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- Hi! I am one of the very lucky people to be granted a new trial. There was an error at trial and the judge ordered a new trial. My question is what happens at a retrial? Is it the same testimony from the first trial or can the victims change their story? For example, the victim admitted hitting me first during the first trial. Can he change that or does testimony have to be the same? I need to know this to help make a decision regarding accepting a plea offer. My attorney is unsure.
- I am a single mom. I live in Yavapai County. I had to be air lifted to Phoenix at 23 weeks pregnant and gave birth to my 1 lb. daughter. She has been in the hospital in phoenix since birth on January 29, 2013. I want to file for child support but someone told me I have to wait until she is 6 months old because she has to live in Yavapai county (her home)for 6 months. Since she has only lived at the hospital in Maricopa county. What do I do?
- My 18 year old daughter, who has been on her own for 1 1/2 years since I became disabled, just signed up for beauty school and they want my information for a loan and I receive ssi. Am I obligated to sign papers for her to get a loan?
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