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Incredulous Red
Mar 25, 2008



tremendous dicks posted:

If youre referring to the papers from court, I dont have them anymore unfortunately.

Those papers should be on file at the courthouse. You might want to get copies of them.

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Incredulous Red posted:

Those papers should be on file at the courthouse. You might want to get copies of them.

Alright thanks. I'll see if my mom can give me a ride

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Oct 15, 2009

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tremendous dicks posted:

You are hereby notified that your license and/or privelege to drive to operate any motor vehicle in the State of Georgia is suspended as shown herein.

PERIOD OF SUSPENSION: INDEFINITE with the provision that the license may be reinstated provided:
1. License has been suspended for a minimum of 120 days
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You're probably going to have to do the 1-5 stuff. You should get in touch with a DUI attorney. The DDS (Dept. of Driver Safety) rules are arcane and you'll need a specialist to get you through them. Make sure he/she has experience with the DDS administrative rules, not just the regular criminal law statutes regarding DUI prosecutions. There may be a 'work, church, and school' exception, so ask about that, too.

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joat mon posted:

You're probably going to have to do the 1-5 stuff. You should get in touch with a DUI attorney. The DDS (Dept. of Driver Safety) rules are arcane and you'll need a specialist to get you through them. Make sure he/she has experience with the DDS administrative rules, not just the regular criminal law statutes regarding DUI prosecutions. There may be a 'work, church, and school' exception, so ask about that, too.

I talked to my lawyer today and he basically told me to go to the DMV, and that he didn't really deal with that stuff. I'm going to the state office tomorrow to see if anything can be done but I'm not very optimistic about it.I think I'm pretty much screwed and will definitely not be getting the job (driving is a very necessary part of it).

A little backstory on what happened that I probably should've posted in my first post, but didn't because I was freaking out:

When I got my DUI I refused a breathalizer test. In GA that's an automatic immediate license suspension, but we challenged it and the arresting officer didn't show up in court so it was thrown out. Not the DUI, just the refusal to blow charge - this was 2 months before I went to court for the actual DUI charge. Because it was thrown out and the decision was reversed I got a letter from the DMV saying they reversed their decision to revoke my license. I think the DMV hosed up and thought this decision was for the actual DUI charge so they never took my license. I didn't even realize this until I was making sure I had everything together to get my license back (which they never officially took from me) after the 4 months minimum suspension. Maybe I should've said something then, but I didn't.

Then, a month or so ago, I applied for a new job. I made it to the 3rd phase of the hiring process which is a background investigation. I'm guessing somehow the inquiry they made alerted the DMV to their mistake and they decided to finally take my license. Goddamn.

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joat mon
Oct 15, 2009

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tremendous dicks posted:

I talked to my lawyer today and he basically told me ... that he didn't really deal with that stuff.

Find one who does.

Do you want your license back? Ever?

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Thorias
Jun 3, 2008


How is it possible that you can get charged for failure to appear in court when you never received any notice whatsoever from your lawyer, the court or otherwise about a court date, shouldn't there be something wrong there?

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Incredulous Red
Mar 25, 2008



Thorias posted:

How is it possible that you can get charged for failure to appear in court when you never received any notice whatsoever from your lawyer, the court or otherwise about a court date, shouldn't there be something wrong there?

Well, if you have a lawyer for that particular matter, the answer to your question is "malpractice".

What did you fail to appear for?

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Thorias posted:

How is it possible that you can get charged for failure to appear in court when you never received any notice whatsoever from your lawyer, the court or otherwise about a court date, shouldn't there be something wrong there?

Because the court doesn't know that you never got notice.

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Thorias
Jun 3, 2008


Incredulous Red posted:

Well, if you have a lawyer for that particular matter, the answer to your question is "malpractice".

What did you fail to appear for?

My brother failed to appear in court yesterday and didn't even know it and got no notice of it from his lawyer, and found out today that he had missed it. It just seems like they would want to let you know something if you have a court date to me.

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hobbesmaster
Jan 28, 2008



Baruch Obamawitz posted:

Because the court doesn't know that you never got notice.

How hard is it to get out of the 'failure to appear' charge (contempt of court?) when claiming improper service?

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Incredulous Red
Mar 25, 2008



Thorias posted:

My brother failed to appear in court yesterday and didn't even know it and got no notice of it from his lawyer, and found out today that he had missed it. It just seems like they would want to let you know something if you have a court date to me.

