I hate that In ohio an officer can look into your windows in your car and then search if he finds something he thinks is suspicious, however they have limited the tint to 50% on the front side windows and reflective tints which allow more than enough light through have also been made illegal. I... Read more »
She told the family she would be 18 but her mother came to my house to visit her and I made her tell her mom she was pregnant that's when her mom told her real age of 15. She has since turned 16 and the baby is due soon. Once we learned of her age my son broke it off with her now she's... Read more »
We own a house on 2221 w 106 st Cleveland 44102. We do not live there. When the street was being swept on April 13, our tenant could not park there, so he parked on the front lawn. Cleaning was from 8 am to 5 pm. The inspector said the car was there at 1:40 pm. There was no grace period.The shared... Read more »
It's unclear what you have been cited for, and we certainly cannot speak to the motives of the government in citing you, but considering you've been summonsed to court I would suggest you hire an attorney.
It depends on the specific charge being brought. You citation should state the code section under which you are being charged. Look that up and it will reference the level of the offense and refer you to the penalty statute. Pull that up and it will tell you the penalties you are subject to....Read more »
Depending on the background facts, you may want to involve law enforcement. You are essentially looking for an injunction / civil protection order. I suggest speaking with a local attorney about your options and the procedural requirements.
No question is asked here. If you received a notice from the Court to appear, be there. Otherwise a warrant may be issued for your arrest. I suggest sitting down with an attorney to review your situation in detail.
I'm sorry, but I don't see a question here. You may want to rephrase. Your girlfriend should either speak to a criminal defense attorney about her case, or her public defender if she qualifies and one was appointed.
My mother passed away 26 years ago with a will and a trust fund, so we did not have to go through probate. Apparently there was a plot of land in her name that was not included in her will. Now I am being asked to sign a quick claim deed, signing over to my nephew. If I sign this, does that mean I... Read more »
A quit claim deed simply gives away any interest in the property an individual may have. It doesn't involve offering any guarantee as to the condition or title or the amount, or even existence, of an interest in property. So, no, it would not operate as an admission of having an ownership interest.
They advise charges include, Theft by Deception, Violation of Federal Banking Regulations and Collateral check Fraud. This loan is probally 5 or 6 years old. They advise if I don't respond within 24 hours, I will be arrested. It came in my Spam mailbox. Can they do this?
That's a scam. The law specifically prohibits threatening to arrest debtors in connection with debt collection attempts. If you did commit some kind of fraud on a payday lender, they would need to report the matter to the police, who would contact you regarding any potential criminal penalties.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks, and time is of the essence in your actions. As a GENERAL matter nationwide, you would respond with an answer, or other type of pleading, depending on the elements of the summons. It may be helpful here to reach out...Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. What you describe appears to be some kind of update on an appeal you made in connection with a claim. If you recently appealed a claim that involved medical services, that's what it might be. Good luck
Generally, yes. There is precedent for a general requirement to get vaccinated. Many healthcare providers require flu vaccines. Schools require children be vaccinated against a host of diseases. But they have to offer exemptions for those with legitimate medical or religious reasons not to be...Read more »
I had a single car accident and was transported to the hospital for tests, where they drew blood. I was charged with failure to control. Can they use that blood to amend the charge to something else based on the blood screen?
Hi, I am working on my will. Not sure if I need to see an attorney to get this done. It's very basic and simple. One problem I may have is my dad passed away 14 years ago and left the family piano to my older sister. The thing is I have had it all this time because she claims she has no way to... Read more »
You will want to reach out to your sister and at the very least get a clear, written statement that she is giving you the piano before you put it in your will and try to pass it on to your children or anyone else. If you don't have clear ownership of the piano and you will it to someone else,...Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general practice, insurance companies do pursue such claims. They paid their insured; it's likely they are alleging the root cause of the fire was attributable to you. You could consult with an attorney to...Read more »
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