This landlord has followed my 16 yr old son to his friends house and is taking picture's and also has been in the house when she thought no one was home, but there was someone home. I don't want her in here until I am completely moved. She has no grounds for eviction and is trying to find... Read more »
You can always tell her no, the issue is whether you can enforce the no via the police or courts. The following and frequent entry into the apartment is very likely overstepping. If you can document this, it might be helpful for the eviction.
Generally yes, the landlord has a right to inspect the apartment for litigation and likely under general inspection rules under the lease. It is recommend that you heavily document the apartment before the landlord inspection and after the inspection. A combination of movies and still images is...Read more »
There is a remote possibility that you can file a federal lawsuit for the violation of a constitutional right. Assuming the termination hearing was conducted properly and there is nothing novel about your case, the likelihood of the surviving summary judgment (rejection before the full trial) is...Read more »
My wife (now ex) accused me of molesting my 3.5 yr old daughter. I never did that! Dept of Human services were called. My case was unfounded until an unlicensed clinical social worker got involved saying my daughter was saying she had "secrets" and making up things my daughter would never... Read more »
If you mean that your lawyer withdrew from your case, then you are appealing as a pro se (without representation) party. If you mean that the entire appeal was withdrawn, then you are not appealing your current conviction.
This was a landlord tennant issue. She worked by herself. I had already paid the retainer. We won our original case but the collection agency that was suing me appealed. I have little to no info about the status of our case, she was taking care of everything. The last time I was in court was about... Read more »
Contact the lawyer's office to see if an alternative counsel was designated. If not, request your file from the office. As a general rule you should receive a refund for any unused portion of retainer amount (excluding any costs/fees for services already rendered). There are procedures in...Read more »
Because I filed with the the court an intent to appeal. I don't seem to have an appeal though. Is it possible to ask the judge to suspend my sentence. I am a first time offender, and I did not do what I was found guilty of.
Talk to a lawyer about your options. You can ask the judge to suspend the sentence until your appeal is decided, but it is judicial discretion on whether to suspend your sentence. Also, be aware that there is a very short period of time to appeal a conviction; the notice of appeal can be as little...Read more »
That depends upon all of the facts and circumstances. Was the right to appeal reserved basically as a result of a motion to suppress being denied? Was there a collateral matter that can be appealed? You need to speak with your attorney about this. In order to appeal, there must be an appealable...Read more »
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