Mark Oakley's answer You clearly advise all passengers before recording them that you record them on video and audio while in your car. If they get in and ride with you after that notice, they have consented and it is legal. You cannot record audio in Maryland without the knowing consent of the other person. It is a crime otherwise.
Mark Oakley's answer That’s pretty much it. Getting a judgment is just half the battle. Collecting it is the hardest half. A money judgment in MD is enforceable for 12 years, and earns 10% simple interest per year. Before the expiration of the 12 year term, you can file a written request/notice to renew the judgment for another 12 years. So, you’ve got 24 years to wait for this debtor to get a job, inherit assets, etc.
Mark Oakley's answer The problem you will have is with transferring title. You will need to run the tags or, if no tags, the VIN, to try and identify the current titled owner, and secure the title transfer. If you can’t do that, there is a legal procedure set forth in the Transportation Code (link below) for the police to impound the vehicle and send notice to the last known registered owner, and if it remains unclaimed, to auction the car or deliver it to a scrap yard. That method may not result in your getting...
Mark Oakley's answer Go to the website below and download the Petition for Protection from Domestic Violence form, fill it out, and take it to the District Court location in your jurisdiction, and ask to meet with someone from the domestic violence help desk and file the petition. You will be taken before a District Court Commissioner or a judge (depending on the time of day you go there), they will review your petition, and will issue a temporary protective order to be served on your ex-boyfriend. A hearing will...
Ronald V. Miller Jr.'s answer I'm not sure I totally understand your question. I'm doubt the state is looking to bring a claim against you but I don't know the specifics. Good job getting your life together. God bless!
Ronald V. Miller Jr.'s answer If the scratches are preexisting, you would win. But if they are not, your neighbor would have a valid claim against you. I can't see them filing suit as a practical matter but you never can tell. Ethically, if you son's bike caused the damage, you should pay for it.
Cedulie Renee Laumann's answer I am sorry to hear that you were represented by a now-disbarred attorney. So long as you are still within the applicable statute of limitations, you do not need to cite any particular case law or statute to refile. However it is not clear what kind of case or what statute of limitations you might be under. You may wish to contact the attorney grievance commission of Maryland.
Thomas C. Valkenet's answer The complaint is already publicly available, through the court's PACER system. If you are posting to generate negative comments about the other side...don't. Win your battle in court.
Thomas C. Valkenet's answer Yes. And it has to do with whether a contract with a minor can be enforced. What if you don't pay? What if you damage the room? Will you leave it on our credit card, that you don't have?
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