Do you need a lawyer in order to obtain an ACOD for a violation charge?
You really need to hire a lawyer to help you do this. A lawyer may charge you $500 but will likely save you money, because you may otherwise spend money on court fees and be turned down.
The charge IS "Violation of a Restraining Order."
No. A restraining order is a civil proceeding between two individuals. A violation charge refers to a criminal prosecution. They may arise from the same course of events, but are not connected in the court system.
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Normally the permit is revoked. The driver must then retake the driver's test in order to obtain the permit again.
Not really enough information is disclosed in order to answer. However - if the remanded charge was the result of an arrest for a criminal violation, even though the remanded charge MAY not show up, the record of the arrest will.
Your best bet is to consult a lawyer. If you can obtain a restraining order from a court, then the police will be legally obligated to help.
Medical conditions sometimes occur at the time of birth and can result in a range of health problems including cerebral palsy. In order to claim a compensation you will need to hire an experienced and qualified lawyer in this field. To obtain a lawyer you may contact the office of Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith. cerebral palsy lawyers, who provide service nationwide.
This depends on the charge that resulted in the suspended sentence. If the charge is for domestic battery, stalking, violation of a protective/restraining order or any felony, then that person would be barred from purchasing or even possessing a firearm.
If you are referring to a "Public Defender," you must fall below a certain income level in order qualify for free legal representation.
Typically harassment is a misdemeanor, however, depending on the laws in the jurisdiction it might be able to be enhanced if it is a repeat offense, or a violation of a protective order.
Generally such a charge is prosecuted under Article 92, UCMJ, as an orders violation. Each service has an order regarding relationships among the ranks.
In order to practice as an attorney, you must obtain a juris doctor, or J.D., degree. In order to be licensed, you must pass the bar exam in the state in which you wish to practice.
Yes, that would be a violation of a court order which WOULD constitute a probation violation.
If you dont want to hire a lawyer, start by asking at your local public library. (no joke) If they are not made public record in your state you will need to obtain a court order from a judge, and they are not easily given.
To be a lawyer in the USA, a person must obtain a Juris Doctorate degree and then pass a test called a "bar exam". The bar exam is a 2-3 day test, depending on the state in which it is given. Lawyers in the USA are not supposed to "specialize," but we/they all do tend to focus in one particular area of the law. A "divorce lawyer" (family law), for example, may not know much… Read More
No, that would be a civil matter. A violation of a contract, basically. What will happen is they will get a court order to garnish your wages, and charge you for their legal fees and back interest on the loan. That's probably pretty high.
You admitted to drinking alcohol over the phone to a cop and you are a minor Will you receive a Minor Consumption ticket?
(in the US) Unlikely. Such a charge is a misdemeanor violation. A misdemeanor must be committed in the officers's 'presence' in order to be lawfully charged.
Four years of college, in order to obtain a bachelor's degree, followed by three years of law school, and then clerking for a year or two in an immigration office, ideally.
If your husband is already considered "illegal" by definition of immigration laws, you should first attain an Immigration Lawyer" They sometimes can delay deportation and a consultation is usually free. In order to obtain legal landed status in any country it is fairly costly. Here in Canada, the price is usually about 5,000.00CD excluding lawyer fees. Contact a good imm. lawyer.
What happens if you have a restraining order on your husband that's in the process of being dropped and you have contact and have seen him?
I am not a lawyer, but it really depends on the person who has the protective order in place. Essentially, nothing will happen unless the person with the order files a complaint or contacts law enforcement which could result in the husband being arrested for violation of the order.
It depends on the details of the case. In general, the same lawyer can represent co-defendants. However, this is not the case if there is a conflict of interest (for example, if the prosecution wants to offer one defendant the opportunity to plead guilty to a lesser charge in exchange for testifying against the other). In that case, the judge would likely order the lawyer to represent only one defendant and another lawyer would have… Read More
A power of attorney allows one to act on behalf of another individual when they are incapacitated. In order to obtain this, one needs to get the correct forms and contact a lawyer. Every state or province has different requirements for obtaining a power of attorney, so it is best to go through a lawyer who will be able to assist in all aspects.
Sodium atoms lose one electron in order to obtain an octet. Hence, sodium ions have a 1+ charge.
A restraining order is an order of the court. Report the violation to your local law enforcement agency.
Is it racist for government agencies to charge a toll knowing that some races do not tip nor wish to pay tolls?
No. Governments charge fees and tolls in order to obtain money to support their operations. If they did not have to, most people would choose not to pay tolls, and that has nothing to do with their race.
