They initiated a traffic stop under the pretense of improper tag but never made a citation for this and ran a dog around the vehicle that supposedly alerted arrested my father, and then allowed the driver to leave without ticket or confiscating the tag.
Also, another thing is, the facility... Read more »
answered on Mar 21, 2023
You wrote about two separate issues, an arrest and conditions at a detention facility. Regarding the arrest, an attorney would have to review the arrest report and obtain all the facts. Does the arrestee have an attorney? If so, why look for help online? If no attorney, is help needed to obtain... Read more »
My great grand father was born in 1878 and said it never happened because the US had nothing to offer. We couldn't vote until the 1960s don't citizens get to vote?
answered on Mar 19, 2023
The 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution provides, in pertinent part, that "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. " Citizenship thus has very little... Read more »
There was a warrant to search a house. In trial it wasn’t used but was brought up that there was a warrant for a murder suspect. The original warrant reason was sales of mdma and marijuana. There was no sales charge given nor any audio or video of the sales being recorded. Also there was... Read more »
answered on Mar 18, 2023
Are you asking about a Legal Malpractice case? If so, many states have particular requirements for a legal malpractice case arising out of a criminal case. This might include the requirement of a finding of exoneration. Consult with experienced legal malpractice cases in your state.
The original incident was an argument with somebody else who ended up flagging down the cops. When I was told to step out of my car, I was told I was not allowed to use my cellphone with the officer snatched it from my hand and would not give it back. Is that legal?
I’m not sure if I put... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2023
Without a warrant, a police officer during an ordinary dispatch cannot seize and keep your cell phone.
Go to the police station, report what happened to a supervisor, and demand your cell phone back. That could resolve the problem without the necessity of hiring a lawyer to sue for the... Read more »
If someone is holding a lawful and peaceful protest on a sidewalk, then 1 individual person comes and throws glass at police & otherwise does disorderly and unlawful actions, are police able to deem the entire protest unlawful and disperse it? Can 1 protestor's actions represent the entire... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2023
To answer this question, you must put yourself in the shoes of the police officers - that is how a Court would analyze it should the police action be challenged. (By the way, I have handled many police misconduct cases representing victims of false arrest, excessive force, etc., and I've been... Read more »
What is the exact procedure when defense atty files for motion to compel evidence, after judge grants it for two weeks WHY WOULD A DEFENSE ATTY ASK FOR A SECOND MOTION TO COMPEL AND A SANCTION. Are they able to be asking for a motion to request a dismissal of the case or a final judgment
answered on Mar 13, 2023
Apparently, what happened was that the defendant's attorney moved that the plaintiff (which, of is a criminal case, would be the government) be ordered to produce some sort of evidence. The judge gave the prosecution two weeks to produce the evidence. When the defendant's attorney... Read more »
Judge gives deadline of evidence, is state allowed to submit and use evidence after this date to convict someone
answered on Mar 11, 2023
No, if a judge grants a motion to compel and sets a deadline for the state to submit discovery, the state is not allowed to submit or use any evidence that was not submitted by the deadline. This is because the purpose of the deadline is to ensure that both the prosecution and defense have adequate... Read more »
THEY ILLEGALLY FILED FOR A DEMO ORDER THE ATTORNEY SAID THEY WOULD REMOVE WITH FOCE MY FAMILY. ONES 10 FIRST TIME SHES HAD A DECKED OUT BY GRANDPA BEDROOM. AND ACROSS THE STREET FROM US. SO HER LIFE IS STABLE GRADE ARE MAXED AND I KEEP THIS NEIGHBORHOOD PROPER. I HELP ANYONE CLEAN UP WHAT SOME NOT... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2023
It sounds like you are in a very difficult situation. If you feel that a county government agency is targeting you unfairly, you may want to consider seeking legal assistance to help protect your rights and interests.
