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Bryan David Fisher

Bryan Fisher’s Answers

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  • Can I sue Pepsi or biglots?

    Bryan’s Answer

    While this is unfortunate, it is not clear that enough injury was caused to justify a lawsuit. Advancing a legal claim can be time consuming and expensive. You did the right thing reporting the matter to Pepsi. This will protect others. Do the same with Big Lots. Good luck.

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  • What if ?

    Bryan’s Answer

    Most states require that a vehicle pass inspection for safety and environmental compliance. A totaled car will not pass such an inspection. Further, you are putting yourself and others at risk operating such a vehicle on the roads.

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  • Will Arkansas extradite on a misdemeanor?

    Bryan’s Answer

    Your question calls for the opinion of a criminal lawyer. However, most states are unlikely to extradite for a misdemeanor.

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  • What will happen to my girlfriend for violating PTI ?

    Bryan’s Answer

    She needs to immediately speak to her original criminal attorney. She is at risk to return to jail.

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  • Can arrears be sent to me?

    Bryan’s Answer

    You will need an attorney to pursue such a claim as neither parent is likely to make payment to you given the apparent existing support order and the status of your relationship. Good luck.

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  • If I already have a custody agreement in motion and want to change it, what is it called?

    Bryan’s Answer

    I believe it is the second choice as you have an existing order and seek a hearing to modify that order. This is a very serious matter so I suggest taht you immediately hire a local experienced family law and custody attorney.

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  • Can I get a lawyer for a capias warrant ?

    Bryan’s Answer

    A capias warrant is an arrest warrant so requires immediate attention. You should immediately consult a local experienced criminal defense attorney. Good luck.

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  • The Medical Malpractice SOL focuses on when did the "patient" discovered the injury or should have discovered. in my case the

    Bryan’s Answer

    The facts are critical in this case so you should immediately contact a local experienced medical malpractice attorney. You certainly have grounds to argue that your lawsuit remains viable. Do not let any additional time pass without action. Good luck.

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  • Can someone go to jail for selling $600 in gift cards to pawn shop later finding out there stolen

    Bryan’s Answer

    The short answer is yes but unlikely if your facts are accurate and complete. However, you should immediately consult a local experienced criminal defense attorney to better understand the risks and consequences of your actions. Good luck.

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  • What do I do?

    Bryan’s Answer

    I can not add to attorney Jack Ward's answer which is very comprehensive.

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