I am not sure why you are giving all the SHU info because it doesn't matter however while you can file suit it is highly unlikely you will win anything or even survive summary judgment. You may however want to look into other potential civil rights opportunities to recover for your treatment at the hands of your guards.
Sue him!! You have a non compete and you also may have other breaches (fiduciary duty etc) not to mention potential fraud claims. You should be able to get an injunction to stop him from stealing clients and workers and trade secrets. Run do not walk to find an attorney. You can be helped but you must act fast . It is hard to fix the problem once it has gone on for too long.
You must live in a town that doesn't have much crime. Anyway, you have criminal mischief and trespass but chances are fairly good you really need to go apologize and buy your neighbor a beer. Maybe you can even figure out why your drunk self doesn't like him and maybe heal the wound. It might also behoove you to quit drinking so much that you do really dumb things.
Generally, an ACOD returns you to the position you were in the minute before you were arrested. That said, the arrest is on record and while the case was dismissed, if applying for a job in law enforcement it is stupid to lie, they can get the records. If this is all you have it shouldn't cause you any problems when you apply.
Now with the exception of a law enforcement application, employers are forbidden from asking about arrests. They can only ask about convictions and then only those...
Assuming your case is waived to the grand jury or your attorney has not consented to any adjournments or requested one the govt has 180 days from arraignment to indict in NY state court. Federal court is somewhat different and a dismissal there for speedy trial does not end the case. It only ends if the Statute of limitations has run
If the gun was inoperable, then it isn't a gun under the statute and the case must be dismissed. If the case gets dismissed and there was an illegal search of his bag, he may have enough evidence to sue the police department. He needs to consult a good Civil rights attorney who focuses on false arrests and police harassment and brutality.
If the gun is somehow proven to operable, then his defense lawyer will have to attack the search in a hearing. If he is unsuccessful it would preclude the...
There isn't a lot you can do, however his lawyer can demand a hearing to determine the need for the order. If the order was issued permanently by the court and if it was as Mr. Lopiccolo alluded to as part of a sentence then their needs to be a petition to re-sentence. In that case your parents may need to do more than just not care, they will need to actively advocate that the 2 of you should be allowed to see each other and that they will supervise your "dates" until you reach the age of...
Tell your girl friend not to stress over her ex's threats. He has nearly Zero chance of taking her new born from her assuming you both provide a stable loving home and that you are both capable of caring for the baby. His monty is of almost no effect.
As for a lawyer, your girl friend should contact the NYS Bar Associaton for the name of agencies and lawyers in your home area than ay be able to provide free or low cost legal services to your girlfriend just in case "Richie Rich" makes a...
The easiest way (not the cheapest) is to let a lawyer do it for you. Get a landlord tenant lawyer. The less expensive but more difficult way is to go to the local landlord tenant court (probably in Rome NY City Court) and file the action yourself. If you are nice about it a clerk may tell you how to get the summons and complaint served.
Finally, DO NOT THROW HIS STUFF ON THE STREET. You could get in a lot of trouble. Next time if you think you may not want a roommate, don't take any money....
I believe clients who cannot afford an attorney in Dutchess county are assigned to the County Public Defender.
You may reach this office as follows:
22 Market Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Voice (845) 486-2280 Fax (845) 486-2266
Toll Free (800) 660-8818 (outside 845 area code only)