Anyone can claim anything. If you have been charged you want to discuss the matter with an attorney who handles criminal cases in the county where the charges have been brought. Otherwise it's not clear what the issue is.
I purchased a Lexus hybrid 5yrs ago and only gotten my car serviced with them.Without any warning or signal of distress, it just started make a rattling sound and my CE light came on.Took it immediately to Lexus dealership who callously told me that my gas cover had a “hairline fracture” that... Read more »
Do Walmart employees have the right to take/steal your personal belongings that you 100% walked into the store with and that you personally own (and have all of the receipts proving that you have boughten them)...
The spouse has the exclusive right, and if no spouse the parents. Why not call a member of the Colorado Assn for Justice like Franklin Azar a call? They give free consultations. Feel free to use my name.
Not usually. Hospitals don't do warrant checks. They will ask for ID , possibly proof of vaccination. I would suggest he get an attorney to help straighten things out or at least avoid getting him arrested if he is stopped for some reason.
you need to find an attorney. As you may have a possible civil case, contact the ACLU, ask to talk to someone who handles "police misconduct" cases, ask them for names of their "cooperating attorneys." Speak to one or more of those.
We are both suing the Hawaii Department of Human Services and some of its employees in federal court. He wants to give opening and closing statements and cross examinations but she wants an attorney to do it. We also both have differing litigation strategies. Can we have the best of both worlds and... Read more »
The individuals should both use an attorney, but if for some reason that is not possible, Federal Courts allow pro se appearances. You may, if applicable, want to fill out the forms to proceed in forma pauperis, which waives most fees.
No 911 never was called and I was not seen my boss told me not to tell nobody but I have to because my vision is not right I know it's not and I'm just afraid to get anybody in trouble but this is not right what do I do
Generally no--it's more like a curse "I wish you to get Covid"
In some circumstances it could be actionable but that would take money because no lawyer would take the case. Spend the money on getting counseling on any fallout, and how to avoid or deal with creeps like the person who said that.
We purchased a piece of land at Eagle Rock Resort in PA in 2017. We paid dues thru our credit card for a year. We told them we are not able to continue anymore due to financial reason and we stopped the payment. Now, we received this civil complaint against me and my husband. Hope you can help us.... Read more »
Frankly, if there are no points you are better off paying it. Judges tend not to favor those who already got a break, and if you were doing almost 30 over or even 20 over they will consider it a monster break.
I'm not sure how you would fight it without the judge knowing that it was...Read more »
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