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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.
Child Custody Question..Need Advice From Experienced People?
My Children Are 6, 10, 12, 14 And 15. Their Father Moved Out In January And Right Now Our Custody Agreement Is Every Other Weekend. Since The Move Out He Has A &Quot;New&Quot; Family Now. A Woman And Her 3 Daughters. My Children No Longer Want To Be A Part Of Their Fathers Life Much To My Discouragement Because Of His Actions. I Dont Want It To Come To This But Legally Do I Stand A Chance If I Went For Full Custody With No Visitation Since They Do Not Want To Go? They Have Even Said They Would Go To Their Grandmothers (His Mom) Every Other Weekend As Long As She Was The One Taking Care Of Them And He Could Just Visit With Them But They Do Not Want To Be A Part Of This Woman And Her Childrens Life. I Could Go On Forever Explaining Why But Dont Want To Bore You With The Details. They Have Reason To Feel This Way And I Have Tried So Hard To Explain To Him Their Feelings But He Does Not Listen To What I Say And I Know Him After 17 Years Of Marriage To Know He Is Doing These Things Because He Thinks They Are Hurting Me And Does Not Realize He Is Hurting His Kids And Losing Them. I Dont Want Them To Feel Rejection From Him Anymore. He Has Them 5 Days A Month And I Have Them For 25. They Asked To See Him More And He Said, &Quot; I Need Time To Myself.&Quot; Yet When He Is With Them..He Says, &Quot; Daddy Wishes He Could See You More But It Is Just Not Possible.&Quot; He Has Been Offered Them 4 Weekends A Month And Chooses Not To. What Do I Do? Do I Make Them Go There?
I have a similar situation. He is being manipulative. Don't force the kids to go, but you should encourage them to go. That way he can never say you kept them from him. Never say anything unkind about him where the children can hear. They will figure it out. He will probably tell other people you won't let him see the kids. He may even tell them that. He really doesn't care about the kids. He wants to hurt you. The kids are his vehicle to carry that out. I know it is painful to see your children hurt. As hard as this may be, don't get angry with him. Anger gives him power. I still struggle with that. I also struggle with forgiveness, but you have time for that. He is a schmuck, and consider yourself lucky that he walked away to make someone else miserable.
Keep a journal, too. Write down the date and when he picked them up. If you asked him to take them, write it down. When he forgets to pick them up, write it down. On Father's Day or his birthday, write it down. Just a quick note, but write everything down. You will need it later on. Hang in there!
This May Vary From State To State, So If It Does, This Is In The State Of Pennsylvania.
Here'S The Situation. I Have A Friend Who Has Been Seperated For 5 Years. He Filed For A Divorce, But His Wife Refuses To Sign The Papers. He Has A New Girlfriend That He Has Been With For 3 Years, And He Wants To Marry Her, But He Can'T Because He Can'T Get His Divorce Finalized.
Is There Any Way Around This? If His Wife Keeps Refusing To Sign The Papers, Is There Some Type Of Law Or Statute That Says The Divorce Will Automatically Be Final After X Amount Of Time??
Ok..not up on Pennsylvania laws, and yes they do vary from state to state, but not that much.
So your friend filed a divorce petition? Was it served on the Wife? If so, did she file a response within the time frame allowed? If she didn't then he must simply note her in default and file a request for divorce. NOW that being said, if there are children or assets to be dealt with, there may have to be a formal hearing with respect to those matters...it is possible, however, to sever the divorce itself from Marital Property and child support and custody issues..which basically means that those matters are still open for argument at a later date, but your friend can get divorced and remarried.
Anyone Out There Know Anything About Probate Court?
My Fiance'S Mother Passed Away Last Week From Colin Cancer, She Didn'T Have A Will & His Step Dad Is Telling Him That He Isn'T Intitled To Any Of His Mother'S Esstate. My ? To All Is... Whats The Low Down On Probate? We Have A Lawyer. But We Want To Know What Are Some Things We Need To Know Before All Of This Gets Blown Up In Court. All We Know About His Mom Is That She Had...A Car In Her Name, She Owned Half Of The Home, And Half Of Her Huspands Truck. We Know That She Had Life Insuance, & A Retirement Plan. My Fiance'S Step Dad Is Also Telling Us That He Is Going To Get Rid Of His Mom'S Car. Is This Legal? Can He Do Any Of This Without Even Putting Anything Into Probate? Is There Anyone Out There That Has Been In This Same Situation That Might Have Some Advice? The Reason I Am Asking About All Of This Is Because My Fiance' Has Already Lost One Parent (His Father) 2 Years Ago... He Was Left Out Of Everything Because Of His Stupid Step Mom. Please Help!
Hi. I've been a legal assistant for 25 years. Please know the step-dad is most likely BS-ing you guys. No will from the deceased means your fiance may very well be entitled to a portion of his mother's estate, regardless if she was married or not. With no will, the law normally steps in and makes proper division of the assets of the estate. This can be a long, drawn out process. Each state may vary in what percentage a spouse gets if the other spouse has surviving children from a previous marriage(your fiance), i.e. perhaps the surviving spouse will get 50% and your fiance 50%, or it could be divided 70/30. If you have an attorney worth his salt, he should have explained this to you. The attorney needs to file for an injunction or bring a motion before your local court to prevent the step-father from disposing of ANY asset of the estate, until an inventory can be completed. If the step dad contests the motion on his own or with his own attorney, the court will appoint a guardian ad litem (as such a disinterested 3rd party that is an attorney, that will basically represent the deceased's interest/estate to review, assess and inventory the estate. Thereafter, again, according to your state's law, the estate will then be divided proportionately. Be advised that once the court orders the injunction or the motion is approved and a Court order is issued, there are sanctions (penalties) that can be instilled upon the step father for contempt should he dispose of any assets in the interim. As to things like cars, the court will probably order the vehicle be sold and again, profits would be proportionately divided. For insurance policies, who gets it depends upon who is listed as beneficiary of the policy at the time of his mother's death. It could be the step dad, your fiance or whomever his mother chose. Please don't feel alone, this happens all over the country and especially when "blended families" are involved. I hope this helps!
If Some Feels Their Civil Rights Have Been Violated Because Of Their Race Who Do You Call Other Than A Lawyer I Mean Like So Serious It Could Lead To A Big Law Suit Againt The Police Department I Have Contacted The State Govenor My Email But I Need Someone To Get Down To The Bottom Of The Problem Who Else Should I Contact? Who Is Over A Police Dept Does The Police Have Police For Them Who Make Sure That They Are Doing Their Job
If you feel you have what is called a 1983 Action (violation of civil rights) you should call an attorney first.
They take that type of case on what is called a contingency basis, which means that you do not pay them unless they win your case. Just make sure that theattorney has experience in practicing before a Federal Court.
As for who is over the Police Department, it would start with the Police Commission, then the City Council, then the State Attorney General.