I was coming in rightmost lane and saw a police vehicle along with a truck stopped on the shoulder. I reduced by speed to 50MPH but not sure if state trooper saw that as I reduced my speed before crossing them. There was no person out from truck o...
This is not a situation to seek legal advice from an online Q&A forum. Hire an attorney to assist you or at the very least get legal guidance before deciding whether to plead as your driving record could be affected. Best wishes to you.See question
I co sigh a car loan for a girl and I wanna know if I can pick that car up my name is on the title
If you are a cosigner and your name is on title with the lender, then you have as much right to the vehicler as the other person. You cosigned, not co sighed.See question
My ex wife had an Order of Protection against me. It was a temporary order. It was dismissed when we went to court, however I believe it is hurting my chances of getting a good job. How do I get it removed from my record?
The OP is not hurting your chances. It is a civil, not a criminal matte and will not be removed. If it was dismissed, you are OK.See question
My friend was paroled. He caught a new case when he violated his parole by driving on a revoked license. He was bonded out & currently fighting that case. Meanwhile he caught a 2nd driving on revoked license case. They didnt find probable caus...
Your friend needs to discuss this situation in private with his attorney. You should refrain from any further discussion of his case online or anywhere else in public or even in private except with a lawyer - preferably your friend's lawyer. Furthermore, if you friend wants to avoid jail or prison, he should stop breaking the law.See question
Xwife was awarded deed with every 6 month trying to get a loan in her name and out of mine and now she left the left the house electric has been shut off and I have had to make 4 months of house payments how can I get the house back when we can't ...
You need to return to court. If you want to get title back into your name, a judicial deed may be the solution if your ex cannot be found and is not keeping up her end of the court order. You will still be liable on the mortgage so hire a lawyer and get into court ASAP.See question
If I was at work and my coworker physically hit me and my supervisor and my manager is telling me not to say anything that they're going to sweep it under the rug but I don't feel comfortable doing that because the young lady put her hands on me...
File a police report if your employer is unwilling to do anything. Suing in civil court is not the solution. Your company did not put you in a dangerous situation.See question
So I was caught attempting to steal from my local Target. It was my first time attempting to steal anything and trust me when I say it will never happen again. It was a lapse in judgement and the whole situation has been weighing on my conscience ...
You do not have to pay because you do not owe anything. Therefore, you need not be scared.
There is law in the state of Illinois which allows for civil action collection when there is a retail theft. Most people choose to ignore the demand. This demand is for money over and above any fine you pay in compliance with a court order. People may get a few more letters, each time asking for more, and then they stop. While the retailer can sue you, it is extremely rare for anyone to actually be sued. You do not owe any money unless you are sued and the retailer wins. This is a common ploy. Do not pay. If you do, you will be in the national retail theft database which could affect your ability to get a job and could impact your life in other ways. If you are uncomfortable, hire a lawyer and have the lawyer write a cease and desist letter. That should be the end of it.
Here is a good article: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120347031996578719.html
The National Retail Theft Database is actually a voluntary list put together by different individual retailers. Further, any member that published the information on the list, can thereafter remove it. Therefore, if you wish to have the entry removed, as you apparently do, your best bet would be to write a letter to the manager of the particular store and inquire as to what it would take for them to remove the entry.See question
Common law? huh?
Common law is generally accepted rule of law that is not codified - i.e., written into statute. Conflict of interest is exactly that. Apparently you have a situation that is not statutory in nature but is still a conflict of interest. Without more facts, it is not possible to answer further,See question
Can you notarize a prenup agreement without including any Financial disclosures in it?
Anything can be notarized. The notary simply is certification that the person who purpotedly signed a document is in fact that person.See question