First I suggest that you see someone high up in the management of the DMV in Trenton. Next retain an attorney to get this matter resolved. Good luck. But you will not be able to sue the DMV for your damages.
I am a resident and volunter firefighter in the state of New Jersey. I have completed my State Mandated Firefighter One course and have been riding the trucks for almost 4 years satisfying my mandatory courses to be a riding firefighter in good standing. I have always been one to act, but want to... Read more »
I'm not sure what the BPU is. In Texas, if it is a rural water company, ask to see a copy of the company's tariff. The tariff will set out how they handle payments of deficiencies. If you disagree with the procedure, you can file a complaint with the Texas Commission on Environmental...Read more »
And when the agency I worked for did not notify Social Services in a timely fashion in July of 2012, I now owe another $140.Then I received General Assistance while I was on unemployment. I called and called to talk to someone but back in 2012 those lines were so busy I never got through. Am I to... Read more »
You should contact a personal injury attorney. The case or claim would be against the city. There are special laws and restrictions that apply to claims against government entities. You should be able to get a free consultation from a local personal injury attorney on a matter of this nature.
I am applying for state licensure as a massage therapist. I went through State Police fingerprinting procedure for a personal record request, the same background check procedure I am pretty sure they use for potential licensees just to see what would come up. Unfortunately, I got a hit on a charge... Read more »
I have a case that had been ongoing for almost a year. I had not heard anything the past few months, and then suddenly I am served a notice of a hearing. I get in contact with my lawyer to find out a new lawyer has taken my case and was assured they are up to speed on my case, but then proceeded to... Read more »
The warden told me I did not have to go to court I could just pay the tickets Online and he wrote the prices on back of ticket.Called the municipal court they told me I had to go to court.When I got up to the judge I pled guilty so I could pay the fines she said she didn’t know what to do with... Read more »
Start the easy way, by visiting http://www.norwoodboro.org and clicking on " Municipal Information" in the upper left-hand corner. Try calling the Norwood court administrator at 201-767-7207. She should be able to direct you or give you further instructions. I'm not aware of any...Read more »
This license permits the sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the licensed premises by the glass or other open container. The license also allows the sale of package goods for consumption off the licensed premises. These sales...Read more »
My custody order states that I should have my children about 50% of the time they're currently being held in the Netherlands... my local police department refuses to allow me to file a complaint for interference with custody
Your local police dept has no clue how to handle this type of situation. You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney, who understands how to deal with a complex case. The attorney would need to see all your legal pleadings. Good luck and do not give up hope.
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