A friend of mine made a music video in effort expose the name of another friend who testified in court. Is there a law that prohibits this or is it a matter of public privilege?
The friend of yours COULD be held liable for the foreseeable consequences of such a post--depending on circumstances.See question
At school, another girl and I got into a verbal fight in the locker room after Gym. While this was happening, a friend of the other girl's took a video without my consent and then sent the video to multiple other people without my knowledge. I hea...
You cannot prosecute anyone--that is something left to the district attorney.
If you suffered cognizable damages that a court could remedy, you MIGHT be able to sustain a suit.
As a general rule, consent is not required to take a video of some one in a place where there is no expectation of privacy. I would think certain parts of a girls school lockerroom there would exist an expectation of privacy and such a film might be of interest to the authorities. Doubt you have a basis for a civil suit: general rule of thumb: no damages = no suit. Best thing to do: speak to a NC attorney BEFORE you do anything that might end up blasting back on you: for example if the recording shows you doing something that violates NC law (threats of violence for example) you could be bringing evidence of your own criminal act straight to police--that would be "ungood". Best to lawyer up first.See question
I paid a attorney 20 grand to represent me he withdrew and did not tell me but kept collecting my money after he withdrew. How do I get some of my money back. It was my life savings he ran off with. How do I get most of my money back.
Contact a MO legal malpractice attorney to discuss the details and determine what options you may or may not have with regard to suing the attorney to recover your lost funds. Much will turn on the facts and details you did not post. Good luck to you.See question
my name is Michelle Johnson
No need to post your name here this is an anonymous website and no one is going to contact you because it's not allowed so you might want to contact info and asked them to remove your personally identifiable information before marketing companies and scam artist begin to contact you. That said, it would be unprofessional for any lawyer to advise you to do anything except to see a lawyer, bankruptcy is extremely complicated and you have already made it clear that you're not going to be able to handle your own bankruptcy case. I absolutely know that is not what you want to hear but it would be wrong to let you think otherwise.See question
In the case of abondoned property, where all the criteria is met as far as the possession being adverse, the length of time being continual, as well as maintaining the condition of the property. Utility accounts all in the possesser's name and re...
Hard for a pro se to handle any kind of court case. as to the specifics in your situation, none on the line could possibly know. Smartest thing you could do is to sit down to consult with a local attorney about the specifics of your case. You can probably find an attorney willing to do that for you and it would be well worth whatever investment would be required. Best of luck to you.See question
When the insurance company checks to see if I owe child support; I do not, will DCSE be notified of my settlement and if so will they notify my ex.
No, your ex will not be notified of your settlement through some artifice. You can rest assured if your settlement is huge, it's not a secret you will be able to keep and your ex may eventually take steps to change your existing agreement, and a court with the "best interest of the child" in mind may be disposed to disturbing the previous agreement.See question
I've begun a divorce from my wife who lives in NC and I live in VA. I made some errors on the paperwork and would just like to cancel the proceedings. My wife has access to a family attorney who will prepare and file all the documents for us in NC...
Allow me to suggest that perhaps you are not best suited to play at being a lawyer any more and should not take any more steps with regard to your divorce without at least first consulting with a Virginia family law attorney. It may not be in your best interest to have the divorce filed and adjudicated out of North Carolina, especially if you still live in Virginia. You may want to continue with your divorce here in Virginia, but where past is prologue, you won't be able to do that on your own.See question
I owned both property and my rv with good tabs and fully insured and police impounded my rv from said property and judge simply replied he didn't believe I owned the in and out Property simply because I paid $142 for it and I furnished all paperwo...
Could be. Tough to know on the facts here. A few facts missing, and a couple odd terms.
Check with a local attorney about the details.See question
Accused of raping my 13 yr old daughter over a 4 year period. My wife and I are going through an acrimonious divorce and she has been working on her for a year. She has finally gotten her give false testimony. what do I do?
Stay off the Internet and the Web with any more descriptions of events, and you hire a criminal defense attorney… The alternative will likely be prison if you are charged.See question
The fine was about $250 and it was in the State of Virginia.
If you did not fight the charge and to simply paid the fine, you now have a permanent criminal record which will likely show up on background checks, and for which you must answer truthfully when you are applying for jobs.See question