The decision to charge criminally belongs to the District Attorney. Whether they would pursue charges in this case is unknown. A full examination of the fact would be necessary to even guess what the DA might do. Child Endangerment might apply....Read more »
If you are driving on public streets, you need a license.
You have a right to use public streets and highways. The government has the right to regulate the usage of those streets and highways by ensuring citizens have a minimum level of competence of knowledge of the rules of the road....Read more »
Husband took ill while driving car and taken to hospital. Daughter who wasn't on rental agreement was driving car back to hotel and got in accident. Car company say we are liable for cost of car, which is a lot of money. Can they sue us in our absence? And what would happen if we can't pay it?
Yes, you can be sued in your absence. The rental car company can take the judgment, bring it to CA and have the CA courts recognize it and enter a new judgment that the British judgment is enforceable, then your bank accounts can be levied, your wages garnished, and liens placed against your...Read more »
You can go to the medical records department of the hospital, assuming that is where she was, and fill out the form to request the records. Make sure that you check all of the boxes for every different type of record (progress notes, nurses notes, physicians order, medication administration,...Read more »
Me and wife were served a summons for a civil lawsuit for an outstanding hospital bill from 10/13. We have no assets, don’t own our home and I am on SSDI wife is unemployed and has pending SSDI claim. We have no way of paying this. Is it in our best interest to file a response to this summons or... Read more »
You appear to have a viable defense. The statute of limitations is 4 years on a written contract. Code of Civil Procedure section 337. Whether or not you agreed to extend the statute or it has been tolled by your progress payments is unknown....Read more »
Mediation is over and If you have not received your settlement in 70 days or real news in the status of the settlement? What should I ask if my lawyer for proof his working on it or has the money already something on paper? I already ask what is the status of my settlement in a letter the... Read more »
The day after I dropped it off he gave it to his friend. I found out a day after he did this. He won’t give me the rescue contact information to get my dog back. He says I have to pay him $300 for the. Dog before he gets it back from the rescue place. I have proof on messages an papers I made a... Read more »
My old attorney held back half of my settlement for a "lien" his employee claimed for working on my case. The lawyer was paid in full. Despite my not wanting him to hold my settlement he waited 6 months to deposit them with the court. Now he is suing me for the interplead fees and the release of... Read more »
If a third party has a lien, which is either created by contract, by statute, or by equity, then the attorney has to either hold the money until the lien is resolved, or to interplead it. It is unclear why an attorney's "employee" would have a lien. Nevertheless, to only safe way to resolve...Read more »
You can "date", by which I mean, go out, have dinner, talk on the phone, hold hands, etc. You cannot engage in any form of sexual contact or you risk going to prison for statutory rape or other related sex crime....Read more »
You should ask an Oregon attorney, and/or the City or County at issue. Oregon Revised Statute 609.205 provides that ". . .a city or county may prohibit by ordinance the keeping of wildlife, as defined in ORS 496.004 (Definitions), and may prohibit by ordinance the keeping of exotic animals as...Read more »
Owner had no ID so we chipped the dog with my name etc. He is homeless ,the owner, and has got the dog impounded several times and ive helped recover her financially etc. He has now been in jail 5 months and I have kept her with me. I dont want to give her back due to his neglect. What rights do I... Read more »
Nice of you to take care of the dog. You have no right to claim it as your own. You have induced reliance by the dog owner to your custody of the dog for her benefit. You now wish to take advantage of that reliance by claiming that the dog is yours. You don't get to own somebody else's dog...Read more »
A neighbor with an aggressive small dog attacked the neighbors mastiff. The mastiff charged back. She called animal shelter and they sent a man. When she opened the door. The dog bite him.. Can they do this. He thought he was protecting his master and home
Yes, they can do this. Your friend has an obligation to control her dog when strangers ring the doorbell. Your friend is entitled to a hearing. Conditions can be placed upon her ownership of the animal, or the animal can be euthanized.
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