A person commits the offense of false imprisonment when, in violation of the personal liberty of another, he arrests, confines, or detains such person without legal authority. It is considered a felony offense and carries a punishment of 1 - 10 years in the penitentiary (as long as the victim is...View More
If you are not happy with your lawyer(s) you can fire them by notifying them in writing, such as with a letter or email. Sometimes a lawyer can help you keep more of the settlement money for yourself by asking the medical providers to share in the costs of recovery by agreeing to reduce the bills...View More
The short answer is yes. Even though the other car wasn't moving, so technically your weren't "following" it, anytime you hit another vehicle in the rear end you generally will be cited for following too closely.
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Long story short, I received a DUI exactly 10 yrs/1 mo ago and I have never been to court for it. So obviously I know I have an FTA (Most Likely) When I log in to the cities website and go to pay fines off, I then enter my License # and my DOB, which brings up two citations, one for Failure to... View More
On top of the Failure to appear suspension that is possible, it is also likely that the court has ordered a bench warrant for your arrest. If you turn yourself in, it is likely that you will be able to bond out soon after processing. If you hire a local attorney, they may be able to simplify the...View More
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