I have a question: I was working at a local small government entity as a director. The outgoing director and I formed a strong friendship that ended with a emotionally charged discussion between us before they left. In the course of this discussion, the person said, “I hope you don’t hang... Read more »
At the time of the comment, you are both acting in your official capacity so Worker's Compensation would be your sole remedy. That said, Indiana's Worker's Compensation law does not recognize psychological injury so I honestly do not see any viable cause of action. I would urge you...Read more »
It depends on the person's status with the BMV. IF they are suspended-infraction, then they will continue to get tickets and not criminally charged. Though, if they plead to one of the DWS tickets, the status will change to DWS-prior and the person could be arrested and criminally charged.
You should consult an employment attorney right away regarding your rights under Indiana law. You may have claims against your employer and/or a worker's compensation claim for the injuries you sustained.
Ok let me add to this then so I can get a little more clarification. An illegal search and Seizure being detailed into a psi is not a violation of my 4th amendment right? Also bc I had marijuana on me in CA and it's legal and being in Indiana it is illegal this evidence enhanced my sentencing... Read more »
During the sentencing phase of a case, the legal standard for the admission of evidence no longer follows the Rules of Evidence. Rather, the evidence only needs to have "sufficient indicia of reliability" which is a pretty low bar.
Hearsay, and even double-hearsay, is allowed....Read more »
Bag was under 1g of powder and field test lightly as cocaine according to cops found in my mother's jeep after it was stolen and recovered but nothing ever searched in it so I drove it cause she let me and then cops find drugs in it. 2 f6 charges pending now
You need to stay off of these websites and speak only with your attorney about these charges. From what you posted, there may be a defense in your case, but you could ruin your entire case by sharing details of your case publicly.
Talk with your attorney about the charges privately and work...Read more »
I currently live in Texas and have been helping my daughter with her (currently 4yo) son since he was born, even though she lived in Oklahoma. I even kept her son in Texas for 6 months while she got on her feet. After the 6 months, she took her son to Indiana where she had her father & other... Read more »
Your situation is complex and requires the dedicated attention of an experienced attorney.
You can be assured, however, that adoption is serious process with constitutional implications. Your daughter will have to be notified of any adoption proceedings and will have to be provided an...Read more »
Both parent are attending eachother hearing in cahoots to alienate me from my child with various accusations. I would like to consolidate the cases so that I do not have to go from court to court, and can go to the same hearing and court for both children
My parenting time has been suspended pending a hair follicle test being submitted to the court and my ex-husband in Indiana.. does that mean NO CONTACT? He won't let me speak to them by phone and has even changed my son's play station account password and email so I can't send vbucks.
My ex (never married) is keeping the kids from me, she told me and an officer that an attorney advised her to keep the children from me until visitation is put into place. I have signed the paternity affidavit for both my children and for my son we signed a form with the health department agreeing... Read more »
He now wants to include her in the will. He wants to make all the decisions on this and will not let his adult children help make this decision. He has some dementia, gets confused easily and should probably be in a nursing home. As of right now he had a will made out 7 years ago with me being the... Read more »
There is not enough information to answer your question accurately. If you have a myBMV account, print off a copy of your driving record and schedule an appointment with a criminal defense attorney who can look at your record to determine what can be done. Depending on the circumstances the HTV...Read more »
Going on two years post ORIF. Failed to provide treatment for post op DVT (basically left me for dead), failed to provide any care for my related nerve damage or problematic hardware. Finally got them to send me to a new specialist who agrees there are all kinds of problems and ordered mri and emg.... Read more »
Shame on you! You are a healthcare professional. There is no reason why you could not have worked with Worker's Compensation to coordinate any needed care. Indiana's Worker's Compensation board is not set up as a traditional, adversarial system. In Indiana, the employer has...Read more »
I am an accountant for a small multi-state business. Recently my boss has asked to to start also doing his personal accounting while not being compensated for it. The other day he also had me come to his house to fix his computer and then had me change his bandage and dressing from a recent hurnea... Read more »
Although isolated incidents of an employer's request to perform extraneous tasks unrelated to your position probably do not rise to the level of sexual harassment or hostile work environment, but if the tasks develop into a pattern with obvious sexual overtones that make you uncomfortable, the...Read more »
I was recently terminated from a job because of absences that exceeded their policy. However, when I got the job, I gave them documentation from my doctor proving that I have a disability and that my disability will cause more absences than the average healthy person due to medical complications or... Read more »
Based on the information you provided, your employer probably did violate the ADA by terminating you in retaliation for requesting a reasonable accommodation of your disability or, alternatively, by discriminating against you on the basis of disability despite your use of the interactive process in...Read more »
The documentation you signed when you started house arrest will outline the parameters of your monitoring situation and what the monitoring authority and law enforcement is authorized to do. It's not clear if you're a pre-trial detainee on house arrest or a defendant on house arrest doing...Read more »
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