There was a delay on me getting a lawyer assigned until the day of my appearance. The respondent had his lawyer. I stated that I need a lawyer right at the start but the judge let the other side talk bad about me for awhile and go on with the appearance.
answered on Oct 12, 2021
Yes, it is legal. Hopefully, once you gain an attorney, he or she can address any prior misunderstandings that occurred at past court appearances when you were not represented by an attorney.
In the process I have another charge which was possession of marijuana I would like to turn myself in but I don’t know what the ramifications will be while I have been working and keep myself busy and out of trouble any suggestions I would like to put this behind me so that I can move on and be... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2021
If you are on probation, have not been to probation in over a year, and have a new charge, it is highly recommended that you hire an attorney.
We've owned our property for 37 years and he wants us to leave so he can put an Airbnb on our property. Someone needs to help us.
In this case the closing arguments were submitted in writing more than 14 months ago. This is a Suffolk County custody case. The parents were never married.
answered on Oct 4, 2021
That time frame seems excessive (although it could be related to COVID). Did you contact the court and ask for an update?
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