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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Civil Rights, Legal Malpractice and Libel & Slander for Mississippi on

Q: Is the plaintiff's attorney allowed to put hearsay & lies in a document and file it with the courts?

If it's against the law what can I do about it?

Gary Kollin answered on Aug 9, 2019

Are you serious?

Are you really asking if sn attorney can legally lie to the court?

If you believe thst is authorized, why would you consider believing anything a lawyer would write on here ?

Q: I am in extreme hardship. I am a victim of administrative crime against me and my family. For 13 yrs now im disabled

Willful neglect to uphold law. Denied equal protection. Refused due process. Harressed.caused heart attack ptsd poverty falsely incarcerated. I have evidence fed. Law says i can be compenstated

Arthur Calderon answered on Aug 2, 2018

Your best bet would be to consult with an attorney so that you can go over the details of your case, and assess whether you have a valid claim that could entitle you to compensation.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Legal Malpractice for Mississippi on

Q: Is it the Attorney General's office responsibility to work vulnerable adult cases?

If the attorney general's office is already investigating a vulnerable adult abuse and neglect case and the victim ends up poisoned at a hospital is the case still the Attorney General's responsibility (due to it being a vulnerable adult) or the hospitals jurisdiction and responsibility?

Arthur Calderon answered on Jul 19, 2018

Hospitals don't necessarily have jurisdiction over a vulnerable person. As to the AG side of it, it really depends on whether the initial DA is working the case or turned it over to the AG for various reasons.

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Litigation and Legal Malpractice for Mississippi on

Q: Can my fiance' file a civil suit with a prison if he developed a condition that the prison may be responsible for?

My fiance' complained of back pain for months and the prison doctors just gave him moltrin and suggested that he lose weight. After not receiving the accurate diagnosis or treatment, he is now in the prison hospital ward in a wheel chair and barely able to feel his feet. He states that the prison... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing answered on Mar 13, 2018

Likely it won't be doable but for best read on it contact the Miss.Civil Liberties Union, ask for their prison rights group, ask them for the names and contact info for their "cooperating attoenys," most of who will give you a free consult.

1 Answer | Asked in Legal Malpractice, Consumer Law, Contracts and Business Law for Mississippi on

Q: Hi everyone, Why is it legal for AT&T to take away my unused minutes after 30 days with gophone. Cash paid in advance.

Upon getting a gophone one must agree to the terms of AT&T.

I'm disabled and on a small fixed income. I can only afford the prepaid gophone . I refill in small increments because I do not make many calls. I'm old and sometimes forget things. My minutes are gone if I forget to refill within... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing answered on Aug 30, 2016

File a complaint with the FCC and with the consumer protection division of the Attorney General's office in Mississippi.

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