Timur Akpinar's answer An attorney looking at these facts might ask for further details. A Utah attorney who handles such matters could examine all statements/written evidence from you and the merchant to determine whether the elements of fraud, as alleged by the merchant, were met.
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.'s answer That;s like asking the status of the current law on search and seizure. Yes people get prosecuted. You need to specify exactly what you want in order to get a specific answer.
Gary Kollin's answer You need to consult directly with an attorney. Your facts are not sufficient to understand what occurred. Moreover, you have one long run-on sentence so it is virtually impossible to parse
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.'s answer Well they can because they did. The issue is the condemnation of the home. You will need to contact a real estate attorney who is familiar with this area to get a specific legal opinion.
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.'s answer You don't get to chose your public defender. However if you want to go to trial they must respect that decision and do the trial. You are always free to hire your own attorney as well.
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