I assume and hope these posts are completely anonymous as anything you say or post can be used against you.
If you gave consent to have your car searched then you waived your rts against search and seizure. And the search was lawful.
There are other limited circumstances under which the search could be good as well.
I would make sure to let your defense atty know about the depression youve been suffering from. Many times courts have rehab programs and sometimes treatment in lieu of...
It sounds like he was lucky. I'd buy a lottery ticket! In my neck of the woods, I have never seen a DWI escape ICE's eye. Was he given any paperwork? Assigned an A #?
I would suggest to you that you contact an immigration attorney to see about filing an I-130 on behalf of your husband. There is something called a provisional waiver that is supposed to come into existence soon, that may benefit you and your husband. You can check out details on my website or check uscis.gov Make sure...
Did your insurance settle the claim two years ago on your behalf? If the insurance settled it, they should take care of this for you. I'm not sure how they are still pursuing you if the case was actually ssettled previously...unless the laws in CA are significantly different than they are here in OH. Good luck
Well, you have committed insurance fraud by lying to your insurance co. About who was driving and how the accident ocurred, (Which is a criminal offense.) If i were you i would not want your actions to come out in open court.
Contact a lawyer asap! Both the owner of property and the dog owner can be sued. I'm sorry to hear you have gone through so much pain. You deserve compensation! I and I presume most lawyers give free consultations in cases like this.
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You have a constitutional right to have an attorney if you are facing a criminal charge for which there is possible jail time. Depending on your jurisdiction there may be some sort of an application fee to see if you qualify for a public defender. Also depending on your jurisdiction you may be able to go and apply at the public defenders office prior to your court date or you may have to wait till you appear at your first hearing to be assigned a public defender. If it is the latter case make...