Most states respect other states' laws, as long as judgments were rendered with die process. VA issued you a valid DL for 5 minutes. That's actually a much shorter time than I would have guessed, with high speed computers and other means of transmission. Once VA discovered your DL status...Read more »
If the cop was a "citizen" and not a cop, the question would be the same: can someone tell a potential employer information, which later serves as grounds for the company to fire an employee for fault? The answer is: yes.
A better question would be: can someone slander an...Read more »
I want to file an order for Appearance and Examination against a Judgment Debtor. However, the Debtor resides in California, while we (Judgment Creditor) reside in Idaho. We have already obtained a sister-state judgment so we're all good there. But do we need to fly... Read more »
Did you sue the debtor in California? or Idaho? Wherever you got your judgment is where you will file your "post judgment" motions. However, that's where the difficulty lies in trying to haul someone from CA to Idaho after the judgment. The subpoena power...Read more »
My husband's drinking is out of control and endangering our child. He won't leave, and I think it's best for us to temporarily separate. Can this decision impact a later divorce, custody, or division of assets? What else should I consider before moving?
You can separate without having a formal Separation Order. In fact, if you file for Divorce, the law gives either of the parties the right to ask the court for a sort-of "time out," where the parties will be prohibited each from filing any kind of paper for a period of ninety (90) days,...Read more »
You will have to hear the whole situation just to be able to answer this question. But the base is my oldest screamed rape just so she don't have to move. There is a witness to her even stating that is the only reason why she said what she said. The cops even arrested him and forced him to... Read more »
Are you writing as the child's mother? I got a little confused when you mentioned "him." In my book, there is NOTHING worse than an adult male abusing an underage female, period. That is, except a female who would manufacture a charge as serious, as heinous and hideous as lewd...Read more »
i filed a police report against my ex because she kicked me in the head & the state is pressing domestic battery charges against her. she has pre trial in 3 weeks & online in the court repository it said “notice of defense of alibi” does that mean she’s going to say she was never with... Read more »
You have the right to hire an attorney, if you want to? You are the State's witness and a "victim" pursuant to the Victim's Rights Statute in Idaho. Under that law, you have the right to meaningful notice of how they're handling this prosecution. Be patient, and...Read more »
It's ALL in your contract. If they broke their contract with you, you can sue them for the reasonable value of your generator, less the money they gave you for pawn, plus the money you paid in monthly payments. Good luck to you!
My bench Warrant is for non compliance with pretrial services, after missing only one test due to being evicted because of my charge. I called iñ everyday, and missed one test. The probation officer (I'm not on probation) came to my house and forced my mother to UA me. Then filed a bench... Read more »
Its probably too late to answer this question? Did you get arrested? That is pretty typical, especially if you've been on Pre-Trial Release for a drug offense. Just be positive and, if this is your first PV, hopefully the District Court will agree to reinstate you on felony probation. Trick...Read more »
I got pulled over with my ex almost two years ago when we got stopped the cops found methamphetamines in the vehicle which was owned and driven by him. He told the cops everything in the car was mine. I've taken it to trial and have trial in a month. My attorney is now wanting me sign a... Read more »
It doesn't matter if you sign the Waiver of Speedy Trial or not. The Idaho Supreme Court has just issued a new Order which says that NO JURY TRIAL SHALL COMMENCE UNTIL DECEMBER, 2021, anyway. So, if you do sign it, your trial will probably be held in April. If you don't sign it, your...Read more »
He was involved in a car accident where there was a fatality and he was charged with vehicular manslaughter. he is currently in IDOCI Orofino and we have filed an appeal and everytime that I or someone else puts money on his commissary restitution is taken out 20% of the amount submitted. my... Read more »
1. Restitution being taken out of his commissary money. This is probably per statute, so there is nothing that you can do about it. Your husband will get out some day and will hopefully have a little, less, restitution that he has to pay, because...Read more »
Police ran a drug dog and it hit on passenger said, they searched and nothing (known ex dealer) I had both my babies in car . They then took me to jail and book and release only to return to my car and no phone, no idea what was taken, no clue they... Read more »
Police can legally hold "evidence of a crime," for a long as it takes for them to prosecute the passenger and convict him AND for his appeal time (42 days) to run. After that, it should just take a phone call to the Sheriff's Property Locker, for you to retrieve your phone. Be...Read more »
Have been paying for my 2 daughters since Sept. of last year without any type of legal documentation. Wife moved against my wishes to Idaho while I went back to San Diego (we were in Italy) as am in Navy, but she committed to working on our marriage. I trusted her but it seems as she just said... Read more »
It sounds as though she did trick you, in order to establish residency in Idaho. I don't know what was going on at the time she wanted to move back to the states between you two. But it doesn't matter now. She has filed for divorce, in Idaho. Here are some suggestions, with the most...Read more »
Lease holder left truck here during bankruptcy which was complete about 6 months ago. He and I have each contacted the owner (Chrysler corp) several times and requested it be picked up. Each time they say yes but fail to collect it. I would like to be paid for storing the truck or put a claim... Read more »
I would try contacting the local Chrysler/Dodge dealership and see what instructions they give you and follow that. I don't know of any law in Idaho, giving you the right to place a lien on personal property which you gave permission to store a pickup on.
I am a practicing member of the Idaho State Bar, my friend and have multiple lawsuits I can reference pleadings for if I need to. However, a "Template?" I'm sorry, no set of facts are the same; and, even the Rules of Civil Procedure have changed, just since my last suit. So, it...Read more »
I had an accepted purchase offer on a home I am buying. The home was advertised with a lifetime warranty on a metal roof. Prior to closing, I found out there was no permit on file for the new roof and the roof warranty was not a lifetime. The owner is not able to provide receipts for the roof in... Read more »
The fact that you closed on the property even knowing that the property did not have 50 years left on the roof, will be used against you as an "affirmative defense," if you sue to get out of the contract. You may have a breach of contract claim, if you can show that the 50 yr warranty...Read more »
Your daughter is too young to have sex with a 21 year old man, period. IF the father permits them to live together, as "house mates," no foul. If the father allows them to sleep in the same bed, that is illegal and NO the girlfriend has NO liability, because she has NO rights to your...Read more »
Every contract for the sale of a car, includes "small print" provisions. If you carefully read all of the "fine print" provisions of the "extended warranty" addendum to the contract, it SHOULD say somewhere that after four months, the company may raise the payment to...Read more »
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