Again, what charge was he supposed to appear for?

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Thorias
Jun 3, 2008


Incredulous Red posted:

Again, what charge was he supposed to appear for?

Hm, I'm thinking it was trespassing/communicating threats.

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Incredulous Red
Mar 25, 2008



Thorias posted:

Hm, I'm thinking it was trespassing/communicating threats.

Fun guy. Which state was this in?

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Thorias
Jun 3, 2008


Incredulous Red posted:

Fun guy. Which state was this in?

Hillbilly hell, North Carolina.

Edit: To give a little backstory to the situation, the plaintiff is his (still-legal, yet estranged, not yet divorced) wife, who around August of 2009 decided she didn't want him living there anymore and told him to get his things and get out, which he did. Of course, after being together and living there for over 10 years and having 2 children it's been pretty messy, the trespassing charge is from when he went back over there to talk to her like a day after she had kicked him out since her dad owns the property she brought about the trespass charge, and I think he did make some threatful comments over the phone, out of anger like any normal person would, so she brought about charge from that as well and they have been going to court over the end of 2009 over it, until finally around December it just kept getting continued over and over until finally they stopped setting court dates for awhile, my brother called for several weeks trying to find one out but they didn't have one set up, finally he gave up calling, figuring that his lawyer would call him when they finally set one, nope, apparently sometime between now and the middle of February they had set one for yesterday and his lawyer didn't let him know about it.

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Incredulous Red
Mar 25, 2008



Thorias posted:

Hillbilly hell, North Carolina.

Edit: To give a little backstory to the situation, the plaintiff is his (still-legal, yet estranged, not yet divorced) wife, who around August of 2009 decided she didn't want him living there anymore and told him to get his things and get out, which he did. Of course, after being together and living there for over 10 years and having 2 children it's been pretty messy, the trespassing charge is from when he went back over there to talk to her like a day after she had kicked him out since her dad owns the property she brought about the trespass charge, and I think he did make some threatful comments over the phone, out of anger like any normal person would, so she brought about charge from that as well and they have been going to court over the end of 2009 over it, until finally around December it just kept getting continued over and over until finally they stopped setting court dates for awhile, my brother called for several weeks trying to find one out but they didn't have one set up, finally he gave up calling, figuring that his lawyer would call him when they finally set one, nope, apparently sometime between now and the middle of February they had set one for yesterday and his lawyer didn't let him know about it.

So he has legal representation for this matter?

Stay out of it and let his lawyer handle it.

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Thorias
Jun 3, 2008


Incredulous Red posted:

So he has legal representation for this matter?

Stay out of it and let his lawyer handle it.

That's what I've been doing, what I mainly want to know is how come it's possible to have a court date and not be told about it, with a letter, or a phone call or anything from the court or the lawyer? It makes it sound like to me that his lawyer doesn't really care about winning this case if he won't tell his client about the court date.

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Loopyface
Mar 22, 2003


Thorias posted:

That's what I've been doing, what I mainly want to know is how come it's possible to have a court date and not be told about it, with a letter, or a phone call or anything from the court or the lawyer? It makes it sound like to me that his lawyer doesn't really care about winning this case if he won't tell his client about the court date.

There is almost no chance your brother wasn't made aware of his court date.

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Incredulous Red
Mar 25, 2008



Thorias posted:

That's what I've been doing, what I mainly want to know is how come it's possible to have a court date and not be told about it, with a letter, or a phone call or anything from the court or the lawyer? It makes it sound like to me that his lawyer doesn't really care about winning this case if he won't tell his client about the court date.

It's possible his lawyer wasn't notified- if it's a new charge, the summons would be sent to your brother. If they sent it to the wrong address, say, you soon-to-be-ex sister-in-law's address (either because they got it wrong, or because your brother told them he lived there when he was cited for trespassing), they would assume it was sent to the right address, he wouldn't have gotten it, and the court would have thought he got it and ignored it. If this is the case, it's correctable (unless he told the cop he lived there).

How exactly did he find out that he failed to appear?

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A little late but Goddamn, thank you thank you thank you. Before I posted in this thread I thought I'd miss a morning full of classes and have to pay court fees. I called over there and now I just have to swing by the courthouse at my leisure and show them the card. Thank you so very much.

