William John Light's answer It appears that you are in Texas, but are asking questions of California lawyers. We are not qualified to answer questions about Texas law. If you are in California, and are representing yourself, it is quite normal for the opposing attorney to contact you, especially if you have documents pertaining to the proceedings. If you don't want repeated phone calls, give them the documents, or insist that they serve discovery for production of the documents, if appropriate.
William John Light's answer Yes, it is legal to take photographs in a public space where there is no expectation of privacy. A public school, on public property, during school hours, is such a location.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Nothing you can do about that. If they post it you can try for a cease and desist. If you have collision on the car, why not run it through that, let the insurance company go after them.
William John Light's answer Unless you are being discriminated against based on your age, race, ethnic origin, nationality, disability, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation, etc., then there is no legal remedy for people being mean to you. Take your business elsewhere.
Dale S. Gribow's answer you need a family law attorney with international custody experience....that is not me and i do not even know of any lawyers with that experience............but i suspect they would not be cheap.
are you even in a position to hire a lawyer? if not consider legal aid.
before you make a motion/file on that issue be sure all your past "history" is cleaned up.
if there are outstanding bench warrants or money or conditions owed to the court complete them.
Louis George Fazzi's answer You should take her to court and get civil harassment restraining orders against the woman. You do not need a lawyer to do this. You can get the civil harassment forms from the California courts website. http://www.courts.ca.gov/forms.htm Where it says “select a category“ select civil harassment prevention, then scroll down to the appropriate form and fill it out and print it. Be sure to read all the instructions completely and follow them to the letter. Start with form CH100-INFO and...
Nancy J. Wallace's answer Why you marked 'workers compensation' is a mystery... that said, make a clear itemized written demand to Sprint that Sprint's Breach of Contract resulted in each loss. Leave out your 'feelings'. (Nobody will ever care about any 'feelings'.) Give the vice president and billing staff 10 days in which to respond. Put that deadline in your short, one-page letter. When the 10 days runs, file a SMALL CLAIMS COMPLAINT for damages, attaching that letter. If the letter is one-page, states the...
Gerald Barry Dorfman's answer Your question raises several issues, which you should be prepared to discuss in a lawyer consultation. Of course, the lawyer will want to see the proposal and all written communications. Does the proposal contain an attorney fees clause? A mediation and/or arbitration clause? Did you have reason to know at the time that the last proposal was misunderstood? Did your proposal or a separate contract limit the warranty period to the purchasers? Who paid you, the ultimate users or the...
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Ali Shahrestani, Esq.'s answer I don't hear a question here. You want to sue IMDB for the violations of its users? See: https://www.eff.org/issues/cda230
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Ali Shahrestani, Esq.'s answer If the restrained party breaks the restraining order, that can be considered a violation of the order and possibly charged as a misdemeanor. Contacting the protected party through a 3d party can be considered a violation of the RO. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law...
Brian Lehman's answer Here is a post on how the 11th Circuit decides cases from four years ago: https://brieflywriting.com/2012/04/09/a-peek-inside-the-chambers-how-the-eleventh-circuit-court-of-appeals-decides-cases/
The median time, according to the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, shows it takes in the United States Courts of Appeals to resolve an appeal is eleven months from the filing of the notice of appeal to final disposition. But that is the median and it can vary by circuit...
Ali Shahrestani, Esq.'s answer It sounds like you're being charged with abusing the 911 call process, if I understand your question correctly. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me on my law practice website. This answer does not constitute legal advice; make any predictions, guarantees, or warranties; or create any Attorney-Client relationship.
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