Go to a license office and see if they can look up your license. It may well have been suspended. If so they may take your license. There is no automatic suspension. What may have happened is you had an offense, the notice was sent to the address on the license, if that isn't your address you...Read more »
My son’s father got a DUI. Lost his license and was driving anyway. He got pulled over and got in trouble again. He wants to continue to drive with no license and pick our child up to bring him to his house. He is currently on probation.
If it's the employer's computer they have a right of access. If you use it for personal things that is your risk. They can take the computer tomorrow, it's theirs. They can access the information any way they wish. It's theirs.
My fiancé was arrested for his friend leaving a marijuana roach in his car. He has his medical marijuana license and wasn't aware his friend did that. The cops pulled him over for having a tail light out. The cop noticed the roach right away and told him he was impaired. Had him do a sobriety... Read more »
The wait is for the blood work. He should request his license. There is no automatic suspension in Pennsylvania. They would have to show that the THC in his blood was sufficient for him to be intoxicated. If they press the charges he should have an attorney. By the way he shouldn't drive with...Read more »
No. If the sticker wasn't expired is a defense. The fact the cop missed a couple of numbers won't get you anywhere. Get the car inspected and maybe they'll drop it. In the meantime, don't drive it around without inspection.
My daughter is paying off a car loan that is in someone else’s name. The other person said they will sign over the title once the loan is paid and they receive the title. I don’t want her to pay off the loan and the other person get the title and not transfer to her. They then will have a free... Read more »
She needs to have the other person sign the car over to her, and she pays for her own car. The best way is for her to buy the car loan, as it were, by getting a loan in her name. Yes, a document that is under seal is binding, but the wording would have to be clear and even then if the person...Read more »
My daughter, 29, was having vision problems and went to Wayne Mem ER, probably 3 yrs ago. The ER docs suspected brain tumor and sent her by ambulance to Geis CMC. After much testing, no tumor was found and the bills were totaling just over $30K. I just found out about this. She tried to forget... Read more »
problem is that the social worker at the hospital should have filed a medical assistance application. However, if she was poor she may have been a medical assistance recipient and the bills should have gone to Medical Assistance. At this point she is "judgment proof." it doesn't...Read more »
if an object is next to it the assumption is that it is there for anyone to take. However if trash is in a bag, the presumption is that the homeowner left it there with an expectation of privacy. That doesn't mean it's illegal.
In Pennsylvania the issue is whether you had intent...Read more »
you haven't said what happened but I'm assuming it was an injury. In a way they did you a favor by giving some room to any attorney to advise you on what you need to do to document continuing problems. You should call a member of the Arizona Trial Lawyers Assn in the county where the...Read more »
from paternal cousin who is going thru an alleged agreed mediated divorce with my maternal second cousin [aka “daughter”] - anything you can do about his narcissistic behavior besides ignore it? Yep. Wrap your head around that one. Lol
you would want to consult an Oklahoma attorney, but my read would be 1) this is one divorcing person with another--let their attorneys handle it; if they have decided not to use attorneys, be aware that the person texted is getting free information, ammunition possibly. Why stop the flow. (In...Read more »
If you own a car, as Mr. Scolblionko says, the medical part of that insurance pays your medical bills. If you don't own a car but live with a relative that does, their car's medical insurance will pay the bills. If you don't own a car, the other persons car insurance--if that can be...Read more »
There are problems when a person has been allowed out on bail, as that is generally not a decision that will result in tort liability however you need to consult an attorney in North Carolina to determine your rights under the laws of your state. Look for an attorney who is a member of the North...Read more »
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