I don’t know the person it was not intentional it was my misjudgment due to me being intoxicated. Apparently she was an employee at the bar I went to. The person has not pressed charges yet that I know of but they’re asking for my info so I think they will. I have no history of a criminal... Read more »
Assault, probably 2d degree assault if no major injuries and no weapon used. Although a misdemeanor, it carries up to 10 years in jail. There’s a reasonable chance for straight probation and to avoid a conviction if no serious injury and it being a first offense, but you will need a lawyer. Get...Read more »
You need to contact the insurance company that provided your insurance for the property back at the time of this visit. They will be the ones likely on the hook to pay any judgment; therefore, they will select and pay for your defense lawyer to defend the case. If you fail to notify them in time...Read more »
You might check with both the surveyor, the land records office in the circuit court, or the police. Removal of a surveyor's stake is often a criminal act, though removal is often overlooked if it was out of ignorance, and the surveyor might return, re-place the stake, and send the bill to the...Read more »
I have a unique case under my belt. Perhaps you've worked with people in a similar situation before, but I'm an A2 visa holder (under my father's contract) and I'm looking to purchase an online E-commerce business that has gone for sale for $4 million. It's an extremely... Read more »
I am representing a purchaser of a custom to be built home. The lot is within a 50 year old community called Montpelier in Laurel MD 20707. All of the houses with the exception of this one lot was built in the 60's . The association is Montpelier Community Association. They have an... Read more »
Your questions says you are "developer," but that you "represent the owner." Regardless, you have a political and legal problem. If you can't negotiate your way through a community organization staffed by non-professionals, you have the legal option of seeking a declaratory...Read more »
Depends on how threatening it is, what the lease says and whether the sister is staying there. If an invitee/guest is breaching the lease, that breach can "rub off" on the tenant as well. If the sister has no relationship to the property (ie not staying there, not an invited guest, etc.),...Read more »
If you have a bench warrant / warrant / warrant for failure to appear in court.. and you sign up for a public defender at the district court commissioners office what do you do if the police come to arrest you or can they. do you gave them a copy of the commission's document regarding the... Read more »
If there is a warrant for your arrest, I do not think that your application for the public defender will make any difference to arresting officers. If the PD obtains an order recalling the warrant for you, you should keep a copy of that order, and show that to any arresting officers.
The fault for not paying the balloon off is yours as far as the existing lender is concerned. You owed the money by a due date under the note. You failed to pay when due. The report to the credit bureau is not legally improper from that lender's perspective, since you defaulted on your...Read more »
It varies. Technically, the State's Attorney's Office has 15 days (plus 3 more days if the motion is mailed to them) from the date the motion is filed and served to file an opposition to the motion, so the court is supposed to wait the response time--or until the opposition is filed if...Read more »
Criminal charges not related to the operation of a motor vehicle, and civil citations for possession of under 10 grams of marijuana, have no impact on the ability to apply for or obtain a license or provisional license to drive.
However, he was not put on the deed then or ever. Only myself and girlfriend were on the deed. I was hesitant in buying the house this was as I didn't feel like I was buying the house and didn't have the pride in buying my first home myself. Plus, I did not qualify for the first time home... Read more »
Is the deed to the house in the name of the living trust, or do you jointly own the house in your individual names? Upon divorce, real property owned by spouses as "tenants by the entireties" automatically converts to "tenants in common" ownership. Therefore, you would each...Read more »
Hire a Maryland criminal defense lawyer for the Maryland charges, and that lawyer will contact the prosecutor's office to see what their intentions are and whether the process can be speeded up or, potentially, if they are willing to drop the charges altogether and release the detainer....Read more »
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