We went to court over a seized vehicle. The documents that were notarized were out of date (notary seal). Also the same paperwork done by the county sheriffs department had the wrong VIN number on all the documents. Yet the court still seized my vehicle. Anything i can do?
It was only temporary till I could get back on my feet from being sick. He changed it so it read forever as a gift which is not what is was suppose to be and he knew it. He attorney did not explain it to me at all. He changed it behind my back and did not tell me.
My nephew raps/makes music and uses his alias name on internet. Some way authorities want to say that it is gang related and charging him with gang activity. He is 17 he has been in trouble once before for taking another young man cell phone. They are also charging him with prowling because he and... Read more »
Unless you have been arrested for or convicted of a crime, you are not going to be thrown in jail. If you are simply not making your payments because you are having financial difficulties, you may be sued and your credit rating damaged, but you will not go to jail for non payment. Debtors prisons...Read more »
I have practiced Social Security Disability law in Virginia for 35 years. Decisions by Social Security Administrative Judges are not posted on the Internet. However, if a Social Security denial is appealed to the US Federal District Court, you can find those decisions on the Internet.
it is usually a discretionary determination by a judge or a jury. it is oftern referred to as the "reasonable man" standard, i.e., what would a reasonable person do under the same or similar circumstances. there is rarely a statue that defines reasonableness but sometimes there are court...Read more »
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