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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: Why was a person who was released from prison after serving 2 years, Denied parole. Arrested for robbery, remain free?

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John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jul 16, 2024

In most instances, a person accused of a crime is entitled to be released from jail pending trial upon posting reasonable bond and complying with the conditions of the bond. This right is guaranteed by the Texas Constitution.

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Libel & Slander and Legal Malpractice for Texas on
Q: What can I do about my former/fired attorney sending a letter claiming false accusations about me to current attorney?

I was involed in an auto accident in july 2022. My first lawyer was fired for cause in January 2024. The reasons included lack of treatment for my injuries, lack of communication, not being licensed in my state, and failing to secure me PIP funding I was entitled to through my insurance, which led... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jul 16, 2024

You should inform your current attorney that the accusations being made are false.

Not being licensed to practice law in the state where the lawsuit was filed is very likely good cause to terminate a lawyer's services unless the lawyer was admitted to practice in that court pro hac...
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1 Answer | Asked in Small Claims for Texas on
Q: FYI - JUL 18 DEADLINE -Answer debt claim Citation. If we answer w/o lawyer by JUL 18, can we be rep by attorney later

JUL 4 - Citation - Small Claims/Debt Claim was posted on front door from Bexar Co Justice Court - "You have been sued." Trying to write the Answer letter to say we do not agree with the lawsuit. If I answer the citation without an attorney, can I later be represented by an attorney if... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jul 16, 2024

As long as the claim is against you as an individual, yes you can hire an attorney later.

Business entities like corporations and LLCs can only appear in court proceedings via a licensed attorney. Even an owner or manager cannot represent a corporation or LLC in a court of law unless that...
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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Florida on
Q: I received a "Notice of Entry" from the court in Missouri after my sisters passing, and I don't know what to do with it?

The notice states: "You are hearby notified that the court entered the following: Certificate of Death and it has a Judge/Clerk note that reads "Court reviews notification of the death of the protectee. Conservator shall file final settlement within 90 days of the date of death of the... View More

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answered on Jul 16, 2024

Hire a MO attorney to check the out the Conservatorship Court File, especially the Final Settlement. Probate may be needed now. You may or may not be a potential beneficiary of her Estate.

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Q: Can I use tca 47-3-118 Statute of Limitation to enforce the credit bureaus to remove negative items off my credit report
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answered on Jul 16, 2024

You can cite it to show some debts are unenforceable. But SOL starts from last payment., Credit companies do not have to comply until you give a written dispute. If report is still wrong then hire a lawyer to sue. They will usually ignore you.

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