Class I Felony, Delivery of THC (party to the crime). 18 months probation. I failed 3 drug tests, one of which was my first day meeting with the probation officer, and was never revoked or had a violation hearing. At the time of sentencing I was told that expungement would be available once... Read more »
The law is that you must successfully complete your probation. That differs from whether you were revoked. But given that you were not revoked, I have question about why your case ended up back in front of a judge. Expungement is supposed to happen automatically when the clerk of court receives...Read more »
Put In and had offer accepted. Walked through house again and found growths in closet ceiling and leaks in garage roof. We did not give them the earnest money because we do not have the money to fix roof and interior of house. We brought the issue to the owners attention and they admitted they knew... Read more »
It does not sound like you need a lawyer at this point in time. Many employers would refuse to allow attorney representatives in an interview about an internal matter. If you are an at will employee, that could result in termination. The best advice I can provide is to request your employment file...Read more »
I was pulled over for 1 mile over the speed limit, 5 mins later given a warning. Passenger asked name, gave a false one pulled out the car. Another deputy comes to the car says im throwing white powder out the window makes me get out. I told him I was not giving him permission to search nor... Read more »
More information is needed to provide meaningful advice. You cannot be arrested for (or charged with) possession of prescription medication without having a valid prescription absent probable cause. So unless you had a large number of pills or confessed, it would ordinarily be difficult to get to...Read more »
48 condos have decks, 24 do not. Current bylaws state condo owner is responsible for repair or replacement of their own decks. Now the condo owners with decks want to change the bylaw to say the association will pay the costs which will include all the non-deck owners. How can a bylaw be changed... Read more »
The buyer may sue for specific performance. Alternatively, the buyer may sue for the earnest money and damages. As long as the realtor disclosed the conflict of interest, the relationship is probably not illegal. I suggest you speak with a lawyer.
My phone was seized without a warrant on November 13th 2017 the investigating officer came into the neighboring county (where I live and work) informed me I wasn't under arrest and I could go back to work whenever. After accusing me of something I didn't do I told him I was done talking he then... Read more »
You should file a petition for the return of the phone under Section 968.20 of the Wisconsin Statutes. It is unclear whether there is a violation of the Fourth Amendment. You were told that you were not under arrest and voluntarily handed the phone over. You should have said no.
He was arrested for disorderly conduct during his high school basketball game after removing his jersey and throwing it at his coach and then yelling and swearing and punching a locker on his way to the locker room. I understand that at 17 the state of Wisconsin considers him an adult for the... Read more »
It worked perfectly when we moved. It was Nov and of course we were using heat. Also saying that the stove was missing the heating element, I made pies 8 days earlier. Saying freezer unusable. Buyers from "heck". They are lying. Now he said he already put in a whole new heating system and wants us... Read more »
In early 2016 unknown to me I was issued a citation (apparently mailed to me) for peeling paint on my windows. Early this month I called police for a car accident I was involved in municipality B. After running my driver's license, the police officer told me I had a warrant for my arrest due to... Read more »
All contigencies were met and my loan is approved. Everything is done except the title transfer. Seller says because the contract allows him to take secondary offers he can sell to the secondary bidder.
More information is needed to evaluate the facts in your inquiry. Appraisals are subjective. So it is unsurprising there are different opinions about the value of the home. This is not fraud (misrepresentation is a synonym). It may be negligence. More information is needed to see how negligent the...Read more »
They asked for 2 weeks extension, I complied, they then asked for 30 days extension, I reluctantly complied again. Now that date is nearing and was just informed the seller has a court date set for 2 weeks after this latest extension date to try to get permission to sell. Can I sue to get my... Read more »
We were reluctant to sign the document as we had already "sold" the home and transferred the title/deed. We asked if we could put a "max" on the amount we would cover (i.e. up to $2,000). Our real estate agent indicated that they buyer could still walk away if we didn't sign the amendment. So we... Read more »
You are responsible for the amendment because you agreed to it by signing. It sounds like your agent gave you bad advice. You should consider making a claim with your agent's insurer if you are ultimately on the hook for the $16,000.
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