Using the word fraud in a petition for annulment is very common, and is not necessarily accusing you of anything illegal. To obtain an annulment, he must allege and prove that there was some legal impediment to the marriage. By using the word fraud, he is alleging that there is something he...Read more »
Nobody bothered to further investigate the surveillance footage to verify whether or not it was even me no investigating officer met me in person to compare me to the footage and now a year later I'm going to jury trial for a crime I didn't commit that I've already been charged with.
If you are going to jury trial it sounds like you already have an attorney and this is something you want to discuss with your attorney. If you have not hired an attorney it is strongly advised you consult an attorney immediately. The prosecutor is required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that...Read more »
We lived operated our business and worked at this non profit outreach and the owner trespassed from property to take our belongings and dumped our destroyed items in the neighbors parking lot ending in filing criminal damage to property of him. He also took door of shower room we had to use so him... Read more »
Perjury is a criminal offense. To press charges you would make a police report and go to the Attorney General. However, in the case where the person committed the perjury the lawyer for that person is the Attorney General. So me going to the Attorney General would be a conflict of interest so how... Read more »
If I understand you correctly, you are accusing someone in the attorney general's office of perjury or possibly accusing a state employee in their official capacity of perjury. Either way, it is almost certain that the person you are wishing to have charges pressed against for perjury would be...Read more »
every employee on job group chAt. when to come in, every where my checks from every employee there , numerous numerous times.every im losing my place,bills ,food texts from over 20 employee..i lost my apartment,and everything else after also texts for help .. personal damages are in play.
I'm sorry your post remains open for four weeks. There are a number of categories here and it isn't clear if things in the various categories are related to one another. The most central one appears to be employment-related. At this point, you could contact an employment attorney to see...Read more »
You'll need to reach out to attorneys in Arizona for a consult. This is only a Q & A board - it isn't really an attorney referral service. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above or run searches on your own. Keep in mind that these can be costly cases and many attorneys do not...Read more »
We are a 3rd party contractor for Home Warranty companies. And customers of the home warranty company are posting negative online reviews, some for reasons out of our hands, due to our restrictions in our contract with the home warranty company. Can we issue a cease and desist and sue if the... Read more »
If you consulted with an attorney regarding such a letter or legal action, they would likely want to see each individual review. If they're negative, it's possible that in itself is not necessarily actionable. An attorney who deals with defamation would examine if they were false and...Read more »
You have several options ranging from obtaining an order of protection against harassment to filing a civil lawsuit. I recommend that you speak with an attorney to learn your legal rights and best options. When your attorney knows the facts, he or she will be able to assist you in selecting the...Read more »
libel and slander for employees aren't different than from others; however you may have other forms of claims and I would suggest you contact a member of the Az Trial Lawyers Assn that handles employment issues--they represent employees and give free consultations.
If she hasn't paid the bill, then it is likely legal. Truth is always a defense to any libel or slander claim. There is also a First Amendment "freedom of speech" issue. You may want to speak with a local attorney to see if there are other facts and circumstances that would make...Read more »
university employee uses oficial email to make up an attached copy of an email "fake" to make belive her boss that she already send me the info, that can stop my relation with university..can i take legal action?... the true is at the university email servers and in my hotmail server ...... Read more »
Well, you signed so that her grandaughter could drive the car, so it's binding on you. Yes, you can give her a notice to quit for nonpayment, and she can ask you to pay for the car now.Either way you will be paying her.
Even if you could *prove* the truth, do you really want to deal with the potential litigation? There are several different theories of liability that could land you in court and, even if you're successful, it could cost you tens of thousands of dollars to defend the lawsuit.
She is sleeping with married men for money and collecting state funds because she's not employed by the means of a legal employment stand point but in fact is defrauding the state of AZ by collecting benifets and cash assistance and is doing drugs and prostitution . Can someone post the true... Read more »
Get off the internet and set up an appointment with a local attorney who handles defamation cases.
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