Driving is a privilege yes im aware but traveling is a right and i know my rights just need some clarification. Also if i had past tickets that i pled guilty for and they were traffic tickets will i be able to hire an attorney to re open the case ...
Looks like the Attorneys have this one! I agree with all of them.
Doesn't mean we cannot reopen some of the old cases, but it depends on a lot of factors.
Remember, just because you have the physical license in your hand does not mean it is not suspended!
You should consider hiring a lawyer to provide a defense.
The judge ordered my records to be sealed and destroyed. Does this include my arrest records? If my records are sealed and destroyed is there any need for expungement? I am a teacher so my fingerprints get ran through DOJ so do I need to state ...
You should verify your live scan and see. Sealed and destroyed does not mean expungement.
Good luck to you.
This was in 2012. I failed to appear in court. I live in Michigan now. How do I go about taking care of this?
Contact Competent Traffic Ticket Attorney who handles traffic matters in Southern California. We are out here, waiting to help you.See question
I recently realized I have two tickets still sitting on my driving record from 2010. I was given these tickets in Northern CA but I live in Southern CA. For the fix-it ticket, I didn't have my insurance and registration on me. I sent a copy of bot...
Well it depends, more information is needed and clarification as to what you mean by still on your record. If you were convicted, they would be off your record after three years as a general rule. If the Court failed to appear you for some reason, then you should consult with a traffic ticket attorney in your area who is competent to handle the matter. We are out here and we can help, but case specific information is required to properly answer your questions.See question
i want start a coffee shop where people can come and buy marijauna and smoke legal limit marijauna. which state allows consumption of marijauna in a bar and such?
You need to consult with competent legal counsel in the states you are interested in. The Other attorneys are correct.See question
I put down a deposit to buy a small business in escrow. The exclusivity agreement stated the deposit was non-refundable, but the escrow agreement does not say it isn't refundable. I have found the revenues were substantially overstated and there a...
You definitely want to consult with competent legal counsel. The terms of the contracts are going to prevail and you need specific advice for your specific situation.
Good Luck to you.
I bought a used car from a dealer. They went out of business I had to pay all the fees to the dmv and do a title reconstruction. How do I sue them
I agree with the other lawyers. You should consult competent legal counsel. The problem is they are out of business so you are not likely to get anything from them. If it is not too much money, you might just chalk it up to lesson learned.
QDRO to be accepted by the court?
Hire a competent attorney who handles preparation of QDRO Orders. They are very specific and require certain things to be valid and enforceable. You are playing with your retirement and you won't find out if your QDRO is not effective until you retire, so it is a good idea to find someone competent to help you with it.See question
Alter ego ("AE") let business go; suspended corp. Never answered, default judgment. Can't currently amend judgment because AE did not "control litigation." Now AE threatening to file Motion to Vacate. Should that Motion be filed, can that re-submi...
Need more information before any answer can be of use. Your facts are a bit confusing.
If the corp is suspended it cannot defend any actions. If the AE was a guarantor they can be held liable for the Judgment. If the AE was aware of the lawsuit, why didn't it defend at the time?
Too many questions to be able to provide you with a helpful answer. Seek competent legal advice.See question
My divorce was final 2004. I just received petition for arbitration for unpaid fees. She started sending bills last year, before that a bill would be sent every once in a while. It's been 11 years can she still sue me?
You didn't give a whole lot of details, so I have to say a lot depends on when you paid her last to determine the date of breach. If in fact she did the work in 2004 and you paid last in 2004, you may want to participate in NON-BINDING arbitration and bring up the issue of the Statute of Limitations. You should be able to prevail on those facts.
However, if you paid one of those bills last year, you may have allowed the statute of limitation to be renewed. You may want to speak with a lawyer about the situation.
Date of Breach would be the date you last paid on the bill.
Consult with a lawyer who offers a free consultation. Good Luck to you.