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Randy William Ferguson

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  • If I don't open a USPS package not addressed to me, am I criminally liable for it's contents

    Pot was mailed to my address in someone else's name, am I criminally liable though I didn't open the package? I didn't look at the name when I received it, just put it by the door.

    Randy’s Answer

    You can be charged and convicted depending on the facts. Drug traffickers normally do not put their name on the package. I have had numerous clients do just what you apparently did. I would hire an attorney now. Drug trafficking carries major prison time.

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  • I have afelony charge for theft of property one this is my first time getting trouble what is going to happened to me

    What is my options for first time getting in trouble

    Randy’s Answer

    Depends on your age, your attorney and the district attorney. Was it money, car or property. Possible theft diversion class. Talk to an attorney.

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  • My Father passed away in April and I need a probate lawyer but can't pay them until after I collect on the life insurance poloci

    Any advice or suggestions for lawyers in Alabama?”

    Randy’s Answer

    You should be able to get an attorney to handle and get paid after insurance comes in. Most attorneys that do probate will work with you.

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  • Hit by 18 Wheeler, I have No car Insurance. Can I still fill a claim since not in fault.

    I was in the turning lane about to turn onto a road off of a highway when an 18 wheeler coming off that same road turned into the wrong lane. They were about to hit my car on the drivers door so I drove up so it can go behind me but the trailer st...

    Randy’s Answer

    Yes you can pursue the case even if you don't have car insurance. Talk to an attorney.

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  • My father is deceased and left a will. Can my stepmother change my fathers will?

    My stepmother is dying now and states she now has left everything to her two sons. The original will states that all class 1 property shall be divided amongst all six children. She has her own will and says that my dads will is no longer valid.

    Randy’s Answer

    If it was left to the six children, she can't get rid of it. Do you have the will?

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  • How can i resolve a warrant for a public intoxication charge without being arrested?

    I have no lawyer

    Randy’s Answer

    You need an attorney. They can get case set or get you a bond.

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  • I have my first court date for pos of marijuana, after bonding out, on Monday. Do I need a lawyer??? I don't want probation!

    It's my first offense I have a clean record and haven't been in trouble besides speeding tickets before....

    Randy’s Answer

    You should hire an attorney. Might be able to do diversion class and avoid conviction if they have a strong case. How old are you?

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  • Scam or something to be concern with?

    My sister gets a call, for me. Gives me number I call, Lady says dispatch. Give her name She transfers me to warrant division. Guy is rude, says I phone call is being traced, will have me picked up today for a warrant. For a check wrote to Check N...

    Randy’s Answer

    Those type calls are almost always a scam. My clients get them all the time. If not an Alabama number, it is a scam. Sometimes they are in Alabama calling.

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  • Rear ended by others (my wife is pregnant)

    Few days ago, while me and my wife(20 weeks pregnant) were completely stopped at redlight, car behind us hit our car at 40~45mph. I saw that car was approaching at high speed, unable to move because of traffic. police officer offered us an am...

    Randy’s Answer

    Yes. It is always better to use an attorney when you have been injured. Talk to a car accident attorney in Huntsville before you do anything.

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  • Do the police have the right to enter my house without my permission?

    There is a national warrant for my arrest pending. My probation officer has said he would permit my family to transport me to the state where the warrant was issued. I have been told that the local police are allowed to enter my house without m...

    Randy’s Answer

    Yes they can enter to arrest you as long as they have a valid warrant.

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