I got caught driving on a revoked license but it's been 7 years since I caught a traffic violation does that even matter in court
How much does the lawyer charge?
That is up to the lawyer.
A seasoned vet like Mr. Harvatin is going to cost more than someone just out of law school. Sometimes it's more costly in a bigger city. It depends.
I would talk to several and hire the one you feel most comfortable with.See question
I was the cause of an accident in august and received a failure to reduce speed ticket with a court date. I showed up and was told they needed to contact the person I hit to make sure they were ok and that my insurance was taking care of everythin...
Keep showing up for court, BUT MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT PLEAD GUIITY, AS THAT CAN BE AN ADMISSION IN ANY CIVIL CASE.
Make certain you have reported this claim to the insurance company. Assuming the person was not badly injured and you have enough coverage, you should be fine without an attorney. But traffic court lawyers are inexpensive and it can never hurt, especially if you are hard of hearing and confused a bit. I'd tell you to get a lawyer; you won't be sorry!See question
Me and my 2 year old stood at a motel and he haves over 50 bites from bed bugs i took him to the ER right away and they prescribed some cream and benadryl.i got a report from the motel and doctor and took allot of photos. Do i have a case. My son ...
You did well to document everything. Make sure you keep receipts for any cleaning or new clothing.
This is a viable case. The key is whether the hotel knew about it or not previously, which can increase the value significantly.
Talk to a lawyer who handles bed bug cases. I know several.See question
Ever since the atty for the plaintiff and the judge went and left the courtroom to chat privately about our custody case I feel like things Re going terribly down hill. And since then since I'm pro so. The other sides atty even pulled me out of ...
Attorneys cannot lie to the Court or parties.
They should not meet ex parte with the judge. But was this a pretrial? Did you meet with the judge?
You should point out the order doesn't reflect your agreement before it is entered. Have the judge made aware.
If you get nowhere, you really should get a lawyer as I fear things are not as nefarious as you think. Rather, I'm guessing it's your misunderstanding.See question
I'm 16, and was caught driving this speed by an Illinois State trooper. I had one 16 year old passenger, unrelated, with me at the time of offense
Listen to attorney Warchter's advice. Get a lawyer!See question
My ex recently filed a Motion for Additional Visitation. Our order dated 2014 indicates that if either of us wish to make changes to the current order, we must first notify the other in writing and communicate on such before any mediation or cour...
If you must do this yourself, point out the agreement in your response.See question
law (Rekosh vs. Parks) favor me. Damages are not clear due to the fact that it is an emotional distress case. I have been deposed and the lawyer that represented me at the deposition said that I came across as smart, intelligent, educated, very h...
So your firmer lawyer told you realistically why you should settle. So rather than listen to his wisdom, you fired him. And your question is what exactly?
Class cart in value. Juries are not predictable. Race plays a role (see O.J.). Either take a huge risk or take short money. That's litigation.See question
I have a case that is a breach of contract but the person breached their contract but they way they gone about it was clearly and provable in causing severe emotional distress and their conduct wouldn't be seen in a positive light. That being said...
Not in a contract case. Not happening here. Sorry.See question
Defendent has been in jail for 116 days and has yet to see discovery/evidence and has one more month to make final decision, He hired his own attorney
The attorney should share discovery with the client. There is no rule on this he should ask again and again.See question
I got pulled over for a DUI last night because I was speeding 71 in a 45 and I got a ticket for that I got a ticket for tinted windows that they rolled up to see if the tint was legal. I didn't have my insurance on me so I also got a ticket for th...
You can get legal advice from the cop who arrested you. If you're wrong, you can go to jail for up to a year, pay a huge fine in the thousands, and lose your license.
But that wouldn't be smart, would it?
You're in deep doo doo.
You absolutely need a criminal lawyer now. You've made admissions in a public forum. Stop talking and lawyer up. This is not going away. You're in trouble. Get a lawyer ASAP!See question