Most attorneys would suggest you not smoke until you are completely off of probation including juvenile probation, and only if you are legally permitted to do so at that time. You do not want to risk your probation being revoked/violated and facing the consequences of such a probation violation. You are close to being out of probation, so play it safe and wait until after your March 25th hearing and any other juvenile probation is finished as well, it is definitely not worth the risk of...
Based on the details of what the worker said to you after the accident and the circumstances, you probably do have a claim. It is hard to get an attorneys assistance when you have such a small claim with no medical bills, but you can pursue the claim yourself. The fact that 'he hit you' is usually a general basis for fault, particularly if you didn't speed or stop suddenly. You should talk to your own insurance company and ask for their help.
First it is important to realize that the legal systems of our country often take a good amount of time to reach a resolution, and your judgement will likely be delivered to you, just possibly not in the time frame you expect. Considering the judgment was entered one month ago, you should likely give the court system another month or two to process your case considering the transfer.
Nevertheless, due to the nature of the issue, you might try finding a local attorney who will take up the...
Particularly in a criminal matter, such as the parole issue you mentioned it is important to find an attorney who is experience in criminal procedure and criminal defense. Nevertheless, any attorney may represent you on this issue so long as they are a bar member in the jurisdiction the case arises in.
Unfortunately there are not enough details in the explanation to make a meaningful suggestion on your predicament. This is a fact specific detail based issue. One which you should contact an attorney about. Once you discuss the entire incident with a local criminal defense attorney they may be able to help you better than this forum. Good Luck.
This is a very complicated and difficult question that this forum will only provide limited help for. I suggest you recommend your friend contact a local personal injury attorney asap. It is important to preserve evidence, eye witness accounts, injury information, etc. Use the avvo.com site features to find a California Personal Injury attorney, and set your friend up with some well respected attorneys for a free consultation. Good Luck.
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You most likely have not exhausted your legal remedies due to the fact you have ongoing issues that may not have been foreseeable at the time of the initial legal matter and settlement. One main issue you may face is the question of whether you have sustained other injuries since the auto accident which may be the cause of your ongoing issues. You should contact a local Alabama personal injury attorney to discuss your case in detail.
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