I received a ticket today driving my Hell Cat. My car doesn't have a spot on the front to put the plate. I will have to drill holes in the bumper which looks horrible. I had the plate in my glove box but he still have me a $70 ticket. The state I'...
If you install the plate, the Court may give you a probation before judgment.See question
I paid my storage bill on Sept. 2, 2016. Public Storage took from my account on Sept. 6, 2016, $72 and my paymeny of $ 172.00 on Sept. 7, 2016.
Are they refusing to refund the difference?See question
I was terminated from my job as a transit bus operator in the Washington Metropolitan area, because I had CDL cancellation because of being out on worker's compensation for 15 months. I recently went to my local MVA, and they notified me of the ca...
If you are off work because of workers' comp, then the CDL cancellation is likely valid. Your employer is permitted to terminate you unless there is an agreement with your union otherwise.
If you are on temporary total disability, you can still collect. You should contact your attorney about this. If you don't have one, you need one.
Can you sue Montgomery county Maryland MVA (may be with class action suit) for speed cameras program? They create severe anxiety among drivers, at times inaccurate, speed limits are artificially set too low. Can you sue MVA that they do not hav...
They are legal; the State of Maryland passed legislature permitting the County to use them. The MVA would have full and unwaived governmental immunity in that you would be suing for a governmental function.See question
The motorcycle officer stopped me and said I was going 91 in a 55 but I could have sworn I was not going that fast. Most likely over 55 but not 91! I never travel anywhere near that speed normally so if I was going that fast I would have realized ...
This is a big citation. Like the other attorneys said, you should request a trial.
I also think this is the type of citation for which you should hire an attorney. At least speak to a local attorney and see if they think they can help.
If an appeal from the District Court to Circuit Court on the record is withdrawn before the District Court file is sent to the Circuit Court, can the Appellant recover the $165 fee check made out in favor of the Circuit court (handed over to the D...
I have never heard of the District Court refunding money, even when they are incorrect. You can ask, but I don't know of any Rule or policy that would require them to refund money to you.See question
What costs are to be/can be paid to a non-party witness called to testify in a civil case in a Maryland State District Court? Travel, time spent from work etc.
In Maryland, a non expert cannot be paid for his or her testimony, but may be reimbursed for expenses. This may include lost time from work, parking, or travel.See question
I am a business owner, s- corp. I sub- contract, to a local flooring company. I had a customer claim one of my employee stole $500.00, I fired the employee and paid back the $500.00 in cash, i got a receipt. I explained to the customer that if any...
Just because a police officer tells you that you might be "responsible" does not mean that you are. Whether a subcontractor acts as an agent for a contractor can be complex. You should notify your insurer, and let them deal with it.See question
For the past 8 years, I have worked in a lab that uses xylene and formaldehyde. Even with ventilation, the fumes are usually quite strong (but are within OSHA standards). Although there is a sign on the door warning about carcinogens being present...
I am very sorry that you are going through this. Your illness could fall under an occupational disease under the Maryland worker's compensation statute. You would be entitled to all of your medical bills being paid, lost wages, and an award for permanent damage.
Your employer will likely deny the claim, so you should start the process as soon as possible.See question
You do not have to swear in Maryland because it has a religious connotation. You are also permitted to affirm, which is legal and not religious. The clerk asks you to raise your right will ask: "Do you swear or affirm that the testimony you are about to give is the truth . . ."See question