Can a judge denied your right to a lawyer if he gives you choice of pay 2000 dollars or report to jail. I can not work haven't been able to. I do not have a legal vehicle and I am on medication that you're supposed to take caution when you drive
I am a 72 yr old victim in Realestate fraud going on in Indianapolis ind condominium HoA by prop mgt and thier umbrella doing same take overs in the HoA properties a board of director over 10 yrs has been misappropriated funds ind atty gen was asked in 2011-2015 for help all he replied for audit... Read more »
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!?
answered on Mar 19, 2023
If you believe that your son's rights were violated during the traffic stop and search, there are several steps you can take to address the situation.
Contact an attorney: You may want to consider contacting an attorney who specializes in civil rights or criminal defense to discuss... Read more »
I'm in fear for my life
answered on Nov 7, 2022
If you are wondering about the IRS, you can look online for third party authorizations on your IRS online portal or you can call and directly speak to a rep. via 1-800-829-1040.
The Indiana judge said for him to be released Friday but he didn’t get out. Will the feds come get him or will they wait for the case here to be resolved?
answered on Jun 13, 2022
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... Read more »
If an expert would verify that a criminal investigation recording has been edited by law-enforcement can it be suppressed or is that an issue that has to wait to go to trial? Thank you for your time.
answered on May 31, 2022
If there is credible evidence that the recording has been manipulated, your attorney should file both a motion to suppress and a motion in limine.
The motion to suppress would argue that the evidence is inadmissible on several different grounds including fraud upon... Read more »
They are going off what some body said but I never was in the vehicle
answered on May 25, 2022
Like many questions posted in this and other web forums, this question is one best discussed privately with an attorney where the conversation is privileged.
With that said, all the government is required to do is present sufficient evidence to firmly convince the jury of all the elements... Read more »
answered on Mar 8, 2022
Yes; their status as a prosecutor does not give immunity to murder charges and there is no statute of limitations on when charges for murder can be filed.
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?
answered on Mar 2, 2022
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... Read 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.... Read more »
answered on Feb 10, 2022
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.... Read 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... Read more »
answered on Oct 27, 2021
If I were you I would have a banking lawyer on retainer, to help you when the going gets really tough.
It has my husbands co-defendant)
My question is why is that like that?
answered on Jun 14, 2021
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... Read 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... Read more »
answered on May 11, 2021
I'd suggest consulting with a civil rights attorney who is familiar with 1983 actions. Keep in mind you have a time limit to put the agencies on notice.
answered on Nov 22, 2020
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!
answered on Oct 29, 2020
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?
answered on Oct 4, 2020
He needs to speak with his probation officer and to discuss how his case can be transferred under the Interstate Compact on Probation.
answered on Aug 21, 2020
Assuming you are not a CDL operator and in a commercial vehicle, no, not without a valid traffic violation.
answered on Aug 14, 2020
It depends; were the police searching the phone based on authority from the search warrant? Did the owner's of the phones give consent?
04-28-18 / 185503A4 / Conviction / Probation Served
09-21-18 / 184904B / Conviction of Misdemeanor 3 / Probation served
09-21-18 / 186111G4II / Non-Conviction / Withdrawn
answered on Aug 14, 2020
There is not enough information you provided to be able to give you an accurate answer.
answered on Mar 23, 2020
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... Read more »
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