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    Lidia’s answer: As a matter of fact. there are numerous cases that discuss what constitutes operating or “being in control” The cases are very fact specific, so I am sure your attorney will advise you as to the strength of the case.

    Lidia’s answer: The warrants never go away. Ignoring it is not going to help

    Lidia’s answer: You need to consult an attorney. Many attorneys provide first free consultation

    Lidia’s answer: These are very serious charges, as my colleague has already stated. His potential exposure will depend on his prior record score, the circumstances of the case etc.

    Lidia’s answer: There is a very good, almost 100% chance that you’ve already been found guilty in absentia. Statute of limitations only applies when a party neglects to file suit or criminal traffic complaint not when defendant fails to appear.

    Lidia’s answer: In order to prevail in a personal injury claim the defendant needs to be liable for plaintiffs injury. The burden is on the plaintiff. I see no Liability. Injury alone is not enough

    Lidia’s answer: You may want to start from drafting a matrimonial settlement agreement or filing for equitable distribution, support and cusody. But I wouldn’t do it without an attorney

    Lidia’s answer: If the car is under your name you will be sued for negligent entrustment. You should try and keep it under your husbands name only. Otherwise, any judgment will be against both of you and lien can be placed on jointly owned property

    Lidia’s answer: You have the right to be represented by an attorney

    Lidia’s answer: This question is very vague. Different cases are eligible for different levels of help due to hardship. Contact an attorney specializing in your kind of cases