You don't. You make a motion to dismiss the case, stating your reasons. You file the original with the clerk of the court and send a copy to the plaintiff or its attorney. As to the summons - if the summons was delivered to a person authorized by law to accept it at your residence (as an...Read more »
Well i signed a distribution deal with the label 80/20% cut and i own all Masters and music i created for 5 albums to be distributed over 5 years 2014 . i only have given And released 4/5 before i lost contact with them _ them = the label . i have had head trauma after signing to where i forgot... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could continue to await a response, but there is a category here, Entertainment/Sports Law. You could try reposting and adding that as a category. There's no guarantee all posts are answered, but attorneys...Read more »
If a fee is nonrefundable, there isn't anything "left over" and the full fee is earned by the attorney when paid. When attorneys accept a case, they immediately start working on its, and they are precluded from representing any adverse party to the client. They are allowed to...Read more »
Trying to get what justice any way we can for our daughter that was taken advantaged of and overdosed at perpetrator house. Seeking his home insurance. Investigators never got dna from suspects and we believe there was others at the house at the time of her fatal moments. There was other phones... Read more »
It will depend on the facts and circumstances of when the phone conversations took place and the substance of the conversations. The hearsay exceptions, regardless if the declarant (i.e., person being sued or daughter) is available to testify, are codified in O.C.G.A. section 24-8-803. The hearsay...Read more »
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A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Nationwide, the tried and trusted methods are phone, email, and regular mail. However, law firms can operate differently from one another in terms of embracing technology. There are offices that still use faxes,...Read more »
I never said anything or pressed charges because I didn’t want to burden my aunt and uncle and I was ashamed. I always figured it was too late to do something. When I found out that there was another victim and that the offender is still infatuated with children per his Facebook page, I felt the... Read more »
In the civil context, because the abuse occurred before July 1, 2015, you would have had to file a civil lawsuit on or before your 23rd birthday. See O.C.G.A. section 9-3-33.1. Thus, any civil claim will likely be time barred.
In the criminal context, prosecution would have had to occur...Read more »
Hello. On 1-3-2022 I was pull over for non-working brake lights (pre-video evidence,they work) 12 broken ribs and lung collapsed and multiple dog bites as well as getting hit by the officers and they admitted to striking in police report. I need help please.
An attorney probably needs to know more about the facts, before they can agree to represent you. They will want to know if you complied with the police requests or if you were the aggressor. They would likely want to know if you were under the influence of any medications at the time. There are...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Personal injury attorneys tend to deal more with physical injury matters involving insurance. You could search for attorneys with experience in civil rights and housing discrimination. It looks like you're...Read more »
This question brings up Qualified Immunity, which is a defense under which cops are immune from civil suits for violating constitutional (i.e. arguably your brother's 4th amendment unreasonable seizure right and possibly an excessive force claim) and statutory rights in the course of...Read more »
Honestly? Probably chalk this up to an experience to learn from. When you no longer had the family connection ("ex" father-in-law) you should have removed everything from the house immediately. You could sue them of course, but then you would only get the table if you won. On the...Read more »
The attorney lied on me in the deposition and it hurt my civil case in which I was a victim of a car accident. He has had a close relationship with the opposing counsel the whole time and left me hanging since I didn't take a low ball offer. After firing the attorney, the lawyer then lied to... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. At this point, you could consider reaching out to attorneys to discuss the file and figure out its disposition in terms of the motion you describe and other issues. It would be difficult for attorneys here to reach...Read more »
Refuses to return the vehicle and continue to deal, and refuses to give me any money back that have been paid into the vehicle. It was financed in their name. Verbal agreement on me keeping the vehicle and making payments.
Since there is no written contract about the essential terms of you all's verbal agreement, then much more information will be needed to better answer your question. Whether there are any written communications (text messages, emails, etc.) that indicate an understanding between you all. I...Read more »
The One Party Consent rule means that at least one (1) person to the conversation must know of the conversation being recorded. If only two (2) people are involved in the conversation, then one of the two must know of the conversation being recorded. Given that you won't be a party to the...Read more »
Although it is not a crime to serve process on a minor, doing so likely goes against the procedures outlined in the Georgia's Civil Practice Act. Depending on the set of circumstances involved in the case will determine what procedure needs to be followed. If the lawsuit is against a minor,...Read more »
Without more information on the circumstances surrounding the dispute, a complete answer cannot be given. However, filing a motion to dismiss can be done for a variety of reasons and is case specific. Therefore, It is highly recommended that you contact an attorney that specializes in civil suits....Read more »
We (My wife and I) purchased a vehicle from a dealer and when we bought it the check engine light was not on. We bought the vehicle in TN and drove it to Ga. Before purchasing the vehicle we told the salesmen we needed emissions done in our state. He told us that her does not due emissions. We got... Read more »
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