Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hello – I am terribly sorry for your situation. You should contact an attorney immediately in order to discuss causes of action. We are available if you would like to speak further.
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hi - I'm so sorry for your loss, that is awful. There are many factors that may permit you to initiate a suit. You can call an attorney to get some more insight as well as a referral to an attorney in your area.
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hi - you need to think of your band as being similar to a marriage. If there are assets (equipment, recording contract or incoming revenue streams), and there is a breakup, there are going to be disputes on how the assets will be split up. If you are in that position, congrats! That indicates that you are seeing some success with your endeavor. However, it would be prudent to have an agreement between the members that solidifies what would occur if there was a break-up, etc. It can also include...
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hi - if they are threatening a warrant, there is a good chance you are going to be charged with a violation of the law. They are most likely attempting to speak with you prior the charge(s) being filed in order to get a statement from you, which can only hurt you at this point. Once charges are actually filed, your right to counsel automatically attaches to the situation, and the police would not be permitted to speak with you. I would highly suggest you retain counsel in order to speak on your...
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hi - so sorry to hear about her ticket. If she has a permit, or is a junior driver, a conviction for that ticket will result in her permit being revoked. You should seek counsel in order to attempt to get the ticket reduced to a non-moving violation, which will not have a negative impact on her status. Good Luck! -Jon
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hi - New York has never had the ability to get a criminal conviction sealed absent a drug diversion program. However, in the near future, you may be eligible for sealing under a new statute that will be effective in the fall. Feel free to call the office to discuss further.
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hi there - an agent's commission can be between 10 and 20 percent, depending on what type of project is procured. Each agent or manager should have a commission structure in their agreement. I hope that helps!
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Yes, it is very likely. A driver also faces a suspension at their arraignment, which is the first court appearance. This is called a pre-conviction suspension, and will apply if the BAC is .08% or higher. If there is a refusal, there will also be a suspension as well as a 1 year revocation as a result. Then, there are additional suspensions as a result of a conviction, even on a reduced offense. You should consult an experienced attorney in order to get further advice.
Jonathan Bradford Ripps' answer Hi - yes, if one uses a stolen prescription pad, there are several felonies that are being committed. If one is under investigation for that conduct, it is imperative that you contact an attorney in order to weigh your options and get sound advice.
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