More likely this will/can be settled in small claims, depending on the amount specified in your jurisdiction. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
If you and the property are in Florida, you should contact an attorney licensed in...Read more »
More information is needed before an accurate answer can be provided. Warrants are not granted to private citizens, they are obtained through police investigation. Perhaps it may be best to resubmit your question for clarity. I or one of my colleagues will be glad to assist you.
It sounds as though the moving broker acted negligently towards you. If you have never authorized them to release your credit/debit card information to this 3rd party, this may be a case of fraudulent use of credit card or another offense. It is best to consult an attorney who can assess the merits...Read more »
The answer to your question is yes. Anytime there is a potential for a plea bargain, having an attorney representing you is highly advisable. You want to make sure that none of your rights are violated and that any “deal” reached is truly in your best interest. There is more to being eligible...Read more »
No return calls or text -I am filing a report with Police of theft by deception. If anyone interested in this person/company please look at Yelp reviews .—-would this be considered slander/libel in Ga ??
As long as what you have posted is the truth, it is not slanderous. Truth is always an absolute defense. You may benefit from contacting an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
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The answer is yes. Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act (VGCSA) can carry a potential penalty of 2 to 15 years in prison for a first offense and 5 to 30 years in prison for a second and subsequent offense. Commonly, a VGSCA crime refers to Possession of Marijuana. For this reason, it...Read more »
This question is for attorneys well-versed in USPS regulations. Does a county police officer (not state or Federal) have the right to stop and interrogate a USPS mail carrier to ask them to verify an addressee's name on a delivered mail item? The police officer in this analogy has no search... Read more »
The simple answer is no. Since USPS is a governmental agency with specific regulations and rules, it is best to sift all these type grievances through their channels. On the surface, it appears to be a privacy issue. It is always best to consult an attorney who can assess the specifics of your...Read more »
If I have a bank account in my name and my ex is a sub person on the account but her checks are direct deposited to my account and I close the account due to her hacking in and changing all of my information on my bank account where I could no longer get into my account. As well as my emails and... Read more »
It would depend greatly on what you mean by “hacking in” to determine whether you have a cause of action. If she is/was also an authorized account user, she would be/is legally permitted to make changes to the account. However, if she has defrauded you or misappropriated/stolen funds, you may...Read more »
In November my child and others received a nude photo of another child (Victim) from a 3rd kid, (Sender). Child immediately deletes picture and never resent it to anyone. This all happened outside of school.
Today - 2 months later, Victim informs someone at school that picture may be... Read more »
They have no physical address for a office and has went out of his way to ignore the family for over 3 years now even though they are aware the family does not agree with the findings, has the evidence to prove the cause and manner of death to be different then listed on the death certificate, has... Read more »
Yes, you are not only permitted to press charges, it is encouraged. Start by filing a police report. It is best to consult an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case and how best to proceed.
Without more information, it is difficult to provide a definitive answer. Generally, you will still be responsible for repayment to the finance company. It may be best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case.
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