This is a very fact specific question, that would require a detailed study of the facts surrounding the situation. What kind of treatment were you receiving and how far along are you? The basis of any claim that you may have will have to be rooted in details that demonstrate that the Doctors decision was based on non-medical reasons, and have negatively impacted you in that the decision prevented you from completing the treatment you needed. Remember, doctors are given lots of leeway in who...
The most basic answer is you can sue for: Injuries, Property Damages, and Losses. Injuries are the actual injury you may have suffered. Property Damages are your car and possession destroyed in the accident. Losses may include things like lost wages, suffering, etc. Definitely consult an attorney regarding your accident. Good Luck.
They can most likely have your automobile tags revoked, in the sense of revoking your license plates and registration. Your drivers license on the other hand probably cannot be suspended by the finance company alone however they may seek the help of a court to get your license suspended. In short you need to do your best to correct the problems with the company as not doing so will only compound the existing problems. Good Luck.
This will usually depend on the circumstances by which you bought, borrowed, or received the pattern. Websites with free patterns will usually have a disclaimer with how they may and may not be used. Additionally, patterns for purchase will likely come with similar permitted usage language. So the answer is it depends.
Check back with where you got the patterns from, and you should be able to find out some of the answers to your question.
You should contact an attorney regarding this matter. It is a complicated issue regarding medical practices and hippa law, and too sensitive and complicated to be effectively resolved on a forum such as this. Feel free to contact my firm's offices to receive a qualified attorneys opinion on the matter. Good Luck.
If she is a co-signer of the original financing or the refinancing then she may be required to attend. The most informed answer will come from the closing attorney and or the mortgage broker who has set you up with the refinancing. Good Luck.
Your question is of course speculative toward law that may be passed sometime in the future, and therefore attorneys have little to offer you in the form of an answer.
Mandatory sentencing is for the most part heavily debated around the country, yet even if there is a change in the law, it will take time to take effect, and any change would likely only give judges more discretion in setting sentences not adjust existing sentence requirements.
According the the facts of your circumstance, you may likely fight your ticket and win, or in the alternative negotiate a reasonable outcome such as pre trial intervention as described in other answers. You can also read over my legal guide, how to challenge a traffic ticket, which you may find helpful.
If I understand you correctly, the judge may have given him only time served from May 1, 2013 forward, in which case he may have to serve the majority of his sentence. On the other hand, if your court day was May 1 or thereabouts, and the judge grated time served before that date, then you would subtract the time served before may 1 from the 2 year sentence total to find out when he may get out. Also a judge or parole board may consider an earlier release under some circumstances and...