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Driving Without A Valid Driver'S License In Illinois?
What Are The Criminal Charges? If You Get Caught? (Not Suspended Or Revoked But Never Issued)
The CRIMINAL charges are nothing compared to CIVIL issues if you have an accident.
1) You may be at least partially liable for an accident even if you were not a fault (because you should not be on the road in the first place).
2) You will be fully liable for any damages, costs, injuries, etc.. that ARE your fault because you will not be insured.. even if the owner of the car HAS it insured.
3) If you do not own the car, the OWNER will be sued for damages too (bet on it.. it is called a shotgun lawsuit.. aimed at getting the most out of everyone). The OWNER will not have any coverage so he/she will have to eat it or sue you (get in line).
4) If it is a substantial judgement or debt, it will follow you around for at lest 7 and as much as 14 years garnishing your or possibly your family (should you marry) wages. All the time gathering interest at approximately 7% (try to get THAT at a bank now-a-days)
5) Lesser things: If you just get pulled over.. you will get a ticket and the car will be towed and impounded (About $300+).
6) If this is a second or third offense, you might see jail time - unlikley but possible)
its much cheaper to invest the $20 or so and go get a license.
Yesterday My Dog Got Loose And My Stepuncle Piced The Dog Up And Punched And Kikd Him Then Grabed Him By The Neck And I Told Him To To Put The Dog Down And Called Him A Scumbag The I Went Home Without The Dog A Because He Let The Dog Run Away And The Dog Was Scared Then When I Went Inside He Came Inside And Was Sreaming In My Face Saying Thing Like Im Gunna Have My Friend Beat You Up Being Im Only 15 And He Is 30.Then He Started Spitting In My Face And I Told Him To Get Out Of My Face Then I When He Kept Spiitng In My Face A Pushed Him Then He Said Hes Pressing Charges So Then He Gat A Great Idea To Get Back In My Face To Tell The Police I Hit Him Again Ause He Was Spiting After That I Walked Away And He Decides To Spit And Yell And Get About 2 Inches From My Face So I Spit In His Then He Left And Said He Was Telling The Cops Which He Nvr Did
During This He Broke My Front Door
What Would Happen If I Repoted Him To My School Because I Dnt Want Him Living Here.
Could I Get In Troble?
I'm not a lawyer, so this isn't legal advice. But I am an adult, and I am concerned for you. 30 year old men have no business acting like this towards 15 year old persons, and a person of that age, acting like that, regardless of the provocation he could cite, is not demonstrating appropriate self-control.
Sure, talk to your school counselors about the situation. They have training in handling these kinds of problems, and will be familiar with local resources. You shouldn't get in trouble for talking about this to your school counselors. But in order for the situation to really change at home, his behavior is going to have to change, or he's going to have to leave. Change is harder for some families, or family members, than for "normal" families. So, I'd be kidding you, if I said there wasn't likely to be any kind of fall out in your home, from you discussing this with school personnel. But that is the price of changing the situation for the better, and feeling safe.
If this step-uncle is a real danger to you, as I think he might be, then you may be faced with the choice of going into foster care, which I can't usually bring myself to recommend. But foster care is better than having a guy like that do to you, what he did to that dog.
Talk to your school counselors. Or, talk to a minister at a local church (doesn't matter if you don't go that church, or if you know anyone there. Ministers in recognized churches often get training in family counseling, in their seminary studies. A good minister is going to be concerned for you, first, and is not going to try to convert you to his religion before helping you. Try the Episcopal, the Methodist, the Presbyterians, or the Unitarian churches in your area, for the least doctrinaire ministers in your area.)
This is too big a problem to try to handle yourself.
Business Partner Sabotage: Chances For Success In Litigation?
My Father Wants To Sue His Former Business Partner On The Grounds That The Partner Made Numerous Negligent And Unwise Business Decisions Without Consulting My Father, Which Drained The Company'S Finances, And After Which The Partner Offered To Buy Out My Father'S Shares (Which Had Lost Significant Value). Is There Anything Actually Illegal Here? Would A Lawsuit Be Likely To Get Some Gains For My Father, Or Would It More Likely Just Amount To A Lot Of Hassle And Lawyer Fees?
"shareS"? Plural, as in actual, printed-on-paper, stock certificates? or "share", singular, as in 'percentage' of total net or gross value? As a stock issuing registered corporation, there Are rules and regulations that might well be worth pursuing and could even result in prison sentencing - But as a "simple partnership" arrangement, it's nothing more than "a messy divorce".
I Need Legal Advice My Sons Father Is A Child Support Lawyer !?
I Recently Found Out That My Son (Who Is Almost 3 ) Father Was Not My Ex But A Man I Slept With Once. He Is A Child Support Lawyer. We Havnt Truly Discussed What We Are Going To Do. He Hasnt Given Me An Answer But Says He Is Trying To Process This. He Is Married With A Child Who Is 4 Months Younger Than My Son And An Older Daughter He Had With Another Woman. I Didnt Know Any Of This At The Time. He Wants To Do This Under The Table And Wants Me To Get Off My Welfare Which I Will I Work Part Time And I Get Money From Aid To Help Take Care Of The Child. Im Concerned That He Wants To Do It Under The Table And Since I Dont Know The Law Im Afraid Things Are Going To Be A Little Messy By Not Going Through The Courts. What Should I Do?
What ever you do, do not let someone talk you into doing something under the table that you know is not right. The fact that the other party is married is probably why he is suggesting that any arrangements you make ie: child support etc. be done under the table. That is his problem/concern not yours. Do what is right for you and your child. Good Luck to you.
Need The Best Lawyer!?
Dose Any One Know The Best Criminal Lawyer In Houston???
If money is no issue, call Rusty Hardin. But beware, he's incredibly expensive.
What is the charge?
Do I Need A Lawyer????
I'Ve Been Subpoenaed Before The Grand Jury. Because Of Something I'Ve Supposidly Said To Someone Regarding A Open Criminal Case... Do I Need A Lawyer Before I Go??? I Don'T Even Remember What I Said Or To Whom I Said It To??? I Really Don'T Want To Be Apart Of It One Way Or Another.
Thanks For The Help.
If you have been subpoenaed, you have to go, you don't have a choice. If you don't you will be held in comtempt of court and you might go to jail. If you are just going to give testimony, you won't be on trial for anything, they are just looking for information. You could consult an attorney about any possible culpability for yourself in the matter, but you will still have to go and testify regardless.