A Protective Order also called an Order of Protection can be filed in Family Court, Divorce Court, or Criminal Court. In order to exclude your spouse or significant other from the home, you will need to request an exclusionary order. This will require you to allege specific dates in your...Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best but your question remains open for a week. Although students sometimes seek guidance on Justia, this appears to be a question based on an actual, real-life setting. It would be a federal trial court case. District courts are the first level trial courts in the...Read more »
Your question is very oddly phrased. If you sustained an injury as diagnosed by your physician, by the means that you explained, you have clearly sustained a work injury. If you timely report this injury to your employer, you have a solid Worker's Compensation claim which means that you are...Read more »
You can look on in.gov and see if there are forms. However, it may be wiser to consult with a criminal defense attorney since expunging convictions can get complicated depending on the number of cases as well as depending on the level of the offense there are likely different timelines and...Read more »
By lower citation I am referring to something that I could ask the prosecutor to amend it to that would not carry points. I did renew my registration while the ticket was being issued. I just completely was unaware that it had expired. My email filter apparently took out the emails from the state... Read more »
Expired plates should not add any points to your record since it is not a moving violation. If you have already renewed your plates; I suggest contacting the prosecutor's office and provide them proof. The prosecutor may be willing to dismiss the case for you being in compliance.
After court what are the chances I will go to jail . The items were only worth thirty dollars total. I have no prior criminal record or anything not even a speeding ticket. I am 18 years old. Again the main point of the question is will I go to jail or not, not will this be on my record. Thanks.
You file for a K-1 visa and then after that is approved it is sent to the national Visa Center in New Hampshire for processing, and the file will remain there until the US consulate overseas notifies the NVC that they will acceot the file to be shipped to the consulate for processing. The entire...Read more »
Their name isn't I just trademarked my business name and I recived a cease and dissise letter tell us to change our name or we will get sued. Our name is back to Eden Herb Shop and their name is Eden food. They are not trademarked. Is this trademark Infringement? Can they sue us
I saw her later that day and gave her my insurance information and told her I was intoxicated, she told the officer that I was intoxicated. When I when to the police station the next day to give my statement I told him I was intoxicated when I backed into her car, panicked and left the scene.
Unless the police have more than your admission of being intoxicated, I do not see how you could be prosecuted for an OWI. However, you will very likely be charged with leaving the scene of an accident. From this point forward, you should not speak to your neighbor about the situation, nor the...Read more »
I want to use gears instead of the timer to give somewhat of the same effect but the motor will be constantly on, and I will not have a timer at all. Does this idea infringe on this patent? It specifies the cycler as a timer chip, which I will not be using, so I do not see something wrong with this... Read more »
Hi, this would involve what is called a Non-Infringement Analysis, which involves a careful determination of claim scope and whether what you’re looking to do falls within it. Generally, patent attorneys are able to conduct this type of analysis, and should be able to assist you with making...Read more »
It might not be reflected on mycase.in.gov but a prosecutor is most likely assigned to the case, and you or your attorney know who that is. Sometimes prosecutors get reassigned to other cases or courts.
County coroners office says they did not take pictures of autopsy(only investigative pictures from the scene and they won’t release those) but the sheriffs department did take pics of autopsy. I have requested them and they denied them but I need them to have his case properly investigated.... Read more »
You offer no explanation for asserting that you know autopsy photos exist or why the Coroner and the Sheriff would prevent you from getting them. The easiest way to memorialize your request for the documents is to make a FOIA request. Serve one on the corner and serve another on the sheriff....Read more »
You must be able to prove that the repair shop was responsible for placing the razor blade on your seat. That may not be easy unless you can demonstrate that you were charged for some procedure in the interior of your car that would have required or may have required use of a razor blade. You...Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general rule nationwide, insurance carriers do have the right to not renew policies, whether based on claim history or other factors. For state-specific guidance, you could check with the Indiana Department...Read more »
All parts of the plant are highly poisonous. If you are positive of the plant's identity, your neighbor must be a moron. Nobody would want to assume the liability for causing serious illness or death to humans and pets, irrespective of their age. If it is their property, they have a right...Read more »
It can be used to attack credibility of the witness, however unless there is something more, as long as the witness is accurate with everything else, including identifying the defendant as the violator in Court, it most likely will not be enough to help the defendant.
Under Indiana law, yes you can violate probation or a sentence you have not yet begun to served by violating a consecutive sentence which you are currently serving. Contact your prior attorney or seek new representation to protect your interests.
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