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Thorias posted:

That's what I've been doing, what I mainly want to know is how come it's possible to have a court date and not be told about it, with a letter, or a phone call or anything from the court or the lawyer? It makes it sound like to me that his lawyer doesn't really care about winning this case if he won't tell his client about the court date.

Loopyface posted:

There is almost no chance your brother wasn't made aware of his court date.
Once a lawyer makes an appearnce, the defendant generally doesn't get mailed anything. At least, that's how it works in a civil case. If his lawyer got notice, but then didn't tell your brother, it could happen. If his lawyer didn't get notice (whether through a mailing fuckup or whatever), it could happen.

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My girlfriend (MY GIRLFRIEND) bought a VW Jetta GLI about 4 weeks ago with a Honda S2000 as a trade - 4k left from the trade after loan payoff - GLI was a 2006 for like 16 or 18k. The VW dealership had her approved through VW financial, until they called her credit companies over the next two weeks- they call my girlfriend and tell her that they need another $1600 cash down for VW to finance it and they have to drop gap coverage/warranty/change payment length to make it a 36/mo loan, two weeks later now they are telling her that VW still won't finance her at all and that she needs to call Wachovia and answer some questions to see if they will finance her - if they won't then she has to return the car.

I think the best option is to return the car for a few reasons like previous body work (carfax was clean, but that means jack poo poo in the real world) and some other poo poo, but she has put ~4000 miles on it since then - can they legally charge her for those miles? We are in Arizona, if it matters.

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When I was in junior high a friend and I basically got busted for some minor mischief. We both received misdemeanor offenses for, iirc, vandalism or something like that. It was basically a lot of bullshit dealing with angry power-tripping cops who liked to yell at 14 year olds for causing 200 dollars worth of damage to public property. So after it was all said and done, I just had to do some community service and was put on probation. I was also told that it could be expunged or sealed after I turned 18, but I'm unsure about the process and am reading conflicting statements online about some of this stuff

Most importantly, do I need to hire a lawyer for this? if so, how much should I expect to pay and where do you go about finding a decent lawyer who doesn't cost a lot?

Is a criminal record like this held on file both at state and federal bureaus? What I mean is, do I need to go through both state and federal bureaus to clear my record?

How will this affect my employment opportunities? I've just read that only I may view my criminal record, but government/public agencies may also view it if I apply for a government job or am arrested again. But, obviously, a criminal record can hurt your employment opportunities, so I'm assuming that's in reference to felony charges, not misdemeanors?

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Jul 23, 2003



BlackMK4 posted:

My girlfriend (MY GIRLFRIEND) bought a VW Jetta GLI about 4 weeks ago with a Honda S2000 as a trade - 4k left from the trade after loan payoff - GLI was a 2006 for like 16 or 18k. The VW dealership had her approved through VW financial, until they called her credit companies over the next two weeks- they call my girlfriend and tell her that they need another $1600 cash down for VW to finance it and they have to drop gap coverage/warranty/change payment length to make it a 36/mo loan, two weeks later now they are telling her that VW still won't finance her at all and that she needs to call Wachovia and answer some questions to see if they will finance her - if they won't then she has to return the car.

I think the best option is to return the car for a few reasons like previous body work (carfax was clean, but that means jack poo poo in the real world) and some other poo poo, but she has put ~4000 miles on it since then - can they legally charge her for those miles? We are in Arizona, if it matters.

Sounds like a Spot Delivery Scam from the dealership. There are ways to fight it and keep the car without getting screwed out of more money, but it sounds like you don't want to keep the car, so I'm not sure how to proceed. A lawyer will have better advice, but I guess you could go down there and talk to them and if things aren't going your way, whip out your cell phone and tell them you want to see what the attorney general thinks about their Spot Delivery Scam to see if that makes them a little more helpful.

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Feb 10, 2007

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BlackMK4 posted:

My girlfriend (MY GIRLFRIEND) bought a VW Jetta GLI about 4 weeks ago with a Honda S2000 as a trade - 4k left from the trade after loan payoff - GLI was a 2006 for like 16 or 18k. The VW dealership had her approved through VW financial, until they called her credit companies over the next two weeks- they call my girlfriend and tell her that they need another $1600 cash down for VW to finance it and they have to drop gap coverage/warranty/change payment length to make it a 36/mo loan, two weeks later now they are telling her that VW still won't finance her at all and that she needs to call Wachovia and answer some questions to see if they will finance her - if they won't then she has to return the car.

