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After Criminal Charges Are Filed Can The Victim Still File A Civil Case?
If Criminal Charges Were Filed And Dismissed (A Misdeamonr). Can The Victim Still File Civil Charges To Regain Loses?
Sure of course you can file a civil suit against a person criminal charges are filed against. However, you still have a statute of limitations issue to deal with so you must make sure that you have timely filed suit in your civil case.
Remember the burden of proof in a criminal case is beyond a reasonable doubt, which is the highest burden of proof. However, in a civil case the burden of proof is preponderance of the evidence which is a much lower burden of proof standard necessary to prove ones case.
Just because the burden of proof was not proved in a criminal case lets say (I know you said the criminal case in your example was dismissed) that does not mean in a civil suit that the proof would not be met. Think about the O.J. Simpson case were the criminal case said he was "Not guilty" (which does not mean he was innocent but only the evidence against him was not proved to the juries satisfaction beyond a reasonable doubt. However, in the civil suit brought against Mr. Simpson he was subsequently found responsible and liable for the deaths of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson. The standard of proof was lower in the civil case.
What Are The Grandparents Rights?
My Brother Has A 2 Year Old Son And The Mom Is Keeping Him From Him Because He Has A New Girlfriend! My Mom Is Getting Fed Up Because She Never Let'S Him Come Over For Anything, We See Him Maybe Once A Moth For Probably About 5 Or 6 Hours And He Has To Be Home Before 8Pm They Lived With Us For A While But When They Broke Up She Left, They Have No Custody Agreements, He Pays Child Support But She Won'T Let Him See The Baby Because &Quot;He Has A Girlfriend&Quot;.. My Parents Are Fed Up And Want To Know If They Can Get A Lawyer And Take Her To Court And Get Some Kind Of Visitation? Please Answer Asap! My Brother Is By No Means A Sucky Parent, He'S Safe Here, Everything! The Only Thing She Has Against Him Is He Is Dating Someone New But It'S Been Almost A Year Now, Can She Legally Keep Him From His Dad Just Because He Has A New Girl?
He needs to go to court and petition for custody/visitation.
This doesn't seem as much as grandparents rights or even father's rights as much as it seems to be a case of child rights.
She cannot keep the child from the father and will have to answer to it in court. He must put his foot down and act swiftly. It is not that difficult to get this rolling in court, even without an attorney. I did it all on my own and ended up with custody.
As far as the grandparents issue, I do not know about every state but many states will not award grandparents visitation if both the child's parents are involved. Yes, there was a time when GP's could get visitation but some courts have moved away from that.
Please, grab your brother by the collar and take him to the courthouse to get this rolling. Tell him for me that he has more rights now than ever before. I think he will find it will turn out better than he thinks.
Dental Malpractice Claim Law?
My Orthodontist Order Me Extraction For My Impacted Tooth
And I Called This Dentist And He Saw My Xray And Confirmed
He Could Extract It.
So I Went Today And He Said He Will Open Up My Roof
And See If He Can And Took 3 Xrays Before
To See If Really He Could
And After That He Said He Will Try To Extract My Tooth
Which Took 3Hours And So
After 3Hours Of Surgery He Told Me That I Lost My Front Tooth
Which Was Perfectly Fine Before But I Dont Have Any Idea What He Did To My Teeth But My Front Tooth Is Swings Like It Will Fall Off In Anysecond
He Didnt Even Extract The Root Of The Impacted Tooth
And Its Still There Half Broken
He Told Me He Will Not Charge For The Surgery
And I Need 5 Bridges For My Front Teeth.
He Shouldve Told Me Before He Got Greedy And Got Into Surgery And Mistakenly Or For Any Reason He Shouldve Told Me To Go To Oral Surgeon Or To The Hospital Where Big Dental Clinic Is .
Do You Think I Have A Case For Dental Malpractice?
He Is Not Even A Oral Surgeon.
My Gums Are Turning Black And When I Breathe In My Front Tooth Gets Cold And Swings A Bit.
What Should I Do? Help
Contact a medical malpractice attorney. Only a lawyer, after a full consult, will be able to determine whether you have a good case or not. It will depend upon whether your dentist did/didn't do something most other dentists would/wouldn't have done.
By the way, your gums are probably turning black because there is an infection. You should get that fixed immediately.
-All the best
How To Evict A Tenant On Non Payt Of Contract Amount In A Mobile Home?
