Victoria Collins' answer If a person is convicted of a sexually-oriented crime then that person is required under Chapter 62 to register as a sex offender. However, without more information here I can’t make determination as to the length of time you were required to remain registered. Further, their are options available under that same chapter that allows motion for early release or exemption.
Terry Lynn Garrett's answer Take the more recent Will to a local probate lawyer and ask him to contact the nieces. It is more difficult to straighten things out at this late date but may not be impossible.
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.
Robert W. Leonard Jr.'s answer You are looking at significant litigation if the parties are not in agreement. In order to advise you, your attorney will have to review all of the documents. Time is of the essence; contact a local probate attorney right away.
Grant St Julian III's answer You must also show some type of harm incurred by prosecutorial delay if you are to prevail on a speedy trial issue; mere delay is not sufficient to prove a denial of constitutional rights. You should have this discussion with your attorney, but from what you describe, no misconduct has occurred. Good luck.
Grant St Julian III's answer What is your goal? Your chances of overturning a 20 year old conviction are slim, and I assume the $92,000 owed is from a civil suit arising out of the same incident. The question for the criminal case is whether you operated a motor vehicle while intoxicated, was there an assault, and are you liable for the damages. I do not know the particular facts, but the first questions anyone would ask is: why are you just now asking these questions? Call your attorney.
Grant St Julian III's answer You may contact the census bureau, discover the supervisor of the agent in question and lodge your complaint with the agency. No criminal offense, however, has taken place from what you describe.
The Texas State Bar has a bunch of rules for attorneys. Many of them are complicated, obscure, or even counter intuitive. If an attorney is concerned that representing a client might break a rule, they shouldn't represent the client. For example, there are complicated conflict-of-interest rules that limit who an attorney can represent today based on past cases, and even on the past cases of the attorney's...
(1) Neither federal law or Texas state law require employers to provide employees with a lunch break. Employers choose whether to provide employees with a lunch break during a work shift. The only exception involves mothers who breastfeed. They must receive a lunch break of at least 30 minutes.
Yet, employers may not discriminate in permitting rest periods (“breaks” or “lunches”). This means an employer may not offer some employees rest...
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 You need to hire a family law attorney to represent you in Texas. The state is very serious about protecting children and about following their instructions and abiding by their rules. If you want to be sure your parental rights are protected, contact an attorney right away. This is not a matter you should even think about handling yourself.
Terry Lynn Garrett's answer If your father has been declared legally incapacitated (in some states called legally incompetent), it has been by a judge. Check with the court handling probate and guardianship in the Louisiana parish where your father lives. The court records are public and should contain the name and contact information for both the lawyer representing your step mother and the lawyer appointed by the court to represent your father.
Peter Munsing's answer I think the Texas Dental Associatioon would view it as holding yourself out as a dentist. Because "clinic" is defined as a place that renders outpatient treatment, you could have problems with state agencies. Further, if you aren't a dentist I hope you have a good liability insurance policy because if something happens with the procedure to the person's gums or teeth they will be looking at you and if you don't have coverage will be filing complaints with the health department and others. And...
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