While I understand your concern, it's essential to be cautious about how you share information about someone's criminal history, especially if you were awarded damages in a civil suit. Making false or defamatory statements could potentially lead to legal issues for you. Instead of...View More
My brother provided a voided power of attorney document to a lien holder of my mother's home deed after she passed In order to obtain the deed. He also provided the probate court fraud bankstatements for our deasesed uncles estate in order not to pay my share as a hier so I have to separate... View More
Hire an attorney with experience in probate litigation. A power of attorney from your mother is, of course, void upon her death. As an heir, you have the right to file for probate of your mother's estate, even though she doesn't have a will. You can ask the court to appoint you as a...View More
It depends on the specific circumstances and the laws of the jurisdiction in which the individual resides. In some cases, individuals may have legal rights to compensation for the use of their personal information, particularly if the organization is using the information for commercial purposes...View More
The answer to this question depends upon the particular facts and circumstances. Attorneys have some degree of immunity, but deliberately lying to law enforcement during the course of a criminal investigation could theoretically, under the right circumstances, constitute obstruction of Justice.
Every lawyer who represents a client, especially in a criminal defense, must communicate with the client and let the client know of all court dates, all offers to settle, and must review the case, and the facts surrounding the case. If your husband's lawyer is not keeping him up to date, and...View More
If you accidentally received money from a stranger through Zelle, all you need to do is promptly send the money back to its rightful owner and you should not have any legal issues. You will only face legal problems if you don't send it back now that you it wasn't intended for you.
Yes, you can. But you will need the individual's legal name and address either to complete a police report or to serve the individual with a civil lawsuit. My suspicion is "Boonzey" is not the person's actual legal name.
To obtain a transcript, contact the court reporter if the court in which the case was heard. That would be the starting point for the transcript. 31 years is a long time to retain a transcript, depending on the type of case & what happened in the case (appeals, etc.). A copy of the conviction,...View More
I’m being threatened by a make believe company that they will report me for stealing company funds. I do not legally work for them and they sent me funds over cash app. Since it was sent from cash app is it legally mine? They wanted me to be a money mule for them and convert it to Bitcoin for... View More
Absolutely do not give this company any of your personal information. They are trying to phish you or obtain your personal details. There is a way on the cash app., I believe, to return the money, decline to accept it or report it as fraudulent. I would explore those avenues. The cash is not...View More
Generally, a person has to pead guilty or "no contest" (which is the same thing as pleading guilty) in order for them to be placed on probation. And if you pleaded either of those, I'd say you are really out of luck. Then I would ask why you would do such a thing knowing you were not...View More
Defense attorneys often represent victims of crimes to ensure their rights are protected and they are being treated fairly within the system. The prosecutor is also a representative of sorts for victims as they are the Peoples attorney as well. However, a defense attorney for a defendant in a...View More
Can I file a lawsuit to have a fraudulent w-2 revoked?
I am an independent contractor.My life line during the pandemic depends on gig worker assistance. A company fraudulently re-characterized me as a w-2 employee after I terminated all business relationship with them due to consistent... View More
I don't know what claims you could make yourself, but you could report the situation to the IRS. If they claim you were a W-2 employee, they should have been paying payroll withholding, and weren't. That can result in a 100% penalty against the company, and against anyone who had...View More
I have receipts from everything of value stolen, including the tow truck drivers boss that released the vehicle to the transport company stating that she did see my personal property inside the vehicle before it left her lot.
He didnt catch any charges its all ghost dope hasnt been in any trouble in 10 years been in feds for 2 years and state just now decided to give him 23 years took his 10 years street time why can they do that would a parole attorney help any
The statute of limitations is the hard limit beyond which prosecution is barred. You can find them in chapter 12 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure which I will link below. Generally speaking, the longer you wait to report a case, the less interested law enforcement will be. Just because a...View More
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