

    Back to your concerns about your "client".

    An appeal is one approach left, assuming its not too late to do so.

    Otherwise, I suggest you research the GREAT WRIT, -AKA- a habeas corpus petition.

    There are two avenues that can be pursued, state court and federal court.

    I've practiced law for decades, and I do mean decades.

    I've filed 10 habeas petitions via state courts, 12 via the federal courts.

    Out of those 22 times at bat, I struck out 21 times.

    I hit one home run, meaning I batted a measly .045, or was successful 4.5%.

    That's about the success rate for habeas petitions, 5%.

    Good luck.
     
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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Obviously there is a licensed practice that I will be doing so lets stay on a positive note these questions are hypothetical and given to see what response I receive. The constitution and 27amendments say other wise what your responses state are you being helpful or opinionated
     
  15. ebonyazoulay

    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I overstand your responses and I get what you are stating however everything has a process when it comes to everything. Those are your experiences with law in your state however each case can be displayed different then the others. Thank you for sharing your experience with law but my approach is different and maybe you should have done more research on those particular cases
     
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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Understanding wisdom n knowledge is key and it comes from God and not Government. Remember after all the principles of law we're and government were based on the bible. Didn't you read that in history and law practice
     
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    ebonyazoulay Law Topic Starter New Member

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    That's not what the law in my state says and the other state as well.
     
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    Then go on with your big bad self, and try. No skin off my back when the judge finishes ripping you a new one.
     
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    army judge Super Moderator

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    Okay, time to close this thread.
     
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