We Were Selling A Mobile Home By Ourselves With A Contract To
Women And She Hasn'T Been Paying On Time Or Any Of The Money But About 50 To 100 Dollars Every Once In Awhile. We Have To Pay Lot Rent For This Trailer To Be In This Park And She Has Not Paid Us On Time Ever For A Year. She Lost Her Job So We We Lenant And Now She Is Still Not Working Full Time.. We Would Like To Take The Trailer Back So We Can Get It Back On The Market To Sell.. What Can We Do .. She Lives In Chemung County , Ny
Below you will find steps that need to be taken to evict a tenant. However if you have a sale contract it may be different. The reason is now you are acting as a bank, not a landlord. And they are not tenants but owners. So you might have to go through Foreclosure with them.
I'd suggest that you contact a lawyer. Does every lawyer require a consultation fee? No. It depends upon the lawyer and the type of case. Many lawyers agree to provide a limited consultation for no charge. When you call a lawyer’s office with a question, or you want an appointment, you should ask about their consultation fees.
In Tompkins County you can:
1. Call 1-800-342-3661 (Lawyer Referral Service - a state-run service).
2. Contact the Tompkins County Bar Association at 607-533-8222. Generally, a call to the county Bar Association will result in a reference to the names of a few attorneys that may practice law in the area of your interest.
3. Check the local yellow pages.
4. Talk to your friends and neighbors about recommendations.
5. Check this Web Site. We have a directory of attorneys belonging to the local Bar Association. You may also visit the “links” section to see if the attorney you wish to contact has established a web site.
How to evict a tenant:
1. Determine valid reasons under local laws for evicting the tenant, such as failure to pay rent, repeated violations or the breach of a lease clause.
2. Step TwoGive the tenant adequate written notice that you are terminating his or her tenancy, following state and local eviction procedures.
3. Step ThreeFile a lawsuit to evict the tenant if the tenant does not move or correct violations after receiving a termination notice.
4. Step FourRealize the tenant may mount a defense against your eviction lawsuit, possibly increasing the time of the eviction process.
Tips & Warnings
If you win the eviction lawsuit, most states require that tenants receive a written notice to vacate the premises, delivered and served by a law enforcement officer.
Landlords who know their legal rights and comply with local landlord-tenant laws stand the best chance of successfully evicting a tenant.
Consult with local rental housing authorities or a knowledgeable real estate attorney about proper eviction procedures under your state and local laws.
Comply exactly with local and state eviction procedures to avoid costly delays or mistakes in the eviction process.
Avoid taking illegal actions against a tenant, including "self-help" eviction measures like changing the tenant's locks, physically removing the tenant's possessions, or taking retaliatory actions against the tenant
Help!! Legal Advice!?
I Have A Warrant For My Arrest In This Small Town Of Del City, Oklahoma. I Got Into A Physical Fight With A Girl And She Pressed Charges But I Was Defending Myself To Make A Long Story Short I Went To Jail And Bailed Out. I Moved Back To Texas And Stop Going To Court Appears Because Of Financial Reasons. Nearly 4 Years Later I Happen To Call And Found Out There Is A Warrant. What Should I Do? The Court Said I Can Send Them Money Or Come Way Up There To Go To Court. If I Do Decide To Go Will They Keep Me When I Show Up? Should I Contact A Lawyer Around The Area To Try To Fight The Case? Will This Go On My Record If I Just Pay Them The Money? And, Risk My Career In Nursing? Help!!!
It's already on your record. When you fail to appear in court your bail is forfeited and a bench warrant is issued for your arrest. It stays on your record until the matter is adjudicated and you can be arrested by any law enforcement officer who stops you and runs a background check if the bench warrant shows up so it would be in your best interest to resolve this now.
Do retain a lawyer with criminal defense experience in the Del City area. He or she will be able to determine what has to be done to resolve your case. If you are lucky, because so much time has passed and the prosecutor probably would have a hard time locating the witnesses, e.g. the girl who you got in a fight with, you may be able to get off easy but leave that for your lawyer to handle.
How Can We Improve Service Dog Laws?
On The News, I Saw A Fake Service Dog Attack A Real Service Dog Who Passed By. Along With The Report Were People Carrying Around Their Fluffy Pocket Pooches, Claiming They'Re Esas While Dragging Them In Public. Other Fake Services Dogs Weren'T Even Decently Mannered And Being Petted By Anyone Who Approached. Obviously This Is Getting Out Of Control And Too Easy To Fake.
In Your Opinion, How Can We Improve Service Dog Laws To Prevent &Amp; Bust Fakes?
What Should The Penalties Be For Fakers Caught In The Act?
FEDERAL laws requiring proof of training AND certification, proven upon demand, end of. No, you dont have to explain to anyone what you suffer from, the only interest would be that the your dog is LEGIT and so is its training. Breaking the law should include a fine of $10 K and a year in a Federal prison.