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Ross Scaccia
State of Practice: Louisiana
Member Since: 1/3/2012
Last Answer: 06/25/2013

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Ross Scaccia is knowledgeable in Accident, Bankruptcy, Criminal Defense, Divorce, DUI, Felony Expungement, Injury and Personal Injury. Ross is based in Mandeville, Louisiana.

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Answer: You should be able to 'work this out' especially if you have a good reputation.
Answer: Yes, all burglary cases are felonies. What's going to happen to you depends, first of all - are you guilty. Other consid ...read more
Answer: Maybe Yes, just for medical bills ...No. for medical records, except for some instances in law enforcement, no one has a ...read more
Answer: your question is an indication that the background check is working 'better.' Not to insult you, but, you have several c ...read more
Answer: It will be up to an assessment of the facts of the incident, by the prosecuting attorney.
Answer: You will be entitled to a trial, and other remedies depending on the facts.
Answer: did you have s surety bond or a cash bond ? Cash bonds are refundable. Yes you can take the 'plaintiff' to small claim c ...read more
Answer: very illegal ... very dangerous for you to pursue this.
Answer: Since you didn't take it from her person, what you did is theft theft is punishable by jail time depending on the valu ...read more
Answer: he is a lucky man, for he has a wife who pursues him, and a woman(you) who is wise enough to break the relationship from ...read more
Answer: As soon as he arrests you, for sure. However, this is a complicated situation - if the officer 'suspects' you of a crime ...read more
Answer: Expect help for you problem. Ask for help. You are facing a life change, so do it now.
Answer: There is a legal procedure for expungement of an arrest or conviction, even for felonies. You must first resolve the cha ...read more
Answer: Make sure your son is telling you the truth.
Answer: Yes, you can sue. It makes no difference that the charges were dismissed after 4 moths or that the police report was fa ...read more
Answer: They don't need the weapon ... they need your wife's testimony and if she is believed you will be found guilty ... the ...read more
Answer: The search of the vehicle is probably illegal, unless there are other factors to warrant a search. Driving without a lic ...read more
Answer: If you only have a conviction for theft from 10 years ago, then I would not be to concerned about the $30.00 theft bein ...read more
Answer: the charge against you is a misdemeanor, you will probably just have to pay a fine, you should try to enter a plea if yo ...read more
Answer: Well, the officer can charge you but that doesn't necessarily make you guilty! You may assert your innocence, and prevai ...read more
Answer: Its misdemeanor theft fine and 0 to 6 months in the parish jail ....... certainly suspended sentence (no jail) but shoul ...read more
Answer: Where does one find DA's like this in what parish? You court be held in contempt of court for failing to appear, once t ...read more
Answer: This is pretty 'messed up' ...where do they have attorneys like this in what parish both the prosecutor and the defe ...read more
Answer: You can get a warrant lifted for good cause. However, getting it 'lifted' as you say, is not an automatic procedure. Fai ...read more
Answer: Probably can get your case dismissed if it is not serious, but the fact that the police were summoned does seem like it ...read more
Answer: Listen to your lawyer ...You need to plead not guilty now. It appears you have another charge in Louisiana for possessio ...read more
Answer: He is correct .... the court postpones cases on motion of the lawyers or on its own motion .... the District Attorney i ...read more
Answer: I am a criminal lawyer and I have never heard the term'informal' probation. If that means 'unsupervised' probation then ...read more
Answer: there is a time limit to bring an action in tort, and that action ranges from one year to two years, depending on the St ...read more
Answer: The time your son served will be given as credit on any new sentence he may receive after he has his new trial, and is c ...read more
Answer: Yes, but not in the case here. The charge is not based on your 'confession' or statement about the matter...Miranda righ ...read more
Answer: Yes, the District attorney can charge you with a 'cruelty to a juvenile' violation. The essential elements of the violat ...read more
Answer: Yes, the police can still find you. Better yet, why place yourself in more trouble by avoiding the summons
Answer: The judge will have to decide if he will grant the DA a continuance for a reasonable time or force him/her to go to tria ...read more
Answer: your brother is totally out of line .... yes, there is a period of time that is considered to determine criminal intent ...read more
Answer: No, the date can be corrected if you choose to go to trial.
Answer: This is a credibility issue. If you had no guilty knowledge of the drugs being in the car, and you did not possess them ...read more
Answer: No, not until you are convicted. After that, it becomes a question of connecting to other felonies you may have been con ...read more
Answer: this is one of the hard questions that lawyers have to face from clients in such a situation...very sad. To answer the ...read more
Answer: Not a problem - file in court, have a curator appointed to represent your husband, the curator will send a letter to his ...read more
Answer: Yes, if they have good cause to enter the house, like pursuing a person that they witnessed committing a crime and the p ...read more
Answer: yes, if the second person was guilty of a crime without regard to the first person, and if the second person aided the f ...read more
Answer: Theft under $100.00 and that is a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine and imprisonment for up to 6 months ... if you have ...read more
Answer: Quite possible for a warrant to be withdrawn,especially in a case that is not one of a violent crime or another serious ...read more
Answer: Yes, go to court - you are indeed entitled to half the house since it was acquired during the marriage. And, if he is g ...read more
Answer: Take the # of the case and the title and file a written answer or in your case, do nothing a judgment will be granted ag ...read more
Answer: No problem, if she really 'found' the phone.
Answer: Were you married to what you call your first husband, who now has another family with 2 children? If so, you must get a ...read more
Answer: Normally, when one files for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there is relief from all debt. However any asset you may have, if n ...read more
Answer: Just be cautious.... there are a lot of non felony people without guns.
Answer: Yes, you can change your plea at any time before trial. However, it would serve you well, to give the Court, the prosecu ...read more
Answer: In most jurisdictions, restitution, in full or in part, can be made through the court that handles the criminal proceedi ...read more
Answer: For you 1st DUI it is not likely you will go to jail. Having an accident can be material to what a judge would sentence. ...read more
Answer: A 'worker's compensation' case is different from a 'personal injury' case. Basically worker's compensation covers accide ...read more
Answer: 'Dacoity' is armed robbery in India (goggle it ) Armed robbery in Louisiana once carried a life sentence ...the penalty ...read more
Answer: You were not arrested when your brother was. He apparently made a bond and was released from jail - so no warrant. He m ...read more
Answer: Yes, you can be sentenced to ;time served,' for your case, but more than likely the judge will sentence you to a period ...read more
Answer: Burglary is the 'unauthorized entry into a building (or a vehicle - car, boat, etc.) with the intent to commit a 'theft' ...read more
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