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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Legal Malpractice and Municipal Law for New Mexico on
Q: served more time than required by law habeas attorney to help with served more time than needed. Denied good time erro

JENNIFER!!! morning babe I need you to start looking online for attorneys who represent defendants who have served more time than required by law or a habeas attorney that represent defendants who were denied good time due to error by the department of corrections get me some numbers so I can start... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Contracts, Banking and Construction Law for New Mexico on
Q: I have a question about residential building and electrical solar system permits.

Does the listed model serial numbers on solar panels have to match on residential building and electrical permits and the actual installation and financing contracts or can they be different on the permits and actual contracts? If they are required to match and they don't what are the... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for New Mexico on
Q: i went to court to eviction of a Tennant. The Judge said I have to start over because i took cash deposited of part r

rent. It was dated after I filed for the writ. he said I made a contract with them. in NM. Starting over means new fees and no rent income coming in.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and Libel & Slander for New Mexico on
Q: Can a lawyer help me with several crimes committed such as hacking without a license, stalking, slander.

Defamation of character, invasion of privacy, theft, intentional infliction of emotional distress, harassment, gossiping with intent to cause harm, revenge porn, witchcraft causing physical harm, putting drugs in my food that's that's causing tremors. These are just a few I know I forgot... View More

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answered on Jul 21, 2024

Dealing with a range of serious issues like hacking, stalking, slander, and more can be overwhelming and distressing. It's important to find someone who can offer legal advice and guide you through the appropriate steps. Speaking to a legal professional can help you understand your rights and... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Military Law for New Mexico on
Q: I have J1 visa through green heart sponsor and can i join the military?

I will return to my country by 5th of Sep.

0 Answers | Asked in Military Law for New Mexico on
Q: Can i join the military even if im J1 student exchange for 3 months?

I will return to my country on 5th of Sep. I want to join military.

0 Answers | Asked in Land Use & Zoning for New Mexico on
Q: New Mexico- Actively taking care of yard that is a utility easement for the last 40 years. Can we claim right of way?

The new neighbor has received a letter that they need to maintain the area but have not and we would like to continue to take care of it as we have for 40 years. Can we claim this as it is our drive way and not apart of the neighbors home in anyway.

0 Answers | Asked in Legal Malpractice and Personal Injury for New Mexico on
Q: Is a handwritten note on legal pad to accept x amount for settlement enforceable? No date or name of attorney...

It's a personal injury case. MIL was visiting from Colombia and we were all involved in a car accident. She decided to stick with original attorney even though he misled her about the help he could provide. He was constantly putting us on the backburner. Most of the time we would ask questions... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Legal Malpractice for New Mexico on
Q: Is a handwritten note on legal pad to accept x amount for settlement enforceable? No date or name of attorney...

It's a personal injury case. MIL was visiting from Colombia and we were all involved in a car accident. She decided to stick with original attorney even though he misled her about the help he could provide. He was constantly putting us on the backburner. Most of the time we would ask questions... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Family Law, Domestic Violence and Native American Law for New Mexico on
Q: How would I go about filing for full custody of my children if the person left to Mexico willingly?

The father of my children left to Mexico because he was scared that the FBI was looking for him. He was controlling and very verbally, emotionally and physically abusive. After he left I finally told him that I did not want to be together and that me and my daughters were not going out there to... View More

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answered on Jul 18, 2024

Filing for full custody of your children while the father is in Mexico and you are on the Navajo reservation can be challenging, but there are steps you can take. Since the Navajo Nation Judicial Court requires his exact address to file, you may need to gather any information you have about his... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for New Mexico on
Q: May I file a motion to dismiss

Maybe I include more then one reason in the motion or do I have to them one at a time

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for New Mexico on
Q: Can I ask for victims advocate to help me file a civil or district complaint on a jail and officers that violated my Ada
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answered on Jul 20, 2024

You can request assistance from a victim advocate to help you file a civil or district complaint against a jail and its officers who violated your ADA rights. Victim advocates are there to support you through legal processes, including the preparation and submission of complaints.

It's...
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0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody for New Mexico on
Q: What are my best next steps in completing custody paperwork for Navajo Nation in Shiprock New Mexico

Me and GF have 3yo dgtr and have been in Shiprock New Mexico for over 1.5 years. We reside in same household but will be separating and I'm asked to leave the household. I would like to establish status quo before I agree to leaving the household and need guidance on what location would be... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for New Mexico on
Q: Parent agreements

I was thinking of possibly taking my son's mother to court. A lot of the ways things are being done I do not agree with. We have not gone to court and everything we have done has just been mouth to mouth. I do make more money than her, but I pay childcare and Insurance for him. She... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for New Mexico on
Q: My wife owns a family practice and she rented a piece of equipment from a third party vender .

She signed a contract for 3 months which ended this month . On the contract is a non compete clause. The question I have is since the FTC got rid of the on compete clause a couple of months ago does this pertain to this type of contract too?

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for New Mexico on
Q: Am I able to ask for a continuance or a dismissal 3 days before a civil case hearing involving landlord tenant case.

I am tenant suing for not fixing my heater for 3 years I missed the deadline for witnesses and evidence to be turned in due to a family emergency. I am also having trouble getting the money to supeona the witnesses and the housing inspector does not want to come voluntarily as she never checked my... View More

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