I contacted an appellate attorney for consideration of a civil appeal/post-trial actions, but they said they couldn't discuss anything with me according to AL law, because I was already represented. Is there an official way to sever relations with my current attorney? I am concerned about the... Read more »
Normally, you are simply going to terminate the lawyer. This ends the relationship. It might, however, be wise to seek the lawyer's advice regarding an attorney for the appeal. It may be difficult to find another attorney within the time limits for appeal if you have terminated one attorney.
If they told you to call the following day, were they telling you to call about release of the vehicle from impound? If so, that will of course require payment of towing, storage, etc. What did they say when you called? Is the vehicle going to be subject to civil asset forfeiture? Is it evidence?...Read more »
to make this fit bc i cant type all i need to say yes thats what i thought it meant the issue is this i had to go there they were only acting a administers of the test lady rude whole time she gave me a cup/bowl clear no temp thing no numbers they do dot to anyway i pee to her x she says not enough... Read more »
Normally, an inventory of personal property is taken. The owner should then be allowed to retrieve the property.
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