no, it is a matter of opinion, and George Washington was the greatest man in the world
10-20 years depending on state laws and the type of judgment that was awarded. This varies from state to state, so check the laws of the state where the judgment was obtained. In NJ a judgment is valid as a judgment until it is paid or discharged through court process, like in bankruptcy. BUT: The judgment's effectiveness as a lien on the defendant's property is only for 20 years, but the judgment holder can extend it for another 20 years. The reason for the expiration is so that judgments that may have been paid but not discharged of record or just abandoned by the judgment holder do not clutter up the records.
Your car has obviously been towed away and impounded so you are going to have to find out what towing company took it. If you have been in an accident then it's in a police impound. May not be in a police impound unless they are doing an investigation which requires it to be impounded. It depends on where it is. Was it repossessed? Was it left on the side of the road? Was it parked in a no parking zone? Was it parked in a reserved spot?
== == NO , but painting the walls a dark colour will make the water look like it is from a swamp. Light colour walls are normal.
Yes, all states have laws that establish the legal age of majority. For most states that age is 18, for Nebraska and Alabama it is 19, for Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21.