I got a call this morning about a family member being arrested and need help knowing how bad these charges are 2A050 CPCS-5/ 002 2A050 CPCS-4/ 001 2A050 POSS MARIHUANA/ 003 Thanks for the help
I don't know what 2A050 means but the top count (Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 4th Degree) is a Class C felony.See question
Do junior attorneys working at large plaintiff-side employment-law firms, usually have the freedom to offer their clients alternative fee models (than those available from the same firm's senior members)?
The firm sets billing rates. Junior lawyers are generally billed at a lower rate then more senior lawyers.See question
I underwent an ime 3 weeks ago in regards to a car accident. I am not aware of what the findings may be. Approximately how long does it take for insurance company to receive the Ime report and once it is received when can I expect a settlement of...
Every doctor is different as is every case. The carrier might not make you an offer or may make a small one. I cannot predict because you did not give any information on whether you have a "serious injury" as defined by the Insurance Law. Some carriers are better settlers than others. Your lawyer is the person to ask.See question
Assuming you can authenticate it and it is relevant it can be admissible.See question
Basically I turned left on yellow light, and the cop was suppose to go his left on the intersection, saw me, pulled me over, said he didn't wanna give it out. But told me if I plead not guilty and go to court they would drop 2/3 points and just pa...
Hire a local Traffic Court lawyer for the best chance to get a no-point disposition.See question
In New York state, If Theft of services (subway turnstile jumping) charge is dismissed using 'Adjournment in Contemplation of dismissal' (ACD) program with 1 day community service, then what is a impact with employment with FINRA/SEC regulated fi...
This is a potential problem under Rule 19 of the FDIC rules.See question
I slipped and fell on a property and I am currently suing the property owner for personal injuries. Subsequently as a result of the injury I needed a major weight bearing joint replacement. After my surgery it was discovered that the devic...
You can do both. The landlord is responsible for the doctor's malpractice. Your lawyer should know this.See question
For example, suppose there is no real physical evidence and its just one person accusing someone of a crme that that person says he never did. What is this situation called? Also does it make a diffrence wether its a minors word vs an adults word?...
The DA has to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt. If the case goes to trial the jury (of Judge if a jury is waived) will hear and see the witnesses and make credibility determinations.See question
I'm on 5 years felony probation. So far I've completed 4 years. I went to court today. The judge said I'm terminating your probation, no jail time, it is your decision to continue treatment. That was it. My public defender said good luck and stay...
Be sure that you heard correctly - call your lawyer - but if the Judge said "it is your decision to continue treatment" then you are no longer mandated and can decide whether or not to treat.See question
Last week I fell down the stairs to my apartment and severely injured my ankle, had surgery and am now unable to work for at least 3 months (I'm a waitress) would my landlord be liable for personal injury or payment from homeowners insurance
Why did you fall?See question