Daniel P Leavitt's answer I don't even know what you're trying to ask. If you were charged with driving without a license you can request a court appointed lawyer at your hearing or hire someone. Usually it helps to get properly licensed. Good luck.
With the transit authority first however since it would be much cheaper if they agree to pay the damages. Additionally, if you see not in the car and we’re not injured, your recovery will be limited to the damage to the vehicle so most attorneys will not take the case. That means you would either have to handle the trial yourself or pay the attorney by the hour, which can be costly.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer It should not, depending on the crime for which you were convicted. Felonious assault or crimes of a sexual nature could be the exception. Check with an immigration attorney.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer That would largely depend on the judge, but most judges would allow you to cooperate with the opposing side if you decide to. Whether it is a good idea in your particular case is best discussed with a confidential consultation with a lawyer to determine the pros and cons associated with your course of action.
F. Paul Maloof's answer I am sorry but I do not handle that type of matter. You may want to call the Bar Association of the city or county in which you live and ask for a lawyer referral for your situation.
Jan F Hoen's answer They obviously knew it was wet afterwards because you fell on it. It does not logically follow that they knew until after. I assume you reported it to them. Putting signs up afterwards was necessary to prevent any additional falls and does not in any way prove negligence.
Liability on the part of the property owner requires that you be able to prove that they were negligent because they knew BEFORE the incident and did not take reasonable precaution to warn and protect invitees to...
Gary D. Godman's answer Virginia Code 46.2-835 says: "Notwithstanding the provisions of § 46.2-833, except where a traffic control device is placed prohibiting turns on steady red, vehicular traffic facing a steady red circular signal, after coming to a full stop, may cautiously enter the intersection and make a right turn." So in the intersection you describe, if it is a red circle and there is no sign prohibiting right turns on red, it would be permissible to turn on red.
Glenn B. Manishin's answer 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, the relevant bar association could impose sanctions, but enforcement such as voiding the respondent's license to practice law would typically require application to and an order from the state supreme...
Gary D. Godman's answer Not sure about NY law, but in VA, a levy on a bank account is a normal and legitimate way for an owed party to collect funds. Consider speaking with a local family law or debt protection attorney about your specific situation.
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