You would be unable to keep the deposit. The money is not yours. There are procedures to turn the money over to the State of New Jersey as unclaimed funds. It is important to follow those procedures properly. Not handling a security deposit properly can lead to your former tenant having grounds...Read more »
she told me basically to sign over POA to the lawyer....sorry but she has been the main contact and i am very unhappy so no i wont sign POA and I am attending to collect my money...she even tried saying since I am using them for the house I am also buying they usually keep the money til after that... Read more »
As previously stated tinted windows is a no point ticket. It is also an invitation to be pulled over. This can lead to you being required to pay multiple fines just to have tinted windows, and in the event, there is ever a reason to search the car/spot any contraband in plain view more serious...Read more »
It depends on the nature of the recusal. If the judge recused himself due to a personal conflict in the case then a different criminal judge in the vicinage would likely be assigned. If the recusal is based on the inability to get a fair trial in the vicinage then it is more likely the case will...Read more »
Drug court judges are judges of the Superior Court. They are assigned to the criminal division. They generally only hear drug court cases due to the docket size. They are allowed to hear other criminal matters.
Short answer: no. Once a criminal complaint is filed then the matter is handled by the County Prosecutor and not a private litigant. The prosecutor may be willing to plea bargain but the end result will be a plea on the record before a judge. Any sentencing will be done by the judge....Read more »
It would be a good idea to consult an attorney. There are policies limiting the ability of prosecutor's to plea bargain a traffic offense with a probationary driver. In speeding cases, there might be defenses an attorney can use once they have all the information. Many attorneys offer a free...Read more »
Typically the court will consider this clerical error and it will not affect the validity of the ticket. Depending on the charge listed on the ticket it will be wise to hire an attorney. Many offer a free consultation.
I got pulled over for running a red light even though I just turned on red on a light that I’m able to turn on red but the officer pulled me over but gave me a ticket for unclear license plate even thought I know I didn’t do any thing wrong should I fight it and will the officer be notified if... Read more »
The officer will be notified if you plead not guilty as they will have to make themselves available to testify. Depending on how you turned right you might have gotten pulled over for doing a "rolling stop." The ticket which was written may have been the office being nice by giving a less serious...Read more »
More information is needed to properly answer this question. It likely would involve having to pay a consultation fee to an attorney. Many attorneys will apply that consultation fee to the initial retainer if they are retained to represent you in the matter. Hiring an attorney may be in your...Read more »
I am 21 years old graduating with a 3.8 gpa from Rowan University with a very bright future. I have no prior charges and plenty of professional contacts that can vouge for my character. It would fall under a 3rd degree bad check offense. How likey is this case dismissed? PTI?
It would be rare that the case is dismissed in superior court. The facts of your case will be a heavy factor in whether you are granted PTI. Depending on whether you have had your first appearance the charges may have been downgraded to a dp offense.
It would depend on the reason the executor had for lowering the price. To provide an accurate response to your question would require much more information. If you are concerned about whether the executor is acting properly you should consult with an attorney.
Hello , in November 2017 I was pulled over for having fake plates . I rented a bmw, and had the bmw under my insurance for the rented time. I did not know the plates were fake. The car was seized from the police. The women who rented me the car also got arrested , but I’m stuck with tickets and... Read more »
You can borrow the money from friends or family and get a new court date assigned. You can also attend court when it is in session and ask (beg) the judge to set a new court date without requiring the bail payment. It is uncommon for judges to reduce the bail when the warrant is for missing a...Read more »
attorney Nachbar has given a correct answer. Judgments filed in Trenton are a lien on real property for 20 years. You should consult an attorney to get answers about the transfer of the real estate. They will be able to help make the sale go smoothly.
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