Go online to the Cook County Clerk's office forms section and see if you qualify for a joint simplified divorce. If not, you can still handle the filing and disposition of your case by yourself, or with the assistance of a lawyer who helps you in the background without formally representing you. eep in mind that "cheap" now is not always "cheap" later if documents are not prepared peorply the first itme. http://www.cookcountyclerkofcourt.org/?section=FormsPage
The witness can testify that you bit him. That is the evidence. The witness' demeanor and credibility will strengthen or weaken the case, but that is the proof the prosecution needs. This might be a he said-he said case, but do not rely on the argument that there is no proof. You need a lawyer. You are fortunate you were only charged with misdemeanor battery if the allegation is that you but the security guard. It could have been worse. On the first court date, ask for a public defender.
This is a question for a Florida lawyer. Your brother can get a divorce. Whether there is anything available for alimony will be up to Florida law and the Florida courts. You have posted in an Illinois forum. Tell your brother to consult with a Florida attorney.
Yes, you do need help. Locate and hire an experienced DUI attorney. You are fortunate that there are many in your area. You can get referrals through your local bar association or by clicking on the Find a Lawyer link at the top of this page.
You probably cannot get your supervision reinstated but perhaps there are more details that you have not furnished. Speak with your attorney. If you did not have one, that is one reason you are in your present situation. Consult with a lawyer now to see if anything can be done.
There are facts missing here. However, if you received a ticket, you could be charged with BAIID violation. Please return to your former attorney or hire new counsel. Your driving abstract will reveal that you were driving improperly even if it was for an honorable reason.
Do not allow your husband to bully you. He cannot force you to leave your home. Please consult with one or more family lawyers and be ready to hire one. If you think you cannot afford a lawyer, we often know how to work around this problem. You could also consult with legal aid to see if they can help.