im currently homeless here in IN, and my girlfriend said i can move in with her in NJ if im able to be transferred there. my probation officer said that the state of IN will have to approve the go ahead to request a transfer. i told him i will do anything and everything possible to move and i will... View More
If you are on probation for a felony offense, it is possible to transfer probation from one state to another. However, there is a process that must be followed and it requires approval of both the sending (Indiana) and receiving (New Jersey) states as well as payment for f a required transfer fee....View More
Step 1 is to contact an attorney local to you. Do web searches or contact your local bar association and find out who can do a free consultation for you. Hopefully, you and your parents or guardians can talk through the case to understand what your risks and options are.
Searched without consent and they my son and his friend out of the car physically to search it. I want to know who to talk to you and what I can do to have this stopped this is a true real situation and I want it stopped, can you please direct me to who to talk to and what to do!?
The US Marshall's Office has likely put a detainer on him to keep him from being released. They will come get him from his current location when they get around to it. They may wait until the current state case is resolved. They may not. The detainer will prevent him from bonding out in the...View More
I am selling a house as is, the boiler went out causing the heat and plumbing pipes to burst. The homeowners ins is paying for the damage. I'm selling for less now because of the pipes. I'm keeping the ins check to cover my loss. is that insurance fraud?
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Nationwide, it is usually not fraud if the check was issued for a legitimate loss and it reflected actual damages that were honestly presented for property owned outright. However, there could be other issues...View More
We went to file for bankruptcy and we were supposed to only pay 100 a month til completion before they filed we've only paid for one month. We found out the company wasn't very good so we tried to cancel. Now they are trying to charge us over 600 dollars something we never ever agreed to.... View More
Their argument will be that they have provided you that value in services. You should go to a new lawyer. Exercise your due diligence before you go--seek referrals from your local or statewide lawyer referral service.
BTW, that amount appears to be subject to discharge when you file....View More
Scenario: I have my own personal deposit-accepting atm machine that only I use, no one else. I make a deposit of $100 into my checking account using a $100 bill. I then physically open the ATM machine and take out that $100 bill that was just inserted (but my checking account balance remains the... View More
It really depends where on the docket you are looking, but case captions are generally limited to one name. So you'll often see USA v. John Doe, et al. The et al. stands for everyone else. Some cases have lots of defendants and it would make things awfully cumbersome if they all had to be...View More
Kick in my dad's house, handcuff and hold at gun point my little brother and go through all my father's residence, property and garages. My buddy's house is kicked in and searched and my house is doors rammed off the hinges and completely tossed upside down to the point of... View More
Attorneys will not generally quote fees in public forums like this. I suggest you contact me or other attorneys privately through this site. For one thing, in order to quote a fee, an attorney would need to discuss the facts of your case, and you definitely do not want to do that publicly!
He is on probation for 6 months in Indiana but he’s trying to be here with me in St. Louis. We planned on getting married sometimes this year, and he has a job waiting for him here already. Is that enough for them to transfer his probation?
As a convicted felon you would be prohibited from possessing or owning a firearm. If you were to try and purchase a firearm, you could be charged with a state or federal crime. Depending on when you were convicted you might be able to get the case expunged or reduced to a misdemeanor, in which...View More
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