Matthew Williams' answer Not exactly. If you plead not guilty in Mayor's Court, your case gets transferred to Municipal Court, which may seem like getting charged twice. You may owe court costs in both courts which is getting charged (money charged not traffic or criminally charged) twice.
Joseph Jaap's answer School is quasi-public in Ohio. School board is a quasi-governmental body, a bit public, a bit private. A cop could give a ticket, and then your dad could try fighting it in court. Maybe he wins. Or maybe the cop sees him roll on the school lot, and waits to stop him at the next stop sign on a public street when he doesn't stop for 3 seconds. Or he could just be safe and stop at the sign. A stop is required when exiting any parking lot onto a public street, school or grocery, so whether a...
Joseph Jaap's answer The court typically gives tenant 7 to 10 days to vacate, but it can be quicker. So find a new place as soon as you can. Talk to your landlord to find out. If you need help, talk to local housing agencies or shelters.
Bruce Martin Broyles' answer You should consult an attorney. You should definitely not ignore. You may want to consult your divorce attorney. Your divorce decree may discuss who is responsible for the debt. The divorce decree will have no impact or effect upon the Plaintiff/ creditor, but if your wife was to be responsible for the debt, then you may be reimbursed by her.
Bruce Martin Broyles' answer Destroying ornamental trees can result in treble damages. Depending on how large your tree is, the cost to replace the tree could be quite expensive. IN Ohio small claims monetary jurisdiction is $6,000.00.
Matthew Williams' answer If he owns the house, you could look up the land transfer records I suppose. But, you don't really need a name just info that will help the police find him, which you have plenty. Lots of police reports are filed without the name of the perpetrator. After all, most people don't know who robbed them.
Joseph Jaap's answer You can seek custody of your grandson. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to consult a local family law attorney who can review all the facts of the situation and advise you about that process and what you would have to do.
Matthew Williams' answer Perjury occurs when a person lies under oath during a court proceeding. Not just when someone lies. Most of the accountability for this sort of stuff is in potential removal from the position by the rest of the council, difficulty getting re-elected, and trouble working with others in the community in the future, not the law.
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