someone accusing me of sexual assault secretly recorded me and coerced me into making a confession for a crime I did not commit. He started screaming and me and threatening to report me to authorities. I feared for my safety so I just told him what he wanted me to say to get him to leave. Is this... Read more »
The answer depends on many factors, but yes it may be able to be used against you. I suggest that you speak with a lawyer as we don't know all the details of your confession or case to properly advise you.
Do you trust your aunt to protect your rights? Are you entitled to something under the will. These are some of the questions a lawyer would ask you if you agree for this person to be the executor. I think you should discuss this with a lawyer before giving up your rights. It may cost you a...Read more »
Do you trust your aunt to protect your rights? Are you entitled to something under the will. These are some of the questions a lawyer would ask you if you agree for this person to be the executor. I think you should discuss this with a lawyer before giving up your rights. It may cost you a little...Read more »
Maybe, we would need more information to properly answer your question such as a picture of the intersection where you made the turn as the intersection may have other traffic controls such as a road line etc.
There was a city parade the next day -- Saturday -- so they towed me. They didnt charge me for the tow but mailed me a ticket. When I parked there the night before the parade -- Fri night -- no signs were posted. The next day, I stayed home all day, they towed me. They did not attempt to contact... Read more »
He has been he hasn't even been to court for this. I've talk to few lawyer they want 3.ooo 4500 an 15000 I don't have any of this. I think he being charged wrong he was defending him self. But idk wasn't there. There is covic in the jail. It's really bad he can't get... Read more »
Tell him to request a public defender, he does not have to defend himself if he doesn't have the money to afford a lawyer. As for the case standing still unfortunately due to covid cases are moving much slower than prior to the pandemic.
If your son is indigent and cannot afford a lawyer, the court will appoint an attorney for him called the public defender. That being said he needs to tell this to the court that he does not have the money for an attorney.
Don't let your family force you to do this you are well within your rights to collect this money and not share it. In general they would need to prove fraud or coercion to get this money into the estate. If they try get a good lawyer to represent you.
Yes the person can sue Walmart, one of the grounds could be for failing to provide adequate security, but a lawyer would need much more information to tell you if you had a "good suit" I suggest that you setup one of the free in office consultations that most of us lawyers offer for this...Read more »
in the process of purchasing a new home. Mom is putting the down payment down, gifting to me. Condition is, she wants to be on the deed of the home so as to say, when she passes, her portion of the home will be willed to me and I will have majority ownership of the home. What issues might I run... Read more »
You can have a lot of concerns you mentioned which could be a problem, but an attorney would need much more information to give you the answers you need. Thus I suggest if this is important to you, to set up a consultation with an attorney to discuss these possible problems. Expect the attorney...Read more »
I was heading back home at 9am from class and an officer stopped me because according to him I was speeding which I wasn't. There was even cars in front of me so there was no way I was speeding at all on a street with traffic. It was my first time getting pulled over ever, he said he was... Read more »
Yes a police officer can give you a ticket for something other than what they originally stopped you for. Also, the fact that the police officer put down the wrong color for your car is generally considered a clerical error and generally does not effect the validity of the ticket.
At 18 you are considered an adult in the criminal justice system so you face adult penalties which at the minimum for any theft offense is up to 180 days in jail, fines, probation etc if the amount is up to $200.00. Over $200 but less than $500 up to 18 months in jail, fines probation and Over...Read more »
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