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Maybe Dad, but working oversees

A:  You need to get an attorney where she is to act on your behalf. He can petition the court to ORDER a paternity test. If you are the father you will have to pay support. You can certainly petition for custody but I suspect the court will be hesitant for the child to be sent out of the country. When someone claims you are Dad, wants child support, but refuses to do a test to verify paternity, warning bells and lights should be going off in your head. Lynn is right...you need to retain counsel in her home area and file to have paternity testing court ordered  to verify if you are Dad.  If you are, it is highly unlikely you get custody (physical custody).  It may even be...

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Felony assult?

A:  him - jail you - child support right now - restraining order ( or be stupid and get beat up a few more times first - your choice but remember you are deciding for two ) as for custody after the baby is born it is VERY IMPORTANT that you go before a judge and request SOLE CUSTODY AND NO VISITATION do it immediately because he can also go do the same now or in the future I am glad he is your ex first of all. many women tend to go back to abusive relationships. I did and had two children with the man. It doesn''t work, if he hits you once he will do it again. I would talk to the police and get a restaining order if there isn''t already one in place. Go on about your life and don''t worry about him, he made his own bed. as for the child most men that are abusive...

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Can she deny me visitation?

A:  If you were in compliance with the court order and she is refusing to release your child, she is in contempt. You would need to file an emergency hearing to get your kid. You can also speak with the local police about enforcing the order, but often times they say it's a civil matter and refer you back to the courts. I would not let this go. If she does it this time, it will happen again and again until you are estranged from your child. I'd haul her butt right into court and let her explain to the judge why she thinks she can keep your child from you. Fear of what "might" happen will not get her very far. Interference with the parent-child relationship can also be grounds for modification of...

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Insurance policy and warrants.....?

A:  Warrants are only dealt with by police officers, not insurance companies. The insurance company likely has no easy way or incentive to determine whether your boyfriend has any warrants or not. i work for an insurance company and if you put him under your policy it would bw a little high but for your boyfriend its best if he has an sr-22. and the best bet is to look for cheap full coverage insurance !!! No, the insurance won''t alert anyone to come and take him to jail. HOWEVER. It''s pointless to pay for the SR22, because he CANNOT get his license reinstated until the warrants have all been cleared up. Perhaps he should not be driving around with a suspended license or outstanding warrants? Even if he doesn''t get in an accident, if he gets pulled over for any...

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Repo and Criminal Charges

A:  First of all, the company can't file criminal charges. The company can make a report to the police, but only the prosecuting attorney can file criminal charges (and, frankly, making a threat of criminal charges in order to collect money is, in and of itself, likely criminal). However, of course, your son can, and probably will, be sued. The company may also be able to repo the ATV from the person to whom your son sold it, and if that happens, that person will probably also sue your son. "He is terrified of going to jail - are there any criminal charges they can file against him?" West Virginia does have a criminal statute that appears to apply to what he did. So, yes, there is a possibility that he can be brought up on...

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Aggravated Assault - HELP!

A:  "I am charged with aggravated assault...." If you are convicted as charged there is a chance that you could be jailed? If you don't have a criminal defense lawyer, you should seriously consider making an appointment to discuss your situation asap. BTW, the video probably won't be doing you any good. Visit the following website for some insight into possible penalties: http://www.georgiadefenders.com/assault.aggravatedassault.htm You can also do an internet search on your charge by state. Good luck Going to jail presupposes a conviction. You aren't to that point yet. Pulling a knife implicates the fact that you apparently had a concealed weapon on your person. That's not good. All...

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Question about underage pregnancy in utah?

A:  I don''t live in utah but I don''t think its unlawful to have sex under 18 just unethical say im 18 (witch im not) then i cant have sex with anyone under the age of 18 no it is not illegal to have sex under any age. you can have sex whenever and it''s not illegal. but- if the person she had sex with is over eighteen, he can be a "sexual offender," and it may even be considered a rape. and no, at sixteen her parents still have custody of her and can tell her what to do, unfortunately. if she had of been eighteen, though, the law says she can do whatever she wants. R U SERIOUS!?!? 15..... No she can''t go to jail.. the person who had sex with he rcan if he''s over 3yrs older then her....

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Who would go to jail? How would this work?

A:  What a random question but i like the way you think I''ve always had this question Do vegitarians eat animal crackers. But the answer to yours is probalythey would seperate them and if it works the side that shot someone would go to jail. If they are cojoined twins, they are celebrities, and celebrities don''t go to jail for murder. Yes, they would both go to jail. They both have say so in what the body itself does. Just because one side was against it, doesn''t mean the other side can go free. Interesting Question!!! I dont know, maybe they would just put a box over the bad ones head....

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Can the cable company make you pay your bill ? read details?

A:  Yes, they will go after you. The bill will be turned over to a collection agency. If the collection agency is unsuccessful, the cable company may take you to court. You won''t go to jail, it''s a civil matter. It will adversely affect your credit rating. Yes, they can go after you, add on late fees and interest. If you continue to not pay, they can sue you. You can''t go to jail....

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jail for credit card debt?

A:  Hello jenn: No. excon No but it sure will kill your credit score. no, you can not go to jail, unless you did some theft or fraud with the credit card. Now remember if the debt collectors mouth is moving, they are lying, they will tell you on the phone they are calling the police, that they will tow your car overnight, that they will take your house, your mothers house, kill you dog, anything they can to make you pay. They can in many states sue you in court garnish your paychecks, take all the money out of your bank account and so on....