The polygraph was requested by the defendant he has not been arrested the investigation has not been turned over to the grand jury but the law enforcement States that the investigation is been concluded
Polygraph results are not generally admissible in any court in Alabama. They are not generally considered reliable evidence. Under certain rigid circumstances opposing parties may stipulate that polygraph results are admissible, but the judge has the discretion to allow or refuse the stipulated...Read more »
I am separated from my husband which is a police officer and I have begged his chief and the mayor for help to stop him and they sweep it under the rug,They know he does it on duty,uses their car and leaves the city to chase me,he has been arrested for domestic violence and still has his job and... Read more »
You are not the first person to face this problem, and you will not be the last. However, assuming that the facts are as you say, a good, aggressive plaintiff's lawyer stands a good chance of filing suit and winning and getting you meaningful relief and damages. Naturally, these kinds of...Read more »
It depends on the length of time the trailer has been there and on the presence or absence and nature of any communications between the landowner and the owner of the trailer. Here's the principle involved:
Adverse possession, sometimes colloquially described as "squatter's...Read more »
He wanted to insure that she had a place to live, should something happen to him. Now, she has late stage Alzheimer's, and is living with his sister. He and I want to sell the house and relocate. Is it possible to do so, without her signing off? Her name was never on the loan for the house.
If your husband's mother's name is on the deed, then the house cannot be sold without her signature. To make matters worse, her signature on the deed would not be valid anyway, because she is of unsound mind and is incapable of entering into legal transactions. Someone would have to...Read more »
The answer depends on the reason the officers state was the reason they pulled you over. IF, and that's a big IF, the officers had no legitimate reason for the stop AND IF they admit that, the marijuana they seized should not be admitted into evidence against you. If, on the other hand, the...Read more »
It shouldn't but it might. The only way to tell if it did is to examine your credit report from all three major credit reporting companies. If it shows on there you should submit a written explanation to the credit agencies. They have to place it in your file. Will they place it in your...Read more »
The Landlord sold property out from under me,&had said that I could buy the property & home ,having first choice of buying. The Landlord has made things inhabitable&unsanitary by cutting off the water. I dont know if property has sold or not, because Landlord has lied & mislead me... Read more »
The standard drill would be for me to tell you to hire a lawyer but I can tell you can't afford one. We do have legal aid in some counties in Alabama, but with your response due tomorrow (well, today, now - Tuesday) you don't have time to go to them to see if you qualify....Read more »
You have not provided enough information to permit an answer. Has this happened or are you afraid that it might happen? If it has happened, what did the judge do? An attorney failing to appear in court is a very serious matter. There either is or is not a legitimate reason for his or her...Read more »
No, you can't. A joint owner who pays taxes on jointly owned property does so on behalf of himself and his co-owners. Your only remedy is to hire a competent real estate trial lawyer to file a suit for partition under the provisions of sections 35-6-20 through 35-6-66 Code of Alabama 1975....Read more »
The girl that "sold" it let them pay her in narcotics for starters and then she wrote a receipt as if they paid her the actual money. I was unaware untill I kicked the girlfriend out then the "buyer" showed up. (Over 6months later) said they bought it and moved in.. The... Read more »
You haven't given enough specific facts to permit a specific answer. For example, we don't know who owns the land the trailer is located on, and we don't know exactly what the paper says that your ex-girlfriend gave them and we don't know whether you or your parents still have...Read more »
I am one heir to our mothers estate who died 11/11/2015. As I understand a previous post, Alabama real estate automatically passes to the heirs after 2 years which is close approaching. The estate is still in probate; real estate has not been sold which is the primary asset in the estate. I would... Read more »
What you need is a real flesh and blood lawyer, and not an anonymous internet board. While we love to help people, your problem has too many moving parts. You do have only 9 months to file a disclaimer as to inherited real estate. There is no two year automatic transfer rule. Real estate passes...Read more »
My son was arrested for domestic violence by strangulation in alabama, when he went back a month later trying to file charges on his wife for domestic violence by strangulation the sheriff's deputy refused to write a report even though he had proof and they knew she was guilty because she had... Read more »
Some judges, Clerks and law enforcement offices read the law as though it prohibits a person from filing a retaliatory domestic violence case. Others do not. There is a difference of opinion, and I don't know whether one of our appellate courts has answered the question. It is my opinion...Read more »
Just offhand, it doesn't sound fair, but you haven't provided enough details to enable anyone to answer your question. All we could do would be to guess at what factors might have influenced your sentence.
WARNING: I am not your lawyer and providing you with the generic...Read more »
In answer to the first question, yes, the person who made the offer can back out so long as the owner has not accepted the offer, in writing, Before acceptance, the offer can be withdrawn at any time, for any reason, or for no reason.
The second question is slightly more difficult. The...Read more »
That's easy. Foreclosure cuts off all prior liens, except tax liens, unless the IRS is notified in advance of the foreclosure in the special way they require, and then they will be cut off as well. No one can remove liens from the Probate records, they are there forever, but the foreclosure...Read more »
They had him on a misdemeanor and found out Ms had a warrent on him so there holding him for them but I'm being told 10 different things about how long they can hold him before they have to release him since the judge released him on his charges he got here
This is kind of a weird area of criminal practice. Its not a question of law. Its a question of bureaucratic policy and procedure. The jail, which is run by the sheriff, will hold him and tell Mississippi they have him. They expect Mississippi to come and get him. If Mississippi doesn't...Read more »
No, he can't. Both signatures will be required to convey title to the new owner.
WARNING: I am not your lawyer and providing you with the generic information, definition, clarification or explanation you seek about a legal matter on this anonymous forum does not make me your lawyer....Read more »
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