Someone fraudulently cashed a check I sent to pay my trash bill. The trash company never received it, so they still say I owe the bill. Who is responsible for getting the money - the bank, or the trash company?
Defendants have no right to discovery at the Sessions level. But you should at least read what is in the Arrest Warrant, as sometimes subpoenas, implied consent forms, fingerprints, etc. are with the Warrant. Might need another attorney.
It is a very long story. My civil rights have been violated and I was beaten, tased, tortured, and raped in the jail. Then dosed with, what I believe to be phentenol, and let out on the street and arrested again and then sent to a Crisis Center for evaluation (which I passed). But I asked for a... View More
You may or may not have a Governmental Tort Liability Act/ 18 USC Section 1983 action, as it sounds like you were not charged. But you will need damages, which are capped. Consult with a competent attorney.
Did the creditor win a judgement against anyone with that name at my address or against specifically the person who made the contract. Can I be considered liable for the debt? Do I need to countersue this creditor for the mistake?
You must hire an attorney. Setting aside such a Judgment will be difficult and will require some very precise pleadings. You will have to go to Court and prove you are not the proper Judgment Debtor. Time is running against you.
Talk to your Sheriff's Department and ask to speak to an Investigator. Have all the facts ready to disclose the Theft of Property. Remember you are the witness/victim and you will have to testify, but it is the State's Case. When the Charges come up in Court tell the DA you want...View More
The account holder will be getting a charge from the Bank. But if you take out more money than you were authorized by the account holder, then that is Theft of Property, which could be a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the amount stolen. You could also be sued by the account holder.
Someone passed a stolen check of mine and made a purchase of over $1000 at a Tennessee Walmart in late 2001. I was not aware of this until June 2020 when I was trying to purchase a handgun and was rejected by the TBI. The information I was given is that there is a case against me in the county... View More
Most importantly, you need to know if it was only a charge, or a conviction. A charge is not a firearm disability although the TBI will not okay your firearm purchase from a FFL. But a conviction, and a felony at that, will be life changing. Hopefully it is only a charge, and a very good...View More
He has taken the information off my license and has my social security number and has already set up a credit karma account for me. I am in a program in which the government assigned me an address. But I’m afraid of him using my information when it comes to tax time (since I can legally claim the... View More
Received what appears to be a parking citation via mail. Neither I, nor my vehicle were anywhere near that city, 3 hours away from me, on the day that the ticket was issued. This appears to have been issued based solely on my license plate number. I called the court office and they said that the... View More
Parking Tickets are not Moving Violations of the Rules of the Road. Usually City/County Ordinance or Code violations. That is non-criminal. You can go to Court and contest, or forget about it. It will not generate points but might affect your credit score. I fail to see how this could affect...View More
Your question/statement is unclear- If I understand it- No, you are not responsible for a loan if someone forged your signature on it. However, you must prove the forgery ( it may take a handwriting expert). You should report this immediately to local law enforcement- forgery is a crime ( a felony)...View More
I am not an attorney licensed in Tennessee so you should consult with a local lawyer. Generally, if there was negligence on the part of the employer that resutled in the ID theft, you may have a cause of action.
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