HOA refused dispute resolution when i requested; although required by CCRs. They hired attorney not realizing they had to absorb legal fees once they refused dispute resolution. Now they lied and filed complaint for 25,000 including court docume...
As my colleagues have indicated, you need to consult with and hire an experienced civil litigator right away. Looking here is a good place to start. Good luck.See question
A friend of mine was killed by a drunk driver at an illegal street race. He is being charged with vehicular manslaughter and causing bodily injury. Someone just said that they can use facebook comments and posts to reduce their clients sentence....
First, very sorry to hear about your friend. But, depending on what was posted, and by which person, yes: Facebook posts can be evidence and admissible in certain circumstances. If you have information - from facebook or elsewhere - you should contact your own attorney or the DA's office. Good luck.See question
My son has a 4 year old DUI on his record he is planning a trip to England will his DUI keep him from entering the country?
This should not be a problem, as long he properly took care of everything and there is not active warrant for him, etc. To be on the safe side, you may want to confer with an experienced immigration attorney BEFORE he leaves the country on his trip. Good luck.See question
So In a nutshell my Lawyer who made a special appearance on my arraignment and got me OR'd on a 100k bail tells me "I cant pull any police reports because Im not custodian of records yet" This lawyer has been to court 4 more times with me relat...
Sounds like you're lucky to be walking free now, and the attorney did a very good job to secure your initial freedom here. Have you actually hired - paid - him/her yet? If the attorney hasn't be retained by you yet, then he/she cannot act on your behalf and get records etc.See question
Can I obtain my blood results BAC from a blood draw that was taken at the hospital after a minor accident? Can I also obtain my breathalyzer results before the hearing?
You need to hire a good, local attorney asap to help you with this. You do NOT want to try and do this alone. Look for some good lawyers on here and make some appointments asap. Don't wait. good luck.See question
... Does defendant have to pay court fees & attorneys' fees? I know that the court keeps the bail amount, but are there any other different/extra penalties?
My colleagues are correct: there are no juries and no such fees in traffic/infraction cases. You can hire your own lawyer to represent you if you like, but you won't have to any one else's lawyer fees. Good luck.See question
I was going 86 in a 65 on the I-5 in LA.
I agree with Mr. Finnecy. Good luck.See question
In 2008 just before I left the US to travel I had friends dog off leash at the beach. I told the cop that friends who owned them& got a ticket for dogs off leach & giving a false name. The court date was set for a time I would be out of the countr...
You should hire a good, local attorney to get this on calendar for you, to get the warrant recalled (so you don't spend anymore time in jail), and to show proof of your compliance years ago.... otherwise this will continue to haunt you. The judge is going to be upset with you for twice failing to appear in court - and the court does not care about your vacation plans. This is serious. Get a lawyer. Good luck.See question
I plead no contest to 23153 b in 2009. I was on formal probation and released and never violated but I did miss a maad impact panel. I contacted the probation department to see what is hindering me but they wont give info about my probation termin...
You definitely need to hire a good, local criminal defense attorney right away; there are many good ones here on avvo.com. It is not the probation dept's job to tell you 'why,' and even then, they probably don't know. Get a good lawyer to advise you, get to the bottom of this, and file a proper motion. Good luck.See question
So I got pulled over for "speeding" and the officer said I was going 50 mph on a 35 street when I know I was not but then changed his story all around and wrote on my ticket and put 50 then scratched it out put 45 on a 30 mph street.
You always have the right to fight it. But you need to focus on your argument, any witnesses, and chance of success, and weigh that against possibly just resolving it by going to traffic school (which can be a good option, if you're eligible.) Consulting with a good, local attorney is always a good idea, too. Good luck.See question