Maybe never. If you plead guilty to or are convicted of trafficking and the vehicle was used in the process; the state could take the vehicle under asset forfeiture. You might have to buy it back at auction. Regardless, you should arrange for another means of transportation to make your court...Read more »
A Class 3 Felony maximum for a first time offender is 8.75 years. The lowest amount could be probation. Obviously, your brother could fall anywhere in-between that and he would want to talk to a lawyer to make sure he gets the lowest amount. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or...Read more »
It is not possible to answer your question without more information. Most likely yes you are liable to the extent of your half of the community property but there are rare circumstances in which you would not be liable. You really need to consult with an attorney about your individual circumstances.
I'm sorry for the impact this injury has had upon your life. You chose categories that make sense for injury/disability. But you mention the Industrial Commission of Arizona. If this involves an injury that occurred in the course of your employment, and you had a workers' compensation attorney at...Read more »
I have already gone thru the courts and filed a judgement and still nothing. There has to be a way to enforce payment or jail for such actions owes me $250k. The state can jail you for non payment why don't I have the same ability?
There are law firms that specialize in collection of judgments. You can contact them to see if there are any avenues you can pursue to collect the judgment. If you believe the business was engaged in fraud, you can contact the Arizona Attorney General's Office to file a complaint and see if...Read more »
If his previous DUI was within 7 years, he will considered a second time offender. This changes the amount of jail time (minimum of 120 days) he faces, the fines, and other sanctions. If he received the second DUI while he was required to have an interlock or he did not have a license, he will...Read more »
For whatever reason the Prosecutor's office decided not to move forward with the case at this time. It could be for a bunch of different reasons such as not having the officer available, a paperwork error, a Grand Jury Indictment is expected, etc. Unfortunately, it is difficult to know and find out...Read more »
The answer to both your questions is most likely yes. I would advise you to speak with a local family law attorney knowledgeable in emancipation to clarify the specifics of your situation, but, generally minors are considered emancipated once they marry and Arizona law requires recognition of...Read more »
There wasn't a question here. If you're wondering which vehicle would be at fault, the one making the U-turn is generally accepted to be at fault. You could contact an Arizona traffic ticket attorney to discuss your best course of action. Good luck
When I bought my house (2017) the previous owners paid for one year of HOA. After that, I never received a bill or notice of a past due balance until this year. But the bill I received was only for 2 quarterly payments. I paid the past due one and planned on paying the second one but it slipped... Read more »
A lien on a house means that when you sell your home, the amount of the lien has to be paid before a clean deed will be provided. It is best to contact an attorney in Arizona who can assist you with with Arizona law and the specifics of your case.
If you have sole legal custody and Father has no parenting time, you may be able to move out of state. More information is needed but worth speaking to an Arizona Family law attorney. Most initial consultations are free.
He is currently hospitalized, but will be returning to long term care facility, and probably shortly, Hospice. His bank is requiring me to obtain a Durable PoA, but, obviously, I won't be able to get that prior to his passing. They said there are other instruments? My brother and I are named... Read more »
I bought a HUD home in Tucson, AZ for my Aunt to use. She could not afford to live on her own. Since it was HUD, she had to be on the title with me as she is the full time resident and I use it as a vacation home. I have paid all money for the home and continue to pay the mortgage. If she uses... Read more »
We are a 3rd party contractor for Home Warranty companies. And customers of the home warranty company are posting negative online reviews, some for reasons out of our hands, due to our restrictions in our contract with the home warranty company. Can we issue a cease and desist and sue if the... Read more »
If you consulted with an attorney regarding such a letter or legal action, they would likely want to see each individual review. If they're negative, it's possible that in itself is not necessarily actionable. An attorney who deals with defamation would examine if they were false and harmful, among...Read more »
I injured my back at work nearly a year ago. At the time, I thought it was minor, so I didn't report it or seek medical attention. However, months later, it is still causing pain and limiting my activities at and outside of work. I realize in hindsight that it was more severe than I had originally... Read more »
You have one year from the date of the injury to file a claim at the Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA). You can still do that if you are actually less than 365 days out. The more serious problem from your message is that you did not report the incident or what you thought might be an injury,...Read more »
Your friend needs a criminal defense attorney, but none of them saw your post under DUI or Insurance Defense. Maybe in the interest of time, instead of reposting, you could just reach out to criminal defense attorneys you see on this site or through your own searches. Based on your description of...Read more »
We have been fighting the case aggv assault on an officer since Oct. 11. I was there and there was no assault or resist during the arrest of my husband. They dismissed the case due to grand jury indictment that means they decided closed doors. One non-guilty arraignment happened and next will be... Read more »
No. The request to extend time was filed by your husband's attorney after the grand jury issued an indictment. There is a hard time limit to challenge the grand jury indictment, so the attorney is making sure they have enough time to challenge the indictment. The second filing is just a...Read more »
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