• How does it work? I got a letter saying that I am guilty of a car accident that I was involved in last year.?

    Last year I was in a car accident. No damage to either car. I talked to the other driver and agreed on exiting the freeway since it was dark and unsafe. I didnt get any of his info since it was my first accident and I wasn't thinking straight. He never took the exit. Now I got a letter saying that I have been... show more
    Last year I was in a car accident. No damage to either car. I talked to the other driver and agreed on exiting the freeway since it was dark and unsafe. I didnt get any of his info since it was my first accident and I wasn't thinking straight. He never took the exit. Now I got a letter saying that I have been found guilty of the accident. I have a witness that was with me in the car(Lyft passenger). Can I fight this. How does this affect my driver record.
    12 answers · 8 hours ago
  • What do I do? My boyfriend is going to jail.?

    My boyfriend of a year is going to jail for 5 months due to technically child pornography charges due to a 17 year old pretending to be 18 online and sending him nudes. We have been struggling over the last year (in part due to this stress) because he has been really distant and struggles to open up or spend the... show more
    My boyfriend of a year is going to jail for 5 months due to technically child pornography charges due to a 17 year old pretending to be 18 online and sending him nudes. We have been struggling over the last year (in part due to this stress) because he has been really distant and struggles to open up or spend the time with me that I need. He has severe abandonment issues that lead to trust issues that result in committment issues. I struggle to understand where our relationship stands sometimes. So I don't know if I stay with him or is it not worth it to wait five months to figure out where our relationship is going? He will have this record and stigma with him for the rest of his life, therefore so will I. My family already struggles to like him and I don't think they would ever understand us being together and me sticking with him. This could also impact my own carreer, which terrifies me. I would love advice from people who may have similar circumstances or advice.
    5 answers · 27 mins ago
  • If I got injured while shopping, should it be better if I file lawsuit or go thru HR of that store?

    I was shopping at Lowe s and one of the employees caused a fully built door to fall and hit my upper arm. I am currently going thru HR but I am thinking is it better if I resolve this thru lawsuit instead. I am not sure which direction since this is first time something like this happening. Advice? Thanks.
    I was shopping at Lowe s and one of the employees caused a fully built door to fall and hit my upper arm. I am currently going thru HR but I am thinking is it better if I resolve this thru lawsuit instead. I am not sure which direction since this is first time something like this happening. Advice? Thanks.
    19 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this illegal?

    I recently discovered that my ex-wife has enrolled our daughter into a different school for next school year without telling me. We have been divorced for 5 years and have a custody agreement signed off on by the courts. Things have been fine. Until recently. She has decided to move across the state line with her... show more
    I recently discovered that my ex-wife has enrolled our daughter into a different school for next school year without telling me. We have been divorced for 5 years and have a custody agreement signed off on by the courts. Things have been fine. Until recently. She has decided to move across the state line with her boyfriend and take our daughter out of the school she was enrolled in since kindergarten in MY school district and enroll her for next school year (4th grade) in a school in a neighboring state. It's only 30 mins from me, but my Ex isn't even living in the district. She used her mother's address to register our daughter. I wasn't notified of the change until my daughter told me about her "new school near grandma". Per our custody agreement, decisions like schools are to be made by BOTH of us. And when I questioned the school about it, I discovered that my ex hadn't even listed me as my daughter's father! Essentially if something had happened to her at school and her mother was unavailable, I never would have known! Is this worth discussing with my attorney as cause for petition of majority custody? At the moment, we have 50/50.
    18 answers · 23 hours ago
  • My friends parents passed away and she gets Social security until she graduates high school, but her step mom is demanding she hand it over?

    My friends parents passed away almost a year ago, and she has been getting 1,000 dollars monthly deposited into her bank account as social security. these deposits are intended to last until she graduates which is next weekend. Ever since she started getting the money, her step-mom demanded that my friend transfer... show more
    My friends parents passed away almost a year ago, and she has been getting 1,000 dollars monthly deposited into her bank account as social security. these deposits are intended to last until she graduates which is next weekend. Ever since she started getting the money, her step-mom demanded that my friend transfer the money to her account to pay bills and such, etc. Background though, her step-mom and biological dad divorced almost three years ago, and her step mom only came back into their lives after my friends dad passed away, to “act as their guardian”. My friend is now 18 and is trying to move out, but her stop mom is forcing her to give her the social security money making it very difficult to move out, and I have a sinking feeling that it’s against the law for her step mom to be forcing her to hand over money. In addition, her step mom has been forcing her out of the house telling her to pack up and move out, but despite that, the step mom still demands the money, and has allotted about 9,000 dollars from social security over the past 9 months. Could anybody educate me on if that’s illegal? If so, I intend to take legal action but to be honest i do not know where or how to figure out such a complicated situation.
    33 answers · 3 days ago
  • University's zero tolerance policy!! Can I get the university to the court? see the details below?

