Typically, backgrounds go back 10 years for credit and 7 years for criminal convictions but that can be longer depending on the job, responsibilities, etc... If it is expunged, or deferred adjudication was successful, then they will not see it at all. The State is restricted by statute to even...Read more »
I was unaware the sign was even up (It wasn't up the morning before), til I noticed the officer setting there and I glanced out my window just in time to catch a glimpse of the stop sign as I passed it, it was 6:50a.m. and there was no persons present and as I passed the school there was only... Read more »
He is not obligated to give you a warning. The stop sign is an iconic symbol and designed in a fashion that it allows people to see the sign in plenty of time to stop. Street signs are typically not the responsibility of the school district to maintain, unless it is in their parking lot, however,...Read more »
You should contact a criminal attorney. There are things you will need to clarify .... out of a window (car, truck, house, etc...) if a vehicle (moving or stationary) ... what kind of bird (protected or not protected) - etc.... Your question is not specific enough for this type of forum and you...Read more »
Venue was transferred to family court in the county where paternity was pending. However judge who ordered the transfer in the same breath set a court date to be back in his court for a review hearing in 90 days. Family judge thought a full hearing and final order was already made due to that... Read more »
I still need 18 credit hours or M.Ed sped. I am being paid as a long term sub in moore public schools and they say they will back pay me once certified.. I am in the ok st dept sped bootcamp. I was offered a different state job with benefits that I really need and if I wait for my provisional... Read more »
You would need to have your return reviewed by a Tax law attorney or a Tax Accountant to determine if you did something in error. You also need to make sure there has not been any other returns made where the kids were claimed, such as if the kids are your step kids then the other parent may have...Read more »
I’m a delivery driver and we leave our cars on when we’re busy. My car was stolen while I was inside. Yes the guy was caught but when I mentioned suing the parents to a friend. (The kid is 13). He told me that I could lose because it is my fault for leaving my car running. Although, yes I could... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney to go through the specifics in more detail. There are other avenues other than larceny of a vehicle such as unauthorized use of a vehicle or even trespass. All issues have potential areas that have defenses, but you need an attorney to guide you through the...Read more »
As a land owner you have the right to defend yourself on your property, however, the first thing to do is call the Sheriffs office in your county and have them come out. They may be able to speak with the dogs owner and resolve the situation without any harm to you, the dogs, or the neighbor...Read more »
You will need to contact an attorney and go through your specific case with them. While there is avenues for change of venue, there is a balance of the two states, justice, interest, evidence, etc.... This forum is not able to get into those specific of details because all issues are different,...Read more »
I agree with Mr. Louden. If you are the legal father already, then contact an attorney for the paternity action to establish custody/visitation. Contact a family law attorney for more guidance in your specific case.
You would need to look at your attorney/client agreement (or engagement letter) - More than likely you have agreed to payment. If the attorney did any work on your case then that is services in which they are due money. If you truly feel you have a case against this attorney then you have to...Read more »
We had a temporary order put into place for a 2-2-3 schedule. After that was put into place my sons father stopped doing anything with the courts and it was recently closed due to inactivity. On OSCN it says count 1 and party as my name where it shows the judge closed the case. He is the one who... Read more »
You should consult with a family law attorney. Most will give a free consult and that may be all you need. However, it may require a little more than the consult in order to determine the relevant information in your case. There is a chance you have sole custody for now but that doesn’t mean it...Read more »
My fiance died last sunday,he has a wife but they been seperated gor about 4ish years she lives in another state. He has 4 kids the oldest bein 18,she graduated. We live in his parents home with me him and the kids,his mom and dad,and a brother his wife and 2 kids. The brother and wife brought... Read more »
You will need to hire an attorney to investigate all these issues. Hospitals are usually very stringent on the POA because a general POA normally does not include medical issues. Consult with an attorney sooner than later.
the victim made false allegations, omitted exculpatory evidence, and presented a materially altered protection order to a law enforcement officer to effect an arrest. The first chance Defendant talked to public defender he had him talk to the DA about the exculpatory evidence that negated their... Read more »
They had all they needed to arrest the target of an investigation(a drug dealer), but did not, then wiretapped his phone to find out who his associates were and how they are involved with the target all while allowing the illegal activity in order to bust more than the original suspect. I’ve also... Read more »
In order for the wire tap to be legal there would have to be a search warrant that set up the specific information be sought. Assuming they have that, then yes it is legal. Having what you need to arrest is a subject is a slippery slope that we wont get into here, because every criminal...Read more »
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