Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Was it just a friendly referral? If the attorney compensates the bondsman for the referral it might be the crime of "Barratry and Solicitation of Professional Employment" see Penal Code 38.12. If that happened then the client can void the contract with the attorney and file a lawsuit to recover the fee, if they win the can also recover a $10K penalty against the attorney that committed barratry plus that attorney has to pay the client's civil attorney... See Government Code section 82.0651.
Deron Edward Smallcomb's answer Are you talking about bringing her to the United States? Are you a citizen? If so, that very detailed process should be discussed with an experienced immigration attorney.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer There are time limitations for notifying government entities of your claim. Since these facts are not detailed I will offer an example of a time limit...6 months could be your cutoff date to notify them. You may be barred if you wait around for the typical 2 year statute of limitations for accidents. Consult an attorney asap to prevent any complaints that you have from being barred. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer Was the case dismissed after successful completion of deferred adjudication probation, or was it dismissed without any plea being entered? Ask this question to the attorney who represented you on the matter. Good luck.
Roxann Pais Cotroneo's answer Under Texas Government Code Section 551.023, a person in attendance may record all or any part of an open meeting by means of a recorder, video camera or other aural or visual reproduction. The governmental body may adopt reasonable rules to maintain order in a meeting including rules relating to (1) the location of recording equipment; and (2) the manner in which the recording is conducted. These rules may not prevent or unreasonably impair a person from exercising their rights to record.
Donivan Flowers' answer According to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, Registration is not needed to operate your golf cart on a public road. State law allows for use of golf carts with a slow-moving vehicle emblem in the following situations: in master planned communities with a uniform set of restrictive covenants in place, on public or private beaches, during the daytime and no more than two miles from where the owner usually parks the golf cart and for transportation to or from a golf course, or to cross...
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer It is not a crime to photograph a person in this situation. The law against Invasive Visual Recordings only applies to taking photos of a person's intimate areas not subject to public view, without consent, and with intent to invade privacy.
Every element of an offense must be satisfied. This means that although the photos are taken without consent, the law does not apply to your situation because the subject of the photo is you and your dog (rather than your private parts) and the...
Grant St Julian III's answer Does your father quality for Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver? If so, he needs to file for Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal asap.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Yes. Especially angiosarcoma of the liver. Contact a firm that handles occupational disease claims. On the "no medical insurance " he should apply for social security disability--they have a fast track for people with cancer diagnoses; should apply for medical assistance. If the property is in his name VA can't take it for mom's treatment.
Juan Antonio Lozada's answer You will probably need an export license to be able to transfer military technology to China. Under the U.S. Export Control System, our government controls exports of sensitive equipment, software and technology as a means to promote our national security interests and foreign policy objectives. Through our export control system. Under the current export control system, three different USG agencies have the authority to issue export licenses: the Departments of State, Commerce, and the...
Robert W. Leonard Jr.'s answer Your first step should be to hire a qualified attorney who can represent you and protect you parental rights. In the meantime, you need to comply with the CPS investigation. In addition, do not engage in criminal behavior, use illegal drugs (including legal drugs which are not prescribed to you), or abuse alcohol or prescription medication prescribed to you. Do not associate with any persons who are doing these things.
A CPS investigation is a very serious matter, and you need an...
Mr. Charles C Guidry's answer I suggest that you do the survey. The survey will determine the ownership of the fence by statute of limitation or land ownership. It is nice to work thing out amicably, but if you can't then the first option will be best.
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