I received a citation for letting someone drive my car without a license, and I have to appear in court .
It depends. You could potentially get a reduction. Further I am not clear without seeing the ticket what degree of misdemeanor this is. If it is a M1 that could be up to 6 months in jail. If a M4 30 days in jail. I do not think I have ever seen anyone get jail time on a negligent entrustment, but you obviously have risk. If you let a drunk person drive, and they killed someone, expect some jail. If you did not know they were without a license, and they cannot prove you knew, then maybe you need to have a trial. I would hire an attorney. Good luckSee question
I don't have a ride to work and my license have been suspended a couple times for not having insurance.
It is unclear why you need driving privileges ? Were you charged with an OVI and is it your second or did you refuse ? IF yes, then YES, you must wait the 30 days, at least. Understand that privileges are just that, a privilege. You are not guaranteed them. Good luck. Hire an attorney.See question
My boyfriend got a breaking and entry change even though he never broke in. He was caught with gloves and now he's in jail. He went to court today they gave him a bond for 25000 and gave him a pelimanery hearing and told me that he is waiting on h...
So, it seems that he was arrested in a municipality, a smaller city court. Waiting for an indictment means that the county is going to charge him with a felony. That takes some time to do, depending on how they go about doing it. So, if he cannot bond out, he will sit in jail. If he can, he can go back to his normal life until he is indicted. This is a criminal question. and I have reclassified the same for you. Good luckSee question
My neighbor called the police for excessive barking of my dog at 6pm for a 5min. Potty break. Dog barks because her dogs bark first or there are kids playing ball outside. Pup is harmless, just excited. We only let him out 4 times a day-5 mins ...
People have the right to call the police. Either they will ticket you, or they will realize that the caller is a pest and they will start to ignore. A barking dog, unless excessive is pretty reasonable. On a deeper level bad neighbors are horrific. Not sure if you can move, but if you can, I would think about it. These types of cases generally only escalate. I would mind my own business, and just be a good citizen. Good luck.See question
My dog went in for routine spay surgery and had an infection. She became very ill following the surgery so I took her to another vet since the surgeon stated she did not know the cause of health decline. The 2nd vet proved through testing and medi...
You can demand what ever you want. The only question is if you get it back. You can also file a lawsuit against the vet. You would need your vet either to testify, or at a bare minimum produce a letter that sets forth that there was errors / malpractice on the part of your vet. So, sure, ask for the money back and see what happens. Good luck.See question
Will past evictions show up for an change
There is no way to know what type of search he conducts, and if that search has access to maiden names and older records. So, sorry, I am not sure this question can be answered. Good luck.See question
Since I've moved into my apartment I've had nonstop issues. First my neighbors didn't like that my puppies bark so they called the cops and humane society making false reports. Told the cops my boyfriend and I were fighting. Not sure what they tol...
Sorry, No. Bad neighbors are always a problem. This situation is horrible for you, and I am sorry. Unless the land lord wants to let you out of the lease, these are issue beyond the control of the landlord. Talk to him. If he says tough, then all you can do is move out at the end of your lease, or break the lease, and maybe he sues you, maybe he doesn't. Sorry. Wish the answer was better. Good luck.See question
I am currently living in a rented townhome with my fiancé and his 4 children where I am not listed on the lease. We received a letter to vacate the premises due to his 8 year old son *Adam* slashing multiple car tires (5 vehicles in total). Adam h...
At this point in time YOU should not be held liable. If you are not on the lease, and have not caused the damage, then YOU should not be liable personally. However, IF you are on the lease, then yes, you can and will be held liable for damage to the unit. Good luck.See question
Being evicted got three-day notice set out notice
I am unclear on your question. If you received a 3 day notice of eviction ? That means that the eviction has not been filed with the court yet. You can leave in that time frame, or contact the landlord and make arrangements to get out by a date certain. I am uncertain if the eviction has already been granted, and the bailiff is coming to move you out. If you have a notice for that, and it has a specific date on it. THAT day is the day that if you are not out, the bailiff / sheriff will come and move you and all of your belongings to the curb. You had better figure out what is going on and act immediately. Good luck.See question
She messaged us over Facebook and told we had 30days but I don't feel that is proper way I thought u had to write out and sign and deliver it
You are required to be given a written 30 day notice. In this day in age, a face book message, email, text may suffice as written notice. Once the 30 days lapses you will need to be served with a 3 day notice. To Attorney Earle's point however, it is unclear if a tenant has the right to evict another tenant. Likely not. Likely the land lord would need to evict both of you and then resign a lease with just you. Good luck.See question