Someone at work has given me the password to HR gmail account. They told me to look in it for something related to my company trying to terminate me. I looked but cleared my browser history. I mistakenly kept the password in a draft message in my email gmail account. What criminally can I be... Read more »
Although you "could be charged" by the police for a violation or low-level misdemeanor (like criminal mischief), the DA will probably decline to prosecute and even if they do, nothing will likely come of it. You lacked the "Mens Rea" (or guilty mind) for a more serious criminal...Read more »
There probably was not probably cause at the time to make an arrest, absent a complainant. You have a viable complaint for trespassing and your brother has one for assault/battery. Thus, you or your brother needs to file a report/information/complaint with the Police Department OR directly to the...Read more »
Probably not, unless said courts are in the same physical jurisdiction where the ship that was victimized is registered. The court of original jurisdiction is where the (non-pirate) ship is registered. For example, many cruse lines register native to the Bahamas; if one of those vessels were...Read more »
You probably can't from the courts side, but rather would have to go in person. I would call the clerk of the court where you paid the summons and inquire. That said, you could contact the company who issued the money order and, if you have a reference # or maybe even just your name and the...Read more »
Court of claims petition has already been filed and will be heard August 1st 2018.
Greaves v. State, 2011 slip Op 21473 is the most useful example for his issue. This argument is very solid and easily winnable and I'm trying to help this person obtain a lawyer to finish what has been... Read more »
16 will be 17 in 2 weeks and wants to live with me.. The other parent has full custody. Went to court and the law gaurdain says he is one the childs side but states he doesnt want her to live with me. She states she wants a new law gaurdian because he isnt doing what she... Read more »
MSI is a Taiwanese company with its US headquarters in California. They sell their computers through Best Buy and other retailers present in New York State. I would like to sue MSI because firmware I downloaded from their website crippled my computer and I believe they are responsible for providing... Read more »
You can try to sue anyone in any court; but not necessarily with success. In this case, the small claims court lacks personal jurisdiction over the alien company, located in California. Also, what are the damages? If more than $3000 in villages and towns or $5000 in cities, the small claims court...Read more »
I recently agreed to sublet an apartment from a sublandlord for the summer dates May 20th - July 31st. I provided an $800 security deposit before the move-in date. When I moved in on May 20th, I paid a prorated rent of $324 for the rest of May and then also paid my June rent on the 1st of $800. No... Read more »
No, unless you or someone you AB&Bed it to damaged the apartment to the tune of $800. Sue the landlord in small claims court for the $800. You have a good chance of prevailing. The landlord May argue you breached a term of the lease (oral or written); however, this defense will be difficult...Read more »
Not really; but you should consult an attorney. They cannot break into your phone or look at your call records without getting a warrant from a judge. HOWEVER, if the picture was ON YOUR LOCKSCREEN AND THUS IN “PLAIN VIEW” they likely have “PROBABLE CAUSE”, considered it was seized and...Read more »
Buy Sell Agreement required us to purchase life insurance naming each other as beneficiary. My partner passed away and I was sent a check for the life insurance proceeds. (He was the owner of the policy and paid the premiums, I was the beneficiary). I signed the check over to the Estate (did not... Read more »
The home owner admits in the deposition they did that the person was given the key by the home owner and the key was where the home owner told the person to leave the key when they where done working for the day. The home owner had left for the day. Nobody was in the home when the crime was... Read more »
It depends if the YMCA successfully prevailed on something called either a "Non-Payment Summary Proceeding" , or a "holdover Summary Proceeding" (the former if you didn't pay rent or the latter if you held over your lease and they gave you 30 days notice to vacate) AND THEY...Read more »
More info is needed but "non-TVB" means the traffic violation beuro is not assigned to it. What was it for? Let me know bc it likely is a low-level or unclassified criminal misdemeanor, meaning you should get a lawyer to accompany you to the criminal court on the date given. For example,...Read more »
Hello. I have a 1-year lease in an apartment in NYC that ends at the end of September. I need to move by August 1st to New Jersey since I was admitted to graduate school. I initially obtained my lease (6 years ago) by assignment of the lease of the previous tenant who moved out a few months prior... Read more »
Wwe were both in nys prison and my mother living in PA petitioned tioga county ny to remove all three from foster care and was granted custody. Since our return from prison my mother has split the kids up giving me our oldest and our younger two to their father. Not having gone through court,... Read more »
It depends on if you have any rights to physical custody and legal custody, but in the absence of any right to physical custody you cannot. If you would like to talk about this I can be reached at 914-912-1555. Best. Aubrey
There is no specific age, and the language is similar to that of the service statute.
The child cannot be the sole decision-maker in who has custody, but a child of “suitable age and discretion” can have input. The more sophisticated the child and the better the understanding the...Read more »
Immediately call child protective services. They have to, by law, send two agents over today to ensure that your daughter is safe. Then I would file for custody in family court in for an injunction protecting your daughter. I offer a free phone consultation and handle these cases routinely. If you...Read more »
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