I work for a coffee delivery company where we are provided company vans. I mistakenly drove my van into an interstate where no commercial vehicles are allowed and received 2 tickets. One for driving in a forbidden interstate (Palisades Parkway) and the other for having the company’s advertisement... Read more »
More information would be helpful, but if your employer reported to the police that on that occasion you knowingly disobeyed company policy or instruction, then conceivably you’re personally responsible . You can not rely on the employer to defend you so retain independent counsel right away...Read more »
I tried filling for my spouse before but he was denied because he had a record at 21 yrs old of possession of marijuana. The embassy denied him and told him that he have to wait 7 to 10 years before he can file again so the time has passed and I want to file again. I'm currently receiving... Read more »
I was traveling south bound on my main road while the p/o was conducting a speed radar at a standstill in the middle of the road. Pulls out, follows me 3 cars behind for 3 miles before stating in the police report that he pulled up and seen that I was "looking down on my phone " proceeded... Read more »
More information, such as of the relationship between the alleged victim and the alleged perpetrator and more would have to be known to give a firm answer. A critical factor in a prosecutor's decision to prosecute would be assessing how probable it is to prove such a very,very old accusation.
Hi I’m currently applauding for the Renew of my work authorization with new form is asking me if I had been arrested or comited a crime I was arrested and in 2009 for shoplifting should I said yes to the question but I don’t have any documentation of my arrest what do I do?
You have already given away any chance you might have had to defend so I would not advise talking with the private detective. You should retain a lawyer immediately to possibly avoid prosecution. Good luck.
Generally speaking short of habitual drunkenness, death by auto or some other serious felony, a traffic offense (which DUI is in NJ), a DUI conviction would not be admissible to challenge your credibility as a witness.
I got pulled over and the stated reason was "Your license plate lights are out." I replied that I wasn't aware and thanked her for letting me know. She comes back with a ticket for me. I go home and inspect to find that only one of the lights were out, not both. It seems unfair that... Read more »
Because we have no "right" to be warned of a traffic violation, I don't think a judge or prosecutor will agree that you're innocent on that basis. Pay the fine and costs and in the future perform periodic equipment checks on your vehicle. Good luck to you.
In the course of the stop she gave me 4 tickets, i did not have my license. She accused me of careless driving, improper passing, failure to show license and disregarding officer signal, is there a way to beat this without a lawyer, can i file a complaint against the officer? Im confused because... Read more »
With so many tickets and with serious potential consequences, you are best advised to consult and hire an attorney. Remember this: as worldly and as intelligent as you may be, as a non-lawyer you will be facing a judge who is a lawyer and a prosecutor who is a lawyer as well.
NVC Notify me that my visa is sent to embassy in Aug 2016 till now I have not hear anything if I send e-mail to embassy they reply the are reviewing it, now my fingerprints expired can any lawyer intervene and follow up why embassy not called for an interview
First of all, you are best advised to retain a good attorney to defend the case in court. Such an allegation is not as grievous as other offenses, but in the present political environment, it makes sense to not proceed on your own.
she clims if she goes to jail, she will kill herself. she has two small children. she went to one lawyer and he charges $2500. She has no money and no job. I am willing to help her but do not have $2500. I am her grandmother and on social security
I am very sorry to know your and your daughter's plight. Assuming that she is truly indigent, I would urge her to immediately apply for the services of the Public Defender's Office, which has many dedicated, competent attorneys and investigators, that may provide what your grand daughter...Read more »
Owner hit subjects vehicle and left the sene. Returning some minutes later. Owner lied and told Police that he was the one hit. He later offered the subject $250.00 for damaged, in front of officer. Subject was arrested and given a DWI. Subject never left the parking lot, Nor was subject... Read more »
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