The officer only saw it when I pulled my window down can I fight it. And i also got a ticket by the same officer for failing to not stop at a stop sign when I locked both way before moving and did come to a complete stop
We would need to know more information to properly answer your question. But you are not allowed to have the phone in your hand while driving unless to turn on or off a function of the phone. Even for that however, many judges will still find you guilty these are tough tickets to win without a...Read more »
I am currently living in Jersey City, NJ. In Nov 2021, several NJ state police officers searched my home ("Unit #1") and arrested me for two possessing/distributing criminal charges. During the search and arrest, the police officers didn’t show me neither the search warrant nor the... Read more »
Yes a civil attorney can help you but unfortunately most will require you to pay a retainer and pay their hourly rate. A few that I know of will reduce the hourly rate if you give them a percentage of the case but they are few and far between.
I am pretty desperate to find someone who can help me with my situation. I live in an apartment. I have had an issue for over a year now with my neighbors chain smoking. They recently did renovations on all of the apartments. It made it worse. They did not do a good job and my apartment is filled... Read more »
Every lease is deemed to include the provision of quiet enjoyment. This places a obligation on the Landlord to insure that the premises are safe and not unhealthy. So if the Landlord refuses to take any action to correct the situation, consider filing suit against the Landlord for breach of...Read more »
Discovered wife was cheating, she went manic (untreated PTSD, etc.) with some sort of postpartum psychosis, made false allegations (domestic violence & harassment). TRO was dismissed but wife uncooperative under civil restraints, canceling visitations, firing supervisors, continuing to lie. I... Read more »
Your question does not clearly state whether this matter is a MD or NJ matter. I cannot speak to MD law, but if this is a NJ matter, you would need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to file an enforcement motion for the civil restraints. In addition, especially if you are a public...Read more »
The answer is it depends on the facts of the case but if a parent was required to be present at all times, then a guidance counselor would not be able to speak to any child. If your child has been charged or you think he/she may be charged with something, setup a consultation with a lawyer. It...Read more »
The answer is it depends on the facts of the case but if a parent was required to be present at all times, then a guidance counselor would not be able to speak to any child. If your child has been charged or you think he may be charged with something, setup a consultation with a lawyer. It may...Read more »
It could be. How large is this employer? How many employees are there in total that received raises? Were your co-workers employees longer than you were with this company? Do they have the same type of job as you do? The employer must be able to articulate the reasons why you were not treated...Read more »
The answer would depend on your son's disability. If it is mental or hearing you may want to have him give the officer a letter from a doctor with his license, registration and insurance as soon as he is stopped. Remember that license, insurance and registration documents must be given to...Read more »
was sweeping the nation. Motions and evidence submitted have never been acknowledged despite having the usps return receipts to prove they were recieved. After an emergency child support hearing garnished 66% of my wages including paying for daycare that was closed due to the pandemic I had to file... Read more »
if one of your relatives contacts the local police department for assistance (i.e. a 911 call), do the police officers responding to the 911 call from them have the right to ask for their passports, birth certificates, etc as part of their response to the...Read more »
If you follow all the rules that NJ requires for being an interstate driver with a gun you can do it legally, but I would suggest not traveling to NJ with a gun if you are going to have tinted windows.
You are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is involved. However, if you do not retain counsel, and the opposing party does have counsel, you could get slaughtered...Read more »
You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above. You could search independently on your own online. You could check the resources of the New Jersey State Bar Association. A local library might be able to offer additional resources. Good luck
You did not define the word 'stay'. If you mea=n reside full time. Then your son is able to attend school in the municipality in which the home is located. You will need to provide the necessary proofs to the Board of Education of the municipality such as written lease, proof of payment...Read more »
Before deciding you need to be emancipated, go online and do a google search on available social services for teen counseling programs in your area to help prepare you for a change in your life. Counseling can help you better handle the abusive communications, assist you in understanding what...Read more »
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