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If I was pulled over for speeding and has the officer to see my point of speed does he have to show me
Asked in Brookville,  OH Oct. 02, 2015 ,  3 Answers

I have been having issues with a small town cop and he said that he did not have to show me his radar and was going to write a ticket...

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What record can I request from a police who pulled me over speeding? Can I ask to see the speed on his gun or a print out?
Asked in Fort Lauderdale,  FL Jul. 29, 2015 ,  4 Answers

In Fort Lauderdale, I was traveling 54 MPH (set by cruise control) in a 45 MPH zone. I was expecting to be issued a ticket for going 9 MPH over, which I would have understood as a lesson. However, surprisingly, the police officer said he clocked me at 60 MPH. Knowing this was either a mistake or he'...

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Asked in North Hollywood,  CA May 20, 2015 ,  4 Answers

I have a citation, for which I have already requested and obtained discovery from Highway patrol (its a speeding ticket), I have not been arraigned yet, my arraignment is in July. I am willing to post bail and ask for Trial by Dec Here is my question. When would be the best time for me to file 1385 ...

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Can I successfully stop an ADA settlement In Federal Court between Plaintiff and Owner because it adversely affects my business?
Asked in San Diego,  CA Nov. 19, 2014 ,  1 Answers

ADA lawsuit filed for access violation. Owner and Plaintiff have agreed to cash settlement and a requirement for me, the business owner/operator, to carry two tables up and down stairs daily and set up a bell to ring to serve handicapped patrons. I cannot agree to this because it is dangerous but al...

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Oklahoma DUI Basics
Post On Oct. 05, 2014

The Basics of DUI Defense in Oklahoma ... What to expect, and what can be done about it. First, Stop and Do This Now! First, if you or someone you know has been arrested in Oklahoma for DUI or APC, you only have fifteen days from the date of arrest to request an administrative hearing from the Oklah...

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6 Tips for Dealing with an Iowa Distracted Driving Accident Injury
Post On Nov. 08, 2013

Do not confront the other driver. Do not accuse the other driver of anything at the scene of the accident or after the crash. You are unlikely to get any information useful to your case from such a confrontation and you may risk making things more complicated. Do collect evidence at the scene of the...

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Florida Dissolution of Marriage: Mandatory Disclosure - What and Why?
Post On Mar. 30, 2013

Viewed from a personal perspective rather than collectively as a couple, comparing the amount of wealth and assets once shared in marriage relative to what will be your share after asset division can be daunting. What was once thought sufficient to maintain a happy relationship and comfortable lifes...

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Adverse Possession Lawsuits: Washington State
Post On Apr. 10, 2011

Boundary Disputes For many years, much of my practice has involved advising clients in neighbor disputes. These disputes have involved boundary issues, trespassing and damage claims, restrictions to views, and blocking of easements. While timber trespass (cutting down a neighbor’s tree) cases can be...

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Top 10 Tips For Divorce in Connecticut
Post On Oct. 29, 2010

Tip #1 For Divorce in Connecticut: Have a Vision The first tip for divorce in Connecticut is to define what is most important to you in your divorce and what your future goals are beyond the divorce. What issue must be resolved as most important? Is it about your children, your finances, your safety...

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