He may interview the witnesses to see what they have to say. With their permission he may record the calls. Some states allow recording without permission but jurors tend to think that is unfair and sneaky. If the witnesses testify at trial, and say something contradictory to what is in a recorded...View More
Evidence would be necessary to go to trial, but it’s possible there is evidence if an ambulance responded, you were taken to an emergency room, there was a police response, a property adjuster inspected the damage to your vehicle, etc. Without knowing what happened, it’s difficult to say what...View More
The results for stratysbotrys and other toxic molds have came back in high numbers. I had swab samples and air testing both done. I have contacted the county, health department, fire marshal, attorney general and not one of them can seem to help me. My landlord is not cooperating with me at all... View More
I demanded a person that made me a damge.When his lawyer ask me what was the damge I confused and told him,by mistake, a wrong answer. My lawyer was angry with me so I suggested him to say the judge that I have a reason for my ''huge mistake''(as my lawyer said) and that reason... View More
They continue to smoke in the house and we are constantly smelling smoke coming through the walls. I've called their rental company, asking them to stop. They stop for a while, then start up again. They are also on a month to month contract. I've called the rental company 2 times in the... View More
Your question raises some interesting questions. Bringing a lawsuit to recover money would not solve your problem, so the best remedy for you would be an injunction. The issue would be whether the Court would consider smoking a nuisance. As far as I know, this issue has not been addressed by a...View More
Once briefs have been submitted by all the parties, there is no time limit for a judge to render his decision. I'm assuming your case is a civil case rather than a criminal one. Judges are very busy, and there are times when it takes many months before you receive their decision. Waiting can...View More
The answer is "Yes," but if the attorney representing the defendant discovers that the corporation is not in good standing, the attorney will file a motion to dismiss. If the corporation fails to become current with franchise taxes, the Court will grant the motion.
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