Currently requesting an ADA accommodation due to my high anxiety working in office at my workplace. I am diagnosed with Bipolar 1 and have had a history of anxiety. I let my company know about my disability; however, to approve the request, I am required to provide proof of disability and... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
Anxiety can be, but is not necessarily, a disability under the ADA. It must interfere with major life activities like eating, walking, dressing, etc to be considered a disability.
The employer has the right to request documentation.
I was incarcerated at Maricopa county jail on during January 26th of 2023 and I was in a psychiatric unit at lower buckeye jail and I was I happened to not feel good I was throwing up about 6 to 7 times that day and I had asked the deal if she could call the nurse or call the medical so that they... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
Based on the information provided, it is not clear what the claim is for. Please provide additional details and context for me to accurately determine if it is a valid claim for a lawsuit.
Trailers, van and Harley towed for safe keeping after arrested at campsite for misdemeanor ticket..BLM requested the tow knowing I would be back in less then 24 hrs..as the Sheriff said it was just protocol and I would be self released once processed.
answered on Mar 2, 2023
There are generally laws that allow for government agencies to impound vehicles for safekeeping, but the specifics can vary by state and agency. Typically, the agency is required to provide notice to the owner of the vehicle and to provide an opportunity for the owner to retrieve the vehicle. If... Read more »
This has been bothering me more lately than usual as I am now homeless and have to feed myself and my dog with no money. I just cannot see how it is a legitimate per view of government to, in essence, require an individual to have the monetary capacity to feed themselves which is a basic human... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
The requirement for a license to hunt or fish is based on the principle of conservation and management of wildlife resources. Hunting and fishing licenses help fund wildlife management and conservation efforts, such as habitat restoration, research, and education. Without these funds, it would be... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
A judge may order a dismissal and civil judgment in a civil rights suit for various reasons, such as:
Lack of evidence: If there is not enough evidence to support the plaintiff's claims, the judge may dismiss the case and enter a civil judgment in favor of the defendant.... Read more »
This came after I threatened my ex to have my son's mouth fixed because he had a mouthful of bad teeth. She took him from Utah to Colorado and left him with his half sister whom he had never met and she filed for emergency guardianship due to neglect. All of which was taking place without my... Read more »
answered on Jan 21, 2023
I'm sorry that I didn't see this sooner. I hope your son is with you now.
If he is not, you need to talk to a family law attorney in the state where he currently is about what you need to do to get that state to enforce the order of this Court.
If he is in Arizona,... Read more »
This is a pretty difficult case. It includes 5 people, and the ultimate lawsuit is against ASU. I said no to arbitration
The case starts with discrimination and a huge negligence issue all the way to the Dean of that building. Then the VP of Student affairs emailed me several times (she... Read more »
answered on Dec 24, 2022
Obviously a case of this nature is not something a novice attorney ought to be handling. And, of course, it would be foolish to bring without an attorney at all.
There are a few attorneys who regularly sue colleges and universities for discrimination. Occasionally, advocacy groups fund... Read more »
The custody of a drug addict where I was sold, raped and given drugs. Once I wasn't needed I was thrown in Maclaren Hall and others
answered on Nov 30, 2022
You need to post this question for Arizona lawyers. This forum is for California lawyers, and as a California lawyer I am not permitted to practice in Arizona because I am not licensed there. California lawyers cannot give you advice on Arizona law unless they are licensed in that state.
When asked about bag of meds, Driver informs officer he is a Type 1 Diabetic but ran out of insulin, & is on the way home to retrieve spare insulin vial.
Driver also wearing a CGM (blood sugar monitor) & high blood sugar alarm repeatedly goes off during interaction. Would the... Read more »
answered on Oct 1, 2022
It would depend on what happened after the officer saw the medication and the syringe. If you are saying that the officer used that observation to extend the traffic stop for the tail light to investigate into drug possession--there may be a Forth Amendment issue here. The USSC has said there are... Read more »
There were 3 of us on my locked property who were detained for 4 hours waiting for a search warrant. We went to jail and released 5 days later with no explanation no court visits and no return of property. Can they use any evidence collected from that search to bring up charges later down the road
answered on Sep 10, 2022
The answer is it depends. There is a lot more information I would need to know to accurately answer that question.
