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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Legal Advice Please!?
I Traded In A Car About 4 Years Ago For A New Car. The Dealer Was A Family Friend. They Don'T Have Copies Of The Title Or Anything That I May Have Signed It Over. I Got A Notice In The Mail Saying That This Car Is Still Registered To Me And Its Still In My Name.It Was Impounded By The Police And Its Sitting In An Impound Lot. I Don'T Have The Title For It Or Any Paperwork On The Car And The Police Department Is Saying Its Still Mine. What Do I Do? Do I Have The Write To Still Go Get The Car? The Car Was Supposed To Be Sold At An Auction So I'M Not Sure If The Title Is Still In My Name Or Not?

With the limited information provided in your question, my legal advice is based solely on the facts that you have provided. Also, laws vary state to state and without this information, it makes it difficult as well to ensure my legal advice is 100% accurate.

First, if you traded this car in for a new car at a dealership regardless that it was a family friend, the dealership has to have some type of legal documentation that they took ownership of the vehicle. (the title or a bill of sale signed by both parties) Do you remember signing the title over or a bill of sale?

Second, if the police impounded the vehicle, I am assuming that some individual was driving the vehicle and for whatever reason (abandoned the vehicle, operating the vehicle while unregistered, not inspected and/or uninsured, driving without a valid drivers license) that is how the vehicle came to be impounded by the police. When you registered your new vehicle did you transfer your plates from the old vehicle to the new vehicle or did you leave your old plates on and get new ones? Another scenario could be that the individual driving the vehicle never did any of the above and attached plates that belonged to another vehicle and drove it around, in which case the police would have determined by the VIN # that you were/are still the legal owner of the vehicle.

My advice is to resolve this matter by getting the necessary documentation that proves you have not owned the vehicle for at least four years and bring it to the police. In order to get a car that had been impounded out, you must pay for the towing of the vehicle, all of the impound fees that have been incurred to date and any citations that may have been issued by the police. Since, you have mentioned the fact that this car is about to be or may have already been auctioned off and you obviously traded the vehicle for the one you currently have, why would you want to pay all of the money that is due to get the vehicle back? You should be more concerned with clearing your name of any ownership to the vehicle.

Please feel free to list any additional information under your question or email me if you prefer.

Best wishes.

Several People Have Told Me To Apply For Legal Aid. What Exactly Is It?
What Do They Do? How Do You Apply For It? I Tried To Look It Up In The Phonebook But Did Not Find Anything. I Am Trying To Get Divorced Or Legally Seperated With Sole Custody Of My Daughter.

Legal aid I believe is a program sponsored by the government to provide low cost legal advice. They can tell you what you need to do and what forms you need to fill out and supply to the Court in the proceedings for your particular matter. The Court follows strict guidelines and deadlines to supply the proper documents in order for your case to continue and it can be very confusing to the average citizen that is not already familiar with the legal process. Call your local County Court or Superior Court (every state is different) and ask for information on how to apply. You can also look for a pre-paid legal service. These are usually paralegals (not attorneys) who can advise you and prepare legal documents for you at a fair cost.

How Do I Find A Criminal Defense Lawyer?
I Was Recently Charged With Misdemeanor Larceny For Stealing A Pair Of $14 Shoes From The Mall. I Admit I'M Guilty & I Feel So Ashamed Of Myself. I Literally Hate Myself. I'Ve Never Done Something So Dumb. I'M 20 With A Clean Record & In College. I'M Scared To Death About My Future Now. I Go To Court In A Month & My Question Is How Do I Go About Finding A Lawyer To Help Me Get A Deferral/Plea Agreement? Do I Go To The Courthouse? Or Do I Just Ask The Judge Myself For A Deferral? I Just Want The Court To Understand How Sorry I Am & How Ashamed Of Myself I Am. :/ I Really Don'T Know How I'M Supposed To Handle The Situation At All.

A Public Defender IS a lawyer. They work for the state (or county) and are assigned to defend criminal defendants who cannot afford an attorney. You may request a Public Defender at your arraignment (1st court hearing) & if you qualify, one will be appointed.

Otherwise, you can find a criminal defense attorney (that you will have to pay for) through the yellow pages, local business internet searches, your local Bar Association, or word of mouth.

Tobacco Lawsuit?
Why Is It So Hard To Find Law Firms To Take On New Cases In Texas

1) Texas recently passed a new law banning recovery of pain and suffering damages of more than $250,000. With actual damages added in, the total that a lawyer could recover for you would be maybe $350,000. If the lawyer gets 30%, that's $105,000. But a lawsuit against a tobacco manufacturer requires investing a lot of firm resources, paying expert witnesses a lot of money, doing serious investigation, and many other expenses. A lawsuit like that can cost a firm a million bucks, easy. So, in Texas, it's no longer profitable to sue for tobacco cases.

