I co-signed in 2005 and the vehicle was repossesed. The finance institute, which I think was Wells Fargo, place a lien for $23,000 with compound interest.
The answer is more appropriately answered by the lender. From the information you posted, there is a "Judgment Lien" placed against your house, or at least against your interest in the house. I would suggest that you see a lawyer in your area who handles credit, civil, or contract issues. A bankruptcy attorney may also be able to help, as this matter can probably be addressed through negotiations and settlement of the Judgment. Any settlement that is reached might even be able to be paid through your refinance.See question
My husband lived in Atlanta for several years after undergrad. He left in 2001 to attend business school and since then has obtained a license in NC, NY and we recently moved to IL where he was informed there was an issue with a suspended license ...
If he never went to court, this complicates things. Some courts issue a "failure to appear license suspension" where they request DMV (Now DDS) to suspend your license UNTIL you come to court to address the issue. Other Courts will enter a guilty verdict based on a bond revocation. No points will be assessed unless and until you plead guilty, are found guilty, or pay the tickets (which is an admission of guilt). Hire an attorney, and let him sort this mess out, it will be worth every dollar you pay him.See question
What happens if i stop reporting to my felony probation and run? Will my probation still end an be over on my end date which is April 2019? Im on first offender felony probation in Georgia for first degree burglary an have a good bit of restitutio...
Running is not the answer. If you fail to report, probation can get a tolling order, which will stop the running of your probation. Once you get caught, and you will eventually get caught, the probation will start back, after you go through a probation revocation. Yes, you could lose your first offender, and you could be re-sentenced to as much time as the judge could have originally sentenced you to (20 years). If you can't afford the payments, talk to your probation officer, see if they can help you. Better than going to prison for the remainder of twenty years.See question
I looking to get record sealed after 4 years of conviction simple battery and cruelty to children
First, the term is now a "Record Restriction." Expungements were modified several years back. Secondly, the question is to whether your "simple battery" was family violence related. (FVA) If it was, then the answer is most likely "no."See question
I've never had a drivers license and was arrested for dui
Yes. The DDS acts in an administrative function, and a pending DUI could be considered a disqualification of eligibility to receive a license.See question
I'm 17 years old, i received a traffic ticket for doing 87 in a 55 on I- 20 East. I'm not sure if the cop clocked me for my speeding because the cars around me were surpassing me as well. I do know i was doing 80 or more but I also was under the i...
The points that you could receive for this speed would trigger a suspension. Because you are under 18, you are only allowed 4 points. This speed would subject you to 4 points, the Failure to Maintain could have put points on your total already, and, the prosecutor can add a charge of "Reckless Driving" due to the high speed. If you want to have a chance, you need an attorney.See question
Someone I know attempted suicide. They cut their wrist, took 200+ pills, and set a fire. He has been charged with first degree arson. What are his chances of pleading insanity since he obviously wasn't of sound mind when he committed the crime?
Georgia's standards regarding mental competency are tough. There are two levels of determination that have to be made, (1) was the Defendant competent at the time that the crime was committed, that is, did the Defendant know the difference between right and wrong. (2) Is the Defendant competent to stand trial.
If a psychiatrist finds that the Defendant was in such a condition that he would not have known right from wrong, then he can enter a plea of "Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity" (NGRI). Keep in mind, voluntary intoxication does not contribute to a defense.
Competence to stand trial is a very low standard, that is, does he understand who the trial participants are, and what their roles are: Defense attorney, Prosecutor, and Judge. ,The question is not whether he will, or won't assist his attorney, but whether he is capable of assisting.See question
I already did time for a 1st degree burglary charge. (22 months). Got paroled out. Now, i am possibly facing another 1st degree burglary charge. There is messages that prove I was given the okay to be over there however now I am scared that won't ...
A second conviction for First Degree Burglary carries a mandatory minimum of two years imprisonment, with a maximum of twenty years. Theft by Taking would be determined by the dollar value of the property taken.See question
I got another charge and the da said he was gonna give me a 3 serve 1 and I was serving the 1 year because I got out early so I had to finish it.. Cant they do that legally. Isnt that double jeopardy? I go to trial monday. Please let me know befor...
The way you ask the question is confusing. First, revoking probation on the original charge can occur anytime that you violate the terms of THAT probation. If you're saying that your probation was revoked for one year, what else did they say in the revocation sentence? For instance, did they say to revoke one year and expunge the remaining terms of probation? Or did they say revoke one year and return to probation? If you are receiving a plea offer of 3 to serve 1 on the new charge, it is not double jeopardy, because the time you served on the revocation was for your original sentence. The new offer is for your new crime.See question
my husband was pilled over in doraville ga for making an illegal left turn. he was driving on a suspended license from alabama. he was arrested and is now on probation. what reason(s) would he be put on probation?
Driving without a valid license is punishable by jail (up to 12 months) and a fine (up to $1,000). He was put on probation to allow him to work, pay the fine, and support his family, all the while being under the supervision of the probation department. He most likely cannot violate any new laws, drink, or take any medication without prior approval.See question