It is likely too late to undo or fix an error after a finding of guilty by a judge in district court. The best time to raise issues is before the trial with motions, or during the trial when the issues can be fixed. If you represented yourself the likelihood of preserving a legal issue for appeal...View More
I called my Insurance Company. They said I wasn't responsible for something I could not predict during a storm. Now he sent me a small claims bill for damage. It's over $3000 . Am I legally supposed to pay that?
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It might be difficult for attorneys here to offer guidance based on these limited details. One option is for you to review your policy and form your interpretation of what it should cover - another option is...View More
If you are being bullied or targeted in jail because of your sexual orientation and it can be shown that the actions are motivated by bias or prejudice, it is possible that it could be considered a hate crime.
... In 1998 (age 18) with my 14 year old girlfriend. Though law is by no means my field of expertise, I've personally done a significant amount of RSA reading and Internet scouring hoping to find anything that could free me from this "brand" I'm forced to wear. With all the... View More
I understand your situation. RSA 651:5 defines a FSA as a "violent crime" and prohibits it from annulment. It is difficult to get removed from the sex offender registry. Here are a links to check:...View More
It is not illegal to send small amounts of cash through the mail internationally, but it is not recommended. Sending cash through the mail can be risky, as it can be lost, stolen, or damaged in transit. Additionally, there may be restrictions or regulations on sending cash through the mail in...View More
She has not been in school for over a year and I want to go get her. Her father, I believe has been doing drugs and she’s been living in a truck for over a year. Can I go and get her then from there go to the police so I don’t have a kidnapping charge? I want her to come live up here with her... View More
Suggest that you contact the school authorities where she lives, first and they can advise you from there. You don't usually automatically obtain custody of a grandchild without a court proceeding for the protection of the child. This case arises under FAMILY/CHILD ABUSE law. You need to...View More
I’m married to US citizen and filed for adjustment of status and employment authorization. At this point I have my I-797 receipt notice and have done the biometrics. My home country drivers license, passport and US visa are valid. Can I drive in the state of NH while I wait for my EAD?
Most states require you to obtain a state driver's license after being a resident for a particular time period, it could be 10 days to 6 weeks. Non-Citizens can have US state driver's licenses. This case arises under traffic ticket law. You need to discuss with an attorney in your...View More
A warrant is not limited to the county that issued it. Typically a warrant will be for a state or may include multiple states. If agent trying to enforce warrant does not get an answer they may simply come back. The warrant may indicate that it is a no knock warrant and police would be able to...View More
It's important to be cautious when using another company's brand name in your marketing or on your website. In general, using a brand name in a way that implies endorsement or affiliation with your business may be considered trademark infringement. However, if you are simply selling...View More
You are only harming yourself by not being honest with your lawyer about this. Talk with your lawyer about it. This happens quite often. Perhaps there are expenses you aren't disclosing or are under-reporting. Maybe there are exemptions you haven't fully claimed. Maybe your Plan...View More
Yes, you should be able to do that once your Ch. 13 Plan is confirmed. The First Circuit has adopted the “complete snapshot rule” whereby the petition date sets the date for establishing exemptions. So, for instance, if a Chapter 13 debtor were to schedule his home at $300,000.00 with a...View More
My boyfriend was informed he was being sued as a co-defendent for items left at my house by a former friend of mine... but he does not live at my address. This person does not know his address... only that he stays at my house
Typically, service is made by leaving a summons & complaint at someone's "abode" or residence. Some types of actions require serving a defendant "in-hand", such as Contempt Motions usually. Small claims probably just requires abode service. The Plaintiff should have...View More
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. But as a general matter in any region, many attorneys are reluctant to speculate such dollar values. There are factors that distinguish one case from another - insurance carrier, venue where the case would be...View More
We were all drunk. They came, one with a gun and one without and threatened me and my family. I had a gun and told then to leave. A shot was fired by someone into the ground. They left. Who is most at fault?
Say I filed chapter 7 and I owe $35,000 in credit card debt. I have no assets at the time that I file. Then three months after filing I inherit $120,000. Does the Trustee pay off your debts and then return to you what is left over? I wouldn't lose all that money if I only owe $35,000? Is that... View More
also my contract was not right and also they had a vsi on there for 125 which that is what I thought but find out it is for 27 months never was told this also the whole contract did not make sense the money on the paper were not right just a lot wrong with this whole deal I stop paying after 5... View More
New cars and other new motor vehicles are covered by manufacturers' warranties. These warranties must follow the rules set by the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) (refer to the section on Warranties for more information). The manufacturer's warranty...View More
Transferring funds or assets could subject you (and recipients) to fraudulent transfer claims. If you have income or assets and even if you don't, I recommend you consult with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. You might not need to file bankruptcy; however, a good bankruptcy attorney will be...View More
I assume that you owe the money. Consider your assets, i.e., what you own, such as a house and any other real property, automobiles, stocks and bonds, and any other debts you may have - other credit card debt, personal loans, mortgages, and income tax arrears immediately come to mind. Also...View More
First, check with the Register of Deeds in your county to see whether a lien has been filed against your home. A great deal turns on whether you have a mortgage, as the mortgagee has a lien superior to anything the credit card company may have. If so, check the balance due on the mortgage against...View More
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