He tried to kill me fractured my Tibia Fibia. He was going for my head he damage my left elbow (as I cover up). He came in defense of his sister my wife. And began battering me with his bat. However, I was charge with domestic violence after I woke up from a coma. When I woke up I was told I was... Read more »
Like many states, New York’s law sets time limits for a host of specific crimes. For crimes not specifically listed in the statute, a general statute of limitations applies based on the category of the crime. The general time limits are:
Hi everyone..I am planning to buy a land (its in the commercial zone) for my 2 kids..I want them to be owner of the property..The problem is they are just kids, 5 and 7 years old..and I divorced long time ago.. I have joint custody with my ex..my kids are not living with me..My ex has the physical... Read more »
I went there to bring her home because she's a minor there. Police & all, she's not rational & the mom there never advised she was there. If 18 is a minor why couldn't she come with me as I'm her mother?
She hosts young children for early life education through a variety of programs. Whenever it rains, it pours through the ceiling with video proof. She has to cancel classes, refund parents and as a new business risks families going else where. What can she do to make the landlord fix the roof? Or... Read more »
Due to the PAUSE orders by Gov. Cuomo, the time to file a motion to reargue was tolled. Thus, based on your post, it appears timely. However, if there is no stay, and you have the right to enter judgment, you can do so.
What do you do? Reach out to an attorney for a quick consult. Many attorneys would offer you a free initial consult to outline your options and their fees. You could locate attorneys in or near the county where this happened in the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, or you could search independently online....Read more »
Most law offices, including mine, have programs that provide case law. However, what you're asking is for someone to spend time researching, refining, and providing that to you. I'm not sure if this is the right forum for that. Although, perhaps one of my colleagues would be happy to...Read more »
I had a 3rd surgery, knowing the procedures however it’s during Covid and my husband was not with me to help. I forgot to leave my rings at home. I was given bags for my stuff and put my rings in those because that’s all I was offered. I was not told there was a safe at all! After surgery, the... Read more »
As a general rule, state laws generally supersede local laws. There are settings where local laws are sometimes stricter than state or federal laws. In terms of local laws being rewritten, that could be up to city officials, based on peoples' feedback. It would be best to consult with an...Read more »
I rehomed my 11 month old kitten shadow on craigslist . I am asking the person i sold it to for her to return her . I told her i would give her , her money back plus $60 extra dollars. She said she would return her for the money but now she is refusing to give her back. I havent given her the... Read more »
It could depend on whether the two of you entered into a valid contract. If you satisfied the elements of a contract, in terms of an offer, acceptance and consideration, and there is proof of that, that could memorialize a done deal. But it looks like you have subsequent communications that might...Read more »
It was a civil case in supreme court and one of the lies was, that they did not receive any services from my firm, but now 10 years later they are using / selling my idea of two product I initially conceived when developing larger project for them which proved to be difficult as they kept revising... Read more »
Your question is a bit vague - if you're asking whether the causes of action in the original state case can be revisited, the answer is "maybe." It would depend among other things on whether the evidence of the "lies" is new or known at the time of the original case, or...Read more »
If you were served with a summons and complaint, you will need to submit responding papers within a specified time depending upon how you were served. Suggest retaining an attorney to do so on your behalf and to attempt to negotiate a resolution on your behalf.
i had signed the contract before covid 19. i got loan commitment. Now sellers are keeping making excuse not to close as unable to find apartment. Can i sue them for specific performance? court are not working properly. Does it take a long time before you see a judge. How does it work?
Do you have a lawyer? Prior to suing you need to send a "time is of the essence letter" to the seller. Then you can file a complaint. You see a judge quickly as you file an order to show cause and the courts are hearing motions online.
My 10 year old son waa riding his bike on the sidewalk and accidentally bumped into a woman. The woman fell and scraped her elbow. My son got scared and left his bike and ran home. A few minutes later, I arrived at the scene and the woman's husband immediately began threatening to sue me. The... Read more »
I have an 8 year old daughter. Her mother and her partner are reckless about COVID-19 infection, attending protests, traveling on airlines, not wearing masks, not using sanitizer etc. By contrast, I have protected my daughter with every measure possible... Read more »
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