The incident took place on May 26, 2020. After two years of independent investigations. It’s seems the officer may be charged with the death of the civilian. I have been working with the family of the victim as a key witness. As a result of continuously having to relive the trauma, I have been... Read more »
You should contact a few criminal defense attorneys in your area and consult with them----- you do not mention the age of your daughter but one of the things you want to do is ask about their experience in handling matters in Juvenile Court as well as the possibility of this matter ending up in...Read more »
I reported mold to the health inspector and I work for LDH but I’ve been suspecting I’m being treat different because I’m speaking out about it and they are covering it up instead of treating it creating a health risk which I’ve already been examined and my reports have been given to my... Read more »
My max sentence is 50 yrs. How is double bill 1/3- double the max, triple 2/3-double, but quad only carries 20? I’m out on bond for distribution heroin/fentynal. Wouldn’t I be better of just getting a quad if the other ones carry anywhere between 16.5-100 and 33-100 years?
My friend is a drummer who usually plays his own stuff, but he received a request to do a drum cover. As In, taking a copyrighted song and playing drums over the original. It’s a one on one thing, not broadcasted all over the place. Can he do it?
A template? You can do an internet search for one and find something is my guess but then you need to decide if the template is what you are seeking and best for your HOA. Or you can consult with an attorney and have the attorney, in conjunction with the HOA, come up with a form.
My brother is the excector of my Mom's estate and he has sold all of the household goods in order to pay his attorney to fight me in court, can he withdraw money from the estate without judge approval?
Most likely yes, but a lot of it depends on the language in the Order which appointed him as executor. Also, you might be able to go to Court and context the disbursements-----contact a succession lawyer in your are and arrange a consult to specifically discuss your matter. Good luck.
He legally objected to the move. I’m having trouble finding an attorney to take my case because I broke the law. Is this to be expected? Our current custody agreement states that if one parent takes the children out of state more than 48 hours, the other parent has the first right of refusal.
I was on a month to month lease that required 30-days notice to move out or you would still need to pay the rent the next month. In March I notified my landlord of my intent to move out, understanding that I would need to pay rent again. I paid rent and moved out on April 2nd, including handing... Read more »
If you were defending yourself, yes. If your job is giving you issues then you need to immediate consult with a workers' compensation attorney, or I recommend that you go ahead and do so---most in this area of practice will provide you a free consultation. Good luck.
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