My husband has criminal charges post against him due to an argument with our neighbor.
I would strongly recommend against reaching out to the DA without first consulting with your husband’s attorney. You could inadvertently disclose a fact that the prosecution is required to prove. If your husband doesn’t have an attorney, hire one immediately.See question
My son's father won't agree with anything as far as learning activities (language classes) or school. What should I do ? Also any lawyer willing to help me with my two cases (support/custody) would be great.
You should definitely contact a family law attorney, either use AVVO's find a lawyer feature or contact the Bar Association. Alternatively, you can message any attorney who responds to your question. Good luckSee question
I have a mortgage loan that I paid off early by a year. In November I made my last payment, my December statement came and had a list of taxes that they say were delinquent that they paid. I called to see why they paid any taxes as my original lo...
Speak to a foreclosure defense attorney (even though it is not presently a foreclosure case). The right of a mortgagee to pay advance escrow is usually preserved in the mortgage loan security document; this issue (i.e. payment of escrow) commonly arises in foreclosures. If your mortgage was already satisfied then the mortgage company has no contractual right to pay escrow. It could be considered a gift or they could in theory sue you in equity under a subrogation theory. At worst, the mortgage company could try to foreclose on your property. Also check to ensure that the mortgage was indeed satisfied.See question
I need to be able to drive legally
If you either satisfied the motor vehicle judgment or have agreed to pay the judgment in installments, penn dot can restore driving privileges. Penn dot usually imposes a restoration fee and requires proof that any vehicles you own are registered and insured. If you haven't already done so, obtain a restoration requirements letter from Penn dotSee question
I press charges and then change my mind , he mess up and he know he was wrong , I wanna help him but idk how , what can I do
It is understandable that you might now have second thoughts about calling the police. I would urge you to speak to a domestic violence counselor before taking any action. Choking you is not at all appropriate and could escalate to further harms. As for the criminal charges, it is presently out of your hands. Only the Commonwealth of a Court can dismiss the charges. The DA’s office may have a victim’s advocate who is experienced with this sort of situation.See question
I was arrested for dui in Washington state and I got that dropped to negligent driving because I proved I was on prescribed meds and my levels were low. I am now charged with dui with refusal 1st offense in Pennsylvania. When I was arrested in P...
As the other attorneys have noted, a refusal prompts a one year suspension by Penn Dot. Depending on the circumstances and the wording of your Washington state negligent driving conviction, it is possible that Penn Dot could attempt to treat you as a habitual offender leading to an even longer suspension period. You should meet with an attorney to not only defend the present DUI charge but also explore the civil license ramifications by Penn Dot.See question
I was back on 2 months rent I had the 2 months back rent but they refused said money cause they wanted January's rent added to it but January's rent is not due technically til the 15th of January,
This depends on several things, including the language of any written lease agreement and whether or not the tenancy is month to month or year to year. It would be wise to document your efforts to pay the 2 months back rent and, ideally, document the landlord’s refusal. You should also escrow any back rents that are refused and meet with a landlord tenant attorney to discuss your options in the event of an eviction. An escrow account can be set up at a local bank. All refused rents should be deposited there in the event that you are ever held liable for back rent. Of course, if the dispute escalates to an eviction you should timely respond to the legal process and assert that the landlord has waived entitlement to the back rent by refusing it.See question
-If someone were to damage property/accumulate debt, promise to pay for damages/debt out of court, continues to promise every year without making any payments to keep it out of court, and then cites statute of limitations as an excuse never to pay...
If you can prove that a promise to pay exists, the limitations period could run from the promise but it also depends on the type and amount of debtSee question
The car dealership did the paperwork base on his credit being a little better than mine knowing he does not drive. The loan is 6 years and he won't pay now that we split
There are several options you might be able to pursue including a voluntary repossession and/or suing the other co-signor for contribution. More information would be needed to determine the best path to choose.See question
Do judges usually accept plea bargains in non violent criminal cases? Such as theft delivered by mistake? dropped the felony to a misdemeanor
If you have an attorney who negotiated a potential plea, this questions needs to be directed to him or her. If you do not yet have an attorney promptly retain one to explore whether or not a guilty plea is the best solution to this. That being said, a judge will very often side with the recommendations of a District Attorney. Judges are not required to accept a plea, especially if there is any indication from the criminal defendant that he or she is not aware of the ramifications or is not taking responsibility for the act. Speak to a criminal defense attorney about what is best for you.See question