Brendan Michael Kelly's answer Spousal privilege cannot be claimed. The idea of it as a defense in a criminal matter (domestic assault, sex trafficking, drugs) is really no longer valid. Some communication may be excluded or barred, but over the year the privilege has been eroded.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer Unless your father signed for the bills they are not likely to be able to hold them responsible. Contact take the billing dept and explain the circumstances. I would also hold on to all the billing after reading them in case they take legal action. If they do you should contact legal aid.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer It is legal for a person to defend themselves. All people have a right to self defense. Age of the parties is one of the many factors that is taken into account in making the decision if the action is criminal.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer Contact a good criminal lawyer in Omaha a should be able to discover and help you clear up the warrant. We have been able in the passed to have such matters resolved without the clients having to appear. A good criminal lawyer should be able to assist you in this type of action.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer It likely is an illegal search. The fact that the stop was for the tail lights and a ticket was given ends the stop. There is a good case that talks about per longing the nature of a stop leading to the discovery of evidence. A good criminal lawyer should be able to advise you further.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer The child is not an adult until 19 in Nebraska. Power of attorney over the child that is not born is not allowed. You should contact social services and see about getting support for the medical delivery and the father will be required to pay for the medical share. The child once born should be turned over to you to raise at least until the mother is 19, or the father is given custody since he is an adult.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer A person who enters into your home without permission is an intruder and liable for any damage or injury they cause or sustain. Only if they had permission would the home owner be liable.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer The no contact is until the case has been resolved unless the court allows the contact. My suggestion is that you have her lawyer remove the no-contact order or if your the alleged victim you speak to the prosecution and her lawyer about having it removed. A good criminal lawyer should be the person you consult with.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer Not real sure of the question you are asking. If someone changed their name legally (from Smith to Jones) and got married under a now false name (Smith) the marriage would still be valid. The license would have to be changed to correct the name, assuming they did everything else to obtain a civil marriage license. If the former named party was married at the time, the new marriage would be subject to bring able to be annulled, should the new spouse seek to have the marriage voided. Hope that...
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer Your question depends on the nature of the Controlled substance and the amount taken. You also will have to advice your age and prior criminal history. My suggestion is that you contact a good criminal lawyer to help you out.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer While you may be able to the first court date is generally an advisement hearing. Best to get a lawyer and have them file a motion to have the matter moved to juvenile court.
Brendan Michael Kelly's answer Yes, unless you have an existing court order she can move and take the child with her. I would suggest you contact a lawyer and get a order in place. If she moves with the child and no order, once you get jurisdiction in another state you will have to fight for your rights in the new state.
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