2) In states where it is still profitable, it is done through a class action suit. That way, a lawyer can spend that million bucks in research, and recover 200 million in damages, to be spread out among maybe 20-30,000 different plaintiffs. These suits are initiated by lawyers--not by the plaintiffs. You will have a lot of difficulty finding a lawyer anywhere in America who will represent you alone, without any other plaintiffs, in a tobacco case.

Need Legal Advice For Kids Safety??!!!?
The Ex And I Split Up Over 8 Years Ago. We Have A Biological Child Together That Is Now 10 Yrs Old And A Child That Is Not Biologically His But We Both Agreed To Put My Ex On The Birth Certificate, So Legally We Have 2 Children Together. Ages Are 10 And 8 Yrs Old. In The Beginning 4-5 Yrs Of Our Seperation(We Were Not Married) I Did Everything In My Ability For Him To Keep Visitation And Contact With The Kids. We Communicated Well, Kids Spent Every Other Weekend And Holidays And Summer Vacation Time With Him As Well As Phone Calls Back And Forth. The Excuses From My Ex Started Coming More And More Frequent After 5 Years. Then Visitations Stopped. His Visits To See The Kids Were Months At A Time, Phone Calls Died Down To Maybe Once A Month And Then Even Less. The Past 2 Years My Kids Have Seen Him Only 4 Times And Maybe 10 Phone Calls To Speak To The Kids. With This Past Year Holding Two Of The Visits And Only 3 Phone Calls Asking About Them And Asking To Speak To Them. On Father'S Day Weekend My Fiance' (Who Is The Biological Father Of Our 8 Year Old) And I Paid For The Entire Visit From My Ex, Just So The Children Could See Him. We Paid For His Gas To Drive Here And Back, Paid For Food, Activities That The Kids Wanted To Do With Him Etc. The Next Time The Kids Saw Him, Was When I Scheduled The Kids To Stay At Their Paternal Grandparents Home For Two Weeks Just Before School Started This Year. We Received Court Papers From My Ex About A Month Ago Now, Stating That He Wants Sole Custody Of The Kids. Their Is No Reason Why But From What We Understand This Is Standard When Requesting A Visitation Order Being Placed Within The Courts. We Are Currently Trying To Make Him Happy With Visitation. We Agreed To Christmas Visitation, The One Phone Call A Week That He Requested And The Every Other Weekends...Which Is All That He Was Asking For. Here Lies The Issue...Visitation Was Designated To Be Done At The Grandparents Home(He Removed The Children From There During Chirstmas Visitation And Took Them Else Where), He Has Not Made His Designated Day And Time Phone Call To Speak To The Kids, He Has Called The Kids' School And Had Them Pulled Out Of Their Classes To Speak To Them Over The Phone(Which I Am Very Upset About!!), He Chose To Not Have His Weekend Visitation Because One Of The Children Were Not Able To Go(Which Was The Very First Visitation Weekend Since The Court Papers Arrived). What Can We Do To Protect Our Kids?? Is There Anything That We Can Legally Do That Would Keep Him Away From Them?? Can We Have His Rights Removed And If So, On What Grounds?? We Really Need Some Advice Here!!

Follow your lawyers advice, and completely ignore what I say.

The kids are not being hurt. So this guy comes into their lives for awhile, and eventually he'll get bored with the kids and it'll go back to him almost never visiting the kids. That doesn't hurt the kids.

I understand your point, that the kids are being set up for a disappointment. But I don't think that's a big deal. The kids have a father. So this guy isn't really their father, he's just a guy they see once in awhile. And I'm guessing the kids like to see him, because he gets to play the fun dad. He probably takes them somewhere fun and plays games with them. And that's fine. I really don't think it hurts the kids at all.

He has no chance of getting custody, so don't even worry about that. Even if he could prove that you used a whip on your children, he still couldn't get custody.

I don't think there's any real problem here. Talk to the kids and let them know what's going on. Kids are capable of understanding a lot of things.

I do understand why your upset about him calling the kids at school. That's close to being abusive on his part. But that's really the only thing that's a problem.

What Shifts Do U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement Officers Work? Are They On Duty 24 Hours A Day?

It depends on where they are working and what they are tasked with. Officers in high recreation areas tend to work longer shifts in the summer months (say 10-12 hours). As with any public servant involved in the law they can be called upon 24-7. I think most work a pretty standard 40 hour week though.

There is a great book out called "The Forest Service & the Greatest Good: A Centennial History", by James G. Lewis. It's the companion book to the documentary "The Greatest Good". If you are really interested in working for the Forest Service I'd suggest getting both. The first link below should help you'll find both the book and the DVD -- that and it's just a really cool site.

I still find it odd that the Forest Service is part of the USDA.

Good luck!