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I recently went to court for a set up of criminal damage, i was proved not guilty. i want to now is it possible to sue a policeman for lying on oath in court..which can be proven....?

A:  First, courts do not prove absence of guilt (i.e. prove you were not guilty). If you were found not guilty, that only means that the prosecutor failed to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, not that you were actually not guilty. Second, the answer to your question is maybe. You could sue under a defamation or false light theory. But perjury is not a private cause of action....

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Can I start DUI classes before my court date?

A:  I''m sure it''s possible. Two things: 1) It might help with the judge, shows you are taking this seriously, and intend to reform, but... 2) It may not count towards whatever you are supposed to do for your sentence. So if your motivation is to get it out of the way earlier, it probably won''t work. But if you''re looking to improve your image with the judge, it can''t hurt. No, the court has to convicted you first. You are not liable for anything, doing it early is a waste of time. Why start DUI classes before your DUI court arraignment date when you have not been convicted of anything? What if you are acquitted or the charges are dropped/reduced? Then won''t you be out the money? I doubt the program would be...

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Being taken to court for going 39 in 30 mph zone. Falsely accused of no insurance-help?

A:  Your use of the word "solicitor" makes me think you''re not in the U.S. Can you not be given a public defender? Why are they trying to find out how much money you have? When you go to court, if you carry proof that you had insurance at the time you were stopped, the charge should be dropped. Depending on how the officer gauged your speed, the false charge may cast doubt upon the charge of speeding itself. Show up at court. If the officer doesn''t show, all charges should be dropped. But most importantly, speak to an attorney. Many will consult with you without charge. So, if you had insurance, why wasn''t the proof of that in your car where it belongs? Now, you have to go to court...

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Can I start DUI classes before my court date?

A:  No, the court has to convicted you first. You are not liable for anything, doing it early is a waste of time. I''m sure it''s possible. Two things: 1) It might help with the judge, shows you are taking this seriously, and intend to reform, but… 2) It may not count towards whatever you are supposed to do for your sentence. So if your motivation is to get it out of the way earlier, it probably won''t work. But if you''re looking to improve your image with the judge, it can''t hurt. Why start DUI classes before your DUI court arraignment date when you have not been convicted of anything? What if you are acquitted or the charges are dropped/reduced? Then won''t you be out the money? I doubt the program would be...

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My mother bought me a car for a graduation present and i paid half, however the bill of sale is in her name but everything for the car is in my name. I have text messages from her stating that i dont have to pay her back for the car, and now she wants me to pay her back. But there is nothing legally stating that i have to pay her back and she wants to take me to court over my car. Is the car legally mine or hers?

A:  It sounds like it wasn''t a present, and the certificate of title establishes that she owns it. However, if you went to court and can prove you paid for half of it, the judge could rule you own half the car. Possibly, if you can introduce the text messages, you may be able to prove to the judge it was a gift, but it''s close since it doesn''t look like she completed what was needed to make the gift final....

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What are the steps to getting a court order for someones belongings after they have commited suicide?

A:  because anyone can go into someones apartment and get what ever they want and that is against the law. u will need to go to the court house and prove u are his family by his birth certificate and have his death certificate ready. cause u will need to show that to the county clerk . u will have to get a court order for possession of his belongings and your brother may have owed back rent it is possible u may have to pay that in order to get all your brothers stuff. be prepared as u may have to go infront of a judge with all the paper work showing u are truly family to your deceased brother. this could take 2 days or it could take 6 weeks but...

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proving a mother unfit

A:  My first question is, does your husband definitely know this child is his? If he is, then your next step is to get legal counsel about how to go about obtaining legal custody of his child. No DNA has been done yet. But we have sough legal advice but we have no idea how to prove her unfit Has a child been born yet? Do you have any proof of what is really going on? Others saying things is not proof enough for a court. Are you keeping all communications? I would start with the DNA testing. If you show up in court trying to prove a mother''s unfitness, the court will ask about the paternity. So my second question, what makes you (and your...

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can he take the baby fron ny to washington?

A:  Quote: There are no guarantees about what a court will do. But the odds are that he will not be able to get custody unless he can prove you are a danger to the child and that won''t be easy. You need to stop harassing him, but you can justify the record of calls he has because you were upset that he left you. However, you do have a problem. If you leave him off the birth certificate, then you will have difficulty if you file for child support against him. On the flip side, if you put him on the birth certificate that makes it easier for him to establish himself as the legal father with rights. So you really should consult an attorney BEFORE you give birth. The attorney will tell you which option is best for you...

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twin sister commits theft and impersonates me--Q

A:  Jesus that sucks. You can''t sue the police, they really didn''t do anything that wrong. Your only action would be against your sis. If you can afford it, go get an attorney''s advice. That is a really tough situation. i understand your frustration, but you need to continue working with the detectives that are working the case against your sister, and you need to communicate with the District Attorney in order to make sure your name gets cleared. You may have to make a report against your sister for false personation if she hasn''t already been booked for it. In the Penal Code, look of section 528-530... it is somewhere right in there I believe. Hard to write all specifics in a thread that I am trying to keep simple. To

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Identity Theft by former boyfriend?

A:  Re forged signature[s]. You need a handwriting expert. Such a person will be able to detect a forgery. Handwriting experts are widely used in court proceedings to prove or disprove the handwriting and/or signature[s] of a given person, living or dead. Lots of forged wills out there, if you know what I mean?!+* I think you''ve already done the following : - Take all your evidence to your local police station. First, photo copy everything and give the police the photo copies. Tell them your story. They will do the rest. Try this as well : - Go to your Citizens Advice Bureau [CAB] - they''re in your local telephone directory as well as on-line. Same thing. Get help and...