I moved a motorcycle out of my garage to clean the garage. the motorcycle stayed outside for a couple of days before I was able to put it back into garage. a couple days later I received a letter from my village informing me of my violation. our t...
If it's visible, it can be ticketed.See question
I live in mount prospect, my drivers license has my mount prospect address, but my car is registered to my last house in south elgin. My car was parked in a private parking lot, behind my condo complex which is owned by an association. My car also...
Absolutely. It's happened to me and other people I know.
If your vehicle is registered someplace, you need a sticker for that place, if they required it.
If you are parked somewhere that requires a sticker and you don't have one, you can argue the ticket is incorrect because that is not where it is registered, but some municipalities require that all vehicles in their community have some sort of a sticker. If you didn't have one, you'd be in violation.
Problem: My ex - lawyer filled a citation for recovery of funds in Probate Court and the findings was " court dismissed the citation proceeding for want of evidence" That was June of 2014 . She was dismissed, not because of the trail but other pro...
I think you really need to see another lawyer before you start bandying about terms like "legal malpractice" and "statute of limitations."
There is no showing yet that malpractice occurred or that you were harmed by it.
We have no idea what your attorney-client agreement provided for.
We do not know what things were filed when.
First thing you do is find a lawyer to look over everything to see if: a) this can be "fixed," and b) if not, whether there was malpractice. If there was, then you can worry about that as step 2.
Find an attorney who handles probate litigation matters as a start.See question
You are on a legal website and you need legal advice, so you made a good start.
Your post says "civil rights," which can mean a lot of things. But if you are looking to talk to a civil rights lawyer, it's easy. Simply type in "civil rights lawyer Chicago" in the "find a lawyer" tab at the top of this page, and a list of attorneys in that area will pop up. Call them, email them, ask them questions. That's how you find a lawyer.
Good luck!See question
I was holding my phone in my hand to connect it to my charger. I drive for my job and am at various stores all day and cannot charge my phone on a regular basis. I was not talking on the phone (on speakerphone or otherwise) and I was also not send...
I think if you're willing to spend no money on a lawyer, you could possibly beat this. Since it's not s moving violation for a first offense, I wouldn't bother.See question
Within the week of delivery of Pottery Barn sofa, I retuned to the AZ store with concerns that the sofa was too hard, unforgiving and unlike the model I thought I bought. I was told it 'takes time break in.' Corp cust rel reiterated that it 'could...
Unless you ha e proof the couch delivered is not the couch you purchased, there's no bait and switch.
I do t see a legal claim.
Best bet might be a credit toward another couch.See question
I failed to appear to my court summons as the defendant in a case with a debt collector, I looked online and can see the case was set as default call with a court date. My question is will I be served again or do I just need to get a lawyer and be...
Failing to appear means you are already in default, or will be shortly.
You need to do more than just "show up!"
First, you need to file a motion within the time limit and with paying the fee to vacate any defaults. Then you need to file your appearance.
I suggest you talk to a lawyer in this area ASAP.See question
I have been going through the court system for numerous years regarding custody, etc. I am out of financial options to continue financing my situation. I have been represented up to this point, but can no longer afford to retain an attorney for ...
First of all, you are always free to act as your own attorney, but realize you are held to the same standard as one.
Second, it is NEVER appropriate to attach an agreement with an attorney to a pleading. That is confidential. Bad idea. I'm completely at sea as to why you would want to do that or why you think the Court needs to see that.
If you decide to file pro se, simply make sure your present attorney withdraws. Then, you file an appearance for yourself. That should be it.See question
My conditional PR will expire in Dec but i have a valid form I-551 stamped on my international passport and valid till April, 2017. Is it ok for me to travel abroad in January while my application to remove condition is being processed.?
This is a duplicate question. It is not aviation, but immigration advice that you need.
The category is changed.
Direct your inquiry to an immigration attorney.See question
My conditional PR will expire in Dec but i have a valid form I-551 stamped on my international passport and valid till March, 2017. Is it ok for me to travel abroad in January while my application to remove condition is being processed.?
Your question is an immigration question, not aviation, so I have changed the category.
Please ask an immigration lawyer.See question