In June me and my boyfriend got into an argument where there was no physical interactions but he threw a few things in my home. I called his PO at that moment to speak to him being that I thought they had a good relationship. I told him I was not ...
Rule 1: NEVER EVER ask the government for help..EVER. The Parole officer is NOT your or his friend. He is his keeper.
Now to help you, get a criminal defense lawyer to bring on a motion to change a condition of probation. It will cost you some money. Which leads to rule two:
Rule 2.: Asking the government to act as your lawyer or your therapist or doctor will wind up costing you three times more to correct what they screwed up than if you hired proper private professional originally.
I was in a relationship for almost 22 years have lived in my boyfriends house since July 1994. He broke up with me almost 2 yrs ago. Last month Aug 17th he texted me to be out sept 17th. I asked him to give me until middle/end of October. He said ...
No the text message is Not a proper way to provide a 39day notice, moreover HE MAY NOT lock you out of the house (or garage for that matter) without a court order and sheriff's aid. If he does it's self help and a tort. It's an illegal lock out. He would be liable for treble damages.
Get to a lawyer or legal services organization right away. They will send him a letterSee question
We have a case with lawyer that we found I. Avvo. She is charging a lot of money for her device and she has not done much.
Mr. Blechman how very "out of state of you!"
You brave soul, telling this guy he is being poorly treated b/c his lawyer charges a fair fee for his time and work all while knowing you can't help this guy and don't have to b/c you are not admitted here but saying you wish you could.
If his lawyer has given him a way to text him and email him, then that is a good lawyer. If that lawyer is taking time to read and react to those texts and emails, he is ADVOCATING for his client.
I really don't care what you think while you practice in a state where the cost of living is lower as are taxes. You are a pompous jerk and ANY decent NY lawyer would wipe the floor with you and toss you back in the trash you practice in now. Do not comment about what you do not know, and before you stick your foot in your mouth again, you clearly do not know much, about New York or the practice of law here.
I was riding my bike in the downtown area when I was taunted and called numerous homophobic slurs while at a red light. Shortly after the light turned green, the driver of the vehicle intentionally knocked me off my bike with his car. I filed a p...
The cameras are not there for you to use. Even if they were hooked up you would not have a right to the footage without getting a subpoena so ordered by the court. I would suggest you speak to the da and file a leaving the scene complaint let then investigate. Maybe a DA inquiry will yield a result.See question
I recently received a Juror Subpoena Failure to Respond for Kings County on Friday August, 27, 2016 in the mail. In the notice it claimed that they sent me two questionnaires mailed to me before the final attempt. I could only recall the courts on...
Go down to the court house and speak to an employee of the Commissioner of Jurors TOMORROW. Explain yourself and your behavior and they will tell you what to do. Bring your ID and proof of residence ( a phone bill maybe).See question
I have researched all penal codes I can find. I have talked to a few gun shops. And they said it's legal. I have also talked to a cop and he said it's illegal because you would be considered mecaning. Definitions of mecaning in NY penal code expla...
Are you making a statement or do you have a need to carry the gun? Assuming you are not a prior convicted criminal then yes you can openly cary a long arm in most places, It may make others uncomfortable but not illegal. If you in anyway threaten someone's safety, however, you may be arrested for menacing.See question
My boyfriend drops me.off every now and then and my dad is threatening to call the police on him and have him arrested for trespassing. Does he have the legal right to do so if I live there too and he doesn't even leave the car?
Technically, as the owner of the property he can. If you are under 18 he can. If you are over 18 it becomes slightly more complicated. On the other hand you live in a fairly rural area and if you want to avoid having your B/f arrested, and you are of age, move out or get a written agreement that your dad will stop harassing your guests ir invitees as long as they are comporting with the lawSee question
I was scammed into giving out personal info to credit card services to lower my interest rates and was fooled into giving up some sensitive info. Now I was called back today by the scammer and recorded her as she laughed thru the phone saying the...
Take your tape to Police but were I you, i'd go with a lawyer. In fact the lawyer may have ideas that can result in a faster stronger punishmentSee question
My friend found 2 credit cards on the ground and used them for gas and at walmart. One was under $50 and the other under $180. Will the banks try to look for her?
They ought to. She was very stupid to do this. This is more than just a petty larceny, it is bank fraud and potentially more. These could easily be a Federal case. Your friend ought to consult counsel, COMPETENT Counsel, right away. Anybody saying to lie low and hope it passes isn't competent.See question
I have a friend who is a producer and director , he produces TV specials and cable TV shows. Approximately 4 and a half years ago he wrote his own TV show and asked myself and a friend of mine to invest in it. we were 50 50 about investing but he ...
You would be well served to speak to an Entertainment attorney in NYC. This isn't so much a security case as it is a contract action. There are a number of options you may have here but I would be remiss to review them all without knowing more facts. Get to a lawyer pronto. Your SOL Time is ticking awaySee question