A state worker who don't do her job right and don't communicate with her client when it comes to her children. Not helping to point client the right direction in life to do better for the children.
answered on Mar 16, 2023
If you are experiencing issues with a state worker who is not performing their job duties as required, there are several steps you can take:
Contact the worker's supervisor: The first step you can take is to reach out to the worker's supervisor to report the issues you are having.... Read more »
I have an email where counsel literally denies my request to take action because of indigent status. Can I be denied rights guaranteed by the constitution for asking the courts for a lawyer instead of paying one?
answered on May 4, 2022
You can file a motion or appeal to ask the Court to find that the conviction should be reversed or reheard due to ineffective assistance of counsel.
If offered a plea deal agreement to not testify on another criminal case on either the defendant or the states behalf, but can’t take the deal until the other defendants case is over, is it against constitutional rights of other defendant if they can’t call in that witness
answered on Apr 6, 2022
The defendant can still call the witness as part of that defendant's constitutional rights to call witnesses. However, even if the witness is called, if the witness is a potential co-defendant, they may not have to actually say anything if the 5th amendment right against self-incrimination... Read more »
They are a suspect for without parent consent or having a lawyer present?
answered on Mar 17, 2022
Generally a child doesn't have a right to have a parent present before law enforcement can speak with them.
Hire a criminal defense attorney that regularly handles criminal case for minor children to assist you. Sometimes a motion to suppress or another option may be available.
answered on Aug 19, 2021
One option may be a construction lien. See the Nebraska Construction Lien Act, starting at Neb. Rev. Stat. Section 52-125.
Is it legal for a private business (hair salon) to disclose my (a customer) contact information (that they have on file) to another customer so that they could contact me involving a "fender bender" in the business parking lot? Is it also legal for that business to have that other... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2021
A Nebraska attorney could advise best, as privacy and confidentiality issues could be governed by state laws. But your post remains open for five weeks. In terms of parking lot footage, it is generally not afforded privacy protection in most any jurisdiction. The means for obtaining such video... Read more »
Im on probation and my out patient counsoler recommended me for intensive Outpatient Treatment because I missed a few classes I also missed one of those so she then in turn contacted my probate probation officer and told her that I need intensive outpatient treatment she's and made me go to a... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2020
If there is another treatment program that is a better fit and the person has been accepted into that program, then it is possible to transition a person from one program to the other. The person would want to coordinate with the probation officer to make sure they are also aware of the transfer... Read more »
I feel my religious freedom was taken away by this guy that I feel marriage is a promise made to each other as God being a witness and blessing the marriage
answered on Apr 16, 2020
Nebraska is a no fault divorce state. You would have to speak with your religious leaders to see if there is a religious sanction within your religion for breaking the vows. This would not be something enforced through the Court.
answered on Apr 7, 2020
It is common, especially in child abuse or neglect allegations, for a child to be questioned without permission from the parent. Whether it was appropriate in a specific case depends on the overall facts of the case.
from reaching the decision in the Motion
answered on Feb 24, 2020
No. Some people receive significant Social Security retirement or disability benefits that may be enough alone to not qualify as indigent depending on the overall facts of the case.
4 Children born NE
Mother and 2 children move to IL
Father and 2 children remain in NE
2 children travel to NE for summer vacation.
Father files Emer. custody and doesn't return children to IL
Mother was never served and... Read more »
answered on Jan 21, 2020
For an initial custody determination, the state where the children have been residing the last 6 months is generally the court/state that gets to decide the custody issues. For a modification action, jurisdiction generally remains with the original jurisdiction as long as at least one of the... Read more »
He lunged at me and started to swing the machete in a menacing manner while saying “I’m going to kill you.” If I understand the NEBRASKA laws correctly this is the crime of a terroristic threat and additionally, very likely a hate crime. What procedure should I follow in regards to this incident?
answered on Jan 6, 2020
Terrorist threats is a crime. You can call the non-emergency law enforcement phone number and request to make a report. It would then be up to the county attorney whether to file criminal charges based on that report or not.
If you are in fear that this person may come after you, can may... Read more »
I pled guilty prior to being incarserated in Missouri and I filed the writ hoping to get sentence they said the writ didn't apply to me because I already pled guilty is this right I don't understand I thought the writ was to help u resolve ur cases
answered on Sep 15, 2019
Since it sounds like your case is pending in Missouri, you may want to post your question under Missouri to get an answer to your question.
The warrant was for drugs. The place of the search was a house, all outbuildings at the address, and vehicles under the control of my co-defendant. My name was not listed on the warrant and I was staying in a camper behind the house. When the police came I exited the camper and said they could not... Read more »
answered on Aug 21, 2019
Evidence can generally be kept by law enforcement until the time of sentencing even if the property belongs to other than the defendant.
If a motion to suppress has already been heard and denied, then a subsequent motion to suppress regarding the same issue/evidence is more often a motion... Read more »
An officeer told me i was to recieve a citation upon the conclusion of inventory search. I joined another officer uncuffed while search being conducted where supposedly something was found. Officer told me i was then under arrest for possible possession yet to be tested. Is that a lawful search to... Read more »
answered on Jul 24, 2019
There isn't enough facts here to give you an answer. Did you consent to search? If so, then it is likely lawful.
I believe the Arrest was unlawful. I am 25% Eskimo. Not a NE citizenship. I was traveling to Indiana.
answered on Jul 15, 2019
You need to retain an attorney before doing anything. A criminal defendant does not have the right to demand a change from state to federal court.
Civil suit under 1983 is a different legal action
I am going to school until March 2020. Then I will move back home in Arizona.
answered on Jul 11, 2019
Nebraska law requires a person to register their vehicle, have plates on their vehicle, and pay certain taxes and fees. A party must also carry insurance on their vehicle. For a complete list of requirements, you can find the information on the Nebraska DMV's website. There is no grace... Read more »
I believe a similar case went before the Nebraska supreme court and Wal-mart lost.
answered on Feb 28, 2019
4 Fla. A & M U. L. Rev. 1 (2009)
Big-Box Bullies bust Benign Buyer Behavior: Wal-Mart, Get Your Hands Off My Receipt
This article should answer a lot of your questions although it is 10 years old.
you can find cases and articles at
I... Read more »
Without parental consent?
answered on Nov 5, 2018
No. She is considered a child until age 19 or her marriage.
Drug induced psychosis diagnosis polysubstance overdose
answered on Jul 19, 2018
Unlikely to succeed as there was an OD, mental anguish is not favored by the courts in any state and is viewed hypertechnically, and "financial crisis" generally means they rocked your house of cards, it fell, but courts say unless they caused an injury that of itself took you out the... Read more »
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