Reply to romlawyer's Post: at court that day my lawyer was busy and sent another in his place. All he could do was hand copy the police report
and reset until june.
I read the report which was painful since it was written left-handed. All jokes aside it sounds like I have a 50-50 chance. My daughter signed something allowing them to enter. And since she technically is in the army, they may argue she has no home aside from where she sleeps.
I will take your advice and immediately (have my lawyer) file the warrentless motion but right now I feel like I need a hug more than I need the lawyer I hired!
Have any advice on how I can find a smart lawyer? Wading through stacks of generic lawyer mail is not my style. What I'd really like to find is a lawyer, possibly a student who can teach me how to sue.
I want to learn how to operate in civil court since it's stacked against the average taxpayer in criminial court. I'm a quick learner and wouldn't hold the "teacher" responsible for anything. Or recommend a good book on the subject...
Houston doesn't have a public defender and honestly I no longer trust various "agencies" to make smart decisions on my behalf.
Thanks again, the money is yours. Tell me if I pushed the wrong button or something as this is my first encounter... Carin