I sorry your question remains open for two weeks. Only an experienced criminal defense attorney should advise here, but you're waiting for a response. At this point, if you haven't already reached out to attorneys, you could use the tab above (Find-a-Lawyer) to search by region, or you...Read more »
If you're asking whether you can sue your parents for emotional distress, the short answer is no. Short of physical abuse, a court is not going to second guess parents on how best to raise a child. Here's an article I found online which you might find useful,...Read more »
Umm... No. With all due respect, you'll just sound like a crazy person if you cite to a quotation from the Nuremberg Trials in response to being asked to wear a mask (presumably, for the purpose of preventing the proliferation of COVID-19). Private businesses can operate however they'd...Read more »
because I have a record i don't have no felonies they are misdemeanors and happen when I was young but I can't even do a training class for home health aid because of this and I just would like to no what steps I can take to resovle this issue I been having with my record for years
Your question remains open for a week and it covers a number of categories. There's no guarantee that all questions are answered here, but if you wanted to narrow your question down a little bit, where you asked a specific legal question about given situation, you might have better chances of...Read more »
You can truthfully answer that you have not been convicted if your disposition was expunged. However, there are applications such as a pistol permit and certain employment where the permit officer or HR office should be consulted. Some require disclosure of all cases even those that were...Read more »
The fact of "trespassing" will likely constitute "wrongdoing". Unless you meet the statutory conditions of "criminal" tresspassing, it's just a violation in NYS (you can get a ticket for a small fine).
If that is the case, and it can be proven or argued , it would go to surpressing any statements (keeping those statements out of evidence and not used against him) he made and be argued in legal docs called motions.
Depending on the case, one can still be convicted without their own...Read more »
There are attorneys on this board who are knowledgeable in securities-related matters who could best advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL premise, for someone to be liable for scamming or defrauding someone, it usually has to be shown that they had an intent to deceive or...Read more »
An attorney who deals with healthcare law and HIPAA could be a starting point, and depending on more information, possibly a medical malpractice attorney or civil litigation attorney, based on the issues that emerge in making a more detailed assessment. You could use the tab above (Find-a-Lawyer)...Read more »
My friend has been on the run for almost five years. A charge of fraud and another incident where he was in the wrong place at the wrong time with cocaine that wasn’t his. He fled to New York recently for a visit and has just had a baby. The issue as well is he was dealing with someone else prior... Read more »
Every report is faults I can prove every other statement is a lie but the esdropping charge I can't prove i have to go to Grand jury every report is filed by my wife and her friend. I have a public defender because I have a divorce lawyer I can't afford both lawyers. Don't know what... Read more »
Sorry to hear what you're going through. If the reports that were filed against you were truly false, you might have a viable claim for defamation. Here's an article I found online which you might find helpful,...Read more »
I was aressted for esdropping, I did not do it all they have are two statements from my soon to be ex wife and her bestfriend. The ex wife and her friend tried to have me arrested for kidnapping my oldest son, They filed so many false reports on me and some how the esdropping charge stuck.I... Read more »
My advice to you would be to find your attorney's office address online or from the court and physically go to his/her office and ask to speak with them. Be polite and, if they tell you that you can't speak to them without an appointment, make sure that you don't leave the office...Read more »
The same to someone else as well as a conviction for abducting and kidnapping...He is wanted by 2 different counties as a violating felon. She has refused to cooperate with police as to his whereabouts.Is she culpable or can she be charged with any crimes?
An individual cannot get in trouble for refusing to cooperate with the police or help them with their investigation. With that being said, if your daughter in law is harboring the boyfriend, or helping him in any way to escape apprehension, she may have criminal exposure.
Speeding charges in NY are NOT misdemeanors. If he wrote you for reckless driving, that's a misdemeanor. However, speeding offenses are traffic infractions that involve 3 points, 4 points, 6 points, 8 points or 11 points depending on how fast one was traveling. Or in the case of VTL...Read more »
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