More facts are needed as to whether an application can be made to the court for a dismissal. Based on the limited amount of facts provided, the Court could have provided a new court date to you when you originally plead "not guilty." In addition, the Court could have forwarded a court notice to an incorrect address. Or, your ticket somehow is "lost" in the system. In any event, it is in your best interests to go to the police station, post bail, and thereafter you will obtain a new court....
To answer your question as to whether it is a crime or criminal offense, no it is not.
However, a review of the job application question needs to be looked at. In New Jersey, a DWI is considered a motor vehicle violation. At the municipal court level, traffic summonses, township ordinances, and offenses (disorderly person, petty disorderly persons) are heard. Notwithstanding aggravating factor(s), none of these matters are considered criminal.
I agree with the previous attorney. In addition, and more importantly, the attorneys could have allowed in statements and exhibits because it may be because of their legal strategy. For there to be collusion or insinuate the same, you must have more evidence.
It would best serve you to schedule a court date and bring in your insurance card for the prosecutor to see. If acceptable, the prosecutor can dismiss the ticket and by statute you only have to pay the court costs.
If you have a lease, please take a look at it. In addition, typically, in the lease, it will say who resides there, and if there are guests, they can stay so many days. If your grandkids are only there during the days, and they are peaceful, not loud, I do not know what the problem the landlord is having.
Please contact an attorney.
It is dependent as to the type of contract used (whether it is a HotDocs form contract, a Realtor Assoc. contract, et cetera.) In addition, to answer your question, it depends on whether attorneys are involved and whether they provided additional provisions and modifications to the form contract.
If you have an attorney, please contact him/her immediately. If you do not, please contact a seasoned real estate attorney.
When the buyer applies for the loan, the loan company, will require title and review the title policy. More likely then not, the loan company will require the second seller to be named on the mortgage documents and on the contract.
If the judgment was vacated three year ago, you do not have to answer the information subpoena. However, to avoid the legal maze, forward a letter to the attorney bringing them up-to-date as to what took place and see if they want to resolve the issue at your reduced amount of $292. If they say "no," and proceed on the information subpoena respectfully tell the court that the information subpoena was removed and ask for sanctions, etc., against the attorney.
I agree with the other attorneys who commented on this post. In addition, you can contact the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs, and the Better Business Bureau. Please do not limit yourself by filing a civil action on your accord. Please contact an attorney to fully discuss your options.
If you wanted to sue AT&T, more likely then not, there is a venue or arbitration clause. Because of that small claims court is out of the question. You always have the option to file a complaint with the New Jersey Attorney General's Office, Office of Consumer Affairs and they will investigate it.
Hope this helps.