Recently I was ordered to pay $1000.00 in fees to the defendants lawyer for NOT appearing in court, here is the thing. I was found to be NOT credible. Yet defendants lawyer admitted that the hearing was continued. I have the emails saying the hear...
As an alternative to an appeal, try a notuon for reconsideration or ask the opposing attorney to confirm that he or she informed you of a continuamce. Appeals can be taken from final judgment within 30 days by filing a notice of appealSee question
Diamond Wireless, a Verizon carrier, (now A wireless) sent my account to collects almost 6 months after I left them for the horrible service from both Verizon and Diamond. I never owed them a penny and they are claiming a $400 termination fee in ...
You may be able to sue, but first sit with a lawyer. Such suits can be conplex and there could be several sets of laws to take advantage of. A lawyer can also help resolve the problem without the necessity of a lawsuit.See question
Someone said I had a gun
It really depends on what you are charged with as well as any prior offenses and your income. You should speak with an attorney for a free consultationSee question
Ever since I've been terrified of knives guns tools going to the store and hav had a a bunch of other issues I am currently unemployed and the therapist bills are stacking up fast is there any way of holding these people liable ?
If your family does kill you, or even attempts to kill you, you might have a claim against those family membersSee question
No, not if you are convicted. You might be eligible to have in sealed, but that takes 10 years under the current lawSee question
So today on my way to work while going twenty mph dowm a street a what im assuming was a off duty cop who didn't clearly id himself ran me off the road stating that I was driving too fast and the speed limit wat 10 mph to which i apologized got ou...
I know it seems counterintuitive but you need to call the police and report this, try the state police if uncomfortable with that departmentSee question
Looking for answers from only litigators in Allegheny County, Pa. please. My husband and I are PRO SE on a case going to compulsory arbitration in Allegheny County. Will they (the arbitrators) just let us talk about what happened, or will we h...
The arbitrators will be a panel of attorneys not judges so you do not need to address them as your honor, although, you ahould give thembthe same respect. I suggest wearing your sunday best and refering to them as mam or sir, but not in a superficial way. As to how to present your case, the ryles of evidence are more lax than a judge and each panel is different. You should ask the panel this question when you get there. Also, jeep in mind you have a right of appeal from the panel decision so relax, you cant completely screw it upSee question
I was trying to sell my property. There were no signed agreements. Just e-mails. In my emails, there was never an agreement to sell. The lady is now threatening to sue for expenses. She said she is suing for the cost over her moving twice and h...
It is a bit hard to tell without more details. Some of the things that might be relevant are the language of the emails, whether or not any money changed hands, whether it was the type of contract that is required to be recorded, whether it is a mortgaged property requiring consent of the lender, whether you knew that she was uprooting her things in reliance on the emails, etc. If she does sue, contact your homeowners insurance to see if it is a covered event. If not, seek out an attorney with all papers to explore a defense.See question
I have to go to court this 17th april i dont know what will happen im i in danger of going to jail !?
Unfortunately yes, but there may be some options to avoid jail. Retain a criminalbdefense attorney immediatelySee question
My adopted daughter went to school and told her school nurse that she got hit by me the night before and the school called the emergency child hotline because my daughter said she was scared o come home. She and her sister were interviewed by seve...
A lawyer is not required; however, it is advisable that you retain one. Aside from the removal of your children, there are possible criminal charges involved. You should not be speamimg directly to law enforcement or child servicesSee question