If anyone imprisons you and, in so doing, damages you, you should talk to a personal injury lawyer. However, from your question it sounds like you may have been "imprisoned" by the police. In that instance, you should find a personal injury lawyer who also has significant experience in criminal cases.
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We are not in IN yet which is probably why no one has replied to you. Still, I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I wanted to let you know that it appears that Indiana law places the onus on buyers at sheriff’s sales to determine whether the title has any encumbrances.
Here is a great blog post on the subject: http://commercialforeclosureblog.typepad.com/indiana_commercial_forecl/2008/05/indiana-mortgag.html
I am not an OH lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I want to offer some general thoughts regarding your question. If you have a warrant from the court, it is illegal for anyone to deny it. However, it many not be for you to enforce it. I suggest that you talk to an OH litigator. Below is a link to the top-Avvo rated litigators in Middletown. With more facts, they should be able to help you out.
Not at all. Check out business management books like "Good to Great" or "Execution" -- corporate success and failure is what they are all about. Just make sure that everything you are saying is well-researched and true. If one of the companies sues you for libel, truth is a defense. However, even with that defense, litigation is very expensive. Be smart!
I am not an NY lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I suggest that you contact an Oakdale real estate lawyer. You probably want a lawyer to help you negotiate the real estate contract anyway. Here is link to the top Avvo-rated real estate lawyers in Oakdale:
I am not an OH lawyer, but I am a lawyer (and the CEO of Avvo) and I want to offer some general thoughts regarding your question. The mother may be able to get a restraining order, but it is hard to tell from your facts whether the mother wants this. I suggest that you speak to a OH family lawyer. Below is a link to the top-Avvo rated family lawyers in Cincinnati.