    So my ex gf was not over me and was stalking me. One night she entered my property and physically assaulted me while she was drunk. In self defense, I had to push her away from me but due to her drunken state she tripped and fell and sustained bruises and minor injuries. She called the cops and she got arrested... show more
    So my ex gf was not over me and was stalking me. One night she entered my property and physically assaulted me while she was drunk. In self defense, I had to push her away from me but due to her drunken state she tripped and fell and sustained bruises and minor injuries. She called the cops and she got arrested herself. Later she went to my university and filed a complaint. The ****** up part is that the university find both of us guilty and suspended me for pushing her in self defense. The law of Arizona allows us self defense but the university does not consider that and punishes victim as well. Can I take the university to the court for that? Serious answers only
    13 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Does you think that punishing underage for drinking/smoking bellow allowed age is good policy? Maybe authorities should punish vendor?

    Does you think that punishing underage for drinking/smoking bellow allowed age is good policy? Maybe authorities should punish vendor instead? In my country drinking age is 18, but we not punish teens for drinking, our police goes after people who sold those kids/people alcohol/tabasco instead, such sellers... show more
    Does you think that punishing underage for drinking/smoking bellow allowed age is good policy? Maybe authorities should punish vendor instead? In my country drinking age is 18, but we not punish teens for drinking, our police goes after people who sold those kids/people alcohol/tabasco instead, such sellers could lose their license and paid HUGE fine, but we not punish those underage people? https://www.quora.com/unanswered/What-do...
    12 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Can I sue my mother who threatens to kidnap my son inside her home?

    I have been arguing with her about my son and i cant be home for curfew when she demands it. She said she is fed up with me not coming home and feeding my child which he knows how to feed himself. His uncle who also lives with us feeds him on time. She is threatening to keep my son from me stating that I don't... show more
    I have been arguing with her about my son and i cant be home for curfew when she demands it. She said she is fed up with me not coming home and feeding my child which he knows how to feed himself. His uncle who also lives with us feeds him on time. She is threatening to keep my son from me stating that I don't cook his meals on time when that is a lie. I am looking for employment because i only work half time and she has already locked my outside once when i forgot the key. Can I sue her if she threatens to kidnap my son he is almost going to be 17.
    15 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Fist time DUI in Tennessee?

    Okay so my husband is a hard worker and we were doing really good on building our future here in Tennessee Today he was in a car accident. He was turning out on the road and the sun was in his eyes and there was a motorcyclist coming his was at high speed and my husband didn t see him coming. The motorcyclist... show more
    Okay so my husband is a hard worker and we were doing really good on building our future here in Tennessee Today he was in a car accident. He was turning out on the road and the sun was in his eyes and there was a motorcyclist coming his was at high speed and my husband didn t see him coming. The motorcyclist crashed into his side and need up being air lifted to a trama hospital. The cops didn t ask if my my husband was okay didn t take him to the hospital in stead they took him to jail to do a blood test. It took them from 6pm to 11 pm to tell us anything. Long story short we dont have insurance and he hurt his back working ( he is a builder) and his aunt gave him a pain pill that Morning at 7am ( the crash happened at 6pm) the pain pill came up on the blood test and set his bond at 15000. We just bonded him out and he is in bad pain from the accident from the bike hitting his drivers door. It was a accident the pain pill wasn t effecting him at the time of the accident. He has to go to court in 5 months. But he passed did good on the field sabrioty test he had 0 alcohol in his system and other then the pain pill in his system from early this morning he wasn t doing anything illegal it was an accident. What s going to happen in court how do they handle DUO first offence with injuring some one else?
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Was this an unlawful police stop?

    My friend and I were pulled over by the police for a "seat-belt check" and my friend had an expired license. I let her drive my car as it was late, I was tired and had 2 drinks a few hours prior. The officer called a tow truck and I contested that I was fine to drive as I got a couple hours of sleep, was... show more
    My friend and I were pulled over by the police for a "seat-belt check" and my friend had an expired license. I let her drive my car as it was late, I was tired and had 2 drinks a few hours prior. The officer called a tow truck and I contested that I was fine to drive as I got a couple hours of sleep, was now wide awake with anger, and was no longer feeling any effect from the alcohol. He refused to let me drive my own car cause he felt I wasn't in the condition to drive. I asked to take a breathalyzer and field sobriety test but he refused to administer either. Can I contest this and get my money back for my car being impounded?
    16 answers · 1 day ago
  • What are my rights as a homeowner dealing with parking?

