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Kevin Joseph Pratt

Suwanee Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. What type of criminal defense attorney do I need that specializes in defending TPO?

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Kevin Gerard Linder
    2. Noah Howard Pines
    3. Musa Munir Ghanayem
    4. Carlos Javier Rodriguez
    5. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    6. ···
    7 lawyer answers

    A local criminal defense attorney is best. If the TPO is between spouses, you might want a divorce attorney.

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  2. Not sure what kind of lawyer I need.my brother recently passed executor over mother stole her money basically.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    2. Erik John Broel
    3. Celia R Reed
    4. Carl Gordon Schluter
    4 lawyer answers

    From your question it appears your mother has a claim against your brother and his wife for breach of fiduciary duty. Since it seems the fiduciary duty comes out of an executor position, there must have been a probate case established. Therefore, you need a probate attorney or an attorney familure with the probate process to evaluate the situation. The question for you, is whether someone has been appointed gaurdian over your mothers finances? If that is you brother, you have to challenge...

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  3. Can I receive a speeding ticket from a city police officer when the speeding occurred outside his jurisdiction?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. David Michael Lawler
    2. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    3. James Lawrence Yeargan Jr.
    4. Michael R Crosner
    4 lawyer answers

    Yes he of she can give you a ticket. The admissablity of the results from the radar or laser can be challenged on jurisdictional grounds. If you slowed down prior to entering into his jurisdiction challenging the admissability of the redar or laser results might help. However, in Georgia the courts have held that the officers estimation of speed is admissable as evidence in a speeding ticket case. Crazy, I know. But it is allowed. The officer will likely say you were speeding as you...

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  4. Should I start my name change process now or wait 'til my shoplifting case is dimissed

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    2. Mark J. Issa
    3. David Edward Boyle
    3 lawyer answers

    The other answers are correct. You should wait. Not because of the diversion, but because of the expungment. The documents for expungement will have to be signed and it will complicate things to have to use a different name. Good Luck

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  5. During motion 2 suppress witness & officer account differs will a attorney win if 7 cop cars say they don't have dash cam video?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Ian Zimmerman
    2. Noah Howard Pines
    3. Kirby Clements Jr.
    4. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    5. John Arnold Steakley
    5 lawyer answers

    The question is whether they had probable cause to search the vehicle. If the dogs alerted to drugs, that is probable cause. The next question was there a reasonable delay in getting the dogs to the scene. The fact that there are no cameras when there should have been will only go the credibility.

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  6. Can a HOA put a lien on our house.

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    2. Randall M. Lipshutz
    3. Glen Edward Ashman
    4. Golnar Sargeant
    4 lawyer answers

    The statute of limitations for an HOA violation is 4 years. Although, I have Defended HOA cases in which the covenants and restrictions were found invalid, it is rare. You should ask for a copy of the covenants and restrictions and verify that your property is included. Yes, you may need an attorney for this. Otherwise, you can simply correct the claimed violation and avoid the possibility of being fined by the HOA. The Georgia Supreme Court has already held that a fine of $25.00 per day...

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  7. If I take a post dated check for 4 years and he does not honor it, how hard would it be to collect?

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. Glen Edward Ashman
    2. Kris K. Skaar
    3. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    4. J. Jeffrey Williams
    5. John Arnold Steakley
    5 lawyer answers

    Collecting in the checks could be difficult. However, they are evidence of debt, and extend the statute of limitaions. A promissory note may accomplish the same result. A promissory note also eliminates the issue associated with you accepting a check you know is not good. A suit on a promissory note also has fewer defenses.

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  8. I was arrested but no charges were filed, will it show up on a background check?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Mark J. Issa
    2. Benjamin David Goldberg
    3. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    4. John Arnold Steakley
    4 lawyer answers

    The tickets are the charging documents. You were charged with the offenses on the tickets. Yes the arrest will likely show up on a background check unless it was a very small police department that arrested you.

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  9. Can claim my community ?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    2. Susan Schmeidler Blum
    3. Michael J Corbin
    3 lawyer answers

    Your question leaves room for a lot of questions. It seems you may be getting billed by the community association of a multifamily building for your electricity bill. They should not be able to do that unless they provide a separate meter for electricity use. You need to put your complaint in a certified letter to put them on notice that there is a problem with the electricity bill. Also, talk to your neighbors and ask them if they have noticed any difference. If there are any vacant units...

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  10. How do I compute Post Judgment Interest when the contract shows an APR, but operationally it is Simple Interest?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kevin Joseph Pratt
    2. Ainsworth G. Dudley Jr.
    2 lawyer answers

    Interest on a judgment is determined by statute to be 3% over the prime rate on the day of the judgment, UNLESS, there was a contractual interest rate and it is made a part of the judgment. Post Judgment interest is computed only on the principal amount of the judgment and prejudgment interest, but not including costs or attorneys fees. Again, unless the Judgment from the Court groups the entire judgment amount (principal, interest and attorneys fees) into a single number and the Defendant...

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