Hello, I'm a young man who made a mistake in my past I have a restraining order violation under my belt for the stupidest reason trust me, anyways long story short I've been paying off some fines close up to 500 bucks for the situation and still...
If I read your post properly, seems like you have made no less than four mistakes
(1) the underlying act leading to the restraining order
(2) violation of the orde
(3) failing to pay off the $500 in time and
(4) failing to complete community service.
That is not a young man who made a mistake--that is a pattern of behavior that indicates the young man has no respect for the law or the court--that is a likely conclusion of the judge and you may be in for a body slam by the judge.
Recommend you find a MN criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. I wish you the best of luck.See question
I suffer from panic attacks and depression. 2 years ago i switched positions from cashier to general merchandise. My managers are fully aware of my condition. My dr. Has written 2 letters advising against cashiering due to my anxiety. My store man...
In an at-will employment situation, an employer is free to fire an employee for any reason at all, or no reason at all, absent union protections, a written employment contract, or illegal discrimination against a protected class off persons. The doctors notes would not normally act a shield against you never being demoted.
Best thing you can do is meet with an IN employment law attorney and see if in a teasing out of the facts, some basis of protection can be found.See question
Neighbor is making a baseless claim to some of my property. How should I proceed to make this problem go away quickly. I have an offer to purchase this property and cannot move ahead until this dispute is cleared.
Quickly? Depends on the facts.
Get with a property attorney in the state where the property is located and discuss the specifics. Could be the neighbor has a valid claim.....
I have a credit card issued by Ent via Elan Financial Services. The credit limit on the card is $500 but when I pulled my credit report the limit they reported is $2500. I have never asked for a credit limit increase and they have never disclosed ...
Could just be an administrative SFAFU.
Call your card issuer and tell them to lower your limit if the discrepancy bothers you.
A close review of your documents, all the fine print, would be required to understand what it is you agreed to.See question
Someone who does in fact look alot like my husband stole the sherrif's rodeo Corral's from by Mavericks stadium & yes we were near there getting boxes from the recycling dumpster because we have to move on the first . BUT THAT IS ALL ! period. Eve...
First: in the US, an accused has to prove nothing. The State must prove the elements of the crime.
Second--there is nothing you can prove (I assume you are not an attorney licensed to practice in the state where he has been arrested) since you cannot represent him.
Only thing you can do is help your husband hire a CA criminal defense attorney.See question
My Husband daughter mother has taken out a protective order against me with out reasoning. For the simple fact she doesn't want her daughter around me. I haven't threaten her in any kind of way, I haven't done any harm to her or her child, we don'...
Not sure what without reasoning means to you--I think you are trying to say without any reason (cause, basis etc.).
What can be done? You can speak to a local attorney about going to court, the court that issued the protective order, and take steps to have it lifted.See question
I was involved in a criminal case 2 years ago and my attorney never called a witness or took a deposition on my behalf. His response was " They can never convict you, it is just a misunderstanding". Unfortunately they did convict me and I spen...
Solicitations are not allowed here. Try Google, the find a lawyer tab at the top of this page or call your state or county bar association.
That said: he is free to say he is happy with the verdict--not grounds to sue. Odd you vehemently objected to an appeal....
The representation agreement you paid will be controlling as to whether or not you can get some of the money back. Being found guilty is not a basis for recovering money in most cases.
No attorney is required to call a witness or take a deposition---there are many cases without witnesses and where depositions are not necessary.
Whether or not your attorney committed some kind of malpractice is unknown on the facts here, but does require a full and complete review of all the facts, all the documents, all the trial record for starters.See question
There was a man outside my work drinking and broke a bottle and my boss and I told him to clean it up and he began cussing at us and threatening us and was saying call the cops. So I told Bonnie to call the police and have someone come. The dispat...
You may have a case against the guy who punched you (depending on the facts and the degree to which you are liable for the attack)
A case against an entity enjoying immunity, for a punch in the face, would be fruitless. If you had injuries requiring medical attention--contact a personal injury attorney (that attorney may look closely at your employer and their actions as well).
911 has to triage calls and patrol cars--a man cussing at your boss would be pretty low priority depending on the other matters going on at the same time especially after 15 minutes of nothing....See question
I was arrested and given a lawyers name at the arraignment and told to contact him about wanting a bond hearing. So I wrote the lawyer but I did not get a response for 6 weeks. I didn't get any response then even just bussed to the court where I m...
Sorry no VA attorneys saw your question for six days and I am not a criminal defense attorney, however I recall that in Virginia our right to a speedy trial is measured at five months from date of indictment or if there is no indictment, five months from the date of the preliminary hearing--that would be 20 weeks.See question
Hi, Somebody I know works for a contractor company that works with Pentagon, and it appears that somebody has conducted some numbering process for the ammo system (basically counted the weapons) for Pentagon. The thing is she keeps telling this...
You are not obligated to do anything about it.
It's not clear that you know what you're talking about or even that your friend does.
Never heard of "counting in the weapons" which by the way is public informationreadily available on the Internet. That said, it's possible and you did not understand what this "somebody" was saying and they might be revealing information they should not be. You can start by contacting the Pentagon Force Protection Agency let them take it from there.See question