Additional facts may be needed to provide a thorough answer. The short answer is no. If you sought legal advice from your friend and he provided it, a confidential attorney-client relationship is formed even if you never hired your friend to represent you. All communication with him that falls...Read more »
You really need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to obtain a Final Domestic Violence Restraining Order against him and contact the municipal prosecutor to file criminal charges against him. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person or by way of a...Read more »
It really is going to depend on the exact nature of the charges and how they were resolved. If it was a clean dismissal with expungment of the arrest, maybe. But I can see "anger management" getting flagged as a mental health exception. Without a criminal record there is nothing to...Read more »
The company said if I pay back the money that will be the end. It was a civil demand letter to be exact. They said they will not press charges or get the cops involved but I just want to know what can happen.
We would need to see all the evidence in the case to determine the best defense. That is why by law the prosecution must show the defendant the discovery prior to the trial of the case so a proper defense can be determined based on all the facts of the case for which we have none.
You should never send a document like that over a public website. If you need a lawyer to give you a second opinion on a case, you should seek out a lawyer for a second opinion and bring the document with you, otherwise you should ask his lawyer.
It would be the same as if you were an adult. It's a third degree case which subjects you up to 3 to 5 years in jail $15,000 fine probation and restitution as required by the court. If you do get charged to make sure your parents hire a good lawyer for you to reduce or eliminate these penalties.
I am the child who put forth the claim against my mother at the time the school unattended was involved and saved my life they called glouster county west division and I had a case opened but she the mother closed it I need the records for closure and to see if I can finally have some justice I’m... Read more »
I am not sure what type of court file you are seeking to gain access to but your starting point for access to “Closed Records” for old Criminal Court Cases and old Family Court cases is to county courthouse in the county where the court matter took place. When you call, ask who you need to...Read more »
I think you are on the right track you need to find another attorney. We are not supposed to give specific legal advise on this site. I suggest that you setup a 2nd opinion consultation with a lawyer, it may cost a few bucks for the lawyers time, but it may be well worth it for you.
The first makes it a disorderly offense to possess marijuana and the second outlaws possession of drug paraphernalia- such as hypodermic needles and marijuana smoking pipes . Both are disorderly offenses.
So basically my mom made me buy/take street xanax. So she gave me money for me to buy the xanax and she told me what to ask for and when and how much. When i did find someone who had it and i told my mom about that and showed her what the person was saying. “i” (my mother) said yeah i’ll buy... Read more »
Yes you can get arrested as you are committing a crime and so is your mother. The same as if your mother asked you to shoot a gun at a person, just because someone told you to do it, does that mean that you have to listen or that you have immunity from prosecution. By the way it is a crime for...Read more »
Beneficiary has evidence to prove the POA/Trustee is breaching his fiduciary duties. Beneficiary hires a lawyer. His lawyer petitions the court for a discovery which is denied. Judge orders a deposition of the POA/Trustee. My lawyer failed to reveal a significant amount of info to persuade the... Read more »
You didn't ask a specific question, I suggest that you seek an in office consultation to get a second opinion if you don't like what your lawyer is telling you or what he is asking you to do. That being said expect a lawyer to charge you for his time and advise.
Extorted for money to fix the damages made to his car during the fight between me and him. The fight occurred 3 days ago. Can he still file a report and can I still get in trouble? Or will he for extorting me if I go to the police first
Much more information is needed to properly answer your question. I suggest that you setup an in office consultation with a lawyer. Note that it is not extortion to ask someone to pay for your damages the other caused and anyone has the right to go to the police if they feel a crime has been...Read more »
Daughter who does have some judgments against her that are marked 'DP' in the degree block of her "Judgment of Conviction" form. The 'DP' I believe refers to 'disorderly person'. That is not a felony, correct?
A member (35%) ownership wanted to sell an income producing property. The member gave power of atty to their son who put the property on the market with a licensed real estate agent. The other members each owning 34.5 % each (65% total) were opposed. There wan never a meeting in person or over... Read more »
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