Battery/cause bodily injury. Case was dismissed and stricken.
It means your case was dismissed and taken off the docket.
You need to learn if it was dismissed with prejudice.
It may, as counsel before said, more facts are necessary to determine if the finding will help the civil suit.See question
I'm in the hiring process for a new job. However, I have a criminal charge on my record from another state. I gave the employer access to the county public access record, where they can see all the details of the crime. However, they're also wanti...
You can send a Freedom Of Information Act ("FOIA") request for the police report. Go to the website of the police department and they may have a form online and direction on how and where to send the request.See question
We had a total of 9 people and four of them manage to run away and the rest we also going to but we manage to hold those while we call the police and those five payed. But if they come back again can we refuse to let them in.
Contact the local police department and request to file a no trespass order on them.See question
Person was convicted of 5 felonies and hurt in the process of arrest after several months of court and no proof from CPD the Chargers were dropped to misdemeanor
It depends on the plea. A person cannot plead guilty in the criminal case and come back and claim they did not do the act in a civil suit.See question
I was shopping with my kids the magnet was speaking with another customer when he said dam he got for kids followed by laughter dam my name don't know when to pull out I would have been pulled out
There is not enough here to file a lawsuit, but you need to file a complaint with corporate.See question
AFTER CLEANING THE SNOW OFF OF A SQUAD CAR IN THE POLICE DEPT PARKING LOT, I SLIPPED ON ICE UNDER THE SNOW. I LANDED ON MY ELBOWS AND KNEES. THIS WAS IMMEDIATELY REPORTED TO MY SUPERVISOR AND WENT TO MY OWN DOCTOR THE NEXT DAY. I CONTINUED TO WORK...
An attorney that does worker's compensation. That is how you can protect yourself.See question
I was arrested because a neighbor made a false statement to police. In court, I was found not guilty. I incurred legal fees and was denied a job due to a background check that uncovered the charges. What would my civil damages be classified as,...
You can sue the neighbor for malicious prosecution. Your damages will be the attorney fees, lost wages(tough to prove on lost job opportunity) and emotional distress. However, are there assets to recover from your neighbor? Their homeowners insurance may or may not cover this claim as it was intentional.See question
looking for a personal injury attorney. One has been recommended. I want to check him out.
It has already been stated, but this site has reviews of attorneys. You just need to enter their name.See question
I've been presented the opportunity to become a informant if I do so can the d.a dismiss my current charge
It is possible. But, we have had clients that agreed to provide information and were later charged. The police said the info was not good enough and they could not convince the state's attorney to dismiss the charges. So be careful.See question