My boyfriend (already a felon) was arrested in collin county on the above felony charges as well as expired registration expired operator license and failure to comply with TX motor vehicle safety. He was just released from rockwall county in September of this year for his 3rd felony theft... Read more »
You should probably start by contacting the attorney that helped you with your case. If you don't want to use that attorney then contact another criminal defense attorney who takes cases in the same COURT that put you on probation.
I was told by a nurse that since we are not married it would be mandatory of him to pay child support if he signs that he is the father regardless if he is already helping or not since I am on Medicaid. Is this true? Or can you tell me more about this.
I enrolled in a debt relief program and advised me to stop paying the credit card that I transferred to this program. I have not missed a payment since I enrolled and I am in good standing. Now, one of the cards is suing me for not paying and the debt relief program said that they can not give... Read more »
I had a house guest that used to live with me but my landlord kicked her out because she was causing trouble among the neighbors and overstayed her welcome. Now she's mad and wants revenge. She isn't allowed on the property anymore but she was recently seen with a police writing all of our license... Read more »
Thanks for your question and I am sorry for your troubles.
Once a person has been warned that they are no longer welcome on property they can be prosecuted for criminal trespass so you may want to consider calling the authorities if she shows up again. If she has made threats to cause...Read more »
Thanks for your question. The answer depends on whether a good lawyer is hired to select a jury that will be favorable to the defense. Circumstantial evidence is not afford more or less weight unless the jury decides it is not credible.
The only time a defendant has his or her own fate in...Read more »
You don’t need to sign if you don’t agree. What you really need to do is hire an attorney to help you present your objections. If you are silent the court might approve the distributions without your signature.
Since the location on this question is a city in Texas, it is only likely to be seen by attorneys in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, or Austin... If you are asking about New Mexico law, you need an answer from an attorney somewhere like Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, or Roswell.
Two years ago we, as royalty owners with Pioneer Natural Resources, sold a percent of our mineral interest in Upton County to OneMap Mineral Services LLC. All Division Orders were signed by all parties and money exchanged hands. But apparently Pioneer dropped the ball and mishandled some of the... Read more »
This is certainly an unfortunate situation. Whether or not Pioneer is allowed to withhold all royalty due to you depends on the language of the most recent division order for these royalties that you signed, as well as the terms of the oil and gas lease that you or your predecessor in interest...Read more »
my son lived with me for 2 years and I did not recieve any financial help from the mother. Now he lives with her and the Attorney general is taking more than 50% of my paycheck to pay back what they think I owe for the 2 years he was with me. I have zero problem paying my child support I just cant... Read more »
Rest but I have pending charges and court dates while in the hospital but soon as I get out I have no family here and I’m homeless here in Dallas Texas so my doctor is wanting me to move back home to Kansas where someone can care for me due to me being in bed rest what can happen to me? But the... Read more »
I am paying c/s for 1 child out of marriage. My wife is the mother to one of my child who is the oldest and have a second one on the way with her. My wife plans to file c/s how will the c/s be calculated for the 2 orders.
She can move if there are no orders in place as to who determines where the child lives. If that is the case then you need to pursue court action to put them into place as soon as possible before she actually moves. Good luck 888-343-4529. Ready to help.
If the allegations are found to be false, you will not go to jail. If the charges filed against you are proven to be true beyond a reasonable doubt, jail time is a possibility. Consult with an attorney. Good luck.
A co-worker of mine had informed me that her son is physically and mentally abusing her at home. She had also informed me that he is on drugs as well. She is in he 60’s. She said she has no privacy as he goes through her personal belongings ie. Her phone and mail. She called the police a day... Read more »
She should report the situation to Adult Protective Services, block her phone, kick him out, put on locks and a no trespassing sign. She should seek a Temporary Restraining Order, followed by a Temporary and then a Permanent Injunction against him coming within a certain distance of her.
My brother’s killer was sentenced today and I’m trying to find information as my brother’s family has excluded me from that information. Simple google research has lead me no where without the persons name. Thank you.
A more direct approach would be to contact the Clerk of the Criminal Court in the County where the Murder occurred. A few questions should reveal who was prosecuted for killing your Brother. There may be little information available in the Court Records, but once you find the File, read the...Read more »
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