I think the best option is to return the car for a few reasons like previous body work (carfax was clean, but that means jack poo poo in the real world) and some other poo poo, but she has put ~4000 miles on it since then - can they legally charge her for those miles? We are in Arizona, if it matters.

This sounds like a job for a consumer lawyer. Paging Sam Glover.

anonexpedient posted:

When I was in junior high a friend and I basically got busted for some minor mischief. We both received misdemeanor offenses for, iirc, vandalism or something like that. It was basically a lot of bullshit dealing with angry power-tripping cops who liked to yell at 14 year olds for causing 200 dollars worth of damage to public property. So after it was all said and done, I just had to do some community service and was put on probation. I was also told that it could be expunged or sealed after I turned 18, but I'm unsure about the process and am reading conflicting statements online about some of this stuff

Most importantly, do I need to hire a lawyer for this? if so, how much should I expect to pay and where do you go about finding a decent lawyer who doesn't cost a lot?

Is a criminal record like this held on file both at state and federal bureaus? What I mean is, do I need to go through both state and federal bureaus to clear my record?

How will this affect my employment opportunities? I've just read that only I may view my criminal record, but government/public agencies may also view it if I apply for a government job or am arrested again. But, obviously, a criminal record can hurt your employment opportunities, so I'm assuming that's in reference to felony charges, not misdemeanors?

This is a total state-specific question. In my state, juvenile records are sealed automatically, and do not need to be formally expunged.

If your state does require some expungement proceeding for juvenile offenses, then yes, your best bet would be to find a lawyer. In my state, expungement (for adults) requires a motion and hearing, and the last one I did for about $600. If you have a local bar association, call them and ask for a referral to a criminal defense lawyer, who would be most likely to know how to accomplish your goal.

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Solomon Grundy posted:

This sounds like a job for a consumer lawyer. Paging Sam Glover.

Not my specific area, but here is my sense: I think she can return the car and refuse their changed terms (a counteroffer to the sales & financing agreements, really), or keep the car and accept them.

She might have to pay them something for the two-week use. Check the paperwork she already has to see if this is covered. If it is not, it is negotiable.

This is why you should always get your own financing before going to the dealership. If the dealership can (a) beat your own financing and (b) actually close the loan before you walk out the door, great. If not, you know what you have.

Final thought: 4,000 miles in two weeks? Seriously?

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samglover posted:

Final thought: 4,000 miles in two weeks? Seriously?
Eh, she is in sales and drove to California and New Mexico.

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Earlier today I used my perfect pull ups (they are a pull up bar and handles that you install into your door frame.) As I was doing my first or second pull up, the handles both snapped. I fell on my back and my head whipped into the tile floor. My toe is also killing me but thats no biggie. I'm pretty sure I have some kind of concussion. I didn't get knocked out but I started feeling very weird afterwards and my vision became very blurry for a while. Now I just have a bad headache and I feel like crap. Its taking me much longer than normal to write this. I would go to the hospital but I know there's no point. I've had this happen to me before in rugby games and the hospital does nothing but tell you that you don't have internal bleeding and then charge you a ton of money. Do I have any legal basis to sue the perfect pull up company? I understand that accidents happen as a result of normal living that are no ones fault and I don't like to go around blaming stuff on other people but I only used these pull ups because I thought they were safe and now I have another concussion. I live in New York. If this situation is what is referenced by rule 5 in the first post, forgive me.

Also, I searched to see if this has happened to anyone else and it seems like the handles snapping is a common problem.

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Mar 25, 2008



Han Solo posted:

Earlier today I used my perfect pull ups (they are a pull up bar and handles that you install into your door frame.) As I was doing my first or second pull up, the handles both snapped. I fell on my back and my head whipped into the tile floor. My toe is also killing me but thats no biggie. I'm pretty sure I have some kind of concussion. I didn't get knocked out but I started feeling very weird afterwards and my vision became very blurry for a while. Now I just have a bad headache and I feel like crap. Its taking me much longer than normal to write this. I would go to the hospital but I know there's no point. I've had this happen to me before in rugby games and the hospital does nothing but tell you that you don't have internal bleeding and then charge you a ton of money. Do I have any legal basis to sue the perfect pull up company? I understand that accidents happen as a result of normal living that are no ones fault and I don't like to go around blaming stuff on other people but I only used these pull ups because I thought they were safe and now I have another concussion. I live in New York. If this situation is what is referenced by rule 5 in the first post, forgive me.

