answered on May 24, 2023
There a lot of potential reasons. You would need to speak with her criminal defense attorney to find out why. You can also review the court file for answers as to what has been happening the last 3 years.
I have recordings
answered on Jan 9, 2023
Your question doesn't give any details as to you or your situation. If you believe a crime has been committed, you may need to file a police report.
Do I have to get rid of them or can they be locked up in a safe and he cannot utilize them. I can’t seem to get a clear answer.
answered on Mar 28, 2022
I have seen charges for possession by a prohibited person filed against a person when the house they were staying in had locked-up guns in a floor of the home that the homeowner did not allow them access to, although technically they could have gone into that area of the home. They didn't... Read more »
Also if there is money left over, can you get it back?
answered on Mar 9, 2021
You should review the fee agreement with the attorney before signing the fee agreement and making the retainer payment. The fee agreement will have details as to how the attorney calculates/reports their hours and if any unused retainer will be returned to you. There are number of different fee... Read more »
victum of crimes, idenity theft, synthteic idenity theft, full reports of synthetic idenity theft, mix match combinations of several diff ccredit reports to make up fake identies, extreme misuse and abuse of my ssn, linked to another ssn, causing all this hvac, in 2018 i was a mother in need, this... Read more »
answered on Feb 17, 2021
I'm not sure I follow your question but the Federal Trade Commission has some suggested steps to take if you believe you are the victim of identity theft. This might be a good resource for you to start with.
answered on Oct 21, 2019
It would be a difficult argument to make in terms of duty of care in the context of tort law. In terms of a social duty, you raise a good point. Good luck
My 16 year old daughter is talking to a 25 year old they are very close and he is a respectful man. They have never done anything sexual before they haven’t even went out on a date, they just FaceTime. Is this illegal?
answered on May 30, 2019
It is not illegal for a minor to communicate with an adult. Yet, it is never an idea you want to allow! Only face time? How do you know? The adult is much too old and any thing other than normal conversation is likely to get him in grave trouble. Don't allow this type of communication Ever.
20 - life. Should she take it to trial? She's willing to take a polygraph test, check phone records, etc.. What should she do?
answered on Oct 18, 2018
Seriously, how can any internet attorney opine with those flimsy facts?
She has an attorney. She should listen to her attorney's advice.
this witness was a bystander
My friend is indicted because a few people who were already indicted, said he sold them drugs. All are false. Doesn't there need to be more evidence?
answered on Oct 27, 2017
There does not need to a actual possession or a controlled buy in order to be indicted for example a conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance or the aiding and abetting the distribution of a controlled substance. All the elements of each crime still have to be proven beyond a reasonable... Read more »
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