“when he hit the 35 mph zone i slowed down to 35 mph and the above vehicle continued to pull away from me. When i caught back up to the vehicle i paced them at 52 mph in a posted 35 mph. When asked if the driver knew the speed limit he stated no i asked... View More
Best way is to hire a traffic ticket attorney in your area to represent you. You have reasons, sympathetic and perhaps legal, in which an experienced traffic ticket attorney could utilize to get the ticket dismissed or moved to something which does not appear on your driving record. Good luck.
Entering the US on an ESTA with the intent to marry and adjust status can be viewed as visa fraud by immigration authorities. If someone enters the US with the intention of getting married and staying permanently, the appropriate visa to seek is the K-1 fiancé(e) visa. If someone marries in the US...View More
A non-immigrant visa waiver applicant at the airport who has immigrant intent should be denied admission as a matter of law. To better understand the legal process, I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent, ethical, and experienced immigration attorney before you take any further...View More
In Kentucky, as in many jurisdictions, you generally do not have to respond to every motion filed against you, but choosing not to respond could have consequences. When a motion is filed, it usually sets forth a legal argument or request that the court will consider. If you do not file a response,...View More
If you have an active bench warrant against you, you run a significant risk of being arrested if you go to a government office like the DMV to renew your license. Bench warrants are usually entered into a statewide database accessible by law enforcement, including the officials who work in DMV...View More
Investing in music and receiving payments based on song performance, such as streams and radio play, while on Social Security disability is generally allowed as it does not affect your disability benefits directly. However, it's advisable to report any additional income to the Social Security...View More
It took over a year after I applied to get approved for survivor benefits. I started receiving the check in May 2023, but still haven't gotten back pay. SSA tells me when I call that the amount I'll get is being calculated or that it's in the payment center. Isn't there a... View More
The Social Security Administration does not have a specific deadline for processing back pay, but they are generally expected to process these payments as promptly as possible. Delays can occur due to various factors, including the complexity of the case and workload at the payment center. If you...View More
Yes, it's advisable to have an attorney represent you at your master hearing for withholding removal. Immigration proceedings can be complex, and having legal representation can greatly improve your chances of presenting a strong case and understanding the legal process. An attorney can assess...View More
o find a capable criminal appeals lawyer in Kentucky for potentially vacating a wrongful conviction under KRS 503.085 (self-defense), start by contacting the Kentucky Bar Association or seeking referrals from trusted sources. Online attorney directories and local legal aid organizations can also...View More
In Kentucky, the reading of Miranda rights is generally associated with custodial interrogations, not the act of being arrested or handcuffed. Law enforcement officers are required to provide Miranda warnings when a person is in custody and subject to questioning. These warnings include the right...View More
If you satisfactorily prove that you were not read your Miranda rights, any statement you may have made to police after you were arrested ought to be excluded from evidence at your trial. It does not affect the lawfulness of your arrest or whether you will be found guilty based on other evidence...View More
I would not admit to the possession of drugs over the internet. Trafficking usually has to do with large amounts of drugs or buying/selling activity or large sums of cash. If none of those were present and you do not have any prior trafficking charges then they have a weaker case to prove...View More
Kentucky is a an equity state and a Court would have to determine what is equitable / fair for both parties. If the ticket was purchased and the lottery drawing was during marriage then she would likely be entitled to a percentage of the profits as the tickets were likely purchased with marital...View More
I was pulled in parking lot cops came behind me gave me 3 different test they stopped between each one talked and then came back started again. I was arrested for DUI. Then search of car they got ounce of stuff and smoking utensil. Charged with trafficking. I wasn't though. Pointed lawyer said... View More
Typically the police charge trafficking and let the prosecutor sort it out later. If you are dealing with ounces rather than grams and there is other evidence (large sums of money, baggies, scales or they witnessed you on selling or transporting) then they often charge trafficking. I recommend...View More
At the arraignment, you'll learn about the charges against you and have the opportunity to enter a plea. If you can't afford a lawyer, you can request a court-appointed attorney. If eligible, one will be provided to represent you. Following this, your case might proceed to a pre-trial...View More
To request a change in your court date, you typically need to contact the Court Clerk. You can find their contact information on your court summons or the court's website. Explain your situation and request a continuance, providing a valid reason such as a medical emergency or prior...View More
You need to do it now. If your mother is disabled or unduly influenced, you need to challenge it while she is still alive. If she made the decision to add the husband of her own free will, then there’s not much you can do.
In my labor certificate that was approved, the current worksite listed for my work experience was one of the branches of our hospitals where I was not working. It was in West Virginia. I work in Kentucky. The lawyer made a mistake. Can this be corrected or should we repeat the process all over... View More
Mistakes in an approved labor certification can be significant issues in immigration cases. It may be possible to correct the error, but this could involve communicating with the Department of Labor and potentially amending the labor certification. You should consult an immigration attorney as soon...View More
If you've experienced physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and are seeking legal assistance, it's important to consult with an attorney who specializes in handling cases related to personal injury and abuse. Specifically, you might want to consider reaching out to a Personal Injury...View More
Public employees in Kentucky, like individuals in most states, have certain rights to freedom of speech and expression, even in their personal lives. While displaying a bumper sticker on a personal vehicle generally falls under this protection, there could be limitations or considerations based on...View More
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