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Cesar Garcia

Cesar Garcia’s Answers

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  • What actions can I take to file law suit for defamation, slander and filing a false police report.

    the parties involved have done this before and need to be held accountable for their actions.

    Cesar’s Answer

    You should contact your local Bar Association for a list of attorneys in your area who practice in those areas of law.

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  • What can I expect if I go to court 8 years after I committed petty theft?

    Hi, I committed petty theft 8 years ago (I was 12 years old), however, I didn't show up to court because I didn't have the money to pay for the fine and because the only person that could take me was always at work, my mom. I am now 20 years old...

    Cesar’s Answer

    I agree with the above statements. You should consult with a Criminal Defense Attorney in your area as soon as possible. Contact your local Bar Association for a list of attorneys who specialize in this area of the law.

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  • What do i do if i cant provide a juvenile probation department with information they ask for when they want me to go to court?

    my son has to go to court and they asked for medicaid or medical insurance information but we don't have any since we live in a house, what will happen if we don't provide them with a medical insurance will i get fined? the reason he has to go to ...

    Cesar’s Answer

    Be as honest as possible when answering the Probation officer's questions. Honesty is the best policy.

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  • My juvenile record has been sealed in ohio. I now live in texas, can I get my concealed carry permit.

    I am now 21 years old I recently had a hearing and successfully got my juvenile record sealed. I have bought 3 firearms legally in texas, and I am now going to attempt to get my concealed carry permit. Will my sealed record come back on the FBI ba...

    Cesar’s Answer

    Sealing your records seals them from the public, but government agencies can still see them. As to whether or not you will be able to get a CHL, it depends on how DPS evaluates your CHL application. Be honest and forthcoming on your CHL application.

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  • What is the difference between "destroying my juvenile record" versus "sealing/expunging my record"?

    My lawyer just told me that I am eligible to "destroy" my juvenile "charge/referral" because there was "no probable cause" stated by the prosecutor. *Would I be able to omit it on my police applications?* Since police apps only ask to put do...

    Cesar’s Answer

    I'm not sure what your attorney meant by saying you could "destroy" your juvenile record. There is a sealing and expungement process you could be eligible for since there was "no probable cause" stated by the prosecutor. I would have a discussion with your attorney about what your options are when it comes to either sealing your juvenile record or expunging it.

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  • My M.I.P of tobacco.

    On the 17th me and a friend went on a walk to go and talk about things that were going on at home. We went in to the woods and talked,walked around,splashed in the lake,ect. So then our school officer came up to us before school hours and started ...

    Cesar’s Answer

    I advise that you obtain a qualified Juvenile Criminal Defense attorney before you make any more public statements about the case. Contact your local Bar Association Referral Service for a list of attorneys who practice in that area of the law.

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  • I was charged with corruption of a minor/furnishing alcohol. This girl was a runaway actually 15 years old even though her and m

    no physical evidence.. no police investigation i was never even questioned by police there was nothing but the girls word.

    Cesar’s Answer

    You should consult with a local criminal defense attorney before making any more public statements about your case.

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  • I have mediation coming up and need help. I live in Texas. I do no have an attorney. What should I expect?

    After requesting a mod. on child support my ex tried to sue for custody. We have since done 2 social studies and the rec is for him to have extended. We have mediation next month and I am trying to write up my position. I don't know what to put in...

    Cesar’s Answer

    The role of the mediator in a mediation is to try to get the two opposing sides to come a some sort of mutual agreement. The mediator does not take sides and cannot give legal advice. Mediation works as a 'timeout' from litigation so the parties can try to settle the issues before going to court.

    You should speak the advice and representation of a qualified family law attorney in your area for assistance with your case.

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  • Chances of finding a new personal injury lawyer?

    Continuation from my question earlier today. http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/personal-injury-lawyer-quit-after-3-months--now-wh-1080916.html 1. My mother and I lawyer quit after 3 months of misleading us. 2. My mother received messages on ...

    Cesar’s Answer

    You can always ask your previous attorney for a Letter of Release that states he/she will not be holding a lien on the case. This usually will get other attorneys to take a second look at your case. If you are able to contact an attorney for a consultation, be sure to speak realistically about your expectations of both representation and settlement. Your local Bar Association might have a referral service that could give you the contact information for some more attorneys to speak with.

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  • Im charged with Corruption of Minor and Furnishing Alcohol

    I was charged with corruption of a minor/furnishing alcohol. This girl was a runaway actually 15 years old even though her and my ex girlfriend told me she was about to be 18 and her mom beats her so as a favor to my ex girl i let her friend stay ...

    Cesar’s Answer

    You need to hire a criminal defense attorney before making any more public statements about the case.

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