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The temporary orders state that we were to mediate on or before December 21st of last year and it is now April. Opposing counsel has refused to answer our request for mediation for the past 3 months and claims they cannot afford mediation. I did...
I agree with my colleagues. File a Motion for Mediation and get a judge to order y'all to go to mediation. If the opposing counsel does not show, then he will be in violation of a court order. You should consult with a qualified Family Law attorney to represent you at the mediation.See question
I am 16, I stole over $50 at a Macy's so I was handed over to the police
Where you get a dismissal or successfully complete a deferred contract, you might still have an arrest record which could affect your employment opportunities. After the court case is complete, you should speak with an attorney about possibly sealing your juvenile record.See question
We were driving S & other person N before being struck head on at about 50mph. Wife & I both ended up in ER. No permanent damage but after 2 weeks still recovering from all the bruising & pain. Police report clearly shows no fault on our part & th...
Yes, you should contact a lawyer to review your rights and the possible outcomes of your case.See question
My passenger already signed the release to an auto accident settlement. The settlement paid all the medical bills to the medical providers from my attorney. There is only a little bit leftover for my passenger. One important question I want to kno...
Your passenger should be able to make a PIP claim. The signing for the Bodily Injury release should not affect his right to make a 1st party claim with your PIP carrier.See question
an arrest warrant was issued for a previous offense , that he was never even given a court date for.
The short answer to your question is yes, it is legal for a minor to be arrested without parents present. You should consult with a local Juvenile Criminal Defense attorney, if the State brings charges against your child.See question
Boy had fight with mom, pulled out a knife and threatened to throw it. He was arrested and placed in detention. Mom wants to sign "waiver to not prosecute." How soon after can the boy be released from detention?
It depends if the prosecution will accept a Waiver as a reason to recommend a release to the judge. Most likely there will be a detention hearing to determine if the minor is a danger to himself or other AND is allowing himself to be adequately supervised. You should also speak with the probation officer assigned to inquire if they recommend the child stay detained or be released. Lastly, speak with PreTrial Services to see if you qualify for a court appointed attorney.See question
I was driving South on Fonded and stopped at a red light . There was a car in the left lane as well as the right and there was one vehicle in front of me . A police came up behind me with lights on . I didn't know where I was supposed to go so ...
You should contact your local Bar Association for a list of personal injury attorneys who can give you a free consultation.See question
I am a student at Texas A&M Univ. I have a VERY LOW income. I live off of scholarships and my parents don't help me. I need to get this off my record to get a job after college. I am smart and can do this myself I just need the form. Any extra inf...
You should contact your local Bar Association for a list of attorneys who handle Expungment cases, or go to public library and do some research about the process to get an expungment. However, most attorneys will not simply email you the forms.See question
And all other laws were being followed. Such as unloaded. Not stolen. Not used in any crimes just simply found in the minors car unloaded even.
If it's the minor's first offense, the prosecution might suggest a deferred contract where he would have to fulfill specific terms of probation and once that is successfully completed the charges would be dismissed. You should contact your local Bar Association for a list of Juvenile Law attorneys in your area for representation.See question