I’m 16, and i know all of this is going to make me look very bad. Recently me and my friend decided to go to a local grocery store about 5 minutes from my house. I did not have my license for 6 months and I live in Georgia, so it was illegal for me to drive her. While pulling out, i got in a very... Read more »
It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible who can assist you with the specifics of your case and provide you with sound legal counsel. There is a chance that several things may result from this incident.
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This situation involves a personal vehicle and a service vehicle used for business. During the course of the relationship, vehicles were purchased and are currently in the name of one of the individuals. However, the other individual paid for the personal vehicle and is currently making payments on... Read more »
School is not in session so how can this be handled? The other parent is not willing to move to week on/week off like the summer schedule or offer more time with school out. Do I have any legal ground to stand on? There is no recess or reconvene because school is not in session. No mandatory school... Read more »
I agree with my colleague. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances. Additionally, since schools are closed for an indefinite period, conducting classes through a virtual environment and not necessarily recessed for the remainder of the school...Read more »
if my friend who is 17, 18 in a couple of months, have legal actions against them and be forced to return home if they ran away from home? we live in georgia and i read online that a 17 year old can legally voluntarily run away from home. would my family have legal actions against us if they lived... Read more »
My 15 year old grandson was involved in a fight in school with several other boys and now is suspended from school and pending tribunal hearing and maybe alternative school. He's never been in any trouble like this ever before. At best what will most likely happen to him?
Yes, you need to consult and hire an attorney as soon as possible. The court will let you know if you qualify for a public defender. If you do not meet the requirements for acquiring a public defender, it is best to contact a private attorney as soon as possible.
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