the judge used a dead person as a witness in a criminal domestic trial is that lawful and also I thought they have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt they took hearsay of my baby mom and the doctor said there were no signs of strangulation the police said the something and she also contradicted... Read more »
My mother passed away Nov 16th my brothers were supposed to give me 300,000 so I if a divorce would not be homeless it was a personal wish of my mother. I even hired an attorney but my brother with the funds the most said I don't care about you And I wrote one more letter for him to explain... Read more »
Generally, employment is at-will. This means that you can quit at any time for any reason or no reason at all but you can also be fired at any time for any non-discriminatory reason or no reason at all. Unless you have a contract that requires something different, you should be able to just quit...Read more »
My roommate had a dog and she started neglecting him. Leaving him in his crate for two to three days at a time with no food, water, or bathroom breaks. The rest of our house was taking care of him and he became so anxious from her neglect that he was attacking other animals that either live here as... Read more »
Some of the hearings are being held remotely via zoom. Otherwise they are proceeding pretty normally in most counties. You should have an attorney assist you with this situation so you don't get revoked.
I was behind the bus but passed it before it started to slow down or put on it’s lights. I received a call for cop who told me the bus driver gave them my plates but I could fight the ticket in court. I have no witnesses as I was alone in my car. Is it possible to fight and win this? I was... Read more »
For enhancement purposes the state only needs to prove there was a conviction. For the new charge they have to prove the offense, but don't need pictures to do so. You could be convicted on testimony alone.
It’s impossible to say without more information. If you have your case number available a call to a lawyer could be informative. In the future the night before an appearance in criminal court isn’t the ideal time to decide it’s worth taking seriously.
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