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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Communications Law for Alabama on
Q: Alabama Rules of Evidence Article V. Privileges Rule 505 ... Does it cover conversations with multiple people present?

If the victims mother, makes the victim confront her abuser in a meeting at the church with the mother, the Pastor and pastors wife is it covered under the clergy rule?

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law for Alabama on
Q: Can I sue Frito Lay for giving me more bags of a certain chip than advertised on the box because I barely had the others

I bought a 50 count box of chips from Walmart, in the box showed that there were more cheetos that advertised. I personally don’t like cheetos so the chips eventually expired. Since there were more cheetos, I’ve gotten less of the other chips.

Allan Lamar Armstrong
Allan Lamar Armstrong
answered on Mar 26, 2023

Of course, you can sue. You can sue almost anyone for anything in this country. You need to weight whether that's a wipse decision. The filing fee for a jury trial is around $550. What are your damages? At most, a few dollars? It doesn't seem like it's worth your time and effort. No... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Alabama on
Q: Can police stop you, search your vehicle, find marijuana and paraphernalia, decide not to arrest you til next day

Police officers had son in handcuffs but did not arrest him. They said they would file a warrant the next day. He hasn’t been back to that county since. Can police do that?

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law and Probate for Alabama on
Q: Can a interest party witness a will and her daughter. 4 siblings in all, no one knew about the will. Mother passed 7 yrs

A mother passed 7 yrs ago with 4 adult children left behind. One daughter and her daughter (granddaughter) witnessed the will. The house was left to the daughter that witnessed the will. No one has ever heard that a will was written until this week.

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for Alabama on
Q: My dad had a business with business credit card debt. He has passed away. Am I responsible for this debt?

My mother inherited the business and closed it down. She has passed away also.

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law and Business Law for Alabama on
Q: Are pawnbrokers required to upload items into a police database in Alabama al

I think my boyfriend stole my gold tennis bracelet and gave it to the girl he's cheating on me with to pawn and I want to know if I go to the police will all the nearby pawn shops have everything pawned listed in a database for the police to compare my bracelet with all items received in a... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: Shoplifting charge under 50$ first offense in ms
0 Answers | Asked in Adoption and Child Custody for Alabama on
Q: Can a non related adult take custody of a 16 year old who has a deceased parent?

My son's friend who is 16 is going to be sent off if no one will sign for custody of him. His mother is deceased and where abouts of his father have been unknown the majority of his life. I am not a certified foster parent. I live in Tennessee, but his case is in Alabama

2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy for Alabama on
Q: I’m in chapter 13 with an end date within 6 months. I paid off Irs debt in said bankruptcy. I owe the IRS 3900 this year

I’m in chapter 13 with an end date within 6 months. I paid off Irs debt in said bankruptcy. I owe the IRS 3900 this year and I’m scared to file because I owe . Can I setup a payment plan outside of the bankruptcy and not get in trouble

W. J. Winterstein Jr.
W. J. Winterstein Jr.
answered on Mar 22, 2023

Yes, you may set up a payment plan with the IRS at this point, and it behooves you to do so, as generally, the Bankruptcy Code requires you to remain "current" upon ongoing obligations.

The IRS, however, may require you to obtain judicial approval of any payment plan with the...
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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Alabama on
Q: Can a runaway be legally charged?

My child is a habitual runaway lately when things don't go his way, Alabama law enforcement has been contacted but it doesn't seem like a high priority due to no crime committed. Is there a way to charge the minor runaway?

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Car Accidents for Alabama on
Q: Can I fire my lawyer and negotiate on my own ?

I was in a car accident where the other party admitted fault ( I was rear ended at a high speed ).

I hired a lawyer but he is not trustworthy, doesn't respond to my questions in a nice way, and hides all my medical bills from me. He acts like I am stupid for asking questions about my... Read more »

Hunter Garnett
Hunter Garnett
answered on Mar 22, 2023

You’re entitled to terminate your lawyer at any time. However, the lawyer will likely be entitled to a lien for his attorney’s fee.

You can negotiate your own settlement. However, your healthcare providers and/or health insurer have a right to be paid back out of your settlement funds....
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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: How long can a person be incarcerated for a 90 day sanction

Judge imposed a 90 day sanction and rehab. How long will I have to be in jail if rehab won't except me

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Alabama on
Q: I have questions about Vistas from the US to the UK and joint citizenship.

I am looking to move from the US to the UK sometime in the beginning of next year. My boyfriend is a British Citizen in the UK and I am looking to join him & get a place together but we don't know all the specifics of the Vistas. We have done some research but are both a little confused on... Read more »

Kevin L Dixler
Kevin L Dixler
answered on Mar 21, 2023

Just like the United States, there are attorneys who practice immigration and visa law in the United Kingdom. The abuse of a visitor visa has consequences. You must both decide your mutual needs and whether you have an intent to immigration with a competent and experienced immigration and visa... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Alabama on
Q: I was named in my grandfather's will and his wife is taking it to probate court why would I have to sign something
John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Mar 20, 2023

Because you are named in your grandfather's will.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: I'm on mandatory release parole in Alabama if I fail one drug test will I be sent back to prison with 4 months left

In the 6 months I've been on mandatory release I have never been drug tested or got into any trouble

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