Can I be an officer/manger on my board if I have felon from another state? I had an over payment for unemployment of 11,033.38 (including a $5,000 fine) ALL of which I REPAID in full. the nonprofit that I am starting is a community building project teaching beginning farmers from low income and... View More
I am not aware of any disability from running a TN non-profit entity. If you already formed it, then apparently the TN Secretary of State has no problem. Since it is from another State, noone here may know about it at this time, and who would want to remove you anyway? You might look into...View More
They have hacked my phone and have access to my contacts. They call my gas stations, bank, everybody. Even my friends from school. It's a crazy amount of funds and effort spent on a nobody like me. What course of action should be taken
It is not clear from your question whether you know the names of individuals who have committed and continue to commit these actions. At the same time, you indicated that they make phone calls, respectively, it is possible to identify these persons by their phone numbers. Having determined the...View More
If a person has 3 criminal warrants for arrest, an they refuse to come out as police surround home,considering a elder is also living there..What recoarse other than doing the same thing over an over will they do to arrest the person if they remain there 24/7 an others bring needs to them..?... View More
So I was charged with possession of drugs with intent my appointed attorney did not negotiate with the DA one bit bcthe same that the prosecutor offered in gen sessions was the same in circuit court this was my first felony charge and most first timers get rehab & or probation it was never even... View More
Hire a competent attorney to: Motion to Set Aside Guilty Plea; or Notice of Appeal dealing with the Sentence only. Time may be too late now, so call for a lawyer today. Later a Post-Conviction Petition to set aside everything for Ineffective Assistance of Counsel can be filed (within 1...View More
My husband and I own a boat that we decided to sell. We put it on a lot for a dealership to sell for us. The deal was that the boat would not leave the lot until paid for. We also agree that the dealerships would take $500 for selling it. We got a call from the dealership about 12 days ago saying... View More
My father was convicted of a white collar crime and ordered to pay restitution. He is currently on release due to the Covid 19 pandemic but his release date is July 2024. My brother and I bought life insurance on him and my mother years ago. We are the beneficiaries of the policy. My question is... View More
I was ordered to pay resitution on a theft charge along with a 3 year probation sentence. I completed the 3 year proabtion with impeccable report, Other than paying resitution, due to very lack of work this past year, 2020. Probation officer filed a VOP , 5 days before the sentence end date on the... View More
It depends on the facts of the case, your criminal history and the DA's and victims' positions on jail time. Generally, in the beginning of the pandemic, courts were leaning away from jail sentences and were letting a lot of people out of jail on already-imposed sentences. Now, though,...View More
We think we have a great case for an appeal (the judge himself said to appeal his own sentence at least 5 times during sentencing) so we really want him to stay out while appealing. My husband was sentenced to 2 years in Federal Camp (all he was convicted of was illegal remuneration and was... View More
First I am not a Tennessee lawyer. That being said, generally a party (civil or criminal) has 30 days to note an appeal, with the bond accompanying that. That's 30 days after sentencing date, whether your lawyer notes the appeal or you do. But I think that an appeal in a criminal case does not...View More
Without knowing anything about the Case, I recommend hiring a competent attorney now. Obviously he needs a Bond Set, and probably needs to prepare for a Preliminary Hearing or Pre-Trial Motions. You should be able get representation with payments or asset transfer. It does not have to be a local...View More
Need more info to answer the question. What kind of case? There are jurisdiction laws in every county. Depending on the type of case, there's subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, and venue. Facts are important.
You need an attorney. But the case will likely be tried before a jury as is the defendant's right unless waived. Without knowing the actual charge, the facts of the case, and all other factors that go into a defense, no one on a forum will be able to provide you with an answer as to how you...View More
Someone was arrested for criminal trespassing in two different counties, one bond was $2500 in one county & the other bond was $5000 in the other county, I'm trying to find out the price range for this charge
Maybe General Sessions Judges and Magistrates talk among themselves, but you are not going to find an official guideline to Bond amounts. Both of those are higher bonds than most, so apparently the Defendant is viewed as a major burglar. His lawyer might move to lower the amounts in each County,...View More
Not exactly sure what your question is about, but a Civil Fraud case can certainly be made, and most likely also a Criminal Theft charge also. Illegal Income is still income that must be reported by the Recipient, and can be a legitimate business expense for the Defrauded Party. The 1099 could...View More
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