My question is in regards to idaho legislative statute 18-310 (2). My felony is not listed under the list of charges that disqualify you from immediate restoration of 2a rights
answered on Mar 2, 2023
If you have completed your probation, you may be eligible to have your firearm rights restored. However, the process and requirements for restoration of firearm rights vary by state. You should check the laws of your specific state to determine the process and requirements for restoring your... Read more »
I was pulled over on a highly bs traffic stop. So much so that my case is being dropped. The reason I was pulled over was because I was from oregon in idaho late at night. I've had several people comment on the fact that they were disappointed that they didn't find more Marijuana because... Read more »
answered on Jan 26, 2023
The question, the ONLY question is . . . did the officer have a "reasonable suspicion" that the driver of the car (son) had done something that the officer could give him a citation for? If the answer to that question is "yeah, the cop said my son was speeding but he never even gave... Read more »
I got pulled over driving with suspended
Police ran a drug dog and it hit on passenger said, they searched and nothing (known ex dealer) I had both my babies in car . They then took me to jail and book and release only to return to my car and no phone, no idea what was taken, no clue they... Read more »
answered on Oct 1, 2021
Police can legally hold "evidence of a crime," for a long as it takes for them to prosecute the passenger and convict him AND for his appeal time (42 days) to run. After that, it should just take a phone call to the Sheriff's Property Locker, for you to retrieve your phone. Be... Read more »
Do I have the right to know what evidence was given to establish probable cause submitted to the judge in order to obtain a search warrant? Can a police officer just tell a judge that he believes illegal activity is going on at so and so's residence with no basis or evidence for probable cause?
answered on Jun 18, 2021
Yes you have the absolute right to know exactly what the police had given the judge before asking the judge to issue a search warrant. Your lawyer will make a Request for Discovery to the State. The State will send your lawyer the Affidavit of Probable Cause, which was typed up and given to the... Read more »
Also was made to urinate in public after I told officer it made me uncomfortable then he watched me pee after he’d already searched me but said it was to make sure I didn’t try to get rid of anything.
answered on Jun 3, 2021
Hi, I'm sure someone else will probably ask you to clarify your question, but let me first ask you to ask it more clearly please? IF I understand your question, you said that you were arrested? For what were you arrested? In a car? Park? While walking?
Second question:... Read more »
In 2017. According to state law 18-301 these rights should have been restored after my successful probation. a post-conviction restoration of civil rights under State law. In accordance with 18 U.S.C. § 921(a)(20), a conviction does not disqualify an individual from possessing firearms if the... Read more »
answered on Sep 22, 2020
An Idaho attorney would know this best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, you could check the signage. As a GENERAL matter, bus lanes sometimes have times during which the restrictions to regular vehicles apply. Good luck
What I mean is how can the government get away with this isn't this a huge first amendment violation.
answered on Apr 16, 2020
The code section is well written and easily understood (to me). What specifically do you not understand?
answered on Mar 30, 2019
Not automatically. If you’re a citizen of the United States you won’t give up the 14th Amendment rights you have simply by being convicted of a felony. However, to be certain that you haven’t been “required” to give up your 4th Amendment rights, particularly for drug crimes, by the court... Read more »
I am currently serving a 4 year prison term for Calif but requested extradition to Idaho for sentencing on additional charges under the Interstate Agreement on Detainers Act. After hiring my present attorney and being advised to waive the preliminary hearing to allow her extra time (3 weeks) to... Read more »
answered on Dec 23, 2018
RULE 1.3: DILIGENCE
A lawyer shall act with reasonable diligence and promptness in
representing a client.
 A lawyer should pursue a matter on behalf of a client despite opposition, obstruction or personal inconvenience to the lawyer, and take whatever... Read more »
My civil rights were violated when I was illegally searched and arrested. The officer busted my car window out, cut seatbelt off of me with a knife and extracted me out of my car. He and another officer searched inside my pants pockets, my car (including truck & glove compartment). The... Read more »
answered on Oct 29, 2018
More information is needed to answer your question. You should contact an attorney to see what your options are.
answered on Oct 20, 2015
Yes, the constitution can be changed. Why? Because amendments change it and there have been many so far. There are of course plenty more answers to this question.
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answered on Oct 20, 2015
No facts, no answer to the situation and no application of the law.
This clause is part of the original constitution of the United States of America and follows "No person except a natural born Citizen;" how is this not interpreted to mean that any citizen of the United States, natural born or (emphasis on the or) not can run for the presidency?
answered on Oct 7, 2015
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been... Read more »
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