The judge sentenced my boyfriend to 3 years do 18 months if he doesn't get into the drug program, which he didn't. But his release date has the full 3 years and the court told him he needs to file a modification. He needs to know what proper case logs he could use to put in his modification.
My son never received the notification to appear in court.
The prosecutor dropped the charge yesterday of my son injuring an officer because the officer admitted in a separate court case concerning my son's children he fell on the ice and no one was near him some months back, they will... Read more »
(a) A person who, having been released from lawful detention on condition that the person appear at a specified time and place in connection with a charge of a crime, intentionally fails to appear at that time and place commits failure to appear, a Class A...Read more »
My boyfriend and I got in an argument. He kept calling me a xxx so I threw water on him and pushed him. He pushed me back so I punched him and he ended up choking, dragging, and kicking me across my apartment. My parents want me to press charges but could I also be charged with domestic battery?
Yes, a police officer's authority is statewide; an officer from Fort Wayne can make an arrest in Evansville. Any arrest or traffic citation must be filed according to the procedures where the stop/arrest was made.
testator is wife, named executor is second husband. wife's children from first marriage want to see the will BEFORE the wife dies; named executor refuses. do the children have any recourse if the wife was of sound mind when the will was made, OTHER THAN asking her?
Yes, you can have someone pay it for you. However, a speeding judgment with likely raise your insurance rates. You should consider speaking with an attorney who should be able to negotiate a resolution that will not affect your insurance. Additionally, consider contacting the prosecuting...Read more »
In the past, it would have been no big deal. However, some communities and associations have rules prohibiting flyers, brochures, or similar materials. It could be worthwhile to confirm there are no local rules against it. Good luck
Possession of a firearm, or any item, does not depend on police finding on you at the time of your arrest. The prosecutor will need to prove one of the following, beyond a reasonable doubt, to secure a conviction:
1. That you had physical possession of the firearm at some point and time;...Read more »
If the Sheriffs find drugs on the ground by your car he then proceeds to say it was my lock me up and then put on the report he saw me throw it on the ground and charged me with a level 2 felony dealing in cocaine and charge me with possession of cocaine a level 4 felony
Dad and 2nd wife bought a house in Indiana and it is in both names. There was a will. She was named as executor with my sister and her daughter named as seconds. The will stated that she could stay in the house until she dies and then it was to be divided between my father's and her kids. She... Read more »
You need to hire an attorney right away to review the will and the final order of distribution in the probate and possibly the order permitting the sale. It is possible she is doing wrong, but it is also possible she has decided not to stay in the house and is selling it now and the proceeds will...Read more »
Actually, yes, the executor can keep other family members, including beneficiaries, out. It is the executor's DUTY to marshall and safeguard estate assets. When the executor fails in this duty, assets tend to grow legs and disappear.
In a way you can, yes, but it is not easy. It would entail hiring an attorney to file an action for "partition", which usually ends up as a court-ordered sale of the home with the proceeds split among the co-owner/heirs. If one of the heirs wants to be the buyer, she is welcome to submit a bid.
get him to return it, but he “forgot” to leave the hardware. He said he would mail them. It’s been months he will not respond to me and hasn’t mailed them. What recourse do I have. My parents home is in Indiana. My brother also lives in Indiana (different county.). I live in Texas.
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