Case information, local or moved to federal level.
answered on Aug 30, 2022
Most court websites have docket search features which allow you to search for cases by party name. The federal courts have a service called PACER which allows you to do so for all federal courts as well.
Case information, local or moved to federal level.
answered on Aug 31, 2022
You can go to the website for the Clerk’s office (I.e. Mayor’s Court,Municipal Court,Common Pleas,Federal Court, courts of specialized jurisdiction/Probate/Bankruptcy,etc.) and obtain docket information on a pending case. You typically can go online and do a search based on your last and first... Read more »
European council offered me settlement I declined it . Arbitration in California, well someone signed it. Not me. Millions gone plus insurance and I have a few things to prove how email address was used ssn no!
answered on Feb 7, 2023
This sounds like one big scam. There was never any money, you were never going to get anything from the "European Council", whatever that is.
answered on Mar 27, 2022
This is not an easy question to answer. Presenting evidence to court is something that you learn in law school and through the practice of law. There are different types of evidence and different ways to present it. May I suggest, for a starting point, that you review the Ohio Rules of Evidence.... Read more »
I live in Defiance county, in a township outside of the city limits. A business placed a sign near the road, but still on my property, advertising their services in an attempt to get customers. I don't want my property used for advertising, but do I personally have a right to remove and... Read more »
answered on Mar 3, 2022
Contact the business and tell them to remove the sign. If they don't, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the situation and contact them on your behalf, or advise you of your options.
Child is underage and I am the guardian/parent. Sent email requesting it and they claim they can't due to some copyright excuse. I've never heard of this from other requests I've made of other news outlets.
answered on Jan 12, 2022
Whether they must give you a copy would depend on the terms of the agreement you made with them when you gave them permission to make a video using your child. They own the copyright in the video recording, but can only use it and broadcast it within the terms of your permission and agreement to... Read more »
I am on probation and am just wondering.
answered on May 24, 2021
It depends on the facts of the case and underlying charge. The short answer is probably yes.
Advocating them to get life in prison instead of Death row
answered on Dec 14, 2020
Generally no, but if those are ideas involve threatening or coercing witnesses/victims, then yes.
but she did answer me and i have screen shot proof
answered on May 26, 2020
That is not a legal question. In fact, it's not a question at all.
answered on Nov 11, 2019
Probation is the most likely outcome. But the facts of each case and the history of the defendant are certain to be taken into account.
I really need an answer
answered on Jun 14, 2019
Your ex can talk to the prosecutor but at the end of the day it’s the prosecutor’s call whether or not to continue the prosecution.
Shouldn't people on social media such as fb have rights to there account. Even though you don't directly pay fb they allow adds that are forced on you and there collecting money because of you seeing them. So your essentially making money for fb and should be at minimum... Read more »
answered on May 28, 2019
Their ability to make money through your use is precisely why you are able to use it for free. Other paid platforms and services give you more rights and control. With that said, you still do retain a copyright in any picture or content you post (to the extent it’s your original — or licensed... Read more »
Concern has been raised that the president is not sending out agenda items for discussion to all homeowners for monthly meetings. What is the law and requirement for information that is discussed at board meetings?
answered on Sep 24, 2018
Ohio law for condominium operation can be found at this link:
http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/5311 See Sections 5311.09 and 091.
There can be additional rules in the condominium declaration and bylaws.
See also this link: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/1702
It provides rules... Read more »
answered on Mar 29, 2018
Start with the contact person at the management company. If they can't help, they can pass the problem to the board, or suggest that you contact the board president.
answered on Jan 30, 2018
No, you can't contact her. That would violate the order. If you do that, you could put her in trouble. Do you want to do that to her? Move on, and have no contact with her.
“Allowed” to talk to me he has my number blocked and he NEVER gets back with me about anything his mom and dad do the pick ups and drop offs and my ex won’t speak to me about any MATTER with our child , is this a valid reason to take him back to court for full custody
answered on Jan 4, 2018
Do the terms of the parenting agreement allow anyone other than your ex to pick them up? If not, then you could refuse to let the g-parents take them. Do the kids stay with the g-paretns after being picked up, or with your ex? Review the terms of the parenting agreement with your attorney, or... Read more »
Rape and molesting charges talking about it on Facebook
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