Hire a great DUI lawyer immediately. Your license is in the process of being suspended. A lawyer can get a hearing scheduled and can potentially successfully resolve this for you. Call my office at 866-822-7352. We have many payment plans available and appear all over the State of Georgia.
...I realised he was violent, I broke up with him. After ignoring his texts and calls he sent the compromising photos to my ex-husband on Facebook in a post that was public. My son and his friends saw these photos before my ex deleted them. I deactivated my Facebook account but he apparently took a... Read more »
Son had one drink at a restaurant. Did not even drink it all. He passed out while driving and hit two cars. No one was hurt but him. Both parties was paid good by the insurance company. He woke up handcuff to a hospital bed. He spent about 6 days in jail. Because he was driving a friends car. The... Read more »
Have your son call my office at 866-822-7352. We have many different types of payment plans, depending on the underlying test that was performed. Since you mentioned that your son was in the hospital, I am guessing that this may be a blood draw DUI. If so, then those are very complex and require...Read more »
My boyfriend was attending family violence classes so that he could get off probation. Somehow they didn't log in how many days he had came to class. Not to his knowledge (until just recently) he was kicked out bc they thought he missed the maxium amount of days. His p.o was told this info (before... Read more »
You can sue for any reason, but the real question is "can you win?" I cannot see any theory of liability that would afford a litigant damages in this scenario. How could you prove that the "business" messed up. This is one of those situations where just because you can doesn't mean you should. Of...Read more »
Parents are divorced. Can a father voluntarily relinquish parental rights when both parties agree and would this end child support payments the mother no longer wants them. All in the state of GA child is 8 year old.
You should seek the advice of a qualified Georgia Family Law attorney. Your question does not have enough information to answer completely. All decisions regarding this type of matter, child support, medical expenses, insurance coverage, etc are set the standard of the "best interested of the...Read more »
Because the courts are run by judges with experience in dealing with people claiming they do not "own" a car and know that it is very unlikely that you do not have access to or are using a vehicle on a regular basis. I heard this 2 times a day from people that thought they were going to be able to...Read more »
You might need to state your question a little differently. A "lease" is never going to be a party to a divorce. I am not sure what you are asking for but if you want documents for a legal matter that are in another's possession, you have a couple of options. First, if this is an entity responsible...Read more »
The person driving the vehicle is not the owner. He was visiting family in the state of GA and was unaware of this particular law (Chapter 6, Article 8 -School Buses). He doesn't even have a state drivers license, but one from a U.S. territory.
Yes, the county can cite anyone for a traffic infraction, whether they have a driver's license or not, own the car or not, or are here from another country. The fact that they did not know what the law was is not a defense.
The evaluator did the MCII and PAI and finds them both invalid, but takes a binder full of facebook posts my ex handed to him saying, "Yes, she made all these", and, without any attempt at independent verification, incorporates them into his attempted diagnoses as anywhere from bipolar to... Read more »
These are all questions that you should be directing to your lawyer. As the person most familiar with your case, your lawyer is the first person to go to with these types of questions. If you do not have a lawyer, then it would be a good idea to hire one . . . a very good one, right away. Without...Read more »
My wife's brother left his vehicle at a person's house so that a flat tire could be repaired, but found out that it had been taken by a family member under the influence of drugs and who did not inform the owner of the vehicle thus did not have consent. She then drove it ending with her getting... Read more »
I believe you are asking if someone who took another's vehicle without consent and was involved in a serious accident, would the owner of the vehicle be liable? If that is your question, then yes, the owner could certainly be held liable under certain circumstances. There is no "yes" or "no" answer...Read more »
Not sure what your questions is, but if you cannot afford a lawyer and you want to get divorced you are out of luck. There are no free lawyers just like there are no free doctors, free meals or free cars. If you need a lawyer, save money, get a loan, sell items, or do whatever it takes to hire a...Read more »
File the petition before the 2 year limitation. That is the only thing that stops it. I feel as if you are trying to ask something different so I am not sure that you have asked the correct question. The only thing that stops the limitation period is filing suit, so hire your lawyer quickly and...Read more »
a receipt. The lens weren't broken but one side of the frames was damaged. The glasses weren't new. My child was suspended two days out of school. Can I ask that we pay for repair of the glasses or are we obligated to buy new glasses entirely?
This is a great question and unfortunately not one that has a clear answer. If you believe your child was at fault and the other child's glasses are truly broken, then yes, pay the full price, but of course, you should see some sort of estimate to replace or repair first. Asking for proof is not...Read more »
I am a guy and have have a guy friend of mine who I have always fooled around with and had sex with. He is on parole for 16-6-22.1 - SEXUAL BATTERY Sexual Motivation. Because he is on parole, can me and him still fool around? Is it against the law for me and him to have sex? We are both over 18 and... Read more »
It depends on the conditions of his probation. Usually, for this type of offense there are limitations and he will have to notify his probation officer. If he does not, or violates the conditions, he can go to prison. www.JudgeCase.com
the court and the public defender's office both say they have not received paperwork from the probation officer, thus no court hearing and no one assigned to defend him. OCGA 42-8-154 says that a person arrested on warrant for alledged VOP, as long as he has not waived a prelim hearing and no... Read more »
Talk to someone at the public defender's office about filing a writ. They are usually very helpful and resourceful folks that can help in this type of situation. Alternatively, contact the court's administrator and let that person know he has not yet been brought to court. Last resort, contact the...Read more »
I am not sure what type of case you think you may have or what you would be "pressing charges" for. It is doubtful the police would do anything with this and no crime has been committed. You may have a slander claim, but those are extremely difficult to prove and bring to a jury and would cost a...Read more »
I had a son who I let go visit his father...his father is not on his birth certificate. He up and took off across the country to Wyoming with him and refuses to bring him home. There is no established custody agreement. I keep asking him to bring him home. He keeps putting it off telling me when he... Read more »
My first question is whether you have filed a police report? This is not the usual situation of the non-custodial parent keeping the child an hour or two over the visitation time frame. If your son has been taken out of the State and you have no idea of his whereabouts, this is an emergency...Read more »
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