It could have everything to do with it. It is information the defense will use and info that is discoverable by them. If you did not tell your attorney about the prior wreck and treatment I understand why they might want to end their representation. Talk to them and have them explain the significance of the prior wreck and treatment.
Depends, they can generally only go back a year. A lot will depend on if you are receiving, or have received, any state assistance. Is he just signing an acknowledgement through the court or just to have his name on the birth certificate? I would recommend you do it through the court and have an order declaring him the father. Birth certificate means nothing unless yall were married at the time of the child's birth.
Go see a lawyer, immediately! If your mother left a life estate to him then the moment had passed the property went back to your mother or her estate. You must see a lawyer to learn if there was a valid life estate and if so, have the others removed from the home.
If you were divorced in Mississippi, the Court still hs jurisdiction over these issues. You do not say how long it has been since the move but look at your divorce judgment and there should be a provision in it that requires each party to report any change of address to you and the Court, see if she has filed her new addres with the Court. There may be issues with the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction And Enforcement Act ("UCCJEA"). You can read about it at a variety of places online but you...
Sit down with lawyer and find out why it has taken so long. It is possible for a case to take that long and more depending, usually, on the amount of assets their are etc as there are usually appraisals, experts, lots of documents etc., But this is long for a divorce but her lawyer should be able to explain it to her. Can he make a will? yes, Can he leave her out? yes Will she be shut out of getting assets because of it? No, What if he dies during the divorce? She is still his wife and she...
In theory, You have a Constitutional Right to a speedy trial within 8 months of your arrest. In Mississippi, you also, theoretically, have a statutory right to a speedy trial within 270 days of your arraignment. In MISSISSIPI you must affirmatively assert your right to a speedy trial by requesting a speedy trial and it is best to do it in writing.
However, in practice, there is no right to a speedy trial in Mississippi. Almost any excuse for delay will be found to not count against the state....
There are too many variables that, or may not allow you to take 1/2. The domestic violence conviction may, or may not, help you prove grounds for divorce but alone it will have very little to do with property division. It will only be one factor to be considered. Talk with a lawyer as much more info will be needed to answer your questions.
Probably not, you can always ask your PO but I doubt if they will petition the court. They may let you off probation early but I would think you would have to do 2.5-3 years on paper as a minimum. Talk to the lawyer who represented you.
When you say "not convicted" do you mean you were not prosecuted? were found not guilty? had a hung jury? or just never prosecuted even though you were arrested and charged? Too many questions for a good answer here, but you shoudl know that, depending on the circumstances, it could come back to haunt you. You really should seek counsel to sort all of this out with you. House arrest is one of the quickest routes to prison there is, be open honest and behave!