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Kyle J Bristow

Clarkston Litigation Lawyer.

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  1. Should I get a lawyer

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. Mohammed Ammar Alo
    3. Christian K. Lassen II
    4. Jim Mitchell Medley
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    You should contact a criminal defense lawyer; most offer free consultations. Good for you for paying his deductable, for paying the insurance company, and for going to AA. Definitely document everything--get receipts for your payments and get a piece of paper stamped at AA meetings. If criminal charges are filed, immediately contact a criminal defense lawyer. You should also refrain from posting anything online or talking about it; what you say can and will be used against you in court....

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  2. If you have a drunk girl at your house and she consents to sex is it still rape?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Christopher Irvin Simser
    2. John Douglas Lloyd
    3. Natalie Lynn Durflinger
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    You would be playing with fire and would likely get burned if you engage in such conduct with a drunk girl. Unless prison time, the sex offender registry, fines, and lost employment opportunities sounds good to you, I suggest you stay away from the drunk girls. Even if you aren't convicted, a rape accusation will cost you thousands of dollars in attorney's fees and will still horribly tarnish your reputation. If you had a relationship with a drunk girl, do not post anything about it...

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  3. Are there any caveats that I should know about before signing a release for appearing on a TV program? I am an adult.

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Diane Marie Kay
    2. Kyle J Bristow
    3. Robert Allen Mitchell Jr.
    4. Pamela Koslyn
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    You should have an attorney review the release prior to you signing it. A release is a contract, and you will be bound by its terms. www.kylebristow.com

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  4. If I get pulled over. And I don't have a lisences. How do I explain to the officer that I don't need a license because...

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Christopher Lee Beck
    2. Kyle J Bristow
    3. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    4. Joshua Sachs
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    This is a sovereign citizen-style argument. Cops and judges don't buy it. You will be ticketed, and in Ohio, if you drive without a license, you face up to six months in jail and/or up to a $1,000 fine.

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  5. I have a possession charge in need of major advice!

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. James Donald Garrett
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    You should immediately let your attorney know that you need an extension of time to complete the program. He should file a motion with the court to ask for the extension of time. It is better to do this before the deadline lapses. Good luck!

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  6. My boyfriend, is looking at a 2nd dv, 1st child endang., I do not wish to persue charges, state is,am being subpoen, ....

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. John Maurice Holcomb
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    Your boyfriend needs to immediately and privately consult with a criminal defense attorney. What he says to people and/or writes online can be used against him in court. He should not talk to you about the case, because you can be forced to testify against him in court. Unfortunately for your situation, you don't really have a say as to whether or not your boyfriend is prosecuted. The government prosecutor gets to decide whether or not the case goes forward. You should speak with the...

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  7. Can i sue or imprison my ex-wife for intentional emotional-financial-bodily stress? she tries continously to have me arrested.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. David J. McCormick
    3. Michael Ryan Juarez
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    You should contact an attorney in your area who practices in the area of family law. He or she could be able to get a civil protection order against her. Also, said attorney could also try sending your ex-wife a cease-and-desist letter to let her know that if she doesn't knock her harassment off, that you may be able to sue her for slander. Your situation is not rare; I've dealt with a number of clients who have vindictive former girlfriends and wives. Also, you should document...

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  8. HOW MICROSOFT WAS ABLE TO.....

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    3. Michael Leo Potter
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    The facts of the case determine whether the "corporate veil" can be "pierced": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piercing_the_corporate_veil

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  9. What would be a plea option?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. Andrew M. Leone
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    You should consult with a criminal defense lawyer. They have the knowledge and training to see if your rights were violated and whether you would be able to get evidence excluded. A prosecutor is much more likely to give a lawyer a better plea offer than they would to a pro se litigant. Good luck!

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  10. Three years after I sent nude pictures of myself, can I still get in trouble for those pictures?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. Andrew Mark Jaffe
    3. Mark Raafat Malek
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    You can get into HUGE trouble for taking and sending such images (even if they were of yourself). Ohio prosecutors have been cracking down lately on teenage sexting. If you created photographs of yourself when you were 15 years old and sent them to someone, you can be prosecuted for manufacturing, possessing, and distributing child pornography. This is a felony of the second degree in Ohio and carries sex offender registry listing if convicted. http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2907.321 If this...

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