Brian K Jackson's answer It depends on if it is out of justice or district court. Justice you will start over with a clean slate, district, you will still be on probation unless / until the court of appeals overturns the judgment.
Brian K Jackson's answer The statute listed says it all, which constitutes negligence in the disregard for the safety of the participant. After that is proven, you have to show that there was an injury associated to that. They can't be held liable for anything if there isn't an injury according to the statute. So if you are trying to sue them for just not requiring the kids to wear a helmet, that isn't enough.
Answered on May 1, 2017
Brian K Jackson's answer Now days, if you want a divorce, you can get one granted for about anything. If you feel like it isn't working out, you can get one on the grounds of irreconcilable differences. If you are looking to prove she cheated on you, then that would be an at-fault divorce if you want to prove that they aren't entitled to normal marital assets.
Brian K Jackson's answer You have to be convicted of the crime. If you are just charged the judge may enter restrictions on bail but not likely. If you are convicted, most crimes have it to where you can't possess a firearm under federal law.
Brian K Jackson's answer There are a lot of hoops you have to jump through with adoption and need the right paperwork. You first have to terminate the rights of the father and then you have to go through the procedure and requirements necessary to qualify for an adoption.
Brian K Jackson's answer It depends on the language on how both of you own the property. There are different types of joint tenants. So you could be a joint tenant with right of survivorship or joint tenants in common. The later is more likely as the first one needs to have specific language in order to have a joint tenancy with survivorship.
Brian K Jackson's answer There are a lot of different exceptions and it depends on when the author died, if they ever registered for protection and how long the works have been in the public domain or when they were put in the public domain
Answered on Oct 28, 2016
Brian K Jackson's answer You could file in either state. Since he is an adult, you wouldn't need consent from the parents unless the parents still have guardianship of him. Adult adoptions are tricky and the judge will most likely want a decent explanation as to the reasoning.
Brian K Jackson's answer Are you married on were never married? I assume you aren't. If you are on the title then you have a legal right to. The question is now what kind of agreement you can come to split the vehicle. What you put into the vehicle are good factors to consider.
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