while being questioned by a kohls investigator, about a stalking incident, def stated he never saw or met the victims b4 said incident. def was arrested for giving a false statement, due to a video survailance showing him talking to victims 2 weeks prior. def. state he sincerely didnot remember the... Read more »
Something tells me that you don't have the facts straight. First, a Kohls investigator does not work for the government, so a statement to a private individual is not a statement to the government. Next, your facts indicate that the Court of Appeals considered your arguments about the false...Read more »
The judge is going to ask you: Why did you wait 20 years to challenge that you are not the father? Why didn't you do that 20 years ago? If you look back at the original order it no doubt says that you are the father in the original order. If you were not the original father, it should...Read more »
As an indigent appellant of an underlying family law case, I elected to proceed with the clerk's transcript and settled statement in lieu of reporter's transcripts (CRC 8.137). The trial court modified my proposed settled statement and certified the modified statement as an accurate... Read more »
First, I am not a California lawyer. But I would file that motion, or a similar motion, in the appellate court, which would call attention to your problem. And if you plan on filing a reply brief, then attach the trial court's modified statement in that brief, and in the reply brief...Read more »
I was found by an Administrative Law Judge of the AZ Corporate Commission to be a control person responsible for actions by others. ALL testimony was that another person was the sole control person. I never signed, nor agreed to, any operating agreement or other documents that gave me any powers.... Read more »
First, I am not an Arizona lawyer. If the AZ appellate rules allow, perhaps you can file a motion for reconsideration to the AZ Supreme Court, asking them to take the case. Aside from that, you have one avenue for appeal left: a writ of certiorari to the US Supreme Court (very expensive and a whole...Read more »
C.D.C.R is not doing what court have ruled and instructed them to do in this decision but using the excuse that they are waiting for the Ca. Supreme court to make a 2nd ruling. Can c.d.c.r do such a thing? This case is HOLDING. Shouldn't c.d.c.r do what the courts have told them to do... Read more »
First of all, I am not a California attorney. But I would think that the Court of Appeals should follow its decision, perhaps you should file a motion with the Court of Appeals stating that its decision has been on hold for nearly six months, and it's time to enforce it: the CDCR should change...Read more »
I was scheduled to receive $75,000 at age 35 and $375,000 at age 45 through a structured settlement that was created after my father passed away. At age 22, about 10 years ago, I sold a portion of my structured settlement for a lump sum of money. I was about 22 at the time. The judge in San Diego... Read more »
Your description of your legal issues raises more questions than answers. In order to get an informed legal opinion from an attorney you need to retain an attorney for a consultation. Be thorough with your facts, and bring all relevant documents to the consultation, which will consume at least 1...Read more »
Broadcom Inc issued a workplace place restraining order to against me. I left the company 3 years ago. I contacted some of my coworkers and managers because my life is heavily disturbed by the manager who wrongly terminated me by cheating the HR in the past three years. And I asked their help to... Read more »
I am sorry but no one can know the answer to your question without far more information. However if the court has granted the restraining order, you better not violate it. If you wish to challenge the restraining order you will have to locate and consult with an attorney who can be allowed to...Read more »
lawyer filed my case in appeals on her decsion , then filed a motion to withdraw and sent me a letter declining further representation. then without my knowledge withdrew her withdraw. she is back on the case with out asking me. 1) doesn't she have to ask me if i want her to get back on the... Read more »
Since taking on the category of Legal Malpractice, I have received hundreds of calls from people relating the horror stories of what their attorney has done to them. My only take away, is that we can only speculate as to why any attorney does anything.
generally if your settlement is under $25,000 there will be no structure. It is not worth the effort. First, the insurance carrier must agree to a structure, then the option is to use their vendor, or seek one of your own. The carrier must pay the money into the structure to avoid a tax...Read more »
My boyfriend caught a charge for marijuana while serving time in prison. He has finished doing the time on his controlling case is now doing the time for the marijuana. Dose he qualify to do a 3rd of the time on this charge under 1170b people vs McCart
Product liability personal injury breast implants rupture. Strong case with new evidence Whistleblower letters on case briefing schedule is a month away I am in CA and other plaintiff is in MISSOURI. Someone help !!
Don't lose further time awaiting a response; you may get a response here, you may not - this isn't an attorney referral service - it's only a Q & A board. Continue to check here, but get on the phone, Internet, search this site, or use other means and start contacting law firms...Read more »
Your post remains open for two weeks. There wasn't a question included, but if you are contemplating an appeal, the best thing to do would be to contact a California attorney immediately to discuss the matter without further delay. In virtually all jurisdictions, appeals are often governed by...Read more »
My brother whom my mother ADIMENTALLY expressed he make no decisions for her was appointed. She died intestate. The judge threw out my brothers OSC for procedure in non service, however she is asking me to comply anyway. How do I respond?
Hi. There is the 20-year SOL, but you may have a better way of approaching this matter. If the collection was on an incorrect use of her SSN (Identity Theft), there are ways to prove this to be true and possibly get the money returned.
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