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Patrick Lee Rice Sr.

Patrick Rice’s Answers

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  • I got a subpoenia from a husband of a friend of mine who is a cop by the way/ they are going through a custody case. he

    he claims i sold her illegal drugs. i didnt. but can i plead the 5th/ i am afraid him being a cop he who make crimanal charges against me

    Patrick’s Answer

    Generally speaking, you can invoke the 5th protection in situations where there is the potential for self incrimination. There are many necessary facts missing here to speak affirmatively. I would make an appointment with a Criminal Defense attorney to better assess your situation.

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  • I have several questions. On 12/23/12, I was told by my wife that she wanted a divorce, the kids & the house.

    She has started drinking alot. My oldest daughter has heard her (in her words) making sex sounds. Once at a couples house from their bedroom, and once at our house in the bedroom where I had been sleeping. She drinks and drives often, and several ...

    Patrick’s Answer

    I would most certainly and immediately take actions to protect your children from exposure to the alleged behavior. The allegations are very serious ones decisions should be made while taking in consideration what is in the best interest of the children. I would definitely speak to a family law practitioner given that some of the allegations easily justify a dependent/neglect petition which could result in termination of parental rights. Good luck.

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  • Workers comp primary physicians release notes and impairment rating question.

    I recently reached MMI for a torn shoulder labram which resulted in surgery. In the treating physicians notes he stated, "Looking at the reprinted Sixth Edition AMA guides, I do not think he fits into one of the diagnosed related groups on someone...

    Patrick’s Answer

    The question you pose would be best reserved for a physician. If you disagree with his assessment I would definitely consider requesting an IME and speak to a local work comp attorney to assist you through the process.

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