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A Person Was Caught Plotting To Kidnap My Kid...Need Legal Information?
I Received A Call From A Detective In Indiana Informing Me That An Ex Girlfriend Of My Son'S Dad, They Dated Over 14 Years Ago, Long Before He And I Hae Ever Met, Was Planing To Kidnap My Son. The Detective Said That She Could Not Give Me Any Specifics Of The Case Just Yet. But From What I Gather, She Had Tried To Hire A Person To Actually Do The Kidnapping, That Person Then Called The Cops On Her, And They Either Found A Note Book Or Was Given A Note Book By The Person Hired To Do The Kidnapping, Where She Had Plotted Out The Kidnapping. I Had Heard That The Police Where Called By The Person She Tried To Hire, Not Long After She Had Either Called Or Met This Person To Talk About The Kidnapping. Now My Son Is A Toddler, And The Kidnapping Would Have Been Across State Lines. The Detective Spoke With Me Today To Verify My Kid'S Age And Name Before Taking It To The Prosecutor. This Person Has Been A Constant Problem For Me For Over 3 Years Now, And I Worry Because Her Craziness Keeps Progressing. 3 Months Ago She Tried Extorting Us, When That Didn'T Work She Threatened To File False Charges Against My Son'S Father,And Now I Find Out She Was Plotting To Kidnap My Son. My Question Is Is This Enough To For The Cop/Prosecutor To Finally Take Seriously? If So, What Will She Be Charged With And What Happens From There? The Detective Had Me Send Over Emails Where She Tried Extorting Us, But I Was Worried Because They Didn'T Say Much On The Phone, And Only Asked A Few Questions About The Whole Thing. Please Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated. I Never Imagined That I Would Have To Deal With This Type Of Situation.
For legal advice, you should consult an attorney.
Nobody here would be able to give you the detailed advice that you need in this type of situation.
As far as what she will be charged with and what happens after that, charges are filed by the District Attorney who has the sole option of placing formal charges or not. There is no way of knowing at this point. If she is charged, she will be formally indicted and then a trial will be set. If convicted, she gets the time sentenced by the judge. If not, she goes free.
Does Anyone Know Anything About Lexington Law Firm?
What Is Lexington Law Firm And Do They Really Clear Your Credit?
Lexington Law helps you to dispute the items in your credit history reports that are inaccurate or erroneous. They can also help with monitoring your reports and coaching you on how to improve your credit record. That's basically it.
They'll dispute erroneous items with the credit bureaus and with your creditors. That's something you can do yourself too, but they have it down to a science and can probably do it more effectively and efficiently.
Is it worth their fee? You have to decide for yourself.
If the blemishes on your credit record are accurate (in other words, you really were 60 days late 5 times, for example, on paying one account) then Lexington won't be able to help. No one will.
No one can clear your credit of items that are accurate. You have to wait 7 years (sometimes more) for those items to drop off your history. So start by examining your credit report and seeing if you really have any disputable items. If so, Lexington can help. If not, no one can.
What Are The Legal Rights In North Carolina If..?
My Girl &Quot;Friend&Quot;,Who Has A Child 4 Yrs Old. Moved In With A Man In North Carolina And Suddenly He'S &Quot;Told&Quot; Her To Move Out! She'S Lived With Him For 4 Months Along With Her Son And Now Does'Nt Know What To Do. Does Anyone Know Her Legal Rights?,Can He Make Her Leave? Does She Have Any Rights? Legally?
I'm no lawyer, but if she is not officially on any lease or rental agreement for the property she is staying in, there is probably not much than can be done legally. Plus, the situation doesn't seem to merit any legal action.
Secondly, why would she want to stay? It's probably a very tense and unstable environment for the mother and child. She might want to consider moving out of his home and stay with a friend or family member if possible. If she has low income, she might be able to apply for some assistance with the state in regards to housing, food, etc...
