Third violation of probation, by commission of Burglary will invite a motion to remand to county jail. But he is presumed not guilty. It may be possible to avoid going to jail until trial. But he will need an experienced attorney and their work is cut out for them. On just the burglary alone he...Read more »
So I found out that someone got a license in my name and received tickets and other violations, I went to court to deal with this however the judge was ..well difficult. she told me I need to prove that it was not me driving at that time. These tickets go back to 1995. How am I suppose to prove I... Read more »
We're not allowed on this site to give you specific advice on how to win a case yourself. However what I can tell you is that this is the reason why people hire lawyers to try to win the case for them when they don't know how to do it themselves.
One owner is selling his unit as "year-round". Does the Association have a fiduciary duty to disclose this misrepresentation to the realtor or buyer? Can the Association be held liable if it does not? The building was originally sold as year-round, but that was a fraudulent... Read more »
As long as you did not hold/touch your not guilty of the offense of using your cell phone. If you did touch it then it gets tricky. That being said if you only got a seat belt ticket instead, just pay it not worth fighting a ticket under $200.00 for most people.
Involving a 5 year old child who's father and mother died and grandmother is being misled to sign to allow the childs aunt to adopt the child . The attorney representing the grandparent has threatened the grandmother to sign the document telling her it is easier this way and has created a... Read more »
I divorced in 2013 due to DV. Contract states 250/week child support, 500/month alimony.
At time of divorce - 11 year marriage/2 children - I was undocumented and had no education as we decided to stay in USA to get his career going and I left University in Canada where I was a permanent... Read more »
Thank you for your question. I am sorry you are going through this situation. To answer your question, alimony arrears and child support arrears are treated differently. Child support arrears are only retroactive to the date of the order or filing of the complaint -depending how the judge entered...Read more »
Sounds like a great deal for you, but only your lawyer would be able to properly advise you. That being said we don't know you driving history and we don't know the facts of your case and if they even had cause to stop you so only your lawyer should be giving you the advise on what to do..
What are my rights with a binding contract? There is no lease. Renter wants to purchase but has bad credit and no money. She is claiming she is not healthy to look for another place yet is out and about.
An very interesting situation! Is there a written lease between the the seller and the reluctant tenant? The lease may contain language concerning the Landlord's right to inspect the premises. If not, the Landlord/Seller must take affirmative steps to make it possible for you to inspect,...Read more »
The lein stays attached to the property and continues to gather interest. If a foreclosure has been initiated, that will be stayed pending the bankruptcy. If chapter 13 is filed, then the lien can be paid off in the chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Good day. I am making this enquiry on behalf of my sister-in-law. She is a South African citizen living the US for about 5 years. Husband made an application for divorce and she needs help on her side. Unfortunately, she does not have capital to take this case on her own.
This is a question that a divorce attorney could best advise on, but you await a response for three weeks. Until your sister-in-law is able to contact a divorce attorney, there are resources listed here on Justia under the heading "New Jersey Divorce Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services."...Read more »
Thank you for your question. I'm sure that is a very stressful situation. You should immediately contact the probation department and make sure they know that your son is over 18. If you are on amicable terms with the other parent you should also ask him or her to contact probation and suspend...Read more »
More information is required. Depends on if it was domestic violence related, aggravated assault or simple assault charged as a indictable offense. Your record also factors. Yes you could face jail and max fine for aggravated assault is $15K. Be wise and retain an attorney.
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