Last night we were pulled over inside the property where we live which is private property that my mother actually owns. The cops waited until we were almost at our apartment and then turned on there lights mid way through the parking lot. they th...
Yes, they can pull you over in the parking. There may be a question as to whether they should have towed the car if it was in a safe place to leave it. (i.e. your home). This may or may not be an issue in your matter, but it is worth bringing up to your lawyer once you have more information. Good LuckSee question
My son got a DUI in Los Angeles CA. He was speeding 110 mph, but the cop didn' t give him a ticket for that. He blew a .11
Yes, depending on his income, your son will probably have a public defender appointed. In many jurisdictions the court routinely appoints the public defender with little or no inquary as to the defendant's ability to pay. Your son should, however, consult with a private attorney if at all possible. A DUI will have longer term ramifications than many people think. Public defenders do as good a job as they can, but they rarely have as much time to spend on a case as a private attorney will have.
dcss said in court that i make three times as much but yet they did not even look at the proof that i had to show otherwise
You have a right to have a hearing where you will be allowed to put on evidence of your income. As long as you are being truthful and can bring in evidence backing upi your numbers, the actual income should be the amount used when computing the child support owed. There are times, however, when the court will opt to impute income for you. This ususlly happens when a party is voluntarily unemployed or voluntarily underemployed. In those situations, the court may decide what you should be making and calculate your support based on that rather than on your actual income.
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I got into an argument with a friend that resulted in her slapping me. The next day I filed a complaint at our local police station. No more than 30 minutes after doing so, she called to apologize and we talked things over and worked things out. I...
The report is filed now, and it is unlikely that you can just take it back. You can, however, cal the police and let them know that you don't want them to pursue the matter. Depending on your local jurisdiction's normal procedure, this may or may not get them to back off a criminal case. Usually it will help the person if they do end up getting charged with a crime. It certainly won't hurt. In many jurisdictions they will look at this and say that if you don't care, why should they. In other jurisdictions, the DA
s office might be willing to go forward with the case even though the victim wishes to drop it. Good luck.
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If I have a job should I file my taxes even though I have an INS hold?
YES. You must file your taxes. There are some situations where the federal government or some other government agency might take your return. Best of Luck.See question
The Code says that tenants are not responsible for normal wear and tear. Was tha carpet new when you moved in, or had it already been there for a while? After five years, you may have an argument that the carpet was simply worn out. The landlord is not legally able to simply replace the carpet periodically at the expense of the tenants. Good LuckSee question
Last night, I used a fake ID to get into a bar. When i first parked into my parking space it was really tight and crooked. Upon leaving, i got into my car, reversed, and tried my best to avoid any pedistrians(in which I was successful in). While r...
Just a quick observation to add to the other answers. If the issues in the parking lot were enough to establish probable cause to believe that you were intoxicated, why did the officer let you get out onto the road and drive? Something to think about.See question
I am 19 years old and went out Saturday night with some friends. The next morning at about 11, my roommate and I went to get some breakfast. I was going 87 on the freeway and was pulled over. The cop said she smelt alcohol on my roommate, and had ...
You are right that there are issues here. I think that your instinct to plead not guilty is a good one. There might not be any admissable evidence that you had been drinking. I said "might". Get a lawyer to look over the police report. Good LuckSee question
i was arrested for grand theft auto, because the passenger and 2 witnesses claim i was the driver. I was placed in jail on a saturday and had court that upcoming wednesday. I was released 2 days before my court day. Is there anything I can do abou...
Many people are arrested. Some are ultimately found guilty and some are not. It sounds like three people told the police that you were involved. This is evidence that you committed the crime. IT IS NOT PROOF, but it is evidence. Absent some hard evidence that you were not involved, that would probably be enough for any cop to arrest you. The police are not required to always be right.. They only need probable cause to believe that you committed a crime.See question