Casey Allen Moss charged for assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest

Casey Allen Moss, an actor for Days of Our Lives was arrested October 26, after attempted to punch a hotel bartender at the W Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.  His charges include assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

 

 

Casey Allen Moss, an actor for Days of Our Lives was arrested October 26, after attempted to punch a hotel bartender at the W Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona. An argument started when the bartender informed Moss that he had enough to drink and refused to serve him another drink. Moss, who was reportedly intoxicated, attempted to punch the bartender after a friend unsuccessfully tried to hold him back. When he missed, he shoved another staff member, before he was tackled by a bouncer and held down. When police was informed of the assault at 12:30AM, and arrived at the scene, Moss struggled to break free and fought with an officer as he was being escorted out of the bar. When asked for his name, he shouted, “I’m Casey Moss and I’m an actor on Days of Our Lives!” He proceeded to curse and yell at the hotel staff as well. After the struggle, he was transported to Scottsdale jail without further incident, and released on Tuesday. His charges include assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

 

Both serious and minor crimes, including but not limited to “theft, assault, manslaughter, dangerous driving, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and possession of or trafficking in drugs or controlled substances.” may render an applicant or visitor “criminally inadmissible” under Canada’s Immigration and refugee Protection Act. If you want to know if you are criminally inadmissible, refer to how do I know if I am criminally inadmissible?

Moss, who pays JJ Deveraux Jr. in Days of Our Lives, was in Arizona for its book-signing tour along with his co-stars. A co-actor for the drama, Freddie Smith, was also charged with DUI and vehicular assault last year as well following a car crash and sentenced to community service.

In the U.S., many states may allow those charged with DUI conditional discharge, leaving no DUI conviction on their criminal record after completion of their probation. For specific information on whether your state offers conditional discharge programs, visit: conditional discharge programs. For more information on State-Specific procedures, visit: state clearance policies

Rehabilitation criminal rehabilitation allows individuals to have a new start. In order to apply for rehabilitation, you must have been convicted outside of Canada and five years have passed since the sentence was completed (including the payment of fines). Deemed rehabilitation may apply to you if more than 10 years have passed since the date a sentence was completed, and you have one indictable offence which is punishable by a maximum prison term of less than 10 years in Canada. Two or more summary convictions may also be deemed rehabilitated after five years. For more information, refer to deemed rehabilitation .

If you are unable to apply for rehabilitation, you may receive a temporary resident permit temporary resident permit  if you have a valid reason under specific circumstances to travel to Canada that is justified.

 

FWCanada is a Canadian Immigration Law Firm which provides expertise in immigration services such as Temporary Resident Permits, Criminal Rehabilitation, Study Permits and Work Permits. Marisa Feil and her team ensure that each case is closely evaluated to determine the most relevant program. For more information, contact FWCanada at 1-855-316-3555.

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