How you approach this depends on the injury. His insurance will likely cover your claim, though it may be a battle. I would need more information. Whether the school asks your coach to drive students or if he simply offers, would be an issue.
Be proactive. On the old case and the new one. You don’t want to lose that CWOF and don’t have to, though you may have to fight a lot harder on the second case to make it go away because of your history (prior similar case)
when you call 911 because your friend overdoses, and police and paramedic's arrive. After victim is conscious and in route to hospital do the police have the right to search your room and seize items that are not drug related and that where not visible? (Hamper,under mattress, in drawers, in a... Read more »
I’m assuming they found something and charged you or your friend, with a crime. If so, as the other lawyer said, they may not have had any business in your business. If not, as annoying as it is, I’d drop it.
It really depends on your probation officer and more importantly, the terms of your probation. If it is a condition of your probation that you remain drug and alcohol free, you better stay clean. They can order that you don't drink, even though drinking is legal. They can do the same with...Read more »
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