I have a CDL and I was pulled over for for a speeding ticket at 18 over.... instead of paying the ticket worried that it would go to my driving record I requested to plead not guilty and go to court in front of a judge not a jury. I drive for a school district and if convicted I could loose my job.... Read more »
Because of your CDL, the only way to keep a ticket off your record is by beating it at trial or having the ticket amended to a non-moving violation. Court supervision will not keep the ticket off of your record. If you have a school bus permit, Speeding 15 or more over the limit, even in your...Read more »
To find out if the documents you've signed are valid and actually make you a member of the LLC or give you any interest in the LLC, you'll need to consult an Illinois business law attorney who will need to see the documents. However, no documents need to be filed with the IRS to create a limited...Read more »
I'm sorry for your pain and ordeal. Unfortunately, it would be difficult for a med mal attorney to make an evaluation based on these limited facts. As a starting point, you could contact an Illinois med mal attorney. Many offer free initial consults. If they felt that your matter warranted review...Read more »
The repair is 777 and my insurance offer him 617 so he just needs to pay 160 extra I am a full time student and only work part time what should I do he keeps bothering me and I told him to contact my insurance again
You should get involved. Either your insurance thinks the repair is too expensive or they have decided to apportion 20% of the fault to the other driver. If you cannot get your insurance to pay him $777, you should offer to pay the $160. If he sues you, he will get whatever he needs to fix his...Read more »
If he's 19 he is legally an adult. He can either give his permission to the hospital to communicate with you or, if he is no longer competent to make his own decisions, you can ask a court to appoint you as his guardian since he would be considered a disabled adult.
It is not possible to answer your question without more information. Please repost your question and explain what you mean by "control". Do you mean she has your original trust document in her possession and will not give it back to you? Do you mean she is the trustee of your trust and you would...Read more »
Family Law question. We were granted by the court permission to move 60 miles away, still in Illinois, but right on the border of Wisconsin. We would like to move about 15 miles from our current residence right over the border to Wisconsin. From what I understand I do not need permission from the... Read more »
In Illinois, the father would have to establish paternity. When joint custody is awarded, there would also be an order for a parenting plan. The parenting plan would specify visitation times for both parents. Neither parent would be able to keep the baby from the other.
(Illinois) I got a speeding ticket in June and requested an online driving class. I have not taken the class yet. I just got another ticket in August. How will this affect my driving record? Will I get my license suspended? Can I request supervision? Do I still have to take the class? I am 24 years... Read more »
Yes you still have to take the class in order to get Court Supervision on your first ticket. You need to court to court on your second ticket and request Court Supervision. You are allowed two Court Supervisions every 12 months. Court Supervision is not a conviction and will not cause you any...Read more »
I have evidence that my brother and nephew were lured over to a place so that the young man could purposely try to kill my nephew. The officers involved went off of word of mouth and did not fully investigate the situation. They did not question the neighbors or try to find any witnesses. They let... Read more »
You're correct; they should be able to handle it. If there are unresolved and disputed issues as to the merits of the collection claim, a landlord-tenant attorney would have more insight than other types of attorneys who handle solely general collection matters. Good luck
I'm having trouble interpreting my ticket. Got pulled over for speeding, going 20 miles over on highway. Not a new driver, but first offence. Ticket has no dollar amount listed on it, and box ticked that I "promise to comply". What does this entail? The paperwork with the ticket mentions... Read more »
If gift of car does not cause a problem, is there a recommended time to do so- such as after his meeting? Does he have to notify the court upon receipt of the gift? What steps do we need to take to ensure he doesn't mess-up his eligibility? Thanks.
A J1 visa holder can get married to a US citizen, but there are special rules attached to the J visa, as to whether you can adjust status to get your green card, after marrying your girlfriend. It is best to discuss your options with counsel in a phone consultation.
The elements of successfully proving a defamation of character tort in Illinois are the following: (1) the defendant made a false statement about the plaintiff; (2) there was an unprivileged publication to a third party; (3) fault by the defendant amounting to at least negligence; and (4) the...Read more »
I received a speeding ticket in Illinois last night pay the ticket requested safety driving class will that keep it from showing up in Texas my ticket that I got i did not do the full 12 months without a ticket
It depends if Texas will recognize court supervision from Illinois. The offense is still supposed to be reported back to your home state, even though under Illinois law, the traffic school would not count as a conviction (and not show up on your public record in Illinois). It is then up to your...Read more »
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