I have had no contact in 12 yrs and I'm trying to have it removed. I have had no. associated people attempt service and a paid process server and they are unable to locate the individual. I have filed motion and continuances to no help on my part. Can you please assist me
If you are unable to serve the other party, then you can submit a motion for service by publication to the Court. You will, however, have to establish to the court the steps that you took to locate the other person.
My boyfriend and I had started out in what i thought to be a dream vome true relationship. However, september of last year we got into a scuffle over something he was hiding on his phone. The cops got invovled and now he is taking it to trialeven though he admitsto me to what he did. He began... Read more »
Your niece should file a paternity action against the father. Her parents may have to be the one to do this since she is a minor. The court can enter custody orders. However, the father is likely to be entitled to some contact with his child. Your niece or her family should get a lawyer to help her...Read more »
I have been taken care of most of those yrs. WIfe is breadwinner and has $200,000 to $400,000 in assets. I been living on st and hotels over a yr, no car or health insur or any of our or my things. She moved and took everything we had. I just want my life back or at least part of it. We lived... Read more »
A mandatory restraining order, unless it is modified prior to or during probation, remains in fully force and effect. That means there is no automatic modification of the order without filing a motion to modify the restraining order and asking a judge to modify it. Otherwise it terminates when...Read more »
There are a couple of answers to your question here. First, yes, it is against the law to falsely report a crime. However, the report must be made to law enforcement to fall under the "false reporting" statute.
Second, are more toward your question, when someone files a protection...Read more »
My wife has severe PTSD from her first husband( held captive for 3 years cult police rescued her). We lost everything and came to Co for my son who has a half a heart left side.My son and I said the same statement. I wasn't allowed to contact my paid lawyer. But even my PD said I would win, but... Read more »
Assuming all the facts stated in your question are accurate (it is always possible something was misheard), then the answer to your question is no; a defendant's decision to proceed to trial or accept a plea offer, must be knowing and voluntary. A threat to penalize a defendant if they go to trial...Read more »
The protective order restrains whoever it is being enforced against. The restrained party has the obligation to make sure they do not come in contact with the protected parties, whoever they may be. If the protective order includes no contact and/or requires whoever the restrained party is be a...Read more »
You may want to file for a civil protection order that will limit her contact with you and your son. You should retain an attorney for this. Also, you could contact the police since assault is a crime.
he still have to allow visits? We were living together off & on we also violating protection order. I did file for full custody & no mediation I didn't know he retained the same attorney for custody case in Jan that he had for criminal. I haven't been able to talk or see my son in over week and... Read more »
His child slept thru the entire thing. He was even tazed 10 feet away. The police had to wake his son up to let him know what was going on. The police had asked if he wanted them to call his mom. He said no he would stay with me than the next day go to grandpa's. So they left him with me which was... Read more »
We were in a violent fight due to a sensitive problem that happened less than a week prior. The fight led to my significant other being charged with assault and false imprisonment. I was sent to the hospital for 4 stitches in my lip. Being investigated after a traumatic experience had me... Read more »
The likelihood of success here is minimal. You can certainly contact the victim advocate associated with the prosecutor's office and make your wishes known. But to be perfectly honest, it is unlikely that they will honor your wishes regarding dropping the charges and lifting the DANCO. You may...Read more »
It's been over a month since I left my ex boyfriend of 2 years. We we're living together and I moved out, staying on my friends couch for now. After several times of telling him to leave me alone, he persists. I have blocked him on everything - my phone, email, social media. For him to create a new... Read more »
While it is possible to pursue a civil protection order, the best approach is usually to contact the your local police about the harassment. If they find an incidence of domestic violence (note: DV charges do not necessarily require physical harm if threats of physical violence are concrete), an...Read more »
The case will be filed in Juvenile Court - and most likely - if the injuries were not serious - the juvenile will be offered a diversion program which is a kind of probation that ends with a dismissal of the case following anger management classes etc.
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