This would include my biweekly paychecks, current bank account, car insurance, and vehicle. I have not been sued yet, but anticipate it happening in the next 3 years. Would it be legal for me to transfer all these assets, to get them out of my name, prior to any lawsuit being filed?
This sounds like fraudulent conveyances. I believe you can be sued for doing this with the knowledge that you are likely to be sued. I would consult an attorney who can analyze all the facts of your particular situation.
Get their probation revoked will their original sentence start all over or will they still be able to use their prior jail/prison time (good time,) towards their original sentence or will they have to start all over and do the full time.
Tell why you don't want to come in. If they say too bad come in anyway, then you have to go in. You have no real control over the situation. If you don't go in, they will report to the judge that you have absconded and a warrant will be issued for you. Good luck!
They knocked on the door and when I answered it they pulled me out an put me on the wall an searched me entered my house saying they got a Anonymous tip that someone else who was on the run was in my house an then latter on(3 hours) got a search warrant for something totally different because they... View More
I agree with Mr. Denison. You would have to have a serious murder charge or be a defendant in a capital case in order to have more than one lawyer. There might a few other serious matters where they would give you more than one lawyer but it is not a frequent occurrence. Good luck with your case.
When you are charged and taken before a Judge, you can request the appointment of the Department of Public Advocacy to represent you. As part of this process, you will need to fill out an Affidavit of Indigence to verify that you are low income do not any means to pay an attorney. Good luck!
We had some major water issues in our lower level in 2006 when Beargrass creek overran its banks due torrential rains and a tarp that was blocking the stream. We repaired the damage and installed a large sump pump and my husband improved the drainage from the house by installing PVC pipe from the... View More
My father in law (who i do not get along with) gave us his laptop cause he never used it. Its been in our home for 6 months and we all use it. A few months back i pawned it for a short loan. My father in law found out and took his purchase receipt to the prosecutor and filed charges. Im now... View More
He fell asleep on his car because he ran out of gas in the middle of the night. An officer stopped and pulled him out of his vehicle and noticed some meth on the ground. The officer said it wasn't there before he pulled him out. He did not find it on my son or in his vehicle. They charged him... View More
Father could be charged with felony in possession of a firearm or handgun. Being in the same house where there are guns is considered constructive possession for purposes of the statute. They need to remove guns from the home or the father needs to move.
In Kentucky, there is a privilege to not not have your spouse testify. You must have been married before the incident in question and still be married the time you would be called to testify. Consult your attorney about all the details to spousal privilege. Good luck.
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