Your attorney is in the best position to explain what happened in your case. Depnding on the facts of your case,therecould be any number of reasons why your attorney might have pursued a particular defense strategy. The attorney who represented you should be able to explain to you his reasons for...View More
I took a guilty plea in Norfolk September 2017 in a A&B case against a family member, taking the victims word as she is my wife. It has now come to light that she struck me first while I was intoxicated and I responded by hitting her twice. This has ruined my career and service to the country,... View More
You had 10 days to appeal and 60 days to reopen you case. You are obviously outside those 2 limitations. You could speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney about bringing a habeas application but I am not certain how successful that would be. I think you are stuck with your plea.
This is taking place in the state of Virginia. She's actually harassing me but I can't file anything against her because I don't know anything about her.. How is this even possible? She keeps filing false charges against me, I don't know what to do
If the Protective Order civil case was heard in General District Court, she can appeal within ten (10) calendar days. The appeal is heard in the Circuit Court of the county where the first case was filed. Contact an experienced defense lawyer in your area for a full consultation.
Judgment stated i must attend a alcohol rehabilitation program. I completed the Navy's SARP program in 2012. I have an out of state license but found out later my driving privileges were suspended in program by VASAP. Called VASAP told them I attended SARP and was told they would accept my... View More
You need to talk with a lawyer who is an expert in Virginia DUI law. This interstate licensing snafu is one that we see dozens of times a year. Whoever your attorney was back when this was done needed to provide guidance on how to address these issues.
If an employer makes a couple of discrepancies on employment record that prohibits employment within career field and neglected a federal regulation by law. If a requirement of a regulation specifies receiving "immediate" medical attention directly away from a scene as opposed to noticing... View More
You would need to compare those facts to the basis on which the court dismissed the prior complaint in order to determine whether they overcome the defects in the claims previously alleged. From your description it is not possible to draw a conclusion.
When a case is dismissed without prejudice, it leaves the plaintiff free to bring another suit based on the same grounds, for example if the defendant doesn't follow through on the terms of a settlement. http://www.nolo.com/dictionary/dismissal-without-prejudice-term.html
During the recent snow it was declared a state of emergency. When we couldn't attend the event. The host refused to reimburse the fees. Our ethics committee of the athletic association strongly recommended they reimburse. The host refused. We are appealing to the National board of directors.
The question requires clarification. What sort of ethics committee is involved, what industry/occupation and what grounds did the body give for its decision? Is enforcement being sought via the courts or in a private licensing/certification setting? For example, if this were a legal ethics matter,...View More
worked for a private family doing CNA work when I sustained a lower back injury while helping her out of the car. I sought medical attention 2 days later when the pain did not subside. Insurance company contacted and took three weeks to set me up with a Doctor. The Dr. Put me on light duty not... View More
my aunt signed a binding agreement with me stating she would leave me her house upon death if I would give up my home to move in with her and take care of her, I took care of her for over 4 yrs. preventing her from entering a nursing home. She passed and the house went to her stepdaughter in a... View More
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