I got a ticket for less than a once of Marijuana in CT. The officer to me to "pay the ticket and everything will be good". I'm about to 21 and never been in trouble before and don't want to affect me later in life.
Advice to last a lifetime - never take legal advice from the cop that arrested you. He or she is NOT on your side they are adverse to you. A drug conviction can have lifelong negative consequences, including but not limited to loss of student loans and loss of job prospects. Hire an attorney to get it dismissed.See question
Im trying to apply for my divorce, but i need to file for a poor man's divorce because i cant afford to pay.
There is no such thing as a "poor man's divorce." However, for a small fee an attorney can execute your uncontested divorce papers. Attorney Elisa Claro specializes in doing affordable uncontested divorces. Her Avvo profile is here: https://www.avvo.com/attorneys/10601-ny-elisa-claro-4780961.html and she can be reached at 855-976-1469.See question
I own a 895 fine for a traffic ticket. That I had got when I was younger and now I am disabled right now so I have little income so I can't save enough to pay it
Just don't drive, because your license is suspended until you pay it. That is the sole consequence. However, if the underlying ticket was a criminal matter then there may be a warrant out for your arrest.See question
I'm 17 years old an I recently got a a traffic ticket well last night I don't want my mom to know & I have to be in court next month , 1 the officer put my last name wrong & he put the wrong time to show up for court which is 7:15pm an the court i...
Yes they are reasons to dismiss the case. Your next step is to go to the local law library, research the law on the issues, and learn how to make a noticed motion to dismiss. Or, bite the bullet and retain counsel or, if you don't have the money for that then tell mom and have her hire a lawyer. Oh, one more thing, in addition to points and insurance increases you are also facing losing your license.See question
I was given a appearance ticket for petty larceny and my work is not allowing me to work. They say the state is not allowing me To work until this is cleared up. I thought you are not guilty until it has been in front of a judge.
Your state license to practice as a CNA can only be suspended AFTER you have been convicted. However, an employer likely can suspend you pending prosecution those are 2 different things. You need to speak to a lawyer that specializes in employment law.See question
I had worked for this police dept. for ten yrs. My exhusband is very tight with these cops I believe he had something to do with this. The first cop car pulled me ovover and stated I said something about someone in the dept. and gave me two ticke...
Unlike other lawyers I am a former police officer. So I can read between the lines to see the "manopera" taking place here. You worked there for 10 years and severely pissed them off. Probably informed on illegal behavior or other wrongful behavior by the cops. This does not sit well with them and now they are harassing you and making up false charges.
As a former police department employee you know what to do. File a formal civilian complaint with internal affairs and contact a civil rights lawyer. Good luck!See question
I was in a car full of people got pulled over and the cops found weed nobody owned up too it so everybody got charged with upm tickets I am on probation I been on for 3 and a half years no dirty urines no violations should I be worried about this ...
Yes, you should be very worried about it.See question
I am getting divorced and was petitioning for spouse. I was wondering if the proper way to do things is to hire two attorneys or one who specializes in both divorce and immigration? Can somebody guide me as to proper approach?
I have the perfect lawyer for you:
Cant aford to pay
This is what they meant when they said "it will go on your permanent record." There is nothing anyone can do. It's either hustle to come up with the $550.00 or start walking, because you're never ever again going to see a license - anywhere - while Vermont has you suspended for failing to pay a fine. You're done. Finished. It's over. Unless and until you pay the $550.00.See question
I'm 27 and have been living in the US the last 24 years. My mom became a citizen before I turned 18. Although I would have qualified for derived citizenship, the lawyer she had said to just let me do it myself when I turn 18 since it would be chea...
This narrative underscores the need to always make your application as soon as you can for citizenship, and to always, always, always, retain counsel to make represent you through the application process. Always. Did I say always.
Look, being cheap when it comes to something as important as citizenship is never a place to skimp on hiring an expensive, professional law firm that SPECIALIZES in exactly what you need. Just think of what you have at stake here - citizenship. You are royally messing up your case - and doing so under the Trump Administration. Instead of asking to hire a lawyer, you are so short sighted that after all of this you are laying out a narrative and asking "what do I do."
I'll tell you what you need to - WAKE UP!!!! You are in over your head! For the love of God, stop screwing this thing up and retain a lawyer that actually knows what they are doing and will get you citizenship.
You will, and should, pay a lot of money for a lawyer. In fact, when the lawyer quotes their price unless it feels like you've been punched in the gut don't hire that lawyer. Because any lawyer that does not bill through the lungs for something so important and specialized is not worth it. Look, this is important and serious business. You should be motivated to doing it right. This means sacrificing the appropriate legal fee to get it done. Because if you're not fired up and motivated to get it done, why should your lawyer be?See question