We live in a subdivion here in the philippines and there are complaines for us from the homeowners officers and in the lower side there is sign of a attorney. Is the attorney allowed to sign in a internal problem of a subdivion?
It could depend on how the attorney's authority arises or is expressly defined. It would be advisable to check with a local attorney because it could possibly involve elements of principal-agency, conflicts, or other issues governed by Philippine law. Good luck
And it was in a ditch off the road so I wrote my number and said I'll be right back in 2 windows I went to get straps and help to pull it out when I returned 20mins later the police was there said they were impounding it for an investigation couldn't tell me where or when or how to get it I couldnt... Read more »
March 2018 a friend who is disabled had a gun brought to him from a CI. He was a felon, after the ci left the sheriff's department stormed into his home without a warrant. The motion to suppress was heard in September 2018 in federal court. the judge questioned the deputy in great lengths and was... Read more »
Court appointed attorney never contacted defendant, only when COA came back as affirmed defendant was notified. This is a Sexual Assualt case of a minor. Where defendant received 50 years no DNA on 1 count of aggravated sexual assault and 3 counts of indecency.
I am sorry for your troubles. Yes he can proceed pro se. But it would be best to seek legal help from one of the legal agencies. I will post the websites for those that assist people on criminal cases.
Google "Thurgood Marshall School of Law Innocence Project" (TMSLIP).
This judgement is almost 10 years old come sept and they have filed a renewal of judgement. I haven't heard from these people in over 9 years at least. It wasnt on my credit or anything and now they have gone form 2100 to 9000 in jidgement request. How do I get this stopped?
i am 100 % innocent my attorney told me that if i took deal my son would get released that day if i didn't he was gonna do years and so was i and all i was supposed to get was 52 weeks parenting classes and 90 days workrelease and what i got is 52 weeks child abuse class 180 days workrelease a... Read more »
a man never licenced in dentistry ran a office, advertised cheap oral surgery, emergency oral care. i paid this man to fix a failing tooth and he says u will look like a movie star he ends up pulling most of my back teeth ground down frontal and glued huge fake teeth over the stubs....he kept... Read more »
A plea was offered 7 months ago of 29 years with no minimum mandatory. When the plea was being offered in court, it was stated on the record that the minimum, per sentencing guidelines, that could be imposed was 27.27 years with minimum mandatory if trial was lost. Recently, it was discovered that... Read more »
I was at work when I felt a pop followed by a searing pain that knocked me breathless onto the floor (in the worst paralyzing pain ever) from a squatting position. ER diagnosed me with an umbilical hernia. I was put on modified duty (not given hours to this day). The single medication I was RXd... Read more »
Since this is a denied case, I would contact an attorney and relay all information and then see if you have a viable case. The five requirements we need are (1) an injury resulting in hernia that (2) the hernia appeared suddenly and (3) was accompanied by pain and the (4) hernia immediately...Read more »
You can get any fines and costs paid/posted in District Court either credited toward any fines/costs imposed in Circuit Court, or refunded to the extent they exceed those imposed in Circuit Court or you are found not guilty. However, you will not get the appeal filing fee back.
In the 9th or 11th courts I need reversed appeals due to judge called a sua sponte mistrial without defendant knowing due to the states witness declared he was coerced by the state without manifest necessity. To tell you the truth I’ve tried for three days now and my mind can’t take reading... Read more »
I am not entirely convinced this question wasn't posted by a bot of some sort, but interestingly sometimes it can be really difficult to practice law competently. There are literally dozens of qualified appellate attorneys all over the state of Florida who would be delighted to provide a...Read more »
He had complaints about how the prison has been treating everyone in their block. I turned it into the state and they were going to forward the complaints to a doc official. Now his visitation has been blocked and he is not calling me. I want to know how his appeal is going to figure out if he was... Read more »
This is one of those things that is really easy to do, after you've done it once. Each of Florida's five district courts of appeal have their dockets online: once you know which district he's in, you just put the case number or his name in and you can see the current status.
Is it legal. My kids are disabled. They are not giving them time to come in compliance nor the opportunity to come up to code although there are other properties as bad or worse. Would this be harrassment and what can I do?
It is not harassment. But you must hire a competent attorney to file a Writ of Certiorari in Chancery Court immediately to enjoin and declare the administrative action illegal. After reading the Codes, you might complain to the City or County Codes Office, but it will be futile. You must act...Read more »
She is a distant relative and before the hearing the judge had already made his decision based on the lies they told about the son and daughter. She has fought the daughter who is undercurator about everything per her lawyer. If family wants anything including photos we are told we have to... Read more »
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