I had an incident that happened August 24 at a local Levi’s store. My attorney took the claim and after eight months he doesn’t wish to represent me anymore now I am stuck with medical bills, but he isn’t seeking a lien. My type of claim is a little difficult so, it is difficult for me to... View More
Look for a local attorney to help you in your area. You may need to pay to file the case in court if an attorney agrees to take a "difficult case" (as you say) if the demand letter is not get accepted. Or Small claims court up to $10,000 for yourself without an attorney is an option for...View More
Yes you can do a blood test if you wish, but they will probably make an arrest and take you to station to do the tests at the station. You can refuse all tests but then you will be charged with a Refussal, then they can still do a forced Blood Draw with a warrant.
The police was called but they went on to say hes has a curfew to bring my car back and if not by a specific time they will go out and find the car and take him to jail..but he slapped me and took my car, thats theft if i didnt willingly give them to him..they were taken by force in front of... View More
This is a DV case - domestic violence for sure, you may want to call the police and report this. not sure about grand theft and who owns the car need more facts- but you are a victim and should call the police to report all this and make a record of it with them. Take Care.
My friend was in a family plan with friends including her ex-boyfriend. Her account needed to be paid for the month with $40. Due to the break up of her boyfriend, her ex's best friend said that she needed to pay a transfer of $20 to get out of the family plan plus $40 for that month's... View More
I completed my training on a J1 visa on 6/30/2017 which is the end date on my DS-2019. I have obtained a 212e waiver for the 2 year home country requirement. I am awaiting my future employer to file for H1B. Can I stay beyond the 30 day grace period as the I-94 has "duration of stay"... View More
Not sure of your question if you are asking for money or to correct the problem, you should bring the forged document issue to your divorce attorney to raise in court before the judge. Might not be able to get money from your wife in a civil suit is your divorce still pending or issued and final.
Sent from Cali to Arizona. He vacuum sealed everything yes however he still knows what he did is absolutely stupid and possibly threw his entire life away over something to minuscule. He has his medical card the intent was to have it for himself while he visits his friend in AZ. He is fearing the... View More
Yes you need to contact an experienced Federal Criminal Attorney to assist you as soon as possible. It is too soon to discuss best and worst case scenarios without having all the evidence, charges and files reviewed by an attorney. The fact that he has a medical card is helpful but does not explain...View More
The bond the judge put a 1275 hold on him well when he went to court they lifted the hold and dropped one of his cases so then his bail was 20000 and I went through a diff bail bonds and bailed him out again as they posted that bond the detectives went and rearessted him on a bunch of charges human... View More
Please contact an attorney as soon as possible, an experienced attorney can work with the bail company. It is important to get a list of all the charges before he goes to court to do a bail bond hearing and maybe reduce the bail amount.
It is a civil matter- if not paid it goes through civil collections, the standards are different than those in a criminal case. DA - reject and a not guilty are two different results from a criminal case.
I would call/ and or write a letter to find out how to challenge bill process for the...View More
They may try to charge him as an accomplice of the crime, not sure need to hear the facts of the case more but that is what I think based on how you are describing it. You should contact and attorney to help you with the case and to answer any more of your questions.
You need to walk the case on, that means go to court at 8am stand in line to have them pull your case file and sent to a courtroom to see a judge. You can hire an attorney to go with you if you want or you can do this yourself.
Maybe file a small claims court (without an attoney) and get your day in court, not sure of the value of a case, since CA pay for dog (pets) as property, maybe that is why the previous attorney said it is not worth the cost of hiring an attorney.
I own a trailer and I do not own the land. I pay lot rent monthly. The landlord passed on and his daughter has now taken over. My mom stays with me most of the time. I've not signed a lot rent agreement since I moved in(3 yrs ago and it was with him not her) and even then I believed the... View More
If it is stated in your contract that you rent the any tenant needs the approval of the landlord then - yes. But the issue will be on what basis the landlord would deny someone from living with you. Try to talk to the landlord, maybe it might be on the number of people living with you and the...View More
I had sea food at a local restaurant and got sick , initially owner said they will pay doctor bills and pay for my loss of wages, since I was off work for 5 days, they are now avoiding calls, I spoke to a personal injury lawyer and was told I could recover my medical cost fees and that my legal... View More
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