answered on Apr 1, 2021
The answer should be yes, but unfortunately, there is a chance that an attorney that passed the bar isn't well versed in client confidentiality.
I was given a plea bargain in 2003 the law was changed in 2005 which is a harsher punishment
When I go to court? I am wondering about the fine and the consequences of a class 3 misdemeanor
answered on Jul 7, 2019
This is something that needs to be discussed with a Virginia attorney who practices criminal law. Good luck
is still in its slip not moving, can the marina be sued? So the question is about liability issues a marina might encounter
by allowing boat overhang in the slips.
answered on Jun 5, 2019
The degree of overhang could be a factor. If the smaller boat was moving, it's likely that it would be confronted by the argument that the other vessel was not moving. Maritime law applies a presumption that serves in favor of a non-moving vessel in encounters with moving vessels. The degree... Read more »
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