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Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido

Fresno Immigration Attorney.

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  1. What can I do about a bias judge in family law??

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Antoinette Cara Liewen
    2. Edna Carroll Straus
    3. John Henry Perrott
    4. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    5. Loren Nizinski
    5 lawyer answers

    There are options but first an accusation of bias will need to be proven. To make such an accusation without proof can be detrimental and at minimum distract you from the real issues at hand. Second in order to get the best possible results you need to be very clear (with yourself or attorney) as to the facts and what you wish to obtain. With that in mind an experienced attorney can give you advice on the likelihood of success or help guide you to a resolution that will get you closer to...

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  2. I have been in the Sentri program for many years but was denied renewal because of past DUI. Any ideas on how to proceed?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. David Philip Shapiro
    2. Robert Laurens Driessen
    3. Gayle Anne-Marie Gutekunst
    4. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    4 lawyer answers

    The SENTRI program is reserved for individuals who voluntarily undergo an intensive background check to verify their low-risk status. There is a bar for individuals who have ANY convictions. While there are special considerations for DUI convictions that are more than 10 years old and their effect on future DUI. These considerations do not seem to apply to the SENTRI program and thus the DUI will not age out for purposes of this program. The information above is for general purpose...

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  3. Will my daughters father be able to legally take my child when my boyfriend gets out of prison for lewd acts with a minor?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    2. Antoinette Cara Liewen
    3. James Louis Miller
    3 lawyer answers

    The consideration a judge will always have to make is the child's safety. The soon-to-be-released boyfriend may very well be enough for a judge to believe that the child will not be safe in your home. As unfair as this may seem to you remember that the judge must always attempt to error on the side of caution for the protection of the child. If the child's father has issues of his own that a judge may deem unsafe for the child then it is possible that the child would be more safe with a...

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  4. Suing the police department for wrongful DUI arrest?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robert Laurens Driessen
    2. Lewis Robert Rosenblum
    3. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    4. Joshua Paul Shelton
    4 lawyer answers

    While I agree with my colleagues that simply having a BAC below .08 does not prevent them from conducting a DUI arrest. It is important to know that at every level of conduct from the police they have a different threshold. There is a threshold for them to initiate the stop, yet another to conduct a search and yet another much higher one to conduct an arrest. The facts you have listed above do not indicate for what reason or based on what facts they conducted the arrest. It would be...

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  5. BANKRUPTCY

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Paula Brown Sinclair
    2. Kathryn Ursula Tokarska
    3. Fredrick Eric Nix
    4. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    4 lawyer answers

    While most government debt may NOT be discharged there are exceptions. AN there are due tax exceptions specifically. However, to give you an answer as to which portion of the 8,000 may be discharged I would need more information. Also any reputable attorney and even the trustee will have a problem with an individual attempting to file bankruptcy when their debt is less than 8,000 (assuming it is dishargeable, big assumption since most likely it is not) Generally, for this low amount of...

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  6. If you are given supervised visitation with your children...

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Nadine Marie Jett
    2. James Louis Miller
    3. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    3 lawyer answers

    As indicated above here in Fresno the orders will include a section for telephonic communication. Also it may include a section where the non custodial parent has a right to be kept informed as to the child's welfare. However, if that is not in the current orders it would appear that the accusations are severe. I highly recommend that you hire an attorney to help you work through this difficult situation. A path toward more contact may be set forth for you with the assistance of an attorney.

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  7. Deferred Action denied due to a dropped felony?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Greg Thomas Hill
    2. Dan Eugene Chambers
    3. John M. Kaman
    4. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    4 lawyer answers

    Any felony conviction will cause you to be denied Deferred Action. However, if the conviction was for misdemeanor only specific misdemeanors allow would cause you to be denied. Otherwise multiple simple misdemeanors will have the same result. Your facts are unclear. But if you were convicted of a felony and later it was changed because of good behavior there is a good chance you will still be denied. However, if the felony was reduced to misdemeanor, and it is NOT a significant...

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  8. I have a custody question

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Robert West
    2. Isileli Tupou Manaia Mataele
    3. Michael Charles Schwerin
    4. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    5. James Louis Miller
    5 lawyer answers

    You will need to talk to a lawyer who can 1. give you an honest advise of your responsibilities and that of the other person and 2. aggressively fight to enforce and or modify the order so that in the best interest of the child neither parent is being kept away from their child. Good luck

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  9. Amended CA Chpt 7 2 include AZ judgement to pay ex bus debt he pd while we were separated. All bus assets taken over by Trustee

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Dede J Agrava
    2. Walter C Oney Jr
    3. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
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    Let me see if I understand: Your ex-spouse has a judgment against you. This person lives in AZ. You filed ch. 7 bankruptcy petition but did not disclose the judgment against you. Before you amended you received a discharge notice. Indicating that the his claim was not filed. If these facts are correct it appears that 1. either you did not claim that judgment as your debt, and it was not discharged. or 2. that person did not file proof of claim and it was discharged. What is confusing...

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  10. How to respond to a mediation report from family court service?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Joseph Patrick Waters
    2. Benjamin Aguilar
    3. Reynaldo Carrillo Pulido
    4. Arturo Angel Burga
    4 lawyer answers

    In family law the best and fastest way to get through something is for the parties to work it out. Obviously that is what mediation intended to do. And it appears that you did not agree with the other party and also with the mediator's recommendation. If that is the case one last attempt can be made prior to the next hearing, meaning if you think that the temper or hard feelings have subsided to the extent that a more level headed mind can prevail it is worth reaching out to the other party...

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