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John Michael Phillips
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  • Can you do a Motion to Vacate the Default Judgment 473(b) beyond the 90 days from the day of the entry of judgment in an UD?

    Can you do a Motion to Vacate the Default Judgment 473(b) beyond the 90 days from the day of the entry of judgment in an unlawful detainer case in California?

    John’s Answer

    We'd need more information to weigh in.

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  • If a question of fact is brought up in a motion but not addressed by the judge at that motion (though he rules) is it resolved?

    If a question of fact is brought up in a motion but not addressed by the judge at that motion (though he rules), is it considered legally resolved (for res judicata purposes) and cannot be brought again at another motion (even if it was not resolv...

    John’s Answer

    I agree that we'd need more detail and to see the Motion to know for sure.

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  • Would this be malpractice, if so What is the statute limitations for malpractice in Tennessee?

    I had teeth removed a couple of years ago. My jaw has not been the same since. I feel like the dentist may had damaged my jaw.

    John’s Answer

    I agree with the other lawyers which address timeliness of the claim and statute of limitations issues.
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  • What kind of legal recourse do we have?

    My fiancee is currently receiving poor treatment from a prescriber for her psychiatric medications. She is being treated as if she is a drug seeker, and as she is a pharmacy tech, that is also slandering her character with the industry.

    John’s Answer

    A lawyer helping you would need more information, such as how and what are damages. Medical malpractice cases tend to be very detailed and one would need to prove liability, causation of an injury and damages from the incident.

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  • Is there something I can do? I want him to pay for this embarrassment he caused

    Im being harassed by my online he's posted several pictures of me online and sent naked pictures to my mom and other people on social media he's went online used my information to cancel my lights in my house and storage place i have pictures, con...

    John’s Answer

    You should call police and then possibly hire a civil lawyer. This is serious and illegal activity.

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  • Is this punishable by law, Can I Sue them for this offense ?

    My former employer gave out my personal information which include my name, social security number, and other private and confidential information to an unknown person . Is this punishable by law ?

    John’s Answer

    A lawyer helping you would need more information, such as where it was released, how and what are your damages.

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  • Can I sue them for releasing my information?

    I received a letter from a former employer notifying me that a current employee released my private information (name, address, ss#) to an unknown third party via email.

    John’s Answer

    A lawyer helping you would need more information, such as where it was released, how and what are your damages.

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  • Should I just ignore a civil demand letter?

    I was caught shoplifting at a K-Mart, it was a stupid mistake and the item was around $10. I cooperated with Loss Prevention and returned the item, police were not called or involved at all. I was asked to sign two papers and they took down my add...

    John’s Answer

    You can ignore them and see if they move forward, hire a lawyer or try and negotiate the claimed amount.

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  • So where do i file

    I am wanting to have a visitation order modified. I just need to know what county to file it in. I know the uniform custody act. Says where the child has lived the last 6 months. My problem is, my son and i were living in Clackamas County up until...

    John’s Answer

    I agree with the advice given here. If you have any specific questions or want to move forward, do not hesitate to use AVVO's find a lawyer feature and find a local lawyer to answer further questions privately. Most lawyers offer free consultations. Good luck.

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  • Are dull butterfly knives legal?

    I've been looking to buy a dull training butterfly knife similar to this one: http://www.amazon.com/Butterfly-Trainer-Black-Powder-Coated/dp/B004SDX8BI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1459110853&sr=8-1&keywords=fury+butterfly+trainer+knife. I've read up on...

    John’s Answer

    This has nothing really to do with civil rights. We know of no law which has defined this issue, but is it really worth it to be arrested by someone who doesn't know the distinction you are making?

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