I do not understand your question. You failed to come to a complete stop before turning and the camera snapped a photo and you were ticketed, yes? If the truck failed to stop in time, it should have received a ticket also. How do you know the truck driver didn't receive a ticket too? If your argument is that you should not be a ticketed because thousands of other motorists aren't always ticketed for committing the same offense, that's a losing argument. There simply aren't enough police or red...
You have to speak with a lawyer. The Plaintiff can ask for $100 million. The question is, can he prove his case? (He meaning he or she). Just because he asks for it doesn't mean he"s entitled to it. And even if he gets a judgment, you may be "judgment proof". Consult a lawyer.
She definitely needs to consult and retain an immigration lawyer. Unfortunately, she created a somewhat sticky situation by applying for asylum and then voluntarily returning to her home country. Presumably, she has a valid explanation for that. However, a lawyer will ensure that the explanation is clearly and properly communicated to USCIS. She should not file for further immigration benefits without consulting an immigration lawyer if it is important for her to visit and/or live in the U.S....
You may be able to bring an action against the original complainant for Malicious Prosecution, but the proceeding that was initiated against you must first be terminated in your favor. Based upon the facts you have provided, personal injury would not be the appropriate lawsuit, nor would infliction of emotional distress.
For further information, you can contact a New York lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues. If you appreciate the time spent preparing this answer, kindly consider...
You should consult both a lawyer who handles criminal cases and a lawyer who handles personal injury cases. Good luck to you.
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Affidavits do not carry very much weight. You should consult with an immigration lawyer ahead of time on the best way to remove the conditions on your residence. This is extremely important. If USCIS denies your request to remove your conditions, it's going to cost you a lot more time, money and aggravation to reverse that decision. Do it right the first time. Hire an immigration lawyer.