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The short answer is yes, they can and will use them against you.  That being said if they arw more than 10 years old they dont figure into the mandatory minimum.  So its entirely possible this is a first offense for sentencing purposes.  But, the priors are added to your prior record score.  Additionally, the DA will make the judge aware of your priprs at sentencing.  ... Read More
The short answer is yes, they can and will use them against you.  That being said if they arw more than 10 years old they dont figure into the... Read More
You will need to seek legal advise in Arizona, since that is the Court with jurisdiction and Florida does not have legal separation.  If you did not dissolve the marriage and only obtained a legal separation in Arizona, you are still married.  You only need to dissolve the legal separation and an Arizona attorney would be able to advise you on that process. ... Read More
You will need to seek legal advise in Arizona, since that is the Court with jurisdiction and Florida does not have legal separation.  If you did... Read More
If your EX received the money from DOR then she would be the one required to repay the funds as she was aware of the over-payment and kept the money.  If she was over-paid and NV agrees then you can request to have the over-payment applied to your current child support obligation to reduce your future payments.  ... Read More
If your EX received the money from DOR then she would be the one required to repay the funds as she was aware of the over-payment and kept the... Read More
If she is convicted and the time-sharing changes substantially due to her being incarcerated, then you will need to motion the court to modify time-sharing and child support based upon the change in circumstances. 
If she is convicted and the time-sharing changes substantially due to her being incarcerated, then you will need to motion the court to modify... Read More
Since the child was placed with you through DCF, he can request a DNA test, unless he previously acknowledged paternity and was adjudicated to be the legal father of the child.  He can still obtain a DNA test, but he may need to pay for the test and if the test confirms paternity then no further action will be needed.  If the DNA test indicates that he is not the father then he will need to de-establish paternity and then it is likely the child will be removed from your home and placed in foster care while DCF attempts to locate the biological father.  I would recommend that your son ask for a paternity test in the DCF case first and then go from there. ... Read More
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In Michigan, you can obtain a cop[y of your personnel file on written request pursuant to the Bullard-Plawecki Right to Know Act. Good luck!
In Michigan, you can obtain a cop[y of your personnel file on written request pursuant to the Bullard-Plawecki Right to Know Act. Good luck!
Check the probate court records of the county where she died.  Wills must be submitted to probate (proof) to be effective.  If she died without a Will, the estate must be probated (proved) in court as well.
Check the probate court records of the county where she died.  Wills must be submitted to probate (proof) to be effective.  If she died... Read More
Since you are not on the lease, then you have no rights. You need to find another place to live.
Since you are not on the lease, then you have no rights. You need to find another place to live.
You do need to consult with an attorney.
You do need to consult with an attorney.

Can you get an felony off your record?

Answered 4 hours ago by attorney Patrick Johnson   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Expungements
There is a process of getting the felony expunged but there are certain conditions that apply. You will need to consult with an attorney to see if you qualify.
There is a process of getting the felony expunged but there are certain conditions that apply. You will need to consult with an attorney to see if... Read More