Veterans' Court is a great privilege, so consider yourself fortunate. Many Courts dismiss the charges upon completion of the entire Veteran protocol. It will involve doing things other Defendants do not have to worry with. Your lawyer should answer your questions, but the important thing is to...Read more »
You can file a Motion to Modify your Sentence to Unsupervised Probation for the remainder. You need all costs paid perfectly, and the PO or DA can oppose it if they want. These Motions are usually granted if not immediately, then later. I recommend you have a competent attorney file it and...Read more »
Have you performed a title search? Because of permissive use over time there may be a prescriptive use easement for the benefit of the other property, or you may be able to assert none exists. Be prepared to litigate by hiring a competent attorney to look into it. The burdening water use...Read more »
Evidently you pled guilty and paid the Citation. The DOS puts points against your MVR for the last year, and you are only allowed 11. If you get a Notice of Suspension from DOS, hire a competent attorney to get an admin hearing. You cannot remove MVR points.
My niece bought a house in NC, it was sold and bought 4 times before she bought it. No one ever found the Will from 2003 leaving it to family. But now that she is selling it they found it and they want her to cut the price. Is this legal or not?
The LEO must have gotten your information from his computer check of your tag. The Citation may or may not have errors, but its validity is not an issue, irregardless how the LEO drafted it prior to issuance.
Absolutely. A TN Registered Licensed Land Surveyor has a License to allow him to survey virtually anywhere in TN. He is not trespassing. Obviously every landowners' property has common corners to someone else's land.
My GA speeding ticket (84 in a 70) was dismissed through community service and traffic school. I now got another ticket in NC for going 72 in a 55. Will my first ticket be reinstated since it’s only been seven months?
Hopefully not, but where is your License issued? You should hire a competent NC attorney to get the Ticket there dismissed or reduced. Then it has no effect on any DL. It is doubtful NC will talk to GA until the Citation has a disposition, and hopefully will never talk to GA.
What is your question? You do not have a "title 40". That comprises hundreds of Statutes. Hopefully your charge was actually dismissed, which allowed you to expunge the records. It is not automatic, and it can be extremely difficult with lesser included offenses, etc. Hire a competent TN...Read more »
Told there was additional jail time because I decided to fight it in criminal Court, and if I don't take the guilty plea and still found guilty I will have to finish my 48hrs and have more time added? bac wasn't over.20 so what am I looking at 7 days minimum. I know the max
You already know...7 days to serve, on a 11 mo/29 day Sentence. But you also have all the First Offense DUI requirements which are extensive and expensive. At Criminal Court you can file Motions, like Suppression, Discovery, Bifurcated Trial, etc. Giving BAC was a mistake, but maybe consent...Read more »
Sold a friend a vehicle, he supposedly register it but some how only got temp plate, no insurance and got in accident, turns out vehicle still is register to me. Now the other insurance seeking liability from me since its still under my name. Friend stated he title it but never receive new title.... Read more »
Whatever proof you have of selling the vehicle needs to be put together now. You might have a witness or a bank deposit. You will have to defend yourself and it will not be easy. The alleged negligence of your purchaser is also an issue, as well as that of the plaintiff. Comparative...Read more »
The sister is not the executrix here. If there is an actual Probate, then the substitute executrix takes charge, or the Court will appoint someone. If no Probate, then that Will has no effect. Your problem is that your
sister is now in control of both Parents' property due to intestate...Read more »
My 20 year old son threatened suicide by holding a rifle to his throat, but instead shot into the ceiling (we live in a one-family home out in the country) and one other time in the floor. The gun was NEVER pointed at myself or his dad. He was charged with reckless endangerment and aggravated... Read more »
I was ordered to pay support and provide insurance when my son lived with his father for a year. He has been back home with me for almost a year and still paying child support. We went to court and confirmed that he lives with me and at that time I was told I would still have to pay any arrears... Read more »
I received criminal corrections probation but some of my cgarge partners were granted state supervison. I want to know why and if I can appeal it. Have had no prior offenses what so ever and served a year of incarcerated time.
You have probably violated the SOL, and probably have no grounds anyway. Motion for New Trial had to be filed within 30 days of the Judgment of Conviction, although you might appeal the Sentencing only within the same period. You might hire a competent TN attorney to look at it.
You have not been sued nor served yet, so no suit exists at this time. When you get sued, if ever, then you will need an Indiana Attorney. Hopefully whatever is the disposition will not be enforceable here. If a judgment goes down there, then you need a very competent Tennessee attorney to...Read more »
You need to go to the LEO's today. Take your Bank Statements and whatever Prescription evidence you have for relevant periods. You probably need to complain to the Hospital Administrators also, but everyone is going to question why you have waited so long to complain, especially the Bank. A...Read more »
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