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  1. Hi @cmariaw Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! You may also want to consider speaking with an experienced Family Law attorney before the arrival of your baby to make sure you take all appropriate steps. You can click here for a free consultation with an attorney, or use the FindLaw Lawyer Directory to find an attorney near you. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  2. Hi @DerekLee Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! Check out our how-to resources about expungement: The Expungement Process Expungement Basics Expungement Eligibility Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  3. HI @toughluv2day Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! Sorry to hear about your situation! He have a helpful blog post on this topic you may want to check out. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  4. Hi @BackTheBlue6412 Blocking traffic during a protest is a form of civil disobedience, and it is never legal to intentionally drive over people (whether they are protesting or not). The FindLaw.com Team
  5. Hi @Bookluvr06 Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! As others have suggested, you may want to speak with a family law attorney. Certainly you can push to be formally awarded sole legal and physical custody of your child. As others have mentioned, it is more difficult to have parental rights entirely terminated. For a free consultation with a family law attorney, you can click here, or use the FindLaw Lawyer Directory to find qualified attorneys in your area. Best of luck and keep us posted! The FindLaw.com Team
  6. @johndoe_5359 You can find printable Tennessee forms here. The Findlaw.com Team
  7. Hi @husnaina Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! From the link in your original post, it appears that you have already located some online resources which explain booking terminology. FindLaw also has great resources about jail and booking that you may want to check out: Arrest, Booking, and Bail Booking What Happens When You're Booked Into Jail? Do you have a specific question for our legal community? The FindLaw.com Team
  8. Hi @ML1470 Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! As other posters have mentioned, because there are currently criminal charges pending, you'll want to be careful about what information you post online (which may be used against you). You should strongly consider speaking with your public defender, or with a private criminal defense attorney. You can click here for a free consultation with a criminal attorney, or use the FindLaw Lawyer Directory to find qualified attorneys in your area. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  9. @Jan58 We have previously provided links to the FindLaw Lawyer Directory, which you can use to find a family law attorney near you. The FindLaw.com Team
  10. Hi @Newlandlord16 Thanks for your post and sorry to hear about the situation with your tenant, that sounds extremely frustrating! Glad to hear that you have taken steps to get the eviction action rolling again, and it is understandable that you have concerns that your tenant may try to file another petition to avoid eviction. Are you currently working with counsel? The FindLaw.com Team
  11. Hi @Anaconda20 Welcome to the community! Congratulations on your engagement! But sorry to hear that there is conflict regarding the paying off of your engagement ring. As RetiredinVA mentioned, it's hard to tell what would happen if he reported the ring stolen to the police. Likely the officer would listen to your fiance's explanation of the financing agreement, and realize this is a civil matter not a criminal matter. What were the terms of the original agreement? Was it decided that if your fiance missed a payment that the ring was be to immediately returned to the friend? From the tone of your post, it suggests that the agreement was made orally, which means that it's possible that the terms of the agreement may be unclear/disputed. It is also worth noting that certain contracts must be in writing to be enforceable, including contracts that take more than one year to complete. Given that your friend is threatening to call the police and report the ring as stolen, then your fiance may want to take strides to come current on his payments, or take a loan from a different source in order to pay the friend back in full and avoid future conflict. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  12. Hi @kdd1027 Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! FindLaw has some excellent resources about the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) that you can check out to aid you in your research, and you are absolutely welcome to post any research topics to gain insight from the legal community. Regarding the question posed in your original post, pursuant to FRE 801(d)(2), a party's own statement is admissible and is not considered hearsay. So, if a criminal defendant made a statement to the police, in putting on its case the State may admit that statement into evidence as an opposing party's statement. Also, Miranda rights can be waived orally, this need not occur in writing. Please let us know if you have additional questions! The FindLaw.com Team
  13. Hi @DBH815 Welcome to the community and thanks for your post! You may want to speak with a professional process server -- they have experience serving incarcerated individuals and can help you effectuate service. You may also want to consider consulting with a family law attorney, and you can do so by clicking here for a free consultation, or using the FindLaw Lawyer Directory to search for lawyers near you. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  14. Hi @alexandertrask Welcome to the community and thanks for posting. If you are looking for a local attorneys, the FindLaw Lawyer Directory is a great resource. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  15. Hi @azava1 Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! Looks like LegalWriter was able to thoroughly answer your question! Let us know if you have additional questions for the community while you are researching for your book! Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  16. Hi @Jan58 Would what work if you disclosed previous bank statements? You do not have an obligation to hand over bank statements unless it is pursuant to formal discovery, mandatory financial disclosures, or ordered by the court. Are you asking if your husband will provide his bank statements if you provide yours? If so, the answer is not necessarily. The FindLaw.com Team
