I'm not fully clear on your question, and a Tennessee attorney could advise best. But you await an answer for two weeks, and may be in a position of having to wrap your case up. IF you are talking about a personal injury matter, some of the GENERAL deductions arising could include medical liens...Read more »
i got pulled over for driving while my license was suspended in the state of NC, officer gave me a ticket and i signed. it stated that i had to appear in court for a misdemeanor citation in lieu of continued custody for arrested person
Obviously this is a North Carolina matter, so you need a competent North Carolina attorney. You definitely need an attorney today, and someone to drive you to Court. Try to get your License reinstated immediately. Take Insurance, Registration and your TNDL to Court with you.
There has been a lot of fighting and yelling at my house and i want to get away for a few days but my mom said if i leave she will call the cops and have them bring me back home, like i said i am 16 and wanted to know if they can take me back home. My friends mom said she has no problem with me... Read more »
I am sorry for your having to go through this. However, yes your mother can call the cops. Also, your friend's mother could be could be charged with harboring a runaway which is a crime. Your friend's mother could file a petition for dependency and neglect if the abuse rises to that level.
They say 3 witnesses say I did it but I have 5 witnesses that can say I didn't and the video footage they have from my neighbor showing a vehicle leaving my driveway not being drove by me can show that I left 30 mins to an hour before it did what can I do when they seem determined to arrest me for... Read more »
Immediately register your vehicle, and place the new sticker on your plate. Then go to Court, be respectful, and explain to the Judge or DA that you have got your Registration up to date. The best that can happen is either or both Violations are dismissed, with or without costs. At worst, you...Read more »
The case started as a vehicular assault case and was dropped to simple assault. The occupants of the other vehicle denied be the driver due to their soberity. The car belonged to one occupant's recently deceased mother. No accident report was filed by the officers on the scene. The THP has no... Read more »
This is not uncommon. Revoked licenses are tricky and reinstatements can be very expensive. You can research the specific requirements to reinstate the license on https://dl.safety.tn.gov/_/ . There may not be an accident report because it was charged as an assualt not an accident. If there is a...Read more »
Is it legal for him to do that if he didn't actually see who did the crime but he told police I did it an showed them pics of someone driving a vehicle and said it was me they have a warrant for me now an I'm innocent if they watch his cameras they would see me leaving before these other vehicles... Read more »
It is not illegal if your neighbor thought you committed a crime involving his property. If there is a warrant then you are going to need to call the Sheriff's department and see if they want you to turn yourself in. Because of COVID-19 , people with warrants are being booked then released on a...Read more »
I have offered to give him days if I hold onto the kids until COVID clears, he declined and wants to pass them from house to house. What are my rights? He and his wife are currently working, his wife works in healthcare, and they have 2 additional daughters who attend daycare. I have a daughter and... Read more »
I am looking for advice on how to sell a piece of land that is still in my deceased father’s name. My father passed away in 2005. He was a resident of NY and his will was admitted to probate in the state of NY in 2005. Letters testamentary were issued with my sister and I named as executors of... Read more »
A Tennessee attorney would be able to advise best, but you await an answer for three weeks. As a general matter in most any jurisdiction, the judge would ask for the evidence you mention - preferably an itemized printout from a reputable body shop outlining estimated charges for parts and labor -...Read more »
You could sue the contractor. He breached the contract by performing a job that failed to achieve the desired result of a repaired roof. I recommend you consult with an experienced attorney and examine your options in detail. You may be better off if you act quickly. The statute of limitations is...Read more »
The issue that affects your business partner is whether the bankruptcy trustee will want your interest in the business. That depends on the value of the business versus any exemption that might apply. You need to file your taxes based on what you elected at the time of formation or prior to...Read more »
I am looking to make an adapter that fits to a Scott face mask that firefighter can use to put a filter in to protect the first responders from the coronavirus. I’m worried there may be an issue with making an accessory that connects to their facemask and I’m not sure if it’s a patented... Read more »
What you are attempting to do seems admirable to me in helping firefighters be able to safely continue their important work in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. You are correct that there could be patent issues relating to this. This article I came across discuss potential patent infringement...Read more »
Hi. i’m 19 and still living at home with my parents not by choice. my mother takes all of my money from my bank account preventing me from moving out. she also has forced me into giving her my information to my logins for my college classes and reads all my emails. is there any way i could sue... Read more »
If your name is solely on the checking account then your mom is not allowed to take the money without your permission. If she does, it can be considered theft and you can call the police and report it. If it is a joint checking account with your mom's name then it is her account as much as yours....Read more »
Depends on the charges and situation. A lawyer can discuss his case with the district attorney and possibly negotiation reinstatement of probation. Without knowing more information about the case it's hard to give you a definite answer. Maybe you could ask the question again with more detail.
You need to pose this to a Tennessee attorney, but your post remains open for four weeks. Contact a Tennessee environmental attorney (there's a section here on that). You're talking about an environmental law matter more so than a constitutional law matter. Good luck
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