I have no prior charges of this sort and would like a recommendation for an attorney. The amount of the money order is 500 dollars and it wasn't signed when I found it and I also have a picture of the blank money order when I found it.
This is a potentially serious crime. You need to retain a criminal defense attorney to explore your defense options. If you cannot afford an attorney, you need to apply at the public defenders officer for assistance. Do not speak to law enforcement, not even to try to explain the fact that you found it, as your statements will most assuredly be used against you.See question
I've never been attacked or bit by the dog nor do i find the dog to be a threat even though its an American Bull Dog. Well trained and behind a fenced yard at all times.
If the dog belongs to your tenant (and not you) you would generally not be liable as a landlord unless there was a known hazard on your property and it was foreseeable that an injury could occur. The facts that the dog is not yours, and the property was fenced, and the victim provoked the dog all seem to be in your favor. That doesn’t mean that you won’t be sued by an injured party who either believes you own the dog or believes that you are liable under premises liability as the owner of the land. Notify your insurance carrier immediately as they will provide you with an attorney if you are sued. More problematic for you is the issue of whether you have a duty to insist that the dog now be removed from the premises; this could cause several problems under the lease agreement.See question
The letter was a 99% false, my grandson said under oath it was false as did I. The sentence was 5 months, no work release, then 5 months or purge. We do not have the purge. I can prove the ex lied and want to civilly sue her to force her to prove ...
I can understand your frustration. There are a number of issues that need to be explored including any post conviction appellate rights on the criminal penalty if the judge was compromised or if he relied upon hearsay. Start by first approaching your son’s criminal defense attorney or a local civil rights attorney. With respect to a civil suit against the accuser, you may only have one year from the date of the statements to bring a defamation claim. If successful, you will face the challenge of collecting on that judgment. Many attorneys would handle the defamation claim on a contingency fee basis. Keep in mind, any civil claim pending during a criminal phase could compromise the right to remain silent (i.e. to prevail n a civil matter your son wil likely need to testify). If he still has ongoing criminal law issues this might not be a good idea. Met with an attorney to explore all of these concerns.See question
I am inspired by a certain company that is not in the US, they do ship to the US and wholesale to stores in US. I took a stab at creating a design they have of a dress with my take on it. My customers love it, I emailed the company to make sure it...
There are several IP rights that you should be concerned with (patent, copyright, trademark), changing the color of the materials does not typically relieve you of infringement liability. If you are truly committed to this design, speak with an intellectual property attorney for guidance. Otherwise, be prepared to be sued.See question
When my daughter was born my partner at the time signed her birth certificate. He was not her biological father. How can I get him removed from the birth certificate so that my husband can legally adopt her?
It is likely that you would need to imitate a lawsuit to terminate his parental rights. Your husband must be willing to legally adopt your child. By signing the birth certificate, your former partner has essentially acknowledged paternity and has certain rights and responsibilities under the law that cannot be easily bartered away. I would definitely retain an attorney to help guide you through the processSee question
They caused me Pain and suffering, mental torture, physical pain, and on going daily abuse. They also violated my hippo law, and violated my civil rights. I have numerous witnesses and now am unemployed. I won my unemployment, with them telling t...
You must preserve any discrimination claims by filing first with the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHC) and or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). You must do so within 180 days of any adverse employment act to maintain a right to sue. Immediately consult with an employment discrimination attorney.See question