First think you have to do I stop talking on this medium or any other about possible criminal culpability. Second thing, is hire a lawyer versed in criminal law and thirdly hire a civil lawyer down the road for the civil lawsuit that may occur.
If you were injured by an un-insured motorist, then you should hire an experienced personal injury lawyer. He can then file a claim on your behalf against your uninsured motorist policy. That's assuming you have that type of coverage.
if you have uninsured coverage and additionally underinsured coverage you can make a claim against your own insurance and they step into the shoes of the (un-cooperative ) driver that struck you. The other driver becomes uninsured as his policy requires him to cooperate with his own insurance. Once he fails to cooperate that he becomes an uninsured driver. Give that headache to your insurance carrier that what you pay insurance for. Once they pay you, they now own your right to sue on your...
The prudent thing to do is hire a Lawyer to file a Petition for expungement. The petition is a document under oath identifying yourself and the alleged crime and dismissal that occurred. There will be a filing fee and various police agencies will have top be notified such as HPD, DPS, HCSO, the District Clerk etc. It is best to hire an attorney that is familiar with the process so that the process can occur smoothly.
You should immediately hire a lawyer. Dealing with this particular carrier is typical. All people are different and thus because u failed to seek medical treatment immediately does not necessarily mean that you're not injured. Stay focused and file a lawsuit if necessary to receive fair compensation.
You have the right to file for a motion for new trial but time is of the essence. Immediately consult with an attorney in you area. Assault on family member is not something one wants to have on their record. The reason for the new trial request could easily be that you did not have proper counsel. Good Luck
Simply because they did not do a breathalyzer test or a blood test in Harris county does not mean that they will not try your husbands case . Two hundred and Fifty days in jail being offered is a fairly steep offer in my opinion for a second DWI. The state can still make the case on the officer's testimony that i.e. your husband was weaving, that his breath smelled of an alcoholic drink, that he had trouble with is field sobriety tests, that he had blood shot eyes etc. You should wait to make...
Premises liability cases are difficult to prosecute but there could be a potential case for liability on the Store's part if they knew that said floor was unreasonably slippery for their invitees(customers). The store's responsibility will be based on foreseeability and knowledge of the floors slippery surface. It is important that you see a lawyer in your area immediately to evaluate your case.
I have found it very difficult for a Jury to overlook the fact that you were "shoplifting" at the time. If in fact a incidental "touching" occurred of a private area, a jury in Harris county is not likely to award you any compensation.