Convictions or criminal record whatsoever nor do I have anything any record on my driving record. I unfortunately was laid off prior to being served, and with it being Christmas and having children have no funds for a lawyer, what do you believe to be the most likely outcome in my particular case,... Read more »
answered on Dec 16, 2022
Although any theft is potentially a jailable offense, I agree with Mr. Scherr that it would be an unlikely outcome on the facts you've described. You may wish to consider retaining counsel to leverage those factors to your benefit.
I filed through a statement of complaint an assault charge Against my spouse whom admitted in writing that they assaulted me. The state prosecutor dismissed the assault charge without a hearing, without talking to me. I do know that the prosecutor communicated with my spouse and stated to my spouse... Read more »
answered on Nov 17, 2022
Criminal matters are prosecuted on behalf of the People of the State of Maryland by the office of the State's Attorney. The victim's wishes are one consideration among many that the assigned prosecutor will consider, but are not determinative.
So we both have a plea offer for conspiracy and theft by false pretense he’s been offer a misdemeanor and I’m being offer felony’s why would we be offer different types of pleas for same charges should I take that plea or fight for misdemeanors I didn’t talk to cops but he did and he took more
answered on Nov 4, 2022
I agree. It is impossible to answer this question in a vacuum. In any event, only the States attorney making the offer can answer it. If you want a trial, it is your right. You should secure a lawyer.
A nurses practitioner in Maryland chose to take a crack at practicing psychiatry on my partner and prescribed them 300mg of Seroquil for over a year. Then moved them down to 150mg. The recommended dose is 15mg. Her Schizophrenia symptoms are now out of control. Can I sue this nurses practitioner... Read more »
answered on Nov 3, 2022
No, but your wife may be able to. She should contact an experienced malpractice attorney. Best of luck.
The Department of Labor I find it hard to find attorney to handles with them
answered on Oct 28, 2022
You need a lawyer who handles federal workers' compensation claims. YOu can use the find an attorney service on the site to locate one. Best of luck.
A warrant was issues 2018
answered on Oct 25, 2022
Likely that the case is open because there is a warrant, but no activity because it has not been served. It will be active again once the target is arrested.
answered on Oct 25, 2022
That does not appear to be a cognizable sentence in Maryland.
answered on Oct 24, 2022
You would generally have three years to file a claim with, and then sue if necessary, your insurance company for an uninsured motorist claim. There may be other claims with shorter time frames. You should consult with a lawyer in a confidential setting.
Surgery was 3/9/22
answered on Oct 10, 2022
It is never a bad idea to work, so long as you were not violating work restrictions from your doctor and so long as you were reporting any income to your Worker’s Compensation carrier.
Fault couldn’t be determined in the accident so it is my belief my car insurance will skyrocket.
answered on Oct 6, 2022
No. You cannot. While a carrier may consider any number of things in setting rates, I think the insured status of another involved driver would be lower on the list of factors.
Nobody was hurt or threatened nor was there intent to commit any crimes
answered on Jul 18, 2022
He should make the rest of the payments as directed by the court to avoid potential issues.
answered on Jul 13, 2022
In addition to the fine answers from the other lawyers, if the matter is a DE conviction, you should inquire of attorneys in DE.
Normally, I work 3am-1pm as a delivery driver. Recently, I injured my back and was placed on light duty temporarily while it is rested. (Just a strain dr says) in my place of employment, injured workers are often made fun of and taunted for being injured and treated by management as if every claim... Read more »
answered on Jun 22, 2022
Sorry to hear of your injury. An employer is required to honor your work restrictions, and if not, you would be entitled to workers' compensation wage benefits. It would be hard to characterize your employer honoring your work restrictions and providing work within those restrictions as... Read more »
answered on Jun 3, 2022
4th Amendment law is one of the most fact-dependent areas of law known. It's not possible to answer your question on the information provided. Can police bring a dog into your unit without consent, a warrant or an exception? No. Can they have a dog in a public area/common area of a larger... Read more »
answered on May 12, 2022
If you have been charged in Baltimore City, you should see if you are eligible for Veteran's Court.
While shopping at Sams club, a woman’s cart was in the middle of the aisle which I asked her to move, she did but I still couldn’t get through. So I asked again and she said it was too heavy to which i said okay well I’m going through. I went through and knocked her cart slightly which had a... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2022
Maybe. Assault is not a malice crime. You can commit it with an intimate object like a cart. If you are charged, you should seek counsel.
They had my vehicle for several months. When it was just about ready, it fell off the car lift and sustained damages totaling my vehicle. Their insurance company wrote it off as a total loss and is offering me a just and fair offer for compensation. The service center is still requesting me to... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2022
They never returned a repaired car to you. They did not live up to their end of the contract. I would not be inclined to pay the bill. You can submit the bill to their insurer and ask them to pay it.
Has to be more than 1 or 2 people claiming a person made a threat?
answered on Jan 27, 2022
If 5 or more people are evacuated, or removed to safe areas because of the threat, the State may be able to prove the case. It is not required that all 5 actually hear the threat directly, or that any of them hear the threat directly.
answered on Jan 26, 2022
Theft carries the potential of a jail sentence, although unlikely for a first offender, it is not impossible. A theft conviction can haunt you for the rest of your life. You should hire a lawyer, or if you qualify, seek the serices of the PD.
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