Can I sue someone for IIED if the person I was having a conversation with recorded the conversation (a conversation in which I was saying bad things) and this person sent the tape of the conversation to my boss, which then led to me being fired?
The actions of person who recorded your statement, although perhaps unethical, does not rise to the level required to bring an action for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Conduct that could support such a lawsuit must be so extreme and outrageous as to go beyond all possible bounds of...Read more »
In receipt of psilocybin, microdose, from Canada to New York. The package was confiscated at US Customs but repackaged and delivered to the residence. Then a few days later a notice was received saying, ..."You will be receiving correspondence from our fines, penalties, and forfeitures branch... Read more »
Once the State had brought charges, the prosecution of the case is in their hands despite you asking to drop it. However, if you contact the ADA handling your matter or the court’s victim advocate, you can request the charges be dropped or reduced to a violation without an OOP as a condition....Read more »
The case is a minor traffic accident. The prosecutor filed charges based on here say. They know the witness, keeps lying to everyone about what happened, and have done nothing. And the prosecutor, attached somebody else’s juvenile record to my file. Because we’re both Hispanic, and have the... Read more »
If your tenants do not have the protection of an unexpired current lease and are not rent regulated, you may commence a holdover proceeding to recover possession of the apartment. Strongly recommend retaining an experienced landlord/tenant attorney to assist you with the process.
I have a hand written contract signed by myself and the other party. The contract states I made a down payment of $2300 for concrete work on my property. The check was cashed and in the memo it states it's for a concrete patio. That was in may and no work has been done. I just keep getting... Read more »
Speedy trial is only applicable when your attorney does not consent to adjournments and requests the ADA to take the time until the next court appearance. If your attorney has consented to any of the adjournments for strategic reasons these days would be excluded from the speedy trial calculation....Read more »
So my former job accused me of stealing 400$. They had me come in for a meeting today, showed me video proof of stealing cash on multiple occasions, even though I don't remember doing any of that. I ended up playing ball because they told me that they wouldn't involve third parties if I... Read more »
This person works for social services and printed out my application for assistance (with all personal info on it including ss#) and gave it to her sister to use in court ordered mediation for divorce. The employees name (the suspect) was on the top of the page as logged in user at the agency. And... Read more »
Yes, you should definitely speak with an attorney. Your situation sounds complicated and you would need to give all the facts to an attorney, who can represent you. It sounds like there is way more going on here than you can type in the "Ask a Lawyer" section. However, to answer your...Read more »
Try to learn what the protocols and procedures for your trial will be. Familiarize yourself with the case material and the rules. Mock trials can differ in depth according to the academic level. Based on the level of your mock trial, you may need to make rulings on certain things. Is evidence...Read more »
You can only be sentenced up to one year in county jail for each misdemeanor. Sentences must run concurrently if each crime was committed by the same act. You cannot be sentenced to prison for a misdemeanor.
I filled my own 30.30 motion 04/11/2022 I never waived my rights and also stated on record I want to attend my grand jury and testify on my behalf…I was also re-arrested held for 16 days then released with no charge
Hello - while I of course do not know the specifics of your case, if you have an attorney (assigned or private) it is possible they filed a waiver of speedy trial in an effort to encourage negotiations. If you are in Columbia County, they do things quite differently, so reach out to your attorney...Read more »
Do you work for NYS? Do you have any reason why an investigator from NYS would be calling you? Do not speak with anyone before speaking with an attorney for proper guidance. You should immediately consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer in regard to this matter. You can always reach...Read more »
They have no evidence and they said they had a arrest warrant for a year but just now picked him up. The situation was basically self defense long story short. He definitely needs a lawyer but we are very low income. Is there anyway out of this?
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