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Asking a lawyer what he or she thinks is asking the lawyer to provide work. Most of our work, before one of us may open our mouths in a courtroom, or in writing on an appeal..... is thinking through the problem at...Read more »
What? Have to pay a lawyer for the work they do? On a criminal case at that? Say its no so!
THAT stated, JUSTIA is noT a dollar store version of lawyering where you get lawyers to provide actual reliable legal advice on the cheap so you don't have to pay an actual lawyer to handle...Read more »
if you read my last question thoroughly then read this question thoroughly then you would understand my question..other than that you dont have to answer if its too hard to understand instead of complaining because im trying to find answers and you dont have them or just one of those who help this... Read more »
Please stop asking the same question over and over. I have already answered your same question a number of times. If the Police ask you your name and you either refuse to give them your name or give a false name, you can and will be charged with obstruction. You have been charged with an offense,...Read more »
What? Your question is confusing. If the Police ask you to identify yourself and you refuse to do so or give a false name, you absolutely can and will be charged with Obstruction. If you have been charged with any offense, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney right away. The sooner you hire...Read more »
What? If a Police Officer asks you what your name is, you have to give them your name or you could be charged with Obstruction at a minimum. If you have been charged with an offense, you need to hire an attorney right away.
You have already asked the same question and I have already responded to that same question. You must identify yourself if asked by a Police Officer. If you fail to do so or give a false name, you will be charged with Obstruction at the very least.
If a Police Officer asks you what your name is, you have to tell them your actual name. If you give them a false name or refuse to tell them your name, you could be charged with Obstruction, which is a Misdemeanor offense.
December 24th, 2017 @ 7:03 the driver sped thru the intersection failing to stop at all and with speed. I drove through my intersection w/ no stop sign and I t-boned the driver with passenger through the UBER app. Driver was driving with 2 moving violations of speeding over 15 mph within that year... Read more »
Your case should be postured to file suit soon based on your fact description. I would urge you to hire an experienced attorney if you haven't done so already. The "Driver's" traffic violation records may not come in as evidence necessarily and will likely be challenged as to relevancy. There...Read more »
My gf n i broke up she has my washer dryer and freezer i messaged her to ask when i could come by and get them no answer so i tried instagram and found out she is using my last name and now claiming im harassing her when she never told me to stop nor did she just block me but i told her i would be... Read more »
I was as a child in a hit and run accident which at the time I had a relative as a guardian this now I'm an adult yet being with my guardian and I having us both going to the Daley center in Chicago Illinois for this civil settlement lawsuit we had won moreover I'm now independent as an adult with... Read more »
A new requirement was added to my responsibilities, I asked for an accommodation for my disability, was told no, and if I couldn’t complete it without an accommodation it would effect my employment... asked again 6 months later, was told no again and that “I just didn’t want to do it” and... Read more »
There is no way to answer your question effectively without an appointment (typically several hours long) reviewing the facts and any documents you can supply, investigating the medical condition that causes you to seek reasonable accommodation, etc.
I get pulled over for no front plate officer approaches window do you have you drivers licence and insurance. My answer no I don't I left it at home and insurance is on my phone but I have my ID. Officer aggressive starts looking through the drivers side with his flash light. Then proceeds to ask... Read more »
Have you been charged with a crime? If so, you need to hire an attorney to assist you right away. The sooner you hire an attorney the better. If you have not been charged with a crime, there is not much you can do at this point.
You are likely entitled to a remedy, but the best course of action is dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the location of the apartment, and whether or not it is subject to the RLTO.
In any event, I recommend organizing everything in your possession relevant to...Read more »
The cop lied saying I tried to get back in my vehicle and that then he tased me. Really he walked me out in the field and beat the crap out of me and tased me out there. Four months later I get a warrant for drug possession, resisting, and obstruction. Grounds for dismissal?
This is something for you to discuss with your attorney. Your attorney will have all of the needed information in order to answer this question. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away. The sooner you hire an attorney the sooner that attorney can start working on the...Read more »
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