So I got a mustang that is outfitted like a police car, but none of the lights are functional and there is no siren. It says police on the side however it has no markings for a state or county. It is a replica of the transformers 5 mustang police. It's basically a show car. I drove it and got... Read more »
You are not likely to be charged with impersonating an officer unless you were clearly acting like a jack ass and doing so, however, I can see cops taking offense to this and pulling you over/possibly arresting you.
You say it is a show car so make it that. With regards to the tints, that...Read more »
Legally? No, although I think this is an issue ripe for appeal now. Many states are having legal problems with distinguishing industrial hemp buds from marijuana buds and it’s a likely issue to get into our appellate system soon, which will create controlling caselaw on the issue... we will see...Read more »
Yes but you won’t win. In this case, any actual defamation has yet to take place and the damages foreseeable are minimal. Finally, they have a defense for defamation also… Truth. Sorry but this is not your best case. Feel free to call if you want further advices.
No, his ex is not related to you. Not biologically aren’t any other way. I don’t know how this is so much family law question; seems rather a genetics question... am I missing something here? If so and confidentiality is an issue please feel free to call me at 1-855-948-0100; I can do free...Read more »
Several, including but not limited to the following, however it should be noted that there are MANY MORE FACTORS NEEDED TO GIVE AN ACCURATE ANSWER. NAMELY, WHO WAS IT TO HAVE ALLEGED TO THREATEN A JUDGE? (the defendant? if so the charges? a lawyer? a person in the courtroom? WHAT COURT WAS IT IN?...Read more »
Well to be honest, just like in the federal government legislative branch is responsible for creating lot. Short of running through progress, I would suggest calling your local congressman or congresswoman and speaking to them about it. That is their job, to represent their constituents i.e....Read more »
About 20 of my business accounts and freezing one. Is this a criminal offense? I think it meets the definition of fraud and falsifying documents which is a criminal offense not. civil one. Am i correct??
Was the judgment entered on the merits or on default? Your question is impossible to answer without knowing that. Henning said the same, if the judgment was injured on the merit you must have filed a notice of appeal within 30 days or you cannot appeal the decision is final. This concept is called...Read more »
I now learned from neighbor that she took in a new partner and she previously told me that she will pay half the rent and her first partner will pay half and pay the rent owned previously. Looks like she threw him out
Do I have to allow this new person to live... Read more »
This is very simple for a landlord tenant attorney to do; Our office handles the entire thing for $720 flat. In your situation because it is a month-to-month tenancy you may end up with 30 days notice, as you can the other party. At this point, all you need to do is provide 10 days notice to cure...Read more »
My ex-boyfriend took 5 checks from me and wrote them out to himself. Signed my name and everything. The total loss was $3095. I have made a claim with my bank, what is the best course of action to hold him responsible and get my money back?
Our firm routinely handles these small claims cases for a flat rate of $725.
I’m NY, small claims court has subject matter jurisdiction over amounts in dispute between $0 and $5000; civil court between $5000 and $25,000, and supreme court in New York entertains cases where the amounts...Read more »
The mother wants 17 percent of my income to supplement her income most likely because she can't go out drinking 3 times a week. If she can not afford to raise my son half of the week I would much rather he be with me full time to make sure his life is as good as possible. We were never married... Read more »
Ticket was running a stop sign causing an injury crash. I was never served by a police officer. The clerk handed it to me with the police report. Am I still legally responsible? Should I get an attorney?
1. It depends on the circumstances - I or any other criminal attorney can give you an answer on this - just call for a free consult - text - consult to 914-912-1555 and myself or my traffic guy Michael Palumbo will get back to you; 2. You definitely need to speak to someone (I will speak to you...Read more »
Hi, I'm a college student living with three other college students in the downstairs apartment of a two-apartment house. The situation is that after we signed the lease for the apartment, the landlords couldn't find anyone to live upstairs, so they decided to sell the house to a young... Read more »
It depends on the terms in your lease. Generally he has to give you a reasonable notice to enter your apartment… This is normally 24 hours. The answer is pretty simple though, if you made it clear to him that you wanted to keep the property, then you have what we call “ rights to the property...Read more »
This is exactly the type of situation where we are often hired on a small initial hourly retainer (atty = $180.00/hr and paralegal = $75.00/hr) of like $320 and we simply solve the issue for you. If it ends up in litigation you can get attorneys fees back, but I bet a few phone calls a letters and...Read more »
I am on Parole and due to a call my fiance made during the beginning of our relationship, my loudness due to hearing problems I was not aware of got her scare. We have been living together before for 3 years.the reason I am on parole is because I left NY to go with her to NC with out permission,... Read more »
It really depends on whether or not there is a TPO in place and, more importantly, whether the stairway provision has been struck from the TPO or not. If it has not, a lawyer can easily make a motion in the Family Court to have to stay away provision taken out of the order so U2 may stay together....Read more »
In the past 8 years my sister has maybe seen my nephew 9 times. She has been drug dependent for years, in and out of jail and is currently incarcerated however will be released in October. She will not relentquish her rights. However I dont believe it is in his best interest to be with her when he... Read more »
Well, she will have to file something called a petition to modify a permanent order of custody. Just to get into court she will have to show a “substantial change in circumstances”; you and your lawyer will have an opportunity to re-but this. If she does manage to get the case in the court is...Read more »
Apartment just tested positive for lead, I am pregnant and have a three year old so I told the landlord we could not live there safely and wanted to void the lease. Landlord is not following EPA RRP guidelines to fix it and instead is just going to paint and scrape the windows affected. She will... Read more »
Yes. Call me or another Landlord / Tenant / Civil Litigation Attorney (someone who knows how to do a trial) and we will take care of it. In this sort of case I would do a free phone consultation and or a free in person consultation and would require a flat rate of $620 to get you back the security...Read more »
No is the short answer, but anything that may be exculpatory must be included in discovery pursue it to Brady versus Maryland. Furthermore, however, any statements you made the People wish to introduce as evidence must be listed (if not on the accusatory instrument itself, as there are many types...Read more »
My car was damaged by the a large ceiling piece falling on it. There is no camera. After car damage, nobody called us, they just cleaned up, leaving some debris. There is police report, and many pictures taken. I asked around and nobody "knows anything". The superintendent was fired after... Read more »
I agree with Ms. Shay. Town and village porch have a jurisdictional small claims limit of $3000 however you may use any city court located within the county where the incident arose and sue for $5000. You can definitely record the amount your deductible went up and over time as well and likely...Read more »
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