I have never had a store file a suit to collect the "fine". This should not show up on a background check. Stop shop lifting.
It appears as though you and your ex should stay away from each other. The nursing board may take action but unless there is a criminal conviction it is unlikely.
Im not sure what you are asking, question doesn't make sense.
Probably not. Doesn't sound like they are interested.
17 years is a long time. I assume your brother has already exhausted his appellate options. Given the amount of time Im not sure he would be able to raise the issue at this late date. He would need to consult with some one that specializes in Habeus or post conviction relief such as an innocence project.
You can sue anyone for anything. Given the current anti opiate climate you may find an attorney to file an action. Of course you would need medical testimony from another doctor that what this Dr. did was below the standard of care. You need to act immediately so as not to miss any statute of limitation.
I agree with the other attorney. The officer told you what he believes to be true. If you were not speeding you could fight the ticket or you can go to traffic school.
It depends on the facts, your prior record, the DA, the judge and how good your attorney is. It could be either.
If your grandpa doesnt give him the money they cant take it for restitution. I dont know what the rules are currently but I have had clients lose money on their books for various reasons. Most importantly, he doesnt need $20,000 on his books.
The judge does not view evidence and make a decision unless there has been a trial and a jury was waived. Disputing the facts is up to the parties and their attorneys. Your son or son in law needs to talk to the attorney that represents them of hire a new one to explore the options.