Daniel P Leavitt's answer If you are alleging that somebody just stole your money then you should talk to the police where this happened. Good luck. Question needs revision and explanation. But it seems like more of a civil case. However if that's what you're saying is that somebody actually just outright stole your money which is hard to believe, then talk to the police in the location where this happened.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer You should be able to access the file. The online system only goes back to 2000 or so. They should be archived somewhere in Henrico. Call the court and they should be able to help you.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Not sure what you are getting at. You can go online and locate the information usually in the online court database. Records of convictions are kept a long time. I was able to locate a felony conviction from the 70's for a restoration of rights case.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Every court is different on their rules. Some courts have specific requirements. Some courts allow online driving school and some don't. You should have been given instructions to follow.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Check your rental agreement first and also see if the Virginia Landlord Tenant Agreement covers this situation. It may be something you want to retain a lawyer to investigate further as they can tell you what rights you may or may not have and also your liability if you choose to breach your agreement (assuming that it would be a breach and it may not). It's possible the landlord is breaching but you really should pay a lawyer to investigate or do the work yourself on it.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer If they had a 19 in the year spot how were they expired? If the tags were illegal/altered then I doubt you're getting those back and you must be very grateful that you didn't get charged with a misdemeanor.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Every court is different on how they treat 92 in a 70. Some courts give jail time, others convict and suspend the license but don't give jail, and many others will reduce with community service/driving school. Talk to an experienced traffic lawyer in the location where the offense was. Once you hit 90 mph cases get exponentially more serious but what they do is up to the court. There may be a legal defense as well. Good luck.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Every driver in the US is required to comply with the individual requirements of each state they enter. When you enter a state you are required to abide by their laws. So if you bring marijuana that is legal to possess and use from one state where it's legal into a state where it's illegal to possess than you subject yourself to liability if you get caught. The same applies to radar detectors (illegal in some states and not others), speed limits (vary among the states), window tints (vary among...
Daniel P Leavitt's answer It's hard to say on this fact pattern alone. There are certainly fact patterns that can result in both a charge and a conviction if it arises to that level. But it's certainly possible to get charged. Getting charged means there is probable cause which is not a high standard. Getting convicted in a criminal case is guilt beyond all reasonable doubt so it's a much higher legal standard.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Your rental agreement may say something about this issue but it sounds like they're claiming they did give notice so you would be in a he said/she said situation even if there is regulation requiring notice.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Your lease agreement is going to dictate what happens, and also the Virginia Landlord Tenant Act if it applies. You may want to pay a lawyer to consult over this issue as you may have some rights. But if you breach the agreement by having a pet when no pets are allowed then you face getting evicted due to your breach potentially.
Daniel P Leavitt's answer Take pictures at move in and move out. I recently represented clients who were wrongly charged at move out when the landlord tried to keep security deposit money for things that existed before they moved in. Take pictures, and you should follow up with a letter to the landlord with the picture and keep a copy of it explaining those conditions existed prior to you taking possession.
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