I gave too much info to the *private* detective and am worried that he will report some friends to the police because i mentioned potentially illegal activities they performed. I did not sign a confidentiality agreement and he wrote it all down on a notepad he was reluctant to get rid of the... Read more »
There is zero confidentiality between you and that private detective because he does not work for you or an attorney that you hired. If you make statements against yourself, that is an admission. If you make statements against someone else, that is hearsay, with some potential exceptions....Read more »
There has to be an exceptional change in circumstances for the court to make changes to child support. Is there an exceptional change in circumstance? It sounds to me like she is forum shopping. If DOR says the amount you are paying is fair and reasonable, I don't think a court will overrule...Read more »
If you were adjudicated for a crime such as a sex offense that requires registration as a sex offender, unfortunately; you must register in any new state that you relocate to. There are strict statutory guidelines that you must follow. If you don't register as required, you can be charged with...Read more »
You can always write to the Judge, but be careful because there is no attorney/client privilege between you and the Judge. In other words, you might be incriminating yourself. I suggest you speak to your attorney or request another Public Defender if you cannot afford to hire a private attorney....Read more »
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