Here are some steps you can take:
Consult with an attorney: A... Read more »
What can I do to stop them from ever entering the property again.
answered on Mar 8, 2023
1. Give written demand to leave (either immediately or give a deadline of your choice), and keep a copy; good to give verbal demand as well;
2. If the person refuses, read Fla. Statutes Section 82.035 (which is online) - that provides a remedy of having the police order the person to... Read more »
I was hired by a federal agency and invited for two weeks of training. I got infected with COVID on the third day of the training. They provided a hotel for quarantine. I could not receive the adequate medication that I needed from ER. The PCP advised me in Florida to travel from GA to have a... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
It's possible that you may have a case if your termination was discriminatory or in violation of federal law or agency policy. The EEOC investigates complaints of employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information, so if you... Read more »
Every Seminoles we meet always say they came here to Florida but the Indians from here now call themselves Black. There are no schools that teach them that they are American Indians they teach them that they are Black. Are there any lawyers that will be ready to take the fight when we want to use... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
The Indian Removal Act, which was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson in 1830, forced many Native American tribes to leave their ancestral lands and relocate to areas west of the Mississippi River. However, not all tribes were removed, and some, like the Seminole, resisted relocation and... Read more »
case info on this question is as follows. Case # 2:2017cv00098
For this issue has the statue of limitations expired yet?
The cause of action for this is: 42 U.S.C. § 1983
answered on Feb 28, 2023
The statute of limitations bars the FILING of civil cases after the expiration of the limitations period. Once the case is filed, there is no longer a statute of limitations issue. However, other deadlines then come into play under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Court's... Read more »
Alongside not meeting the person who was supposed to be hired, the money was accepted from me but services were not rendered. No receipts were given at all when asked multiple times for them, only promised to give them as i would tell him 'i need a receipt for this' but then would never... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2023
Sounds like you've been scammed, as well as extorted. You should have promptly sought advice when you did not get receipts, but seek help now - schedule a consultation with an attorney. You likely have a potential civil claim for money damages (though you might have a collectibility... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
Your inquiry is too vague. I suggest you start over with a new inquiry with specifics - notice from whom, to whom? (without mentioning names) - to accomplish what?
answered on Mar 2, 2023
In Florida, notice reasonably calculated to apprise interested parties of the pendency of the action and afford them an opportunity to present their objections is required in civil cases. This is typically satisfied by following the rules of service of process as outlined in the Florida Rules of... Read more »
Whereas by the mutual Discontents, Complaints, Jealousies and Fears of English and Indians, occasioned by the Violent Intrusions of divers English into their Lands, forcing the Indians by way of Revenge, to kill the Cattel and Hogs of the English, whereby Offence and Injuries being... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
If you have any questions regarding these and other Tribal land issues, you can contact the BIA or Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington DC, and they can respond to your questions and concerns Good Luck!
answered on Feb 19, 2023
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In addition to searches you may conduct on your own online, there is a "Find a Lawyer" tab at the upper left part of this page. You could search Florida attorneys by region and practice area. Additionally,... Read more »
Molestation by mom boyfriend at 13
answered on Feb 8, 2023
Very few personal injury lawyers are willing to accept cases involving intentional acts like assault and battery because of concerns about the collectibility of any judgment.
Insurance policies uniformly have “intentional act” exclusions. Public policy usually precludes insurance or... Read more »
I was never arrested, I was taken in for questioning and was let go the same night. I didn’t have to bail out.
Back story - I called the cops about a man threatening me with a gun in Tampa fl . I waited outside in my friends car. The police approached me and instantly the male officer began harassing me and charged me with dui and took me to jail . They dropped the charges after viewing the body cam because... Read more »
answered on Jan 28, 2023
You have potential claims against the arresting officer and his/her employer if your criminal case had any of the following outcomes: No Information, Nolle Prosse (or Nolle Prosequi), Dismissal by the Court, or Acquittal (not guilty verdict) by the Court. If you entered a no contest (or nolo... Read more »
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