Probation Violation

Probation is a lawful judgment which can be imposed by a court in place of incarceration. A criminal who is living “on probation” has been found guilty of a crime but has served just part of the punishment in jail, or did not serve time at all. In most of...

Misdemeanor Warrants

A misdemeanor is one type of criminal offense which is usually punishable up to 1 year in county jail, carrying on other penalties also. For examples, misdemeanor offense may include: petty theft, simple DUI, reckless (wild) driving, marijuana possession, shoplifting...

Felony Warrant

Felony is a severe crime for which the punishment is imprisonment for more than a year or the accused can be punished of death, although the laws vary from country to country. A felony is considered to be a serious crime in the US and other common law countries. The...

Failure to Pay a Fine

Failure to pay fine can be explained as follows. If you don’t pay your fine before the court’s time limit or deadline and in addition, you have not explained your situation to the court, you will be termed as guilty of a misdemeanor. In legal terms it can be described...

Failure to Comply

In general Failure to comply stand for a failure, denial, or disregard to obey an official order. In legal terms, Failure to comply may be an offense which could be punishable by incarceration. It can be deemed as civil offense which is punishable by fine depending on...

Failure to appear

If you have violated your written promise to go to/appear in court, you will be guilty of a misdemeanor/misconduct. The person is termed as failure to appear (FTA). Failure to appear is a breach of the law as per judicial laws and it may result in judicial charges, an...