Also, I searched to see if this has happened to anyone else and it seems like the handles snapping is a common problem.

Well, I haven't gotten to products liability yet- you should ask samglover about whether you have a case against the company. But I will say that if you don't go to the hospital, you'll have a real hard time proving damages if you choose to sue the manufacturer, since there won't be any record about the existence or extent of the injuries you suffered as a result of their defective product.

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Han Solo posted:

Earlier today I used my perfect pull ups (they are a pull up bar and handles that you install into your door frame.) As I was doing my first or second pull up, the handles both snapped. I fell on my back and my head whipped into the tile floor. My toe is also killing me but thats no biggie. I'm pretty sure I have some kind of concussion. I didn't get knocked out but I started feeling very weird afterwards and my vision became very blurry for a while. Now I just have a bad headache and I feel like crap. Its taking me much longer than normal to write this. I would go to the hospital but I know there's no point. I've had this happen to me before in rugby games and the hospital does nothing but tell you that you don't have internal bleeding and then charge you a ton of money. Do I have any legal basis to sue the perfect pull up company? I understand that accidents happen as a result of normal living that are no ones fault and I don't like to go around blaming stuff on other people but I only used these pull ups because I thought they were safe and now I have another concussion. I live in New York. If this situation is what is referenced by rule 5 in the first post, forgive me.

Also, I searched to see if this has happened to anyone else and it seems like the handles snapping is a common problem.

If you can prove that this is a common problem you might be able to recover for either manufacturing error or product design liability (probably product design). That said, design liability generally requires that you submit a more efficient design (depending upon your jurisdiction).

This means you will have to pay an engineer to design a new pull up machine.

This will cost more than you will recover unless you end up with horrible disabling injuries.

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Feb 10, 2007

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Han Solo posted:

Earlier today I used my perfect pull ups (they are a pull up bar and handles that you install into your door frame.) As I was doing my first or second pull up, the handles both snapped. I fell on my back and my head whipped into the tile floor. My toe is also killing me but thats no biggie. I'm pretty sure I have some kind of concussion. I didn't get knocked out but I started feeling very weird afterwards and my vision became very blurry for a while. Now I just have a bad headache and I feel like crap. Its taking me much longer than normal to write this. I would go to the hospital but I know there's no point. I've had this happen to me before in rugby games and the hospital does nothing but tell you that you don't have internal bleeding and then charge you a ton of money. Do I have any legal basis to sue the perfect pull up company? I understand that accidents happen as a result of normal living that are no ones fault and I don't like to go around blaming stuff on other people but I only used these pull ups because I thought they were safe and now I have another concussion. I live in New York. If this situation is what is referenced by rule 5 in the first post, forgive me.

Also, I searched to see if this has happened to anyone else and it seems like the handles snapping is a common problem.

No case unless you have a brain bleed and end up in a wheelchair. Product liability cases are expensive, hard cases, and are only worth a lawyer's time if there are big damages at the end of the rainbow.

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samglover
Sep 19, 2008

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Han Solo posted:

Do I have any legal basis to sue the perfect pull up company?

If you want a new pull-up bar, you should send it in for a warranty replacement.

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samglover posted:

If you want a new pull-up bar, you should send it in for a warranty replacement.

I probably will. I'll never be able to use it without fear of disaster though. I'm just lucky I wasn't doing one of my more acrobatic moves. If I was doing the "Omar Pullup" I would probably be dead.

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Han Solo posted:

Earlier today I used my perfect pull ups (they are a pull up bar and handles that you install into your door frame.) As I was doing my first or second pull up, the handles both snapped. I fell on my back and my head whipped into the tile floor. My toe is also killing me but thats no biggie. I'm pretty sure I have some kind of concussion. I didn't get knocked out but I started feeling very weird afterwards and my vision became very blurry for a while. Now I just have a bad headache and I feel like crap. Its taking me much longer than normal to write this. I would go to the hospital but I know there's no point. I've had this happen to me before in rugby games and the hospital does nothing but tell you that you don't have internal bleeding and then charge you a ton of money. Do I have any legal basis to sue the perfect pull up company? I understand that accidents happen as a result of normal living that are no ones fault and I don't like to go around blaming stuff on other people but I only used these pull ups because I thought they were safe and now I have another concussion. I live in New York. If this situation is what is referenced by rule 5 in the first post, forgive me.

