My previous job was required by law to offer heath insurance to employees working 2 years or longer full-time. This job was believed to be a staffing agency. Money was taken out my check every week to pay for what I believe was a fake insurance pl...
There is not enough information available to answer your question. Why do you believe the insurance was "fake" and how were the payments structured? Did your employer pay a portion or was the entire premium taken out of your pay?See question
I have two poss charges and on 12 yrs 10 yr t.d.c 2yr state I fair a hair test n Dec 2016 and a u a n Feb of 2017 I'm go n front of a Weatherford judge. Of March 21 2017 what am I look n at
Your question was difficult to understand but I believe you are asking what will happen if you violated certain conditions of your probation, correct? If so, the judge has a range of options including jail sanctions and additional terms that can be added all the way up to revocation and a prison sentence. It depends on the judge's philosophy and how "tough on crime" they choose to be. At the very least, you are probably going back to jail for a while.See question
Super long story short: I got a dwi in may. Hired an attorney but he missed my ALR hearing amongst a few other mishaps so I'm in the process of switching attorneys. So I got a PI a month after the dwi. I was sitting in my car in the parking lot of...
In all likelihood, it will cause you to be kicked out and to be adjudicated on the DWI. You really need to hire a good lawyer immediately so they can take some proactive steps to help you.See question
4th Dwi just used mouth wash it violated rinsed mouth out with water blew again and past but the picture didn't take does that happen a lot the picture not taking
You will go back to jail in Montgomery County. No on believes the mouthwash story and it does not matter. Your bond conditions state you shall not have any alcohol. It does not matter to a judge how or why, only that you violated the condition. Hire an attorney that is well versed in DEI in Montgomery County and let them do their job. You are off to a bad start and it is going to take a very good lawyer to help you with this because I can promise you that the prosecutor will be bringing this failure up again and again, at every opportunity to the judge. If this case goes to trial, the prosecutor can bring it up in front of the jury when requesting a higher punishment. So, get a good lawyer is my advice; you are really going to need it now!See question
How can clear my criminal background
Hire an attorney that is familiar with expungements or motions to seal. Any competent criminal lawyer should be able to handle this for you.See question
this case been prolonged for 6 months and the attorney has been paid out but he speaks as if he is siding with the court
Yes, it is possible but if you are set on doing this, sooner is better than later because your new attorney will need time to prepare.See question
The girl involved beat on her boyfriend he defended himself. Cops got called he's facing felony charges for the protection order in place. Yet she turned right around 2 days later and bailed him out?! Can this be dismissed because she bailed him out?
NO! And I would add that you are making a life altering mistake by violating that order in even the slightest possible way!See question
I had numerous interlock violations earlier this month and after my Supervision meeting a no bond warrant was issued for my arrest. I plan to self surrender to the court today. What can I expect to happen? Do I need to make a plea in my DWI ...
You should hire an experienced lawyer before making any decisions. There is no way to answer your question without knowing more. Entering a plea is a life altering decision that should not be entered into without expert assistance. Too much is at stake.See question
I hired and attorney Aug 2014 for my injuries and vehicle damage, went to therapy. All accounts were closed in Nov 2015 and they received compensation from other parties insurance. I was told since January 2016 that they are negotiating to lower t...
The only thing I would add to the great responses you have already received is to make an appointment with your attorney to discuss exactly what is left to do on your case and verify that your attorney is not waiting on additional information from you. It is always a good idea to go over everything and make sure that your attorney has everything they need and verify that the hold up is coming from the other side.
Hello, I am an attorney in PA and I have a client who was convicted of a DUI about 30 years ago in California. He said he only paid a fine and did not go to jail. Do any California attorneys know if DUI was a misdemeanor 30 years ago or a just tr...
Your best bet is to go the NCDD website and locate a Claifornia DWI expert and ask them your question directly. That way, you can be sure that you are getting the correct answer as California definitely has some interesting laws.See question