book against my will they came into my house on 11/19/2014 pull a gun out on me because i was video taping him asking him what reason did he just enter into my home he states i was call long story short they took me out my home and tried to kill me in a public hospital with hand cuffs on behind my... Read more »
We had a child. She was on DSS for awhile and I joined with her. We had a kid but she told me it might not be mine. It's my first so I didn't know what to do so I stayed. Found out two years later it was mine. Then hit with a ten grand arrears and had to pay child support living with them. I don't... Read more »
Is there any legal recourse? The bank has been dishonest multiple times, I have by mail requested the application which they approved in my name (spelled incorrectly and wrong mothers maiden name etc) and they are refusing to send me the application. According to government websites they cannot... Read more »
The bank is right. If the card was canceled you have no damages. If you made a police report, then the police investigate the account, not you. The bank records are not yours, by your own allegation. You can sue and do a subpoena, but I am not sure what the suit would be claiming.
Friend worked for former border patrol, customs enforcement and secret service for Carter and Ford and has photos and documents of his involvement in drug enforcement operations, and a former boss was suppose to turn in narcotics and arrest those involved yet turned around and gave it back and did... Read more »
Unfortunately--even if everything you said is 100% true--there is nothing anyone can do about it today. Why? Because of the extremely, long period of time that has elapsed between the time of the drug-related issues (late seventies) and now.
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.
I'm a pro sae litigator as I have had to take my "family" court case to the federal court. Administrator Joan Posner ( family court is in fact a private for profit contract business.) How can I file a lawsuit against
Who else signed the order? Was it a magistrate or judge pro tempore (they are able to sign orders)? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my...Read more »
Trying to figure out where to go about getting money for medical bills pain and suffering and missed work, it’s been 4 days and I’m going back to er as I’m getting dizzy can’t hear well or swallow and ringing I’m ears and head pain
You can report the crime to the police, and if the attacker is found guilty you may receive certain funds from the defendant as part of his/her criminal sentence. You may also be able to sue the attacker for civil damages. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue....Read more »
A friend of mine who I am no longer in contact with pleaded guilty to a fairly serious federal felony last summer. His PSIR took place last month and along with an attachment (title "Supplement plea agreement") is still sealed. His sentencing hearing was scheduled for next week but on friday there... Read more »
This is about a real estate fraud case ,where a person who had 2 lawsuits against them 1 for fraud sold a building that was not solely theirs to a developer corp,who then used their attorneys to help the person who commited fraud to force a win that ended up hurting the victim of multiple crimes... Read more »
I am on Parole and due to a call my fiance made during the beginning of our relationship, my loudness due to hearing problems I was not aware of got her scare. We have been living together before for 3 years.the reason I am on parole is because I left NY to go with her to NC with out permission,... Read more »
It really depends on whether or not there is a TPO in place and, more importantly, whether the stairway provision has been struck from the TPO or not. If it has not, a lawyer can easily make a motion in the Family Court to have to stay away provision taken out of the order so U2 may stay together....Read more »
Under the statute, police officers AND federal law enforcement officers are permitted to identify themselves as such. Only people who PRETEND to be police or federal law enforcement officers are violating the statute. Even for regular citizens (i.e. non police/feds) simply wearing a shirt that says...Read more »
Yes, if she is being charged with identity theft she is facing deportation. Immigration is an extremely complex and technical area of law. This is not merely a matter of filling out forms. What you do not know can have grave consequences and even prevent you from obtaining immigration benefits. You...Read more »
if i work for a business that deals with cash over 10k cash a day in NYC, and i in self defense shoot someone with a unregistered firearm in self defense, will i go to jail or what are the consequences.
It depends. You can go to jail, and you can be charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm. Furthermore, you can be charged with a litany of offenses from the shooting. Self defense is merely an affirmative defense that can excuse the shooting, but doesn't guarantee it. I recommend you...Read more »
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