Even if you never told your landlord about the dangerous condition that caused you injury, you may have a legal remedy. In your case, the landlord has actual knowledge of a dangerous condition and that makes your case stronger. If you did not advise of the condition in writing and the landlord...Read more »
During the three year probation period a violation could result in having to serve the additional three years. The sentence you write about is six years to serve, suspended after three followed by three years of probation. Three years is hanging over head until the probationary period is over.
Any intelligent lawyer will say yes. The saying goes, only a fool has himself for a client. However, if you have no criminal history and are willing to burn a get out of jail free card, you can apply for a program to keep your record clean. That is something that can be done without counsel,...Read more »
There was 3 people involved in an larceny crime 2 had it nolle the other one went to jail and was order to pay the full amount of restitution. is it anyway the other 2 should have to pay there share? they were also involved in the crime
No, the person who plead guilty or was found guilty will be responsible for the entire amount. A Nolle is not entered with conditions attached, such as restitution.
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