We purchased and closed on a home July 19, 2022. The Sellers falsified information on the real estate home disclosure form. Because they stated that everything was in working condition and failed to disclose many hazardous matters that they were apparently aware of, along with literally covering up... Read more »
It depends on what, if any, warranties you received when you purchased the home. Most previously-owned homes are sold as-is, meaning the buyer is not relying on any representations or promises from the seller regarding the condition of the home.
Short question is I had a lawyer that was going to take over my felony I was under the assumption that he had talked to my lawyer and got that paperwork taken care of I had called him regarding a court date he informed me that it had been canceled rescheduled in fact it hadn't been and now I... Read more »
I have kept quiet in hopes my manipulative ex would chnage but never did, just got worse and ended up in a dark place feeling used and played by someone I loved. Can they go back and charge her and her family as well for threatning me? I have proof of it happening multiple times. Does this help the... Read more »
hello i was arrested in Texas, Harris county because i was drifting at a street take over and the cops charged me which deadly conduct (felony) and they seized my car, once i was booked in the DA dropped the charged down to a reckless driving (misdemeanor) and i was out on a PR bond. my lawyer got... Read more »
From your description, it sounds to me like you received deferred adjudication for reckless driving. Reckless driving is not a felony. Technically, it is also not a Class A or B misdemeanor; it is a hybrid offense.
Answering no to both questions might be perceived as being dishonest by...Read more »
While a patient in the emergency room at a hospital in Amarillo, TX I had a grand-mal seizure. While having the seizure a security guard for the hospital was trying to hold me down to a bed and I have been told that I had bit him and ran from the hospital. Well 4 months later I got stopped on the... Read more »
My wife is currently on an immigration hold at the Harris County Jail. She was taken in on Wednesday due to a warrant for outstanding traffic tickets. However she is not a us citizen and even though I paid the cash bond on Thursday, they did not release her and transferred her from processing to... Read more »
A property owner has the right to bar you from their property for any reason. Now that you have received a trespass notice, if you return to the property the owner can call the police and have you charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass.
If you can afford to hire an attorney, thats the best way to try and prove it. Expect to pay a retainer - unless you have significant and measurable damages, an attorney won’t take your case for free (on a contingency fee, where they get paid in the end, only if you do…). You absolutely can...Read more »
I sold a car to someone and they never transferred the title. A couple of days later, I mistakenly signed over the title to a dealership when I bought a new car. (I thought I was being given the option to turn in the car OR pay the trade in value of $1,000.) The dealership filed the title with the... Read more »
Mr. Tay was arrested, charged, and set for trial, for Att. Commit Murder in August 2005. The prosecutor (outtake Da) for Mr. Tay case was Ms. Priest. In October 2005 Mr. Tay was shot and killed. A Mr. Green was arrested and charged for Mr. Tay’s, death... Read more »
The answer to this question depends upon the particular facts and circumstances. Attorneys have some degree of immunity, but deliberately lying to law enforcement during the course of a criminal investigation could theoretically, under the right circumstances, constitute obstruction of Justice.
I was a property owner in a small County in Texas everyone knew me under my real name. After turning in a cop for sexually molesting me they raided my house and arrested me free charges under my stage name. Even with me fighting it they would not put my real name. They sent me to prison with no... Read more »
I think you need to explore your situation with a lawyer that practices civil rights law. The criminal aspect of what happened is apparently concluded & I'm assuming you had a lawyer representing you to whom you posed these questions. Your overall question is somewhat confusing because you...Read more »
This question involves a lot of laws and statutes.
Once you are Indicted by a Grand Jury, the clock starts ticking for your SPEEDY TRIAL. The clock starts once you are arrested for the charge in the Indictment, or once you actually Answer, in court, for the charge. Once you have Answered,...Read more »
The DA can drop the charges at any time but is not legally required to do so simply because of the passage of time; however, the statute of limitations may prevent the DA from prosecuting you if the DA does not secure an indictment before the statute of limitations expires. The general statute of...Read more »
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