Yes, it is illegal--at least in the sense of possibly being defamatory, which is actionable in most if not all states. However, truth is usually an absolute defense in most if not all states too. Practically speaking, no lawyer would ever advise any client to go online in a public forum to do what...Read more »
there is a thing called Nevada protection order . it is actually an order by which the applicant can use power of court t require a third party to do or not to do something. you should apply for this order in order to protect your daughter. follow this link to apply or understand...Read more »
Service elevators are not protected by law. That’s a company policy and the only reason they are called service elevators is because they are generally larger in size, able to carry a heavier load, and keep the public... Read more »
has been sent out and the litigation process has been started probably going on 5 months. Now we are not happy with the lawyers office because we call we never get in touch with the office and when we do they give us no information and tell us there going to call us back but never do we have to... Read more »
I suggest you sit down with the attorney in person to review things. You may always change attorneys but a new attorney may have a concern about jumping in the middle of something. There are time lags in litigation, so I'm not shocked--the lawyers office is doing a not good job of advising you of...Read more »
He's been segregated in solitaire confinement by the NORTHERN NV CORRECTIONAL CENTER based on his health status and sexual orientation and discriminated against now for about 8.5 months. I contacted the facility after the DOJ stepped in and advised them that an attorney would be contacting them... Read more »
Your question is hard one. Usually judges have no time limits. Most judges are conscientious and try to promptly write a decision. Occasionally judges sit on a decision for a long time. Lawyers debate among themselves what they can do, if anything, to try and help their client when a judge sits on...Read more »
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