Broke up with girlfriend she is using phone i bought to harass me and to talk to other guys hours after the break up
Not if you gave it to her as a "gift". You have no authority to physically rip something from her hands. You can certainly ask her for it back.See question
Got pulled over for a license light being out and my friends new bf who is 21 had opened a beer in my car and spilt it having my car reek of beer gave the cops reason to search I ended up having to take a bunch of tests (walking, using my arms, us...
Nothing here indicates a basis for having a charge "dropped". Hire a criminal defense attorney immediately. A conviction in Virginia will last you for the rest of your life. Virginia does not expunge for convictions.
Also I recommend you don't go on the Internet, to open public forums, and admit to involvement in criminal activity. This post can be tied to you, and used against you.See question
The policy was worth $365,000 and didn't get the money. now I'm facing 3 charges
You need to hire a criminal defense attorney and you need to do so immediately. Do not post any more facts about your situation online. You can call the Virginia state bar association or use the find a lawyer tab at the top of this page to locate criminal defense attorneys in your area.See question
Again, please do not respond with Fed Dist court is no place for a pro se litigant. I am a pro se litigant that has filed a petition in fed dist court which resulted from an MSBP decision. The filed petition also included affirmative defenses ba...
As a general rule contingency cases require the lawyer to take all of the risks, the litigation process is fraught with unknowns, unintended consequences, and huge expenses as you know. Attorneys turning down contingency cases is a simple risk mitigation response and the main driver to push past the risks is a huge pot of gold at the end of the effort. Finding an attorney willing to take on two cases at the same time where you have already laid the groundwork is going to be a difficult task. Much will depend on case specifics and an attorney's analysis of your own work to date. I'm afraid there is no special key or approach you can take to convince a lawyer to help you Beyond explaining the details and letting that attorney determine whether or not there are sufficient funds at the end of the day to make it worthwhile.See question
My daughter resides in a home that was gifted to her on April 2017. The agreement was signed by both parties and notorized at a local bank. The original homeowner passed away 3 years ago. There has been no notification of an update for receipt of ...
You're asking us to predict what is going to happen as part of the trial process associated with the facts of the situation. That is impossible for anyone to know. Much will turn on whether family has a valid case. If they do, your daughter may need to look for a new place to live.See question
I got caught shoplifting. I know it was stupid never doing it again . I'm only 16 . They took my info and made me sign a paper that said I couldn't go back to target for a year. No Police were Involved and they made my parents pick me up . now tw...
What you should be doing is coordinating with your parents.
It would cost the attorney (whose name you misspelled) far more to have an attorney show up to sue you and most attorneys simply tell there client to toss the civil demand in the round file. Have your parents contact a local IL attorney for how matters are handled in your state; and 'yes' it could hurt you in the future to pay.
Neighbor maliciously telling other members of my small condo complex that I am a prostitute. Since finding this out I have slept very little, am suffering from great anxiety, alienation and have noticed that my neighbors avoid me. I'm also concer...
You file suit in court. Best to speak to a defamation attorney about your options first.
Absent damages, it may simply publicize the stories in the public record (courts are open and public information and result in no monetary return.See question
My 21 year old cousin is in the United States Air Force. We are looking for legal options to help him leave before his term of service is up. Preferably within one month. He has been rapidly losing weight, having bowel movements 20 times a day, an...
Thirty days is not going to happen, whether 'he' or the family wants it.
MEBs can take many months--even longer. Foolish to skip it.
He is not an "indentured servant".
If he is as sick as you describe, he is not working his normal job and if he is, it is because medical professionals (doctors) have assessed that he is capable of doing so.
Appreciate the family having its concerns, but best thing they can do is be supportive of he cousin, but not try to get involved in the processes (there is no law, precedence, or legal basis for doing so).See question
Been married 19 years drinking getting worse and he gets more mean have three kids he did 20 years in the navy in which time his drinking almost cost him his retirement and the navy psent him to rehab
Will what keep him out of the house?
Being retired navy? No.
Having gone to rehab? No.
Drinking getting 'worse'? No.
Getting Mean? No idea what that means in real terms---maybe.
Nothing will happen if proper action is not taken to document and report what is going on, especially to your lawyer.
Defendant was pulled over for speeding and had a panic attack and the police arrested her for DUI. She was taken to ER and doctors confirmed she had a panic attack. The prosecutor is using the video from the police car against her for DUI
Of course it can be used.
The judge will decide if its admissible.
The defendants attorney must timely object if there are grounds to block its admission.See question