answered on May 7, 2021
The Hicks court opinion (from which the "rule" gets its nickname) only applies to the circuit court criminal rule of procedure that contains the 180 day trial deadline limit, and there is no corresponding 180 day deadline for trial in District Court, so no, the rule only applies in... Read more »
Unemployment said since we did not physically work the mo eye was a donation and we still can get unemployment because it is considered special pay but boss said we cant file until june 15 even though work stopped march 13 due to covid
answered on Jun 21, 2020
You should not rely on the non-legal opinions of your employer for the legal interpretation of when and if you are entitled to unemployment benefits. You may be entitled to partial benefits if you worked but your hours were reduced from full-time, or your pay was reduced. You would be entitled to... Read more »
Would like to pay off what ever he owed. he had a savings but i don't know how to go about access it. he bought his car in FL but its with me in MD and i don't know if he owes money on it or not and how do i return the tags? if he has no money do i owe for him being the beneficiary? I... Read more »
answered on Apr 18, 2020
You cannot do anything unless you are the Personal Representative of your brother's estate. You become that by petitioning to open an estate for your brother in the jurisdiction where he resided at the time of his death. In Maryland, that would be a county (or City of Baltimore) Register of... Read more »
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