Also, I searched to see if this has happened to anyone else and it seems like the handles snapping is a common problem.

I disagree with some responses, and agree with others.

The biggest problem you have is a lack of damages. You didn't go to an urgent care facility (the ER is not meant for this type of injury), and have incurred no medical bills. So your ability to point at something and say "this is how i was harmed" is limited to the cost of the pull up bar. I am not saying that your head injury isn't worth anything, but without those bills it becomes speculative and difficult for an attorney to deal with.

Even if you had them, understand, as someone above pointed out, that unless the value of your case is a certain dollar amount, it will not be worth your or the attorney's time to deal with it. Do you want to spend 5k in order to recover 1k?

This is an area of law i deal with quite a bit with all my friends who ask me for legal advice; they have a good claim, but they either haven't been harmed, or they just don't have the damages sufficient to make it worth the time.

Might be a longshot, but is there any homeowners\renters insurance you are covered by?

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Solomon Grundy posted:

This sounds like a job for a consumer lawyer. Paging Sam Glover.


This is a total state-specific question. In my state, juvenile records are sealed automatically, and do not need to be formally expunged.

If your state does require some expungement proceeding for juvenile offenses, then yes, your best bet would be to find a lawyer. In my state, expungement (for adults) requires a motion and hearing, and the last one I did for about $600. If you have a local bar association, call them and ask for a referral to a criminal defense lawyer, who would be most likely to know how to accomplish your goal.

Any idea if the misdemeanor will show up on an employee criminal background record check if I apply to, say, a large corporation?

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Solomon Grundy
Feb 10, 2007

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anonexpedient posted:

Any idea if the misdemeanor will show up on an employee criminal background record check if I apply to, say, a large corporation?

It is either sealed automatically because you were a juvenile (which means no) or it will not be sealed (which means yes), and that is a state-specific issue.

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Argh. Another post in this thread. Maybe this one should be elsewhere, but I figured this would be the place to start.

In December, I received a notice from the IRS that my 2008 taxes were wrong (H&R Block left off a 1099-DIV form). It was a $309 difference and a $7 fee/interest thing. No big deal, I checked the "I agree with all changes" box and mailed a check.
About a week later, the check I sent cleared my account.

In February, I received a letter saying that the IRS was unable to close my case and would be deciding on a course of action. I wrote back asking what the deal was, and sent in another copy of the "I agree to the changes" form and a copy of the canceled check.

Today I got two certified mail envelopes containing a total of four notifications that my 2008 return is now delinquent. Why? They want me to pay the exact same amount of money, for the exact same changes, due to the exact same error, a second time. According to the letter, I can either pay or challenge them in tax court. There's absolutely no provision made for an IRS error, which is what has happened.

I've tried sending a letter (see: February). So far, I've spent about an hour on the phone waiting for an agent, and no one ever picks up. Does anyone with experience with tax law and/or the IRS to give me some sort of direction? They deposited my check months ago, and I just want them to stop sending me delinquency crap.

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I just wanted to verify some communication things when talking to the Police...

When picking up a vehicle (towed) from the Police, am I legally required to provide the Police with any information whatsoever other than my name and address? For instance, if the vehicle was uninsured and the Police asked who drove the vehicle to the location from which it was towed, would I be required to provide an answer? If I'm not actually present in the vehicle and haven't been pulled over, could I be required to show proof of insurance on the vehicle?

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Dolphin posted:

Michigan...

I just wanted to verify some communication things when talking to the Police...

When picking up a vehicle (towed) from the Police, am I legally required to provide the Police with any information whatsoever other than my name and address? For instance, if the vehicle was uninsured and the Police asked who drove the vehicle to the location from which it was towed, would I be required to provide an answer? If I'm not actually present in the vehicle and haven't been pulled over, could I be required to show proof of insurance on the vehicle?

1. get insurance you idiot
2. I don't know for sure about Michigan, but if I were a cop having towed a car without insurance would be enough to give me probable cause/reasonable suspicion to believe that the owner didn't have insurance and drove it. They're either going to charge you or you aren't. Don't be an idiot next time.

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