Kiele Linroth Pace's answer A no contact order like this can be either a condition of a jail release bond or a condition of a magistrate's emergency protective order or both. If you have both, then both need to be removed, otherwise you could be charged with a new crime for any violation.
These orders are issued by a judge and can only be modified or vacated by the judge. Your criminal defense attorney is probably the most appropriate person to file the motion, but if the alleged victim convinces the...
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer If the nonviolent offense is a felony, or if conviction is punishable by more than 1 year confinement, then you are prohibited by Federal Law as a person under indictment per 18 U.S. Code § 922.
You should check with your criminal defense attorney in Louisiana to find out if there are any applicable rules for the Pretrial Diversion program or any applicable conditions of your jail release bond.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Review your custody order with your Family Law attorney. If you don't have a Family Law attorney then you should hire one because it will be cheaper in the long run than getting charged with a felony like kidnapping.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer DWI is a criminal offense so he should apply for a court appointed attorney. However, being found incompetent has other serious ramifications that he should discuss with his attorney.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Frankly, he could be charged with the murdering the Tooth Fairy. Any of us could. Ultimately, the question is whether the prosecution can prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
The fact that someone else confessed may help the defense, but not always. Some crimes can be simultaneously committed by multiple people.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer If the "sperm donor" is the biological father, and there are no court orders regarding custody, then your fiance needs to hire a local Family Law attorney with experience handling child custody and SAPCR cases.
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer A will must be probated in Court before it is considered valid. The named executor is usually the person to apply for probate and the original will is presented to the Court. If a Court finds the will is legal then they will issue Letters Testamentary to the Executor, usually the same day. Most Courts in Texas require the Executor to have an attorney.
Grant St Julian III's answer I have had cases where it took 11 months for the crime lab to return test results. The State has 2 years from the date of offense to file the charging instrument with the court. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer What you state is not a defense. Having a license plate in the windshield is a violation of the law if the car is driven on a Texas road, regardless of where the car was purchased.
Grant St Julian III's answer If your father has dementia, make sure a competency hearing is performed before anything else. Bring documentation of his medical condition to court. Unless you have been designated as his guardian or are a licensed attorney, however, you will not be able to "represent" your father in this matter. Good luck.
Timur Akpinar's answer I don’t practice in Texas, but your question remains open for four weeks. You could check with Texas attorneys in your area as to how much they would charge for a short consultation to go through your options here - a letter from an attorney, small claims court, civil court, or other avenues. Maybe they could help you make a decision based on the most cost-effective route.
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer The name a tax office has for the owner of property is not controlling as to who "actually" owns the property. An owner of real property is determined in the Deed records where the property is located.
Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer It sounds like she may be considered a tenant at this time and you may have to evict her. There are specific steps to follow in eviction and they vary depending upon the circumstances surrounding the eviction. Your local precinct or county should have information on evictions or you may look on the State Bar Website for Landord/Tenant guides.
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