Anthony Marvin Avery's answer More than likely a Default Judgment for money will go down against you. The Judgment Creditor can then require you to go to Court to give sworn testimony where your money is, or go to jail for Contempt. Go to the Court Hearing.
Marjorie A Bristol's answer That depends on why they were going back to the spot. If you were helping them conceal their crime or further the criminal actions, you could be an accessory after the fact.
Bennett James Wills' answer The real father should sign the affidavit of parentage. It's a terrible idea for anyone to sign a birth certificate for a child they know is not theirs. That just makes things legally more difficult down the road. You can talk to the hospital about these issues and they'll inform you of your options. Or consult counsel.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Perhaps at a local law library. My county has two great law libraries, with the electronic databases available for free. I do not know if this is available in your state, but it probably is. If not, find a local law school and speak to the librarians there.
Kimberly K. Schreiber's answer An Order of Protection is a serious legal matter. If it is granted it has lasting effects on your legal rights, such as your ability to keep a firearm in your home. It's always prudent to have an attorney when your rights are at stake. Attorneys are great advocates and know the court process. A good lawyer can advise you on the best way to fight for your rights.
Kimberly K. Schreiber's answer Under Tn Code Annotated 55-9-414, the is a prohibition against blue FLASHING lights. This is not the case with your light.
In TCA 55-9-409
(a) Any member of the highway patrol having reasonable ground to believe that any headlamp or auxiliary driving or fog lamp or any device subject to approval upon a vehicle emits a glaring light as defined in §§ 55-9-406 and 55-9-408, or otherwise fails to comply with the requirements of this part, may require the driver of the vehicle to...
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