He had 3 counts of eluding police and driving with a suspended liscence. Is there any possibility of an early release? He's never been in trouble before
"He had 3 counts of eluding police and driving with a suspended liscence."
That is hardly a "traffic violation." Further, as he has already been convicted and sentenced, such a question is best answered by the attorney he had at trial.See question
I saw a massive pit bull trying to mount a small Chihuahua dog. I kept hearing a dog yelp in serious pain, finally I saw it was my next door neighbor. The pit bull was being very aggressive, Chihuahua is in heat. Cops came, said it was none of my ...
I would think Animal Control would be better than the cops.See question
My dog recently died because of an intestinal blockage. Our vet confirmed it was caused by a tennis ball dog toy that he had torn up and eatin.
An actual tennis ball, or a dog toy made to look like one?
IF the latter, and IF there were no warnings, you might have a cause of action. The obvious defense to such a claim would be negligent supervision.
At any rate, it would then be more a consumer protection issue.See question
I was visiting friend while police raided when they asked us to come outside as well as his roomates and this is when the roomates dogs bit me repeatedly because police insisted i walk towards them thru backyard where dogs were at . i was sent to ...
Your action is against the roommate; not police securing the area.
Retain counsel and make sure you document all your damages from the dog attack.See question
Am I responsible for his dogs on my property??
Someone else's dogs on your property are your responsibility only if you allowed them to be there; i.e., invited the owner over, they belong to a tenant, etc.
To protect yourself, literally and legally, call Anlmal Control each time they enter.See question
I was hurt a work and have received a prescription for my doctors explaing in detail why and what I need the service animal for. But workmans comp is saying it is unprecedented and can't find case law of it ever happening before.
You already asked this question.
Further, it belongs in workman's comp.
ONCE is sufficient.See question
I fell off a roof falling 25 feet while at work and am current under workmans comp for about a year and a half. I since then have developed and been diagnosed with ptsd from the work injury. I have acquired a prescription for a ptsd phsyactric dog...
This has nothing to do with animal law; it is clearly a workman's comp issue. An interesting case you should not be handling by yourself. Use Avvo or the Boston Bar Association to find a skilled workman's comp. attorney.
And the word is "psychiatric."See question
Me and my brother recently got caught shoplifting at the store Lord and Taylor and we live in the state of VA. I shoplifted $150 worth of items and my brother $215. What will happen to us? Will we go to jail?
You have just admitted to committing a crime on a public site.
You and your brother should each retain counsel, to try and minimize the consequences of this event. Use Avvo or the county bar association.See question
I came to purchase a vehicle from dealer but I had already been finance somewhere else after seeing it I wanted it so I let the finance company know and they did the documents before doing so I had to sign bill of sale with dealer. Who sent it ele...
IF you have a fully executed contract, you can enforce its terms. You may also be eligible for multiple damages under NJ's consumer protection laws.
This is NOT a "lemon law" issue; it is clearly a contract matter.See question
My boyfriend thinks that I can't get into any trouble if his 21 year old son drives a truck that is in my name. I tell them both that I would be liable if he has a accident but that just keep saying I won't
Your boyfriend wants YOU to take the risk for his son. BAD move.
IF you were so foolish as to let an unlicensed operator/excluded driver use your vehicle, you would be guilty of negligent entrustment, as well as voiding your insurance coverage - which means you, personally, would be liable for the damages the son caused driving your truck.See question