I was doing donuts in a walmart parking lot at 4am and got the police called on me. I got a careless driving ticket. The officer did not see me do it and i did not hit anything. Nobody is pressing charges either. There were multiple walmart worker...
Careless driving simply requires the prosecution to prove that you failed to use due care while driving. This is a pretty low standard.
However, if the prosecution cannot produce any witnesses at trial who saw you drive and can testify that you were out of control, the charge should be dismissed. You have to decide whether it is worth it to set the case for trial vs. accepting the prosecution's offer to plead guilty to a lesser charge. The best way to fight this would be to hire an attorney, but you'll have to balance the cost of doing that against the consequences you face if you don't successfully challenge the ticket.
From what you describe, it sounds likely that you could beat the ticket if you are really willing to do what it takes.See question
I am being asked to pay spousal support and he wants half of my retirement. He works in new mexico forthe past 3 years. Does New Mexico required spousal support?
If your husband has been served, then you will likely need his permission to dismiss your pending divorce case. It sounds like you may be too far along to dismiss the current case over his objection.See question
I reported it to Casino Security and they have video of her cashing it in. I filed a report with the police and they know who she is. She told the casino and police she wanted to pay me back but I am unable to get in touch with her
Yes, this is a crime and it is often prosecuted in Gilpin County. You can follow up with the police to see if they will bring charges or you can sue the woman directly for civil theft and seek a judgment for three times the amount stolen.See question
The bondsman did a surety bond on my son, I couldn't pay the rest because having to move in hotel and my car was repoed I wasn't worry about him missing court but he over slept and now warrant 5 mos ago.hes scared
He overslept for 5 months????
You need to talk to your son. He needs to go to court. Until he does so, people will continue to chase him. Further, since you signed a promise to get him to court or pay the bond, YOU will continue to have problems unless your son turns himself in or you pay the money you owe the bondsman.
If your son doesn't take care of his court case, the bondsman is going to have to pay the bond money to the court. Then, if you cosigned for the bond, the bondsman will sue you and garnish your wages. You don't want this to happen so you need to make sure your son actually handles his business.
Your son needs an attorney or needs to apply for representation by the public defender's office if he is indigent.
Incidentally, if your son had gone to court the day after he overslept, he might have been able to get the warrant quashed and the bond reinstated. Since he, instead, ignored the problem for several months, his problem is bigger and it may be harder to avoid spending some time in jail before his case is resolved..See question
I keep getting calls that I owe money to an old Jcpenney card which has to be more than 9 years old I never got anything to go to court and they called my husband and said they will garnished his check if I dont pay it and he was never on that ca...
If you can get clear information about the debt collector calling you, schedule an appointment with an attorney who handles FDCPA claims. Threatening garnishment is a violation of the law (even if the debt is not barred by the statute of limitations) and you may be entitled to a judgment for statutory damages and attorney fees.See question
I have custody order finalized in Oct. regarding my toddler. Mom was found in default. she didn't comply with court instructions. I told her which papers she could file to lift the default judgement, and forms she could file to waive court fees. N...
The no contact order in your domestic relations case does not directly affect your parenting time orders unless the children are listed as a protected party. The incident might give your ex grounds to seek a modification of the orders if she actually goes to court and files a motion and the no contact order certainly makes parenting more difficult. It would probably be a good idea to talk to your criminal defense attorney about asking the court to modify the no contact order to allow discussions regarding your children.See question
Dad passed 1/1/17 Robert B. Eason 204 Herman Arnlan rd. Camden, NC. 27921. Job Black Gold Farms, 401 , insured,trucks,land ?,account,loans. He had an lady friend and the common law marriage isn't in that city/state. Also she had access to his acco...
You need to immediately contact a probate attorney in North Carolina. The longer you wait the more difficult it will be to do anything useful.See question
I have a friend that has a D.V. case and besides the many other mistakes. They have the birthrates wrong and this has caused his case to me marked juvenile domestic. There are 2 different dates for the victim one is 01/01/1900 the other says 01/01...
It depends on what he was actually charged with and whether the dates are corrected before trial.See question
An employee was caught stealing a 100 dollar bill while standing at the front desk WITH OWNER RIGHT NEXT TO HER. It was hard to catch at first as the employee was very slick about it. However once you caught it, it was obvious that she had taken i...
If the owner isn't concerned about being robbed, why do you care? The owner has the right to run his business poorly and run it into the ground if he wants to do so.
An employer can fire an employee for any reason or no reason at all, so the decision to keep the employee despite the evidence of theft is a (poor) business decision, not a legal issue. Apparently the owner is more concerned about confrontation with employees than being robbed.See question
Back in 2011 a debt collector wrongfully served someone who was not me and they were able to get a judgment against me for a debt from 2009. They just now tried garnishing my wages which is the first I learned of this debt. I filed a motion with t...
You have to raise the statute of limitations in the answer or the defense will be waived. Even if raised, however, the limitation period requires the lawsuit to be filed within the limitation period. The delay in service will not necessarily make the case invalid. For this reason, you may still have to deal with the question of whether or not you actually owe the debt.
As for any violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you will either file a separate action in federal court or raise the issue as a counterclaim in your answer.See question