This would be an A Felony. There is no statute of limitations in a prosecution for an A felony.
To quote the statute:
CPL Section 30.10 (1)
(a) A prosecution for a class A felony, or rape in the first degree as
defined in section 130.35 of the penal law, or a crime defined or
formerly defined in section 130.50 of the penal law, or aggravated
sexual abuse in the first degree as defined in section 130.70 of the
penal law, or course of sexual conduct against a...
Yes but you may have a problem getting jursidiction over the hotel. You will probably have to sue an agent of the company or a booking agent who works for the company in NY.
This is a difficult thing to do and you should seek legal counsel. Preferably one who has sought and obtained jurisdiction over foreign entitites in the past.
Meanwhile, here is an article and video to help you avoid this issue in the future:
You are in a tough area that straddles the Law, Psych line.
Legally, you have few options other than to turn her in (which is not required) or not to turn her in (which keeps her where she is.)
Now where is she? Well she is in violation of numerous laws of the United States and of New York state.
Further if these "Turks" are in any way terrorists, she will have untold issues that will destroy her even if she is so clueless she knows nothing of their intentions.
Hence the only thing I...
It shouldn't take too long. You could probably accomplish it by the end of the summer if you move quickly. You should contact a lawyer and have him file a change in the court. You are going to need forensics if they weren't done and an update if they were.
Remember, having the child after school is not the same as having the child live with you. You must provide her with her own room and with your time. You also have to show that she wants and should stay with you.
An order to show cause...
NY is what we call a one party state. In other words you can secretly record a conversation if only one party knows and agrees to it being recorded. In your scenerio you are the one party. Record away. The tape would be admissable in Federal courts and in NY State, I cannot guarantee the same in Conn.
You may want to contact a lawyer directly for him to do the research you require.
If you can find an overnight carrier on a Sunday who will deliver on a Monday, go for it. Mailing on a Sunday does not violate the prohibition on Sunday service, delivery on a Sunday would.
As for you second question. In most circumstances the last day to serve would be extended to the following Monday or if Monday is a holiday then to the following Tuesday.
You need to see a lawyer right away, There are many rules dealing with the fraud that may have been perpertrated in this matter. Rules of both agencies need to be interpreted and synthesized with the facts of the your situation. You need meet with a lawyer who not only deals with SEC issues but also with Stock fraud.
Query: "Can any of these options be pursued with the participation of only some of the Petitioners in the case, or even by ONLY one of the Petitioners, WITHOUT the participation of each and every of the petitioners who joined together to bring the Article 78 proceeding?"
Query: "The same question with regard to the judge who ruled against the petitioners in the Article 78 proceeding at issue:
Can one (or less than each and every one of the petitioners) make an...
You need to see a lawyer right away. There are numerous crimes that have been committed here by your your "boss" and also (albeit inadvertantly) by you.
Are you issuing a 1099 for the money? He falsified business records. By cashing the check, you verified the contract. Do you have the proper licenses to do the work he did? What about insurance such as worker's compensation? Then there is the matter of Fraud. He also coerced (I will hold back your rightfully earned money if you don't do this...
What are my chances of keeping him at 202?
If that is what his basic child support obligation is supposed to be, your chances of keeping it there are not great. OTOH if it includes all support, he may be at the right amount or even underpaying.
n NY unless a party can prove a substantial hardship rendering the support obligation to be unjust or inappropriate, the courts have consistently held that the support guidelines are presumptively fair (see Matter of Cassano v Cassano, 85 NY2d 649,...