A salesperson, independent contractor (1099) has been diverting our customer sales to a company he has established for himself by misleading customers that they are dealing with us when in fact he has been charging their credit cards through his company. We have documented communications where he... Read more »
My son is charged with a VOP. He has had a public defender. I want to get him an attorney for this particular issue. Would a new attorney hired for this VOP likely be granted a postponement to familiarize himself with the client file?
The answer is maybe and it would depend on the facts of the case and the judge and prosecutor assigned to it. However unless the case is very unique why would the new attorney need a postponement. Most VOP's are for either not showing up when requested for a drug test, failing a drug test or...Read more »
Someone I know was taken in the police station for a DUI... They were cuffed to the wall at the local police station. They snapped the cuffs from the wall... Then went over to the cop and let him know his system wasn't in the best shape. Then he sat back down. Curious what he could potentially... Read more »
I caught a new charge while on CSL for 13 years. Never been in any trouble. I got profiled and charged with DWI, refuse breath test and Obstruction of governmental administration. I wasnt intoxicated and have cell phone footage as proof. Still have my license after DMV hearing but New Jersey parole... Read more »
All charges can and have in the past been beat, however a lawyer would need to hear all the facts of your case and see the state's case is in what is called the discovery to tell you what your particular chances are. Unfortunately that means really need to hire one of us to get that answer. if...Read more »
hit a cyclist stopped my car and checked he was ok. He was fine just complained bike was damaged. No police called I didn’t make any police report. I now received a hit and run letter from a lawyer claiming property damage. What do I do. The cyclist came out in front of me on a roundabout.
If charged by the police get yourself a good Criminal lawyer you will be facing loss of your license and jail time. If not charged but just received a letter from a lawyer notify your insurance company and if you didn't have insurance or enough insurance hire your own lawyer to defend the case.
We have open harassment charges against them because they constantly harass us day in and day out. This is something that we think they have done just to get on our nerves but I’m worried about what they will do with footage of my two year old.
Its difficult to respond because I am not sure what the question is. Were you arrested? For what? Who searched you? What did they do? What did they find? What does the guest and the fight have to do with the police? Why were the police there? Was it in a car? Home? In Public? Additional...Read more »
It can be either based on what was said and done. Thus a person commits a crime of the fourth degree if he makes a written false statement which he does not believe to be true, on or pursuant to a form bearing notice, authorized by law, to the effect that false statements made therein are...Read more »
She showed me a knives in a verbal fight and threat me to call the police. I grabbed her hands and took the knives then she started to attacked me. when I was trying to dial the police number she runs out of the house yelling to call the police because I was hitting her. My t shirt was ripe, and I... Read more »
Yes it is a crime to give a police officer any law enforcement officer your incorrect name she should have given her first middle and last name not just her middle and last to make it like she is a different person. that being said if you were charged with a crime her being charged with one also...Read more »
In general you looking it up to five years in jail $15,000 in fines up to 2 years lost driver's license, probation and other penalties as determined by the court. This is a serious offense so if you're charged with it immediately hire a good criminal lawyer. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a...Read more »
child support he went back and forth to the court telling them she's not in the country and 8 times they stop the support they tell her to bring school records she never does the she waits a year and goes back to file another support order final in Feb 2018 they judge stop the order and told her... Read more »
An Appellate Court proceeding is not a new trial. What your husband needs to do is to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to make a motion in NJ based on the current realities. But child support and visitation have nothing to do with each other. Appeals statistically fail the vast majority...Read more »
The answer depends as you are not allowed to have your high beams on when another car is nearby either during the day or night. That being said he may have another defense as these are serious charges which can effect his job choices for life. Thus, get yourself a good criminal lawyer that is...Read more »
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