Florida lien on my home for dog bite case judgement inclusive of interest. Plaintiff settled/cleared title for damages less interest. Legal firm now taking me to court.
The presiding Judge will dictate whether or not proceedings in his/her courtroom may/may not be recorded. That being said, you can hire a court reporting agency and they will transcribe your hearing for a fee. That is the more common practice.
As for inviting the press, as counsel had stated before me, this does not sound like a compelling story for the press, but court rooms are (generally) open to the public - if the press wanted to be there, they could be.
All this being said, perhaps hiring counsel is in your best interest as it sounds like you have a great deal at stake here.See question
I was called on the phone by an officer to come in for an interview regarding my former boss (defense) who was arrested a month prior. At the interview/interrogation I was asked by the officer/interviewer to please not discuss the interview with a...
Yes, there is a possibility that you could find yourself on the receiving end of the investigation now. Especially since you admitted same in a public forum. I suggest hiring counsel in order to protect your interests and help prevent additional mishaps.See question
I have applied for APd and Dcf will I be hired?
It will likely hurt your chances as that will still be public record. Look into having the matter expunged.See question
The case was close in 2008!
If I understand your question, "illegal" may not be the proper term, but rather "improper." If a case was closed in 2008, it should reflect that date.See question
upon a recommended order of a Support Enforcement Hearing Officer? So if the ordered was stamped by the presiding judge on March 27th, would the Motion be due Friday, April 7 (10 days not counting the day it was stamped) or would Section (d) of th...
If I were Opposing Counsel on the matter, I would argue 10 days is 10 days when it comes to an Order and that 2.514 governs periods of time outlined in the Rules (not Orders issued by the Court). Do not count on an additional 5 days, there is a very good possibility you will not get it. Also, I recommend hiring a lawyer.See question
Me and my ex co-signed on a car. She said she would pay monthly finance charges. She has never paid one cent and has disappeared with the car. I have never driven it once and do not have keys yet am still paying for car so that my credit is not...
Right now, you need to serve her 1st before this goes any further and since you have already filed, you only have a certain amount of time within which you may timely do so. As you stated, you cannot find her. If she has been evading service, you can perfect same through publication. If this sounds somewhat complicated, thats because it is. I recommend you get a lawyer. In response to your question as to 'what kind:' Most attorneys can handle this kind of thing. Those well versed in collection and located near Ft. Lauderdale (if thats where you are) would likely be your best bet.See question
I live in a large apartment complex in Florida (a no fault state) they were cutting branches down over my car and I know this because I work from home and saw them doing this. I went out to my car and noticed the damage. I immediately found the cr...
The No Fault portion deals with the first $10,000 of medical bills, not your property damage. That being said, it is their insurance who needs to pay. Nevertheless, contact your insurance - they will likely assist with getting anyone but them to pay.See question
My ex boyfriend used to take my car without permission or a valid drivers license and needless to say he completely ruined my car in more ways than one. First he cracked the radiator (among a plethora of other things) and kept riding it until it w...
You can sue, but depending on the damage and the amount the car is worth, you may spend more on counsel than you will recover in the end.See question
I summitted an application on line to a dealership for a car and was called by a salesperson saying I was approved if I brought them such and such documents and a cash deposit of $2500. I did and two weeks later I received a call a 1 pm from the s...
The facts here are not clear enough to provide an accurate answer. The $2,500 sounds like a down payment rather than a deposit. It also sounds like you were approved, they gave you the car, and then they didn't secure the financing. Contact counsel asap as there might be a legal remedy.See question