Alabama Uncategorized Questions & Answers

Q: Can a private towing company enter my vehicle without my permission to release the emergency brake to tow it?

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Answered on Nov 27, 2015
Mr. James Parrish Coleman's answer
As long as they didn't break in and damage the vehicle and were reasonable in what they did, yes. How are you damaged?

Q: does alabama have a codical law

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Answered on Nov 13, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
What do you mean by codical? There is no such word. Do you mean codicil? That is an amendment to a will. Usually, a codicil must be executed with the same formalities as a will. Or do you mean just a code? That would be the statutes of your state, and yes each state has statutes.

Q: I am 18 and had sex with my 16 year old girlfriend. Can I get in trouble for this ?

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Answered on Nov 10, 2015
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer
The age of consent in Alabama is 16. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ages_of_consent_in_the_United_States#Alabama

Q: Can DHR release the name of who called them and filed the complaint after all is said and done?

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Answered on Nov 8, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
What is the context? You gave no facts, just a question. It is extremely difficult to answer questions without the context or the facts.

Q: will they terminate my pre-trial intervention

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Answered on Nov 4, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
You need to have a full discussion with a local criminal defense attorney about this.

Q: Can I get a gun permit in the state of Alabama if I still have a court date for a misdemeanor

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Answered on Oct 30, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
Who has told you that you need a permit?

Q: Nepotism

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Answered on Oct 10, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
Are you asking if this is against the law? Probably not.

Q: What does mississippi code 99-1-5 say in normal people's words.

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Answered on Aug 19, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
You can read it yourself here at Justia: http://law.justia.com/codes/mississippi/2010/title-99/1/99-1-5.

It seems pretty straight forward to me.

Q: What is a judgement summary

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Answered on Oct 15, 2012
Drew Barnett's answer
I believe you are referring to "summary judgment." In civil cases, summary judgment is governed by Rule 56 of the Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure. Essentially, when a party seeks summary judgment, he or she is asking the court to rule that there is no genuine issue of material fact regarding a particular aspect of the case. If no disputed facts exist, there is no need for a jury to decide that particular issue; the judge can make the call. Thus, motions for summary judgment are often used to...

Q: What do the letters DV stand for in front of a case number

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Answered on Oct 11, 2012
Drew Barnett's answer
Under Alabama's official online court filing system (AlaFile/AlaCourt), "DV" is a designation meaning that a particular case is a civil case in district court, as opposed to circuit court.

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