A immobile woman was found to have 2 broken legs, because the N.A. on the floor 4hrs. before my shift, had transferred her to bed, without assistance. She is now having charges brought against her. I am on disability and walk with braces and cane. My muscles are fading away slowly. In my... Read more »
You would need to talk with an attorney who practices in North Dakota if that is where the subpoena came from. At least in Nebraska, there are rules about having to compensate witnesses to appear at a hearing.
I wanted to contest it and see if judge would throw it out at the hearing. I had a green light with all other lights solid green. The other lady is contesting saying she had a green light as well. Insurance had hired an investigator but the other lady won’t allow insurance or investigator to look... Read more »
You will need to talk with your attorney about your best options. Not all intersections have cameras. Sometimes car accidents are he-said/she-said. There are ways for the Court to order an inspection of evidence as part of the discovery process. You would need to talk with your attorney about...Read more »
The apartment building I live in has key secure entrances...sometimes. People that live there or don't live there leave the doors lodged open with any freaking thing they can find to get in the building from paper to a nickel. I have lived there when other mgmnt co ran it and it was so worse... Read more »
The dealer did not disclose that it had a rebuilt title. We checked the CARFAX and it was a salvage title in Mississippi. The car has been having issues and is currently not operational. The dealer told my wife that the car was never repaired, but when I talked to him today he stated that the car... Read more »
If you purchased a vehicle that you at least knew had a salvage title, you would have known that some major repairs had to have been done on the vehicle in order to make it operational again after a total loss. You will want to review your purchase agreement in detail. If the vehicle was...Read more »
The US Small Business Association might be a good place for you to start. The website of the Nebraska District Office of the SBA has tools to help small business owners get answers to their questions. For example, it looks like there is a seminar today in Lincoln, Nebraska about What's...Read more »
We have been told to vacate our rental within 30 days. We were notified shortly after an ongoing plumbing issue was addressed. We have faithfully paid rent despite the repairs our landlord had failed to do, minus the one my husband did because of the fire hazard and lack of smoke detectors. We do... Read more »
It depends in large part on the terms of your lease agreement. If your lease is up and the lease only requires your landlord to now give 30 days notice to vacate, it may be within the property owner's rights to ask you to leave in accordance with the terms of the lease. You would need to...Read more »
There are a number of options here depending on the specific circumstances of your case. Law enforcement is sometimes the last resort. Sometimes law enforcement won't assist without a further court order. Depending on the circumstances, you may need to get an order stating that law...Read more »
If you did the proper legal formalities such as a bill of sale and transferring the title of the vehicle to the new owner, then you likely have no further responsibility at least as owner of the vehicle. If you left the vehicle but you are still a title holder, then things become more complicated...Read more »
I have an email where counsel literally denies my request to take action because of indigent status. Can I be denied rights guaranteed by the constitution for asking the courts for a lawyer instead of paying one?
I was also cited for wheel tax and no proof of financial responsibility of the vehicle, which I think has something to do with my insurance even though it's current? I plan on updating my registration this month and my court date is in June. This is the first time this has happened to me, so I... Read more »
You will want to provide proof to your attorney ahead of the court date that you got things updated/resolved prior to the Court date. Depending on what your record is and specific facts of your case, you may just be looking at a fine or you may still be looking at jail time. Generally these type...Read more »
Follow up to other question - friend got the court order to do genetic testing for twins that a woman claims are his but she doesn't have custody. The kids are in foster care and state has filed to terminate her rights. He is currently in jail and pending revocation of probation. How long do... Read more »
The father of my children lies outright and manipulates situations to make him self look perfect, and me like an absolute awful human. He claims, for example, that I manipulated my way onto the house title.. I told him I could prove that wasn't true with our messages. The next morning, I... Read more »
Depending on how the messages were sent, there may still be a way to recover these. This could be something more complicated such as a subpoena or more simple such as your phone records or looking in your archived messages. Many cell phone providers do store text messages with your monthly bill...Read more »
If offered a plea deal agreement to not testify on another criminal case on either the defendant or the states behalf, but can’t take the deal until the other defendants case is over, is it against constitutional rights of other defendant if they can’t call in that witness
The defendant can still call the witness as part of that defendant's constitutional rights to call witnesses. However, even if the witness is called, if the witness is a potential co-defendant, they may not have to actually say anything if the 5th amendment right against self-incrimination...Read more »
She works at the same school he attends and she either keeps him home when she doesn't want to go to work or when she does go she takes him out 2-3 hours early when she leaves. I've talked to the assistant principal and she told me she's talked with my ex wife, but she gets the... Read more »
A child's education is one of the major factors that the judge considers when determining custody or a change in custody. The Court will likely take a big picture approach. If the child is struggling academically and is missing a lot of class for unexcused reasons, then the Court could use...Read more »
I have never heard of any exception to being able to remarry within the 6 months period. I have never seen a case or statute that says that the 6 month period is waivable in Nebraska. If a person meets the jurisdictional requirements to go forward with a divorce in another state, you might be...Read more »
I have full custody of my son, and his mother only has visitation rights at my discretion, and the maternal grandmother wants visitation. My son was molested while in the care of his mother, and his mother was and is an alcoholic in an abusive relationship with a history of DV. My son’s... Read more »
A grandparent can file for visitation rights in Nebraska if they meet specific criteria. Whether the Court will grant visitation rights or not depends on the overall facts of the case and whether the grandparent meets the criteria.
The set of statutes on this starts at Neb. Rev. Stat....Read more »
I inherited a house from my parents after the death of my father and have kept the house for 15 years. I am in the process of selling and have found an old Judgement from 2004 against my 1/2 brother for unpaid child support. However, the house was NOT in his name at the time of the judgement. Will... Read more »
It depends. If the child support is paid in full at this time, then it may be a non-issue. If there is still child support outstanding and there may arguable be a child support lien, then this could cause delays while clearing up this title issue. If he was not and is not a title holder, then...Read more »
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