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Question: I am divorced. My ex-husband commeted domestic violence when we were married a couple of times. Now, his new wife and him are picking on our 15 year old daughter. His new wife has threatened her with bodily harm as well as verbally abusing her. I don't know if this is child abuse, harassment, or domestic violence. What should I do?
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Question: I am living with my fiancee. I owe him 2400 for things he purchased for me including a car. The situatin at home has gotten to where I no longer want to be there. He signed and agreement with me saying I would pay him back $100 per paycheck until monies were paid. I would like to leave asap from his home with my child and take the car. He holds the title in his name. Can I legally leave with the car since it is not paid off yet. The agreement was not notorized
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Question: Can my ex-husband be arrested for stealing my mail?
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Question: I was convicted of DV Agg. Assault w/ a Deadly Weapon in 2001. I served 3.5 yrs. for this crime. I was under the influence of drugs/alcohol at the time, and also going thru a bitter divorce suit. I am wondering if there is any way I can get my gun rights restored? I am not planning on going hunting, or shooting someone, but with the crime rate escalating due to the economy staggering, I would NOT want to be sentenced to prison for protecting my own life as a prohibited possessor. What, if any, steps do I need to take to attempt to restore my rights. Thank You for you time !!!
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Question: If someone was charged with domestic violence but then the charges were dismissed, can that person go to law school and become a lawyer?
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