From the facts and sequence of events you share, the likelihood you will be charged is minimal. As long as you were not present during the committal and had no knowledge of the crime beforehand, you should be clear.
It may still be best to contact an attorney to protect your interests. We...Read more »
Yes. Although taking that action may lower your chances of getting a settlement agreement. A mediation is just a negotiation. Consult and experience Worker’s Compensation attorney to come up with the best strategy for your settlement negotiation.
Mother of child is on the run from law enforcement and father is unknown. She doesnt visit or help with any of the needs the child has. Pretty much abandoned the child after appointing me temporary guardianship.
You would have to apply for temporary guardianship, even though the mother has "given it to you." Since you already have physical custody of the child you would qualify for appointment from the probate court. There are other qualifiers for temporary guardianship, and for this reason it is best to...Read more »
I was driving my spouse’s company car and was involved in an accident 22 months ago. I had permission to drive the car and was told by a company representative that as a spouse I was covered by the automotive insurance policy because my spouse also uses the vehicle for personal use. Yesterday I... Read more »
It is best to consult an attorney versus going through the insurance company. An attorney will work to protect your interests, and the insurance company’s primary objective is to protect their own interests.
Ward was sent to mental facility from emergency room and the ward's stay exceeded the insurance coverage limit. Is the guardian legally liable for payment of the excess charges under Georgia Law? The hospital transferred the ward to the mental facility. I read under Ga Title 29-2-21 that the... Read more »
My insurance company found contributory fault based on investigation. The other party hit the tail end of my car and I had made it through the turn, no speeding, she came from around another vehicle that was stopped and that is when she hit me. She also had expired registration tags. Is this... Read more »
A security guard asks me for my police ID I said it was in the car. She followed me to the car I said I must have I left it home. I left the parking lot and drove home at 11:00am. Five hours 4:00 pm swat was at my house with a warrant for my arrest. I wanted to take a picture of my grandchild with... Read more »
There are several elements to conversion, and more information about your case is required to provide you with a tailored response. Additionally, there are subtle differences that distinguish each of the theft crimes and knowing these subtleties can mean the difference between you presenting a...Read more »
Obstruction of an officer is a felony and the penalty is imprisonment for one to five years.
Theft by taking can be either misdemeanor or felony, depending on the value of the property stolen. If the value is less than $500 then the charge will result in a misdemeanor. However, if the...Read more »
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