My friend wrecked her car and was taken to hospital by ambulance. Officer came to the hospital to test her for alcohol and she refused. He made sure she understood about losing license and gave her the pink paper He never wrote her a ticket or put her under arrest now she’s hearing she’s going... Read more »
Yes---perhaps the law enforcement officer's investigation is only just concluding so until he concludes it, he is not in position to issue a ticket. Please remember, a ticket is only an accusation and the prosecutor would still have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt each and every element...Read more »
You should speak to both a property or real estate attorney and a succession attorney to answer your question contained in your post and to get this property out of your mother's name. I am fairly certain the redemption must be paid as the property owner has some obligation to notify the...Read more »
Hi, my husband and I are selling our home by owner. We have someone who verbally made us an offer on the house. Im unsure if im required to draw up a purchase agreement or if thats supposed to be his obligation. Also, if I can pay a real estate attorney to do the purchase agreement if so? Neither... Read more »
At some point in time something is going to have to be drawn up and signed, most likely called the Act of Cash sale. Who is preparing that? Before the act of cash sale, most times the parties have a purchase agreement prepared and signed so that the parties have in writing the details of the...Read more »
The Attorney I hired for the personal injury, referred me to a workers comp attorney as well. I have reached MMI after a lumbar fusion but I still have a pinched nerve in my neck from whiplash that causes complications . My comp attorney is acting like I should just take what WC offers and has not... Read more »
We cannot provide an answer to your questions without knowing the full extent of your matter, which would include a review of your records-----you have 2 attorneys and should speak to them about your concerns and options and hopefully they can provide you satisfactory answers for you to make an...Read more »
My child's father and I have joint custody. He gets her every other weekend and I have her the rest of the time. Now she saying for the past coue months she hasn't been with him she has been getting dropped off to his mom. But when he went to court he told them his main reason was because... Read more »
Please consult with a few lawyers in your area and hire the one with whom you are most comfortable. You are entitled to more information than he's providing, you need to make sure that your child is safe, and he needs to pay child support.
Arbitration determined the other party was 100% at fault. dash cam footage shows the driver turned sideways on the freeway right in front of us. My husband was driving, I was in the front passenger seat and our 13 month old daughter was in the back in her carseat. We all went to the ER, but not via... Read more »
I think it is impossible to give good specific advice on a specific question contained in 1 paragraph---after all, what if all of the relevant information is not contained in the paragraph, or after reading the post, I have a question which needs answering. All we can do as lawyers is give...Read more »
You probably do not have to go get the ticket but depending on the seriousness of the charge and the law enforcement's attitude, they will either go to your residence and issue you the ticket or perhaps take you into custody. You have not indicate the charge, but you may want to get an...Read more »
My fiance has domestic violence charge on him 2nd offense? His others were dropped by the someone else.. If I drop charges will he have a bond still if I drop them and what more then likely will be the situation or consequences?
Depending on the date of arrest, you can contact law enforcement or the District Attorney's office requesting "drop charges" and/or that prosecution not be pursued but ultimately it is up to the District Attorney's office whether or not to pursue a case and/or dismiss charges if...Read more »
You do not provide enough facts to answer this question, but if you were injured on the job, then you need to consult with a worker's comp attorney in your state. If you were injured due to the negligence or fault of someone else or something in the custody or control of someone else, then...Read more »
Ask your former attorney for a referral. Also, use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for medical malpractice lawyers in your area----review the biographical information and call the lawyers you might want representation. You need to act quickly.
You need to read your lease. Sometimes landlords list a set of charges/fees upon move out----kinda sneaky but I think they picked this up like the short term condos and rentals have a cleaning charge upon departure. If there is nothing listed, then you should return the property in the same...Read more »
Since this action would require an authentic act which needs to be recorded in the public record, I highly recommend that you utilize a succession/probate lawyer to act on your behalf and/or your brother's children's behalf. You do not want to have some paperwork signed thinking it is...Read more »
Depends on your location and if this is your first offense. My suggestion is that you contact a few criminal defense or an administrative law attorneys in your area, set up a consultation, ask your questions and then decide if you want to hire a lawyer (you should) or try to handle this on your...Read more »
More information is needed to answer this question, such as why do you or anyone else believe you are responsible for your father's debt? You should consider hiring a lawyer to defend you----the entity suing is represented and very much willing to take advantage of a non-represented person.
If you received a careless operation ticket, I recommend that you hire a traffic ticket lawyer to assist you in getting out of this ticket----paying a lawyer now will most likely save you money ion the long run as you might be responsible for higher monthly insurance premiums for multiple years for...Read more »
If the prosecution wants to proceed on this, then you will not get it dismissed on that basis only. The prosecution must prove each and every element of its case against you, which essentially is that you were operating a vehicle over the speed limit within its jurisdiction-----if the law...Read more »
I was running across the street to my motel, this car waved me to go across because it was clear, another car that happen to be texting and driving slammed on their brake to late and clashed with the car that waved me to go across, and due to property damage I have to go to court. Its my first... Read more »
This sounds like something you should fight and if you do so, then you should hire a traffic ticket attorney to represent him and wade through this. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and search for criminal defense or traffic ticket attorneys in your area-----some will provide a free initial...Read more »
Do you have any paperwork or orders between the parents and signed by the Judge which addresses this? If so, what does it say? If it does not address this, then you should go to court and get it set if the other parent does not agree.
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