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Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova

La Habra Family Law Attorney.

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  1. Can Prop 36 probation be revoked because of a first time violation?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Greg Thomas Hill
    2. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    3. Andrew Stephen Roberts
    4. Michael Stewart Phillips
    5. Jeremy C Wen
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    7 lawyer answers

    His Prop 36 probation can be revoked, but he should try very hard to get probation reinstated. In most courts, the defendant will be reinstated in his Prop 36 program after a first violation. There may be additional penalties imposed, such as community labor or some custodial time. Your friend should prepare to explain to the court what happened and why he was arrested with drugs on him. There is a possibility that he may not be reinstated in his Prop 36 program, depending on other case...

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  2. I tripped and fell over a hockey net blocking the sidewalk about 50%, I saw it but thought it was safer then

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Alan Ray Barnes
    2. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    3. Daniel Nelson Deasy
    4. Christian K. Lassen II
    5. William Peter Daley
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    I think the potential defendants would have a very legitimate assumption of risk defense, which would weaken your case significantly. Consult an attorney as there may be additional facts you have not disclosed or considered that might be a factor in the outcome of the case.

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  3. Building is owned by a trust, does a tenant sue trust and landlord as an individual, or just the trust?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael Raymond Daymude
    2. Frank Wei-Hong Chen
    3. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    4. Michael Charles Doland
    4 lawyer answers

    You would sue the Trustee and can sue the landlord if alter ego allegations are appropriate.

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  4. Do I need a tax evasion type lawyer?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    2. Bruce Givner
    3. Christopher Daniel Leroi
    3 lawyer answers

    You should hire either an attorney, a CPA, or a reputable enrolled agent and you should do that as soon as possible to give them at least some time to look over the audit paperwork and your tax records before the audit. It may be easiest to start by contacting your tax preparer for the year in questions and proceed depending on the feedback you get from them.

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  5. Deposition needed with TRO in place and I am the restrained party.

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    2. Edna Carroll Straus
    3. James D. Madden
    3 lawyer answers

    You should consult your attorney who will be representing you at the deposition to determine if your presence would be problematic. Most likely, you should stay away.

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  6. My divorce is going over 1 year - my lawyer often has junior lawyers in his firm work the case - is this standard practice?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Gregory Paul Benton
    2. Anne Marie Healy
    3. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    4. Gary Ralph Ilmanen
    5. Michael Raymond Daymude
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    It is not uncommon for senior lawyers to delegate research tasks to junior lawyers. This ends up actually saving the client money because junior lawyers are usually billed at a lower rate. Whether the billing in your case is necessary and reasonable would depend on many factors, including but not limited to the complexity of the issues involved in the case, the work required to diligently represent you, and many more. You should speak with your lawyer regarding your concerns and come up...

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  7. I was arrested and my violations are PC506 and PC484(a) work related at a medical office, total of about $300. What am I facing

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Greg Thomas Hill
    2. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    3. Stephen Troy Allen
    4. Christopher Daniel Leroi
    5. Andrew Stephen Roberts
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    If those offenses were charged as misdemeanors: PC 484(a) carries a jail sentence of 0 days to 180 days and PC 506 carries the possibility of incarceration from 0 days to one year in jail. If they were charged as a felony, you are facing state prison of up to either 1 year 4 months, 2 years, or 3 years for each of the offenses. In either of the above instances, you would have to pay fines and penalties and assessments to the court. If the above offenses are charged as misdemeanors, and...

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  8. If I am never attend court after only being charged with a dui, can they convict me in absentia, if not, whats the statute?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Matthew Murillo
    2. Joseph Briscoe Dane
    3. Michael Stewart Phillips
    4. Joshua Kaizuka
    5. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
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    You cannot be convicted, although a warrant can be issued for your arrest. Upon your arrest, you will be placed in custody, and depending your prior criminal history, no bail may be set. You will stand trial after that.

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  9. During divorce discovery, I found out spouse misrepresented income/family assets. When should I bring it up to the judge/court?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Marcus William Morales
    2. Gregory Paul Benton
    3. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    4. Cameron Todd Norris
    4 lawyer answers

    You should alert the court prior to or at your next hearing if pleadings have already been filed. The timeline depends on the type of hearing you have coming up. if you are about to file a request for a new hearing, you should present this information to the judge in your initial paperwork.

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  10. Family

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Slaveia Lazarova Iankoulova
    2. Richard Forrest Gould-Saltman
    3. Edna Carroll Straus
    3 lawyer answers

    Before you can receive a more thought-out answer, you need to provide additional information. What is the order you seek to change? How do you wish to change it? What facts support your request?

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