Paul Looney's answer Police make mistakes. It's your lucky day. The solution to your problem cannot be resolved by a lawyer's advice. Can you be arrested? Yes, you were. Will the case stick? That depends ... Good luck with your choice.
Paul Looney's answer You have a fact dispute, whether you paid rent with NSF funds. Get your proof from your bank. Take the notice to the landlord and try to resolve the matter. The whole thing will end up in Justice Court if you cannot resolve it with the landlord. Yours is a question of "proof", not "law". Settle the facts on your side and this should go away.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer You could be a citizen already, depending on the circumstances. You may want to determine that before you file.
If you are not already a citizen, then it really doesn’t matter which way you go. It might make more sense, just because you didn’t get your citizenship through your husband, to select the box that claims residence for five years. Both that box and the one relative to married to and living with a USC for the last 3 years apply to you, however.
Paul Looney's answer You can illegally possess a firearm inside your vehicle if it is in plain view, or if you are engaged in any other illegal activity. The statute sets out all the ways a firearm can be illegally possessed.
Grant St Julian III's answer No one in this forum knows the particular facts of your case, and the evidence the State has in its possession, so no one can tell you what options you have. Understand, however, that just because you do not like what your attorney is telling you does not mean she/he is not doing her/his job. Have a sit down with your lawyer. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer The statute of limitations for sexual assault is either 10 years from the date of offense, or in some cases, there is no statute limitations for such an offense. If yo are not satisfied with your attorney, consider another attorney. Good luck.
Herman Martinez's answer You should ask your probation officer first. Afterward, your attorney may have to request the court if you can travel. It depends on many factors such as the crime you are on probation, how long you have been on probation, how well you are doing with your probation.
Terry Lynn Garrett's answer Talk to a local estate planning lawyer about a QTIP trust (qualified terminable interest in property) and about a deed, signed by both you and your wife, leaving real property to your children after you are both gone (either a Lady Bird Deed or a Transfer on Death Deed).
Aimee Hess' answer Filing a memorandum in the county deed records is certainly used to give notice of an agreement without disclosing the precise terms. However, before you do that, have an oil and gas attorney review the option itself, as well as take a look a Texas court decisions, to make sure you are not going to be in violation of the option agreement by filing the memorandum.
Grant St Julian III's answer Federal prohibits a convicted felon from ever possessing a firearm. If such a person lives in a house where one is kept, the person is walking a very thin line. Another person in the household may possess a gun, but if law enforcement ever appear at the home when only the felon is there, teh felon can expect to go to jail.
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