In Mississippi, a power of attorney grants certain powers and responsibilities to the person appointed as an agent. The specific authority granted in the power of attorney document will determine what actions your brother can take on your dad's behalf.
The short answer is yes, people can press false charges. The big thing to remember, though, is whether those charges will end up sticking and whether the prosecution can prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
I had no knowledge of the fact that my friend and I did not have permission to be on his uncle's land. My friend put some things in my truck and I helped him load an item. But I didn't know that we weren't supposed to be on the land and was didn't know that the things he and I... View More
It really depends on a few things; however, if this if your first charge, then there is a greater likelihood of no jail time. That being said, it sounds like you may have a viable defense, particularly depending on what the other person told officers and what the investigation revealed. Either way,...View More
More than likely, this would be something that is covered by worker's compensation. Your best bet is going to be to get with a workers comp lawyer to go over the details of what happened, as well as to discuss the nature of your injuries.
§ 85-7-251 - Sale of motor vehicle for towing and storage cost. Property owner "shall be liable for the reasonable price of towing and storage of such vehicle; and the towing company to whom the price of such labor and storage costs may be due shall have the right to retain possession of...View More
If it's a misdemeanor charge, there is a good chance that a lawyer could work it out with a prosecutor to where trial is avoided and the charge does not go on your record. That being said, if you had nothing to do with the underlying crime, then you should seriously consider taking it to trial.
Likely not, unless you've already opened up an estate and have gotten permission from the court. Your best bet is going to be to talk to a lawyer to see how to go about setting everything up to resolve his affairs. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact...View More
There is a chance that if you went ahead and cashed it, you could face criminal charges. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a lawyer so that you can discuss the possibility of opening up an estate for him so that you can resolve his affairs.
I was in labor all night and begged for help but was denied assistance because I was just a "convict" trying to get out of jail. On September 16, 2013, at 6:05 am I gave birth in the Neshoba County Jail
Unfortunately, with the way that Mississippi law works, the time frame to file a lawsuit against the county has likely long-since expired. Typically, to sue a county in state court, you only have one year from the date that the conduct occurred.
That is a much more complicated answer than it may seem. I would highly encourage you to reach out to lawyer to discuss further. Most lawyers on here, myself included, offer free consultations to see how we can help you out, or at the very least guide you in the right direction.
With this being regular robbery (without a deadly weapon), the max time that you are looking at is 15 years in MDOC custody. The bad thing, though, is that robbery, even without a deadly weapon, is considered a violent crime, which means that whatever sentence you get would be a day-for-day...View More
Well, the good news is your kid's dad is not a bigamist. If he does get divorced, then he will be free to marry you. You can choose to continue your affair with him or not; you can also seek child support from him if you do split.
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