    A family has moved in across the street bringing with them 6 vehicles. It’s no problem to me until they started leaving their vehicles in front of my house days at a time and my company didn’t have space to park. I went across the street and introduced myself and asked politely if they could give me space in front... show more
    A family has moved in across the street bringing with them 6 vehicles. It’s no problem to me until they started leaving their vehicles in front of my house days at a time and my company didn’t have space to park. I went across the street and introduced myself and asked politely if they could give me space in front of my house and that they could park underneath the light which is still on my side but it gives my company space to park. They said yes they would and stopped for a day or two but then parked another vehicle that sat in front of my house, again my company had to block my driveway. This is getting old what are my options?!
    14 answers · 23 hours ago
  • The Sante Fe shooter got his weapons from his father who appears to have obtained them legally. Should there be a punishment for the father?

    Best answer: Yes. No doubt the father believed himself to be a "responsible, law-abiding, gun owner" as well. Goes to show that simply the presence of firearms makes deaths from firearms increase, regardless of how much the gun owner thinks that they are impervious to human error or theft. If, however, we reduce... show more
    Best answer: Yes. No doubt the father believed himself to be a "responsible, law-abiding, gun owner" as well. Goes to show that simply the presence of firearms makes deaths from firearms increase, regardless of how much the gun owner thinks that they are impervious to human error or theft.

    If, however, we reduce the total number of firearms, then the risk of being killed by firearms also decreases. You never hear of attacks with grenade launchers or heavy machine guns because we have banned them from general civilian ownership. They simply aren't available and since they aren't available, they aren't used in crimes.
    13 answers · 24 hours ago
  • Are pro life hypocrites?

    Best answer: You wrote, "no matter how serious the situation." Let's imagine that when a woman gives birth, everything in her life is perfect. She is happily married to a great man, they have good income, and they have a nice house. They decide she will stay home and raise the child the first few years. A year... show more
    Best answer: You wrote, "no matter how serious the situation."

    Let's imagine that when a woman gives birth, everything in her life is perfect. She is happily married to a great man, they have good income, and they have a nice house. They decide she will stay home and raise the child the first few years. A year later, he is killed in a head on car crash on the way home from work. They didn't have life insurance and she can't find a job soon enough to start making mortgage payments - she loses everything.

    Should she, given how serious the circumstances are, kill her child? Would anyone think that was a reasonable thing to do? Or might she, just might she, find a way to move forward, get back on her feet, and find a way to support herself and her child?

    Circumstances are often serious in life. Sometimes those circumstances are present when a child is in the womb and sometimes those circumstances don't occur until later on. Death is never the solution to circumstances which can and will change.

    My original mother had very bad circumstances when I was conceived. Her mother was a widow, they didn't have a lot of money, and she was young. She chose life for me and chose to place me for adoption. This is always an option for someone facing an unplanned pregnancy today. I got to live my one, irreplaceable life, my parents got the daughter they had waited eight years to love, and my original mother got to go on with her life and her plans - win-win-win. I asked her last year if she ever wishes she had aborted me instead? She gasped and said, "No! Never!" She loves hearing from me. She loves hearing about what our daughters are doing in their lives - all of that could have been long gone if she had had me terminated in the womb because her circumstances were "serious".

    Our oldest daughter became part of our family as a teenager after she lived a nightmare of a childhood. Many people use child abuse as a reason to terminate children in the womb - "what if they end up being abused". She was abused, not because her mother couldn't have had an abortion, but because of her mother's life choices to use alcohol and drugs. No one can look at my daughter and tell me that *killing* her would have been the "compassionate" choice. She is a unique human being with the right to live her one, irreplaceable life.
    31 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it illegal for an 18 y ear old to have sex with a 17 year old?

    Best answer: In what country or state? This is impossible to answer unless I know where you are so I can look up what the age of consent is there.
    Best answer: In what country or state? This is impossible to answer unless I know where you are so I can look up what the age of consent is there.
    27 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should law enforcement have the power to stop an armed subject in a school as soon as they see them or should they be forced to wait until?

    the armed subject use the weapon?
    the armed subject use the weapon?
    16 answers · 2 days ago