I was charged & convicted of an assault on female (AOF) last year. During that case, the judge stated that he did need to hear evidence again for the ex parte (EP) hearing scheduled the following week because he is the same judge. In the AOF case,...
Criminal District Court proceedings are not recorded. Civil are. For the "ex parte" ruling, you will be entitled to a full hearing on that (unless you are confused on the ex parte part).See question
I already have the court transcripts but the prison the inmate is in said he could not have them because it's not a open case.
The prisons are allowed to regulate what inmates are allowed to have in their cells. Since the case is not open, he doesn't have a legal reason for the transcripts since he's not preparing a defense, or appeal, or anything else, so it would be discretionary for the prison. You have to ask them why they won't let him have them, and have him file a grievance if he wants them. You may also want to call North Carolina Prisoner's Legal Services to see if they can provide any assistance.See question
Just found that an employee is charging me with discrimination, she is on probation and I did not know this. Trying to do my background studies to fight this totally bogus charge. Thanks,Robert
The State of North Carolina is not required to notify you if an employee is on probation. You are certainly free to do your own criminal background checks of employees, but the State does not have an affirmative duty to notify you.See question
Got a DWI in 1992 was found guilty have not been to class this is 2017. This was a mistermeaner charge I paid all my fines, L now they say it is a federal offense 24 years later is there a statue of limitations on this
In what context? There is a Statute of Limitations - but you were found guilty, it doesn't apply. As to being a Federal Offense - unless you were prosecuted federally it is not.
Not completing your classes is likely a violation of probation, but unless they filed a violation and served it, and you simply failed to appear, that's long gone. They very likely cannot send you to jail (revoke your probation) for failure to complete the classes.
However, your license will remain revoked until you do complete them. That wasn't directly your question, but if that is your issue - there is no statute of limitations on that.See question
DR CAME IN I ASK WHO HE WAS 2 TIMES I HAD GUEST IN THE ROOM SON ON VENT MACHINE TUBES IVS EVERYTHING HE NEVER ASK WHO WE WHERE ASK HIM AGAIN HE BEGAN TO GIVE A RUN DOWN OF MY SON MEDCIAL HISTORY THAT DIDNT EVEN GO WITH WHY HE WAS HERE IN FOR ONE...
There is no private right of action to sue for a violation of HIPAA (medical privacy). You can complain to the Medical Board, the Doctor's Practice, and the Department of Health and Human Services who investigate HIPAA violations, and they can sanction the doctor.See question
Mother of the accused.
Assuming the DWI is the ONLY prior conviction of any kind:
That cannot be answered unless we know if the current charge is a felony or a misdemeanor since it could either be a Class 1 Misdemeanor (punishable by up to 45 days in jail - but could get probation), or a Class I felony (where you have to get probation - and the absolute minimum suspended sentence would be 3-13 months, bu could be as high as 8-19 months).
So, you can go to jail for 45 days if it's a misdemeanor, you cannot go to jail if it's a felony (but there are a lot of other issues with a felony conviction).
Plus, if there is more than 1 charge, that changes the numbers, and if it's different classes of offense, that also changes it.
But, if you have an attorney they can look at your specific circumstance and tell you what you are facing.See question
Probation if she absconded and went to another state can they come and get her
Yes - they will issue an arrest warrant, and she would be subject to arrest at any time. Whether or not they would actually extradite her for a Misdemeanor Probation Violation is entirely up to them. Generally they do not, but they certainly can. If she needs to move, she needs to either transfer her probation or just look into other options with terminating it. Just running subjects her to arrest and extradition.See question
My dad and I got into it. I lived with him afterwards and am fine now. I went to court and was told that my probation(6 months in) was terminated. That seems to not be the case.
There are no guarantees. The general rule is the do not extradite for Misdemeanors, but they can. It's rare, but it can, and does, happen. Your best bet is to get an attorney and try to resolve the case. Even if they don't extradite, you could be arrested in another state, and held in custody until NC decides if they are going to extradite or not.See question
I don't understand why a lawyer wont take my case.i see lots of people useing and get tv and lawyer. These people don't have the clear,solid,documents, evidence,court tapes,of proof what has been done to me!!! These judges violated all my rights!!...
No one can say why an attorney will, or will not, take a case. However, since what you appear to be complaining of occurred in Court - you can't sue Judges for their official actions. If they ruled incorrectly, you have appeals or other avenues, but you can't sue the Judges just because you disagree with their rulings.See question
I received a email today that as of 5/3/17 my apartment complex is now charging residents for water. Water is included in the leasing agreement. Would the property be breaching the contract I signed? If so who do I need to contact to resolve this ...
First: If you voluntarily sign, it's not breaching anything - you'd be waiving the breach.
It would be a breach of contract if it's included in the lease, and you refused to sign, and they still charged you or took action against you. But, you need to look at the specific language of the lease to see what is included, and what isn't. But, if it clearly says water is included in the monthly rent, then they can't start charging you for it until the lease ends (they can refuse to renew). But, most leases allow them to change the utilities - often it has language about how it's included unless or until they install individual meters.
You need to read your lease carefully, as well as what they are asking you to sign, or have an attorney review them so you know your rights. Absent actually seeing the lease, no attorney can tell you if they can, or cannot, do this.See question