I've had the court to expunge a charge from my record. My ex-wife made copies of these charges and uses them during court proceedings. Since these records are considered sealed, is she allowed to do this and be permissible in court?
When you are notified of her having filed the action, show up and let the court know you don't agree. You have to be notified under the statute. If you weren't notified, file a motion to set aside the order.
Most courts in Kentucky do not care. Kentucky is a no fault state, and so infidelity is usually not an issue. The court can take it into consideration on the issue of Maintenance, and it is occasionally an issue in child visitation, but only in the cases where the child is directly impacted by the...Read more »
Receiving stolen property can either be a felony, or a misdemeanor, depending on the value. If it is a felony, and there is no other issues except the receiving charge, 500 to 10,000 is a class d felony, and carries 1-5 years, 10,000 and up is a class c, and carries 5-10 years. A firearm,...Read more »
If the recording were done in a conversation where one of the parties to it knew it was being recorded, then it is not legally wrong. Kentucky is a one party consent state. If one party is in a two party consent state, then both parties should know of the recording. If the recording is altered in...Read more »
Yes, you can be charged. After you are charged, the question becomes whether you can be convicted. If the purse was yours, and had your ID or other information establishing it was yours, and someone hid drugs in it, then you will, at a minimum, be questioned when the drugs are found. It would be a...Read more »
You can file for protection, but if you make over a statutory threshold you may have to file for a Chapter 13 instead of a Chapter 7. There are a lot of factors that go into this determination, and you need to make an appointment with a lawyer who practices in the District where you live.
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