My son got a ticket for underage drinking he blew just under .02 is there anything I can do
It is always possible to challenge an alcohol blood count; you need an experienced DUI attorney to review the evidence and determine if any evidence could be suppressed or explore the methods of collecting storing and analyzing the blood evidence. Keep in mind, first time offenders are generally given less harsh penalties if they accept some form of responsibility and enter a program or plead guilty. Although fighting the charges could result in an exoneration, it could also increase the penalties if unsuccessful. Have an attorney explore the evidence. Your son is also an adult so, ultimately, the decision would be his. Moreover, if it wasn't mouthwash don't say that it was (but you can suggest that the Commonwealth has no proof of wat it was that caused the alcohol reading, that they didn't know if it was alcohol or mouthwash. Make sure your son didn't make any admissionSee question
We are not married, and I opened a credit card that I then added my ex to as an authorized account holder. I have been the only one making the payments but I was receiving money from my ex each month for the bill. His purchases on the credit card ...
Yes, the text messages promising to make payment are enforceable. You can file a small claims court matter to seek contribution toward the credit card. It might be best to include the credit card company as a defendant in that action together with your soon to be ex. Also, if you haven't done so already, remove his access to the cards.See question
Could it be mouth wash. Could we go to court and win
It is always possible to challenge an alcohol blood count; you need an experienced DUI attorney to review the evidence and determine if any evidence could be suppressed or explore the methods of collecting storing and analyzing the blood evidence. Keep in mind, first time offenders are generally given less harsh penalties if they accept some form of responsibility and enter a program or plead guilty. Although fighting the charges could result in an exoneration, it could also increase the penalties if unsuccessful. Have an attorney explore the evidence. Your son is also an adult so, ultimately, the decision would be his.See question
I moved to pa from ny. I have both a pa and ny license. I just plead guilty to dui in pa. Since i have a ny license is that dui gonna show up on it and say im suspended.
If you have been convicted of a DUI n Pennsylvania, and your license was to be suspended in Pennsylvania, then you may not drive in Pennsylvania until those privileges have been restored (even if the license was not suspended in New York)See question
I paid for two lots 2 yrs ago and the owner put his name on it in my stead i need to sell it and her refused to remove his name
If your uncle wrongfully recorded an interest in the property, you should consider filing a quiet title action to purge him from the deed. You will need to establish proof that you alone ae entitled to ownership of the land.See question
Mother is the owner but does not live there. I've been paying for home. Brother recently released from prison. Mother will sign papers that this is his residents but actually not staying here. With a child I don't want him allowed to come and go a...
Unless you have a lease conferring exclusive possession to you, the property owner is generally free to allow other tenants to stay in the house. If you must cohabitate with your brother and do not wish for probation and parole to randomly search your belongings, put a lock on your bedroom door and make it clear that your brother is not free to enter that particular area. It might also be wise to provide a notice to probation & parole and the local police department that certain locked areas of the home are not accessible to your brother and that you do not consent to a warrantless search of those areas. Although this may better insulate you from an illegal search and seizure, it could likely draw unnecessary attention to you so be sure to not keep anything In the home that might be problematic (e.g., unregistered firearms, illegal narcotics, etc.)See question
landlord ILLEGALLY locked me out for failure to pay weekly rent and had his "agent" vandilize and throw my property out- property that not only had a monetary value but a personal value. He used a self help locking me out of my room type of...
When confronted with an illegal lockout (i.e. by the landlord rather than the Court) it is best to contact the police department to regain access and then file a claim against the landlord in small claims court. A landlord tenant attorney can review the lease and the circumstances and assist you in the appropriate claims to file.See question
Can the local police do a search of your home without a warrant with state parole
Parole can search the home of a parolee. Police may not; however, they can be present to protect the parole agents and to make any arrests if contraband leads to new chargesSee question
Officer is apparently charging me with harassment, failure to yield to pedestrians, and littering. Anyways my question is about getting the charges in the mail. It's been weeks now and I haven't heard anything until today, but it only had one char...
You may wish to speak to an attorney to see what charges have been filed. Or you can try to navigate the Court docket yourself at the following link: https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheets/MDJ.aspx
If you have any criminal charge beyond a traffic violation, meet with a criminal defense attorney.See question