  17. Hi @fergieinokc Dealing with customer service can often be very frustrating, and you may not have access to the logs of the times you have called (unless you keep records yourself). If you feel that you have exhausted all possible remedies by speaking with AT&T, you can try speaking with an attorney to determine if AT&T has breached its contract with you by charging more than promised (before doing so you'll want to take a very careful look at your contract and read the fine print). Regarding AT&T's release of private information, or the hacking of your google account, it may be difficult to prove causation/liability. You also mentioned your medical records had been compromised...and medical records typically are not part of a google account (unless they were saved in your emails or google docs). How did this occur? The FindLaw.com Team
  18. Hi @Missississippi_River Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! As adjusterjack mentioned, you could try subbing at a different school. Unfortunately, if your children's school has issued a "black mark" on your record, there may not be much you can do about it. It is understandably the duty of schools to carefully vet employees for the safety of the children, and they may not wish to have substitute teachers with a CPS record for alleged abuse, even if ultimately the allegations were determined to be unfounded. The FindLaw.com Team
  19. Hi @monishsuri2004 Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! It sounds like the specific language of the non-complete agreement will be relevant here...can you provide the language (with personal identifying information removed)? The FindLaw.com Team
  20. Probably both issues should be addressed with customer service. What is the connection to your google account?
  21. @johndoe_5359 Check out our Tennessee cases and codes materials to conduct research. The FindLaw.com Team
  22. Hi @fergieinokc Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! Is the issue that your services were cancelled without your approval, or that the bill is higher than you anticipated? How do you know this has any connection with a hack of your google account? If the bill is higher than you contracted for, then you should contact AT&T customer service...however, why did you pay so much in February, May, June, July, and August if this amount was incorrect? The FindLaw.com Team
  23. Hi @Lin263 Thanks for your post! When you say you "separated," do you mean that you have been living separately and apart, or do you mean that you went through the necessary court procedure to effectuate a legal separation? The distinction matters, and will address the issue of if you and your husband are still married. If he has been working for the same company for 34 years, then it is possible that he has been paying into a retirement or pension system, and will be eligible to receive payments upon retirement (if he is of a qualifying age). To learn about his retirement, you would need to view his paystubs and/or pension statements. If no divorce/separation action was ever commenced, you rely on him to voluntarily provide these statements, and he may not be willing to do so. If a legal separation case has been initiated, you may be able to seek this information via formal discovery, however, if the matter is post-judgment, there may be limitations on the amount of discovery you can do. From the tone of your post, it sounds as if divorce proceedings have never been initiated. If so, you may want to speak with a family law attorney about filing for divorce, and seeking formal discovery regarding your husband's assets, including his retirement accounts and pensions. For a free consultation with a family law attorney you can click here, or use the FindLaw Lawyer Directory to search in Ohio. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  24. Hi @kreidel Welcome to the community and thanks for posting. So sorry about the situation with your daughter, that sounds heartbreaking. As pg mentioned, you may want to take steps to have your daughter committed to an inpatient facility where she can receive treatment for her bipolar disorder and stabilize somewhat before being released. You may also want to file a petition to become your daughter's guardian or conservator. In Florida, there is a legal distinction between the two roles, which are set forth in Florida Statues Chapters 744 and 747. A guardian typically has broader rights and responsibilities than a conservator. Either way, you should consider speaking with a local attorney about what sort of petition to file in order to take steps to ensure your daughter is safe and gets the help she needs. Best of luck and keep us posted! The FindLaw.com Team
  25. Hi @kreidel Welcome to the community and thanks for posting. So sorry about the situation with your daughter, that sounds heartbreaking. As pg mentioned, you may want to take steps to have your daughter committed to an inpatient facility where she can receive treatment for her bipolar disorder and stabilize somewhat before being released. You may also want to file a petition to become your daughter's guardian or conservator. In Florida, there is a legal distinction between the two roles, which are set forth in Florida Statues Chapters 744 and 747. A guardian typically has broader rights and responsibilities than a conservator. Either way, you should consider speaking with a local attorney about what sort of petition to file in order to take steps to ensure your daughter is safe and gets the help she needs. Best of luck and keep us posted! The FindLaw.com Team
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