If you cannot afford an attorney in a criminal case, you should ask the Judge to appoint one for you. You can also call Federal Public Defender's office if its federal case or the Public Defender's Office in the court you case is in.
I'm not 100% sure how are why I was charged for all this. However, the date on the Police report falls into the time frame of when my uncle was being maliciously hacked by the mother of his son. She was apparently hacking into my uncles phone, my grandmothers phone, and my little cousins iPad.... View More
If you are not satisfied with your current legal counsel, then you should explore hiring new counsel. If you are unable to do so, then you need to try again to reach out to your current counsel, even if means going to his office and waiting for him to be available to meet with you. As you know,...View More
There are multiple defendants to be named in a suit surrounding a single transaction. Each of the defendants has a different role in the events (i.e. intentional delays; fraudulent non-disclosure/concealment, breaches of fiduciary duties, breaches of contract, etc.) that took place to accomplish... View More
I would not recommend that you try to handle this matter yourself----it sounds complicated and as such, you should have an attorney represent you. Please use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for litigation lawyers in your area to consult and then hire the one with whom you are most...View More
Translates to for practice use only. Anyway cops looked in his wallet and are now trying to charge him with monetary instrument abuse. He was being charged with bank fraud originally but it has nothing to do with counterfeit money and the charges were dropped. Basically I'm asking cab he be... View More
Yes if they were not so old. So you are off the hook because they are over 10 years old.
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