If she does not have the savings or the financial situation to move, she could consider the use of an apartment/home locator as their services are usually free, they know the best deals, and some offer free movers or cash back incentives. So, someone with limited income to spend on moving expenses, could benefit from one of these services helping them out, especially on short notice.
My best advice, if there is no possibility for reconciliation... she should get out as soon as possible for the sake of the child.
My sister, is single mom of 2 teen girls.... I understand.
What Questions Should I Ask A Traffic Lawyer?
I Am Trying To Find A Lawyer For A Reckless Driving Ticket And I Am Wondering What Questions Should I Ask Him. I Need A Lawyer For This. I Know Some May Say Just Go And Ask The Judge To Be Easy...Etc...But This Is Not The Case. Any Advice Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
Don't laugh, but the best question to ask is: "Are you planning on trying to get me off? Or just ask for a reduced fine/.points?"
If, from the get-go, the lawyer is talking about totally getting you off (presuming that you did it), then be wary. While this may be what you want, any lawyer that's enthusiastic about trying to make believe that you didn't do it... may end up being a liability. You could end up in jail or lose your license if your lawyer goes in with both guns shooting.
How To Become A Litigation Attorney?
I Would Quite Like To Become A Barrister. But That Is Very Hard, And You Need To Know The Right People. Which I Don'T. So I Was Wondering How You Become A Litigating Attorney, Step By Step Please, Thank You! It'S Mainly The Stage After Going To University And Getting Your Law Degree I Struggle With When It Comes To Litgation. Again, Thank You!
Litigators are solicitors, not barristers.
1. Do at least 3 years of undergrad (you can get away with doing 2 if you're top 5%)
2. Get into AT LEAST a tier 2 law school (Tier 3 degrees are worth jack all) and graduate in the top 50%.
3. Get hired by a law firm (esp. a litigation firm, or by a large firm with a litigation department).
4. Get courtroom experience (this is easiest working for a small litigation boutique, or working for the DA)
5. Get called to the Bar (finish your article, pass the BAR Exam).
6. Work as a litigator.
The Father Of Baby Hasn'T Seen Her Since She Was 2 Weeks Old, But Now, At 6 Months Old, He Informs Me That He Doesn'T Care That He Wasn'T There For Me During My Pragnancy Or The Last Few Months....He Wants To Come See Her. I'Ve Said No You'Ve Never Once Supported Her. He Swears He'Ll Take Me To Court And Fight Me. He Already Pays $500 A Month To See His Other Daughter And Now He'S Saying That He Won'T Have To Pay Me Anything. First Of All, The Money Isn'T An Issue To Me. I Can Take Care Of Her By Myself, But Can He Do This? I Don'T Want Him In Her Life. He'S Already Signed A Waiver Of Interest In Her When I Was Pregnant But Now He Won'T Sign The 2Nd Part Because He Says He Wants To Be In Her Life. Can Someone With Some Insight Please Tell Me What I Should Do? This Is A Bad Man And I Need Advise!
Ignore anything your ex says. Get a lawyer and go to court. Confirm your child's paternity through a dna paternity test. And then have your sole custody confirmed (make sure you retain primary custody and make sure you get the right to determine the child's domicile). Ask for child support and visitation to be set up through the court system. And until a judge orders it, do not let your child's father see the child as he may decide to keep her and file for custody himself. And you don't have to either!
As for his threats that he doesn't have to pay for his child, he knows better but is just hoping you don't know the law. He will have to pay so get it started now as they may not give it to you retroactively. And let him take you to court if he so chooses...as long as you have your own lawyer (but it is best if you do so first). Judges can see through custody cases when the father decides he wants custody but has had nothing to do with his daughter up-to-date, including paying any support monies.
Get a good lawyer. That is step one...and then do what I have advised above. Good luck.
Addendum: Make sure your order of visitation doesn't require any overnight visits until the child turns 3 so she can properly bond with her mother, especially if she is being breastfed!