I have recently been shot twice both fatal and currently living in a tent in florence al a girl called me a taxi i stated i have no money she said ill pay when you get here so i left florence and ended at Sheffield al she wasnt around my total was 12.50 i told the lady driver i have no money and im... Read more »
I assume you mean, do you have a civil cause of action against the person that falsely accused you of vandalism. If so, that would depend on several facts. In short you would have to prove that the individual knowingly and intelligently made false statements about you. If so you could have a...Read more »
Only if they satisfy the requirements of the statute: The victim must be "a current or former spouse, parent, child, any person with whom the defendant has a child in common, a present or former household member, or a person who has or had a dating relationship, as defined in Section 13A-6-139.1 ,...Read more »
A warrant for felony theft first degree recently showed up for my husband, issued by the county. We own a business and all we can think of is a piece of equipment we rented that was stolen from us but we have been in contact with them and they are in the city. Second is we bought/ financed a truck... Read more »
During the time my husband was serving time in Georgia, he missed 2 court appearances in Alabama. Alabama now has him being held for extradition in the grounds of fugitive of justice. His time served in Georgia was ended on 3/24/19, However, Georgia is saying they can hold him as long as Alabama... Read more »
You could have possibly saved your husband a considerable amount of jail tome if you would have hired an attorney in Alabama when he was serving his sentence. The attorney could have had your husband transferred to Alabama undwr the Interstate Agreement on Detainers.
She has called Madison county sheriff's, they refuse to take him to jail.There is children in the home my mother has custody of a 5 year old and 2 year old. My brother is on that crystal meth and he is in a pain clinic as well he has his son pee in a cup when he goes also they sell there sons... Read more »
Hello, you should seek an elder law attorney immediately. If true, this may be elder abuse and there is an order of protection that a court can order. Please contact an attorney in north Alabama to help you help your mother. Best of luck to you and your family.
Its legal if there really was a traffic offense and he just didn't write it up at the time. On the other hand, if there originally was no traffic offense, and the officer is lying and just made up a traffic offense so that he could make a possession charge stick, then its not legal.
Residency restrictions say i cant live with my biological child now , not on probation or parole..I was convicted on a he said she said case in municiple court, no plea deal accepted ,not guilty the whole way,did not appeal because my attorney said I could live with my child..I was broke anyway... Read more »
You were convicted of sexual abuse of a minor. You are not going to be able to have much in the way of custodial or visitation with any child. THe key word here is "convicted." The state of Alabama has the power to act in the best interest of a child to keep that child away from a person who has...Read more »
We feel that at the time of the incident, she was suffering a mental lapse brought on by the one year anniversary of the death of her husband. She has been in a mental care facility for the last week. What is the best way to proceed?
The CT shows one side is more dense than 6 months ago, the brain sinus hyperattenuations are not mentioned. Dr.'s do not or can not view radiological films, due to being 'overridden' by what the radiologist says.
No medical professional, or other professional, for that matter, has free license to be careless. The premise is that they will act diligently, thoroughly, professionally, and exercise their best medical judgment in examining films and outlining their findings. Are some more thorough than others?...Read more »
What do you think we're going to say on here? We're all lawyers, so ....... Hire a lawyer. A good one. Tell him or her the complete and absolute truth. Communications with your lawyer are absolutely confidential.
I was very cooperative with the police and they said they were going to help and put on a good word for me. What should I do next? Considering I am an international student and don’t have much money for a lawyer or to pay the fine and court costs?
Well, first off...may not be the best idea to converse with the police when you are in the possession of marijuana. That officer's job was to arrest you and charge you with a crime, not to be your friend and help you out. He did his job, clearly, by arresting you and charging you with a crime. If...Read more »
Last night she called the police because I asked her to pay the bills on the 4th of next month, the police came and asked me to leave, I am a senior disabled handicapped male with 8 back surgeries and an Cardiac stent.
I see no reason for this type of treatment by the police, I had to leave... Read more »
My wife was arrested a couple years ago and last month finally came to a plea agreement of misdemeanor posession marijuana 2nd and got 1 year suspended jail sentence and 2 years supervised probation and assessment at a court referral. We had some problems and she missed her assessment 2 times and... Read more »
You can hire an attorney to file a motion requesting that her bond be reinstated. Typically probation violations automatically result in a "no bond" decision by the court. The whole point of bond is to make sure that you show up to your next court date. Here, that isn't a certainity, as she didn't...Read more »
This really depends on a few things, including but not limited to: the reason for the court date, any plea agreements, whether you are on probation, and a host more potential issues. Here's a scenario:
Andy is charged and found guilty of Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance. He is...Read more »
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