Sye J Broussard's answer I suggest you call the post office and give them a forwarding address for your mail in the future. As far as your personal mail in her possession, she cannot keep something that belongs to you. If you have reason to believe she is keeping your personal items, you can call the local law enforcement agency to escort you to the property to retrieve your belongings. You could also file a criminal complaint with your local law enforcement agency if you believe you are the victim of a crime. It would...
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer You may have a Government Tort Liability Action against the City/County and the Law Enforcement Agency. Contact a competent attorney to file suit, which is not a Jury Trial. However you may not have enough damages nor evidence. You have less than 1 year to build your Case and find an attorney.
Richard Samuel Price's answer I'm sorry that you are going through this. You should have a sit-down discussion with your attorney to understand what has happened. If you don't get satisfactory answers, you can switch attorneys.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Not until someone delivers an original or certified copy of your mother's death certificate to an officer of the bank. If your sister is not a beneficiary and is taking money out of any of your mother's accounts that contain payable on death clauses she is stealing; report her.
Ecleynne Mercy's answer Hey, I know this case is probably pretty overwhelming, however, any attorney will need more information to answer your questions. There are so many factors that will be needed to be considered before any of us attempt to answer your question. I hope this helps.
Michael Arbeit's answer Depending on what the felony convictions was for and any other past criminal history, you may be eligible to seal that conviction pursuant to CPL Section 160.59. You should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in regard to this matter.
Brent T. Geers' answer Depending on what it is they found, possibly. The search warrant likely authorized the cops to enter the house looking for drugs. But once inside, if they happen upon a machine gun or heroine on the coffee table, they obviously arent' going to ignore it.
Marc David Pelta's answer There are federal crimes involved here because the activities crossed states lines. If you read the various articles about it, they explain what federal crimes are being charged in these cases. It is a good question.
Gary Kollin's answer You could have possibly saved your husband a considerable amount of jail tome if you would have hired an attorney in Alabama when he was serving his sentence. The attorney could have had your husband transferred to Alabama undwr the Interstate Agreement on Detainers.
Ecleynne Mercy's answer Make sure she goes to all her court dates. Her attorney will be able to take all the facts into consideration and get the best resolution. Make sure she goes to every single court date though.
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