Generally speaking, yes. But 30 % refers to when you are eligible for your first Parole
Board Hearing, which you may or may not be successful at. Many Prisoners go at least to two Parole Boards prior to being released. Remember Parole is not easy either. You will want to closely...Read more »
The child does not belong to me nor do I have any legal rights to.I had to bail out of jail and was assigned a public defender but on the court date the public defender was a no show.The judge then tells me that I would have to hire one.I hired a one and my case was dismissed.My question is that is... Read more »
The affidavit of complaint is the charge and the bond is evidence of your being incarcerated. But why would you take a voluntary drug test? That will hurt any suit for a GTLA action under 18 USC §1983. You will have to identify the actual persons that did this, and you will have trouble...Read more »
for the gas and while he went into the store to pay for it the police stopped and searched and found drugs on him then they come and search my car is that legal or illegal because I just picked him up walking and he hit a very good pump my gas I didn't know what he had on him just because we... Read more »
If you were not charged with anything, then even if it was an illegal stop and search, it is not your concern. Without a charge there is no standing to do anything, unless You sue the LEO for a §1983 violation for which you have no damages.
You would be wise to consult a local attorney versed in contract and construction law to review the issue. If the contractor is refusing to fix his work, you may need to consider filing a lawsuit to get appropriate relief.
My grandmother has a home, 2 mobile homes, and some land. My father was in line to receive a mobile home and the land it was on. My grandmother's husband died and 3 out of her 4 children died as well. Her last surviving child has a wife that I'm not sure intends to allow us to get what... Read more »
You are asking too many questions for this forum. The Grandmother's heirs will take the real property, which is probably her issue or if deceased, their issue. If she has a Son surviving, and the deceased children have kids, the Son takes a share and the Grandchildren take what their parent...Read more »
Handgun Carry Permits allow a sidearm to be on your person except in certain areas. Many situations allow the possession of a handgun without a HCP. However any display of a weapon can be a felony assault without a situation putting you in fear of harm.
It is possible. Start putting together any witnesses to the gift. Hopefully the Bill of Sale is to you. But ownership of a vehicle is by Document of Title, which he apparently did not convey over to you. Be prepared to make bond and hire a competent attorney. If he does not swear out a...Read more »
I was never shown any test results but yet I was criminally charged. When I was arrested i never received a copy of the warrant either.I had to hire a attorney and which the case was dismissed. I called my attorney and got a copy of my file and still no test results or a copy of any arrest warrant.... Read more »
That is a Government Tort Liability Act case, which is complicated, non-jury, and has a 1 year SOL. Damages are statutorily capped. You will need a competent attorney to sue the LEO's and County. It is probably better to have an out of County lawyer. Time is probably getting close. I...Read more »
Has the Will been Probated? Until a Probate Action is instituted, there is no Will nor Executor. If Probate is going on, then you need to check the file at Chancery Court. Read it verbatim. It generally takes at least 15 months to close a Probate in TN, and often much longer. You may wish...Read more »
It is doubtful whatever Order giving you custody will impress the Health Department. But it might, so take your Order to the Department and ask politely. Usually only immediate Family can get the Certificate. If necessary, call your local State Representative.
Your question is unclear. Did he still have an active warrant? Regardless of the statute of limitations issue, or other related issues, he would be wise to hire an attorney asap to review the case and see what options your boyfriend has.
Read whatever contract you got. You may have a termination option. But even if you do, how are you going to get your money back? Jurisdiction is probably in another State. It appears that You might have an option with your own credit card, or you might cut your losses with canceling the card....Read more »
The home belongs to her she was renting the lot the property owner has tossed all her belongings and is renting out the trailer she owns what do we need to do to reclaim her home?? Is it legal for them to take over her property to sale/rent?? McMinnville tennessee
If there is a written Lease, you will want to read it. Otherwise probably the simplest and most direct remedies are suing the Landowner in General Sessions Court for an Action To Recover Personal Property and Conversion. I recommend you hire a competent attorney, and be prepared to remove the...Read more »
You could call the non-emergency police/sheriff line in that county - they may consider it theft and go arrest the employee; although the property may be held for evidence reasons. You could go to the courthouse and swear out your own charges against the employee. Or you could go the civil route...Read more »
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