Im 20 years old and was walking home from wedding reception, I was stopped by police and arrested for MIP, I walked over 6 miles and was arrested 300 feet from my front door. I told the officer I had had a few beers and decided to walk instead o...
Hire a criminal defense attorney immediately and do not write about your case online--what you say or write can be used against you in court and can ruin your case!!See question
Small Business start-up, Brand Development for Fashion Designer and Clothing Manufacturer. In the process of finalizing Public Relations consulting services agreement. The Consultant has drafted a letter of Agreement which outlines the services ...
Hire a lawyer to review the contract. Unless is needs to be changed, I imagine you could likely find someone for $200ish.See question
arrested for OWI,3rd time, hitting 2 Park cars, i refused the breath test +they took blood,they held me for 24 hours then let me go, no bond, pending further investigation, that was 17 days ago, how long do they have to charge or arrest me?
Do not post anything online about your case or talk about it with anyone who is not your attorney--what you write or say can easily jeopardize your case.
Your situation is serious. Get a lawyer NOW. Many offer free consultations--call around and meet with a few to figure out who you like the best.
Repeat OWI offenders are often sent to jail for periods of time.See question
He won't stop makin them..can I press charges on him for like a form of identity theift? I got proof of him sayin he's made them.. n I feel he's ruined my reputation doin this..plz help..
What you are being subjected to is a variant of the phenomenon of "revenge pornography." (Google it.). You need an attorney to assist you immediately--otherwise, the situation can spiral out of control and your safety, career, and reputation can be ruined.
For example, if he creates a false and convincing profile of you, third-parties may begin to republish your alleged photos on other websites--along with your personal information such as name, phone number, address, and employer's name and phone number. You can expect that your prospective or actual employers will be forwarded the content.
You need to hire an attorney ASAP--once the situation develops past a certain point it is hard to undo the damage.See question
Now the pictures on the internet too!
You can sue for invasion of privacy, the landlord can likely be criminally prosecuted, and you can likely get a personal protection order to prevent future stalking. Call a lawyer immediately.See question
My BAC .06-.07.. maybe .09
You need to privately consult with a lawyer who practices in the area of criminal defense. Many offer free initial consultations. Do not post anything more online--what you say or write can be used against you in court.See question
I was involved in a non violent argument with my sisters naibor I had 2 drinks so I was buzzed but not stupid drunk in the heat of the argument another naibor called the cops when they arived I calmed diwn becouse I know better than to yell at the...
You need to immediately and privately consult with a criminal defense attorney.See question
I had prior psychological treatment for some mental health issues I had in the past. Im in a custody case and the other side wants my medical records and info. I know there are HIPAA Laws and the court can order a psych evaluation in these cases...
You need to immediately and privately consult with a family law lawyer who knows what they are talking about.
Mental health records are not only discoverable, but problems can arise if a party raises HIPAA.
My son will will be 18 years old in a couple of weeks. This is his first offense. Car was parked but police suspect he was driving he was in his girlfriend's car because she picked him up.
Your son needs a criminal defense attorney immediately. Many offer free initial consultations. Your son should not talk about his case with anyone who is not his attorney and he should not write anything online about it--what he says or posts can be used against him in court and this is the easiest way for him to ruin his case.
OWI is serious--conviction can result in jail, fines, probation, drivers license suspension, job loss, car insurance premiums skyrocketing, professional licensure problems, and difficulties with procuring health insurance.See question
the guilty party is 19 years old, while the victim is 14 years old, this occurred in Michigan while the victim was asleep. they wish to avoid making it known to the victim to allow them peace of mind, but wish to accept punishment for their crime.
Talk to a criminal defense attorney before you do anything. Do not write online or speak about this matter with anyone who is not your attorney.See question