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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Illinois on

Q: If I hire a Chicago Criminal Law Attorney, can they dismiss a Case in North Carolina providing they are licensed there?

James G. Dimeas answered on Jun 29, 2018

As long as the lawyer is licensed to practice law in North Carolina, they can handle cases in North Carolina if they practice law in North Carolina.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support, Gov & Administrative Law and Identity Theft for Illinois on

Q: Can I sue the hospital that help falsified a government birth certificate document which now I'm paying child support

Plus i Know 100% the child is not my blood I get social security and I feel like I been munipulated and taken avantage of but I believe I have a strong case to win can I have the person who lied locked up for starters

Ray Choudhry answered on Oct 1, 2017

Need more info.

How did child support get implemented.

Is there a court order.

2 Answers | Asked in Domestic Violence, Family Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Illinois on

Q: If I have a protective order against my husband with no visitation unless abated by the court.

The protective order continues to be broken and we are still being harassed aa year-and-a-laternd he has given up parental rights in writing to his lawyer. We also have a family member who has decided to join in and harass me and my kids to a point that is very unhealthy and I would like to get... Read more »

Ray Choudhry answered on Jul 19, 2017

Your story is too complicated for an easy answer.

You need a sit down with an attorney.

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1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Consumer Law, Criminal Law and Identity Theft for Illinois on

Q: someone opened a checking account in my name without my permission, would this be something worth getting a lawyer for?

My friend who worked at a bank originally opened 2 checking accounts for me. I was there for the opening of these accounts. He then lied and put in the system that I make more money than I actually do so I would get approved for 2 lines of credit. He had my debit card and ended up taking the money... Read more »

Ray Choudhry answered on May 8, 2017

How could all of this be going on without you being aware of it.

Banks send monthly statements. Anyway, they don't honor checks if there is no money in the account.

Credit cards do the same thing. They send monthly statements and if you go over they refuse to honor charges....
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Identity Theft for Illinois on

Q: If I am a victim of ID theft, can I be arrested if I go to my home state to request my criminal record?

My friend was charged with a felony drug charge in 1997 (and served her probation with no issues), and her "friend" then used her name during an arrest. My friend has been completely clean for 14 years now and wants to seal her criminal record. However, her last background check was done in 2009,... Read more »

Cheryl Powell answered on Nov 14, 2016

If she just wants a copy of her record, she can get it through the mail. She does not have to physically be present to get a copy of her record.

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