If you were placed under arrest and there was sufficient probable cause for the arrest, then police can hold you until they get a warrant for a search. If they did place you... Read more »
My friend is a prohibited possessor. His wife put a handgun under their seat with the intention of taking it to the police department because she found it in a park where there were children playing. My friend was unaware of it's presence. He was stopped and the police officer charged him with... Read more »
answered on Aug 14, 2022
A prohibited possessor charge in Arizona is actually called "Misconduct Involving a Weapon" and is a class 4 felony. This charge carries the potential for years in prison and depending on a person's prior criminal convictions, this charge could be a prison mandatory charge.... Read more »
Inmate NEEDS supervision reinstated. It would have been granted but Board said Inmate WAVED- Inmate did not intentionally WAVE- He was misinformed when signed paper. What can inmate do now to get RELEASED?
answered on Aug 4, 2022
Thank you for your question, but I'd need to clarify some of the finer points to give a more accurate answer. First, was this a revocation hearing to revoke probation? If so, what type of probation? Also, I'm interested to know more about the board that said that rights were waived and... Read more »
No one can tell me what comes next. If I can't write the Memorandum, then I have no defense. Legal advise isn't common in my case. PLEASE HELP!
answered on Jul 25, 2022
I don't know if you are appealing a civil matter or criminal matter. Regardless, the answer is the same: You prepare a "narrative" of what happened in Court, file it with the superior court, and the other party may then object to what you've written. You need to file this no... Read more »
They entered the yard handcuffed him at 10am searchead his home and found his safe broke into it found drugs and money and arrested him and served him aearch warrant at 120 pm while already in jail is that even ligal i thought you needed a warrant to search premises and their body cams were off... Read more »
answered on Jun 3, 2022
Generally speaking, the government needs a search warrant to search your home. There are some exceptions such as exigent circumstances or imminent danger. You indicated that they served a warrant him later in the day. What really matters is when was the warrant issued by the Court. Again,... Read more »
Me and my Wife rent a room at her mother's for 800 a month, and always pay on time. Me and my Wife suffer from severe anxiety and her mom keeps racking on the door randomly waking up our child and shooting our anxiety through the roof. We have confronted her told her of our anxiety and to... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2022
I'm sorry to hear of your situation. I'm sorry that your mother-in-law is not more sensitive to your needs. That is certainly a failure on her part on the human level. I wanted to give you the number for National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
Unfortunately, I think you... Read more »
By entire I mean audio and visual from statements given by each person arrested with me that is mentioned in the disclosure.
answered on Mar 2, 2022
You're entitled to basic disclosure and anything that may be exculpatory in nature. Including statements made by co-defendants. Your attorney needs to ask for everything.
answered on Mar 2, 2022
10 years from the date of commission for F2 and F3, 5 years for F4-6.
After ten minutes of searching they say they found heroin next to my shifter and come and ask me if it was heroin. They told me they had probable cause to search. How can this be if they found drugs ten minutes after there search. Just because I was sleeping. Does that mean they can enter my... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2022
I don't entirely understand your question. If there was something that "through training and experience" an officer believed something to be heroin in plain view, they have probable cause for a search. Was there body cam? Dash cam? I suggest speaking with your attorney who can review... Read more »
I live in Arizona non married parents fighting for custody of their child is it legal for the judge to require them to share with each other their ssn bank account numbers business ein tax records and drivers license number this seems to violate privacy and security as this information can be... Read more »
answered on Feb 9, 2022
Yes, if you have a custody dispute you will also be determining child support. A deep dive into your financial affairs is required to determine child support where parents dispute earnings. The courts have the authority to require you to produce all relevant financial information.
Occured last December at the Yuma county jail. It happened to my boyfriend and several other inmates within the same pod. The detention officer was masturbating and finished at the inmates door while they tried to sleep.
answered on Feb 7, 2022
You would need to report this behavior to the Yuma County Sheriff. If you get no response there, you would next turn to the Arizona Office of the Attorney General.
While it is possible the inmates could sue in civil court, without an investigation and findings from a law enforcement agency,... Read more »
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