If the guardian of the property of the child has commenced his or her duties, it might require a court order to have the guardian replaced. Each jurisdiction has differing laws, so it would be wise to consult with a lawyer. Some lawyers will charge a modest consultation fee. Some do not charge for brief consultations.
It is unclear from the question WHO it is that has the restraiing order against them. If the person who was 'restrained' damaged property belonging to the person who sought the order, then they are probably not only in violation of the restraiining order, they are also liable for any criminal charge wihich might arise out of their vandalism. If the person who sought the order is the one who was arrested for vandalism, they… Read More
Normally anything that is not done according to an authorized system is a violation. The question would be, what is the punishment; if any. Corrective action is the most common remedy for a violation of procedures.
In order to become a lawyer, one must obtain a Bachelors degree then take the LSAT (law school aptitude test) prior to attending an ABA approved law school and earn a JURIST DOCTORATE (JD) in law. A combined total of 7 years of education. After law school, one would need to pass the state Bar Exam.
A lawyer can help, but it is a court that issues a restraining order.
A Lawyer Degree.
Yes, you can. Not only that, violation of a no-contact order will bring about an IMMEDIATE arrest by law enforcement, not just a violation report by your PO.
This is a circumstance where a person fails to adhere to a court order which may be for a specified time. Non-adherence to such order means the violation of the order. e.g court summons.
Yes, they can. For instance: if you are resticted to mantaining your distance from them, or restrained from contacting them by phone - yet THEY commit these acts themselves, they too are in violation of the court's order.
I'm sorry, you will need to be a bit more specific. Violation still means what it does as in regular English, so the breaking of a rule or code. You will have to give the specific violation in order to receive a more precise answer.
Sodium would need to lose one electron in order to obtain a full and stable outer shell, however it would be an ion with a positive charge
First, there is no such thing as a misdemeanor probation violation. A probation violation is a probation violation. It is a violation of a judge's order, and whoa to he who violates the order of a judge. So, yes, Texas will extradite from the moon for a probation violation, Wyoming should be a minor issue for the Texas prosecutor. Do yourself a favor and waive your extradition hearing. Nothing is likely to irritate the prosecutor… Read More
Probably not unless your terms of employment contract specifies otherwise. Even then it should be easily contestible in court under right to privacy laws and/or protection of personal safety laws. Contact a union representative (if applicable) or a lawyer and raise these issues sooner than later. A lawyer should be able to obtain a 'Cease and Desist' order very easily.
This just happened to me. My lawyer said call the police. The police filed a report but unless the messages are threatening they said there is nothing they can do. Unless the texts keep coming too, he said 30 or more a week that would also justify calling them back to file another report.
There is not order against the plaintiff.. the plaintiff is the person who filed the order, he or she is not in violation of an order that they placed. Only the defendant can be in violation as the courts have ordered that person to have no contact with the plaintiff not vice versa. Another View: The Plaintiff MAY, in fact, be in violation of the court's order. If the respondant was ordered to maintain a… Read More
You'll need to go to court to obtain a Qualifying Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) which will allow the back child support to be drawn from the owing parents 401k. Get a lawyer who knows how this process works, especially if you are dealing with multiple states.
An ion (cation or anion) is an atom that has gained or lost electrons in order to obtain a stable electron configuration. Electrically speaking, no ion can have a neutral charge because this directly contradicts the definition of an ion.
A prosecutor is a lawyer. This would take four years for the bachelor's degree and three years of law school to obtain the juris doctor (JD) degree. The individual must also pass the designated bar-exam in order to practice law.
A lawyer has to file a motion with the court in order to proceed with a case in any direction.
Violation of a court order
SECTION 2. 186701 (2), Colorado Revised Statutes, is amended to read: 186701. Contributing to the delinquency of a minor. (2) (a) IF THE VIOLATION OF THE LAW, ORDINANCE, OR ORDER CONSTITUTES A FELONY, contributing to the delinquency of a minor is a class 4 CLASS 6 felony; (b) IF THE VIOLATION OF THE LAW, ORDINANCE, OR ORDER CONSTITUTES A MISDEMEANOR, CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR IS A MISDEMEANOR OF THE SAME CLASS AS… Read More
Without getting into specific Ohio law: a trespass can be civil or criminal (or both), depending upon the location and other circumstances. You can sue for damages caused to the property and injuries inflicted on a person by a trespasser, and the expense of removing the trespass, and you can bring criminal charges for a violation and obtain a court order to prohibit further trespass.
No, once you obtain it, you unlock it.
As a lawyer i have to practice various laws in court in order to serve my clients from prison time. I have to be honest to my clients.