answered on Jun 9, 2022
Yes, it is true that in Rhode Island the plaintiff's initial complaint that is filed in court should not request a specific dollar amount for personal injuries. But, the plaintiff can ask the defendant or the insurance company for a specific dollar amount in out of court settlement... Read more »
we were outside away from other people
answered on Sep 28, 2020
Work with your attorney to evaluate, review all the evidence, and the facts and circumstances, to advise you of your rights, and possible remedies surrounding your 5 year old daughter's expulsion, in response to your refusal to comply with mask wearing rules.
Filling out the Federal Civil Cover sheet on my own. It says to cite US Statutes for my claims. I am suing for violation of Due Process under 14th Amendment. My dog was taken and killed. I know 1983 for violation of rights but I also need to cite the 14th amendment clause for deprivation of... Read more »
answered on Sep 2, 2019
I would suggest you re evaluate your decision to go pro se.
From your question it appears you do not have a total grasp on the fundamentals.
There is no statute for negligence and malicious prosecution. They are torts of common law.
When you sue for a violation... Read more »
Defendant was arrested as the principal, (the one who assaulted the victim with the weapon:shod foot). No conspiracy charge or codefendants. Can the judge issue an aiding and abetting jury instruction at trial?
answered on Dec 24, 2018
Depends on the facts. In some circumstances, am aiding and abetting charge would be appropriate. You need to consult with an experienced criminal lawyer.
A woman has had her nose broken by a police officer while in custody the officer took her off route to the police dept the broke her nose, over a a traffic citation...then taken to the police dept and strip seached being put on parade in front of several police officers at the police station...
answered on Jul 26, 2018
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We only have one source of income (being approximately $600 a month) currently and are behind by two months rent. However, we have lived at this house for close to 8 years and have had many problems. From the kitchen, the paint on the ceiling is peeling off, the oven does not work, and the faucet... Read more »
answered on Jun 11, 2018
It may be time to look for: 1) a new, different, and better maintained residence/apartment and/ or 2) a second source of income and/or 3) an attorney to help you defend against a likely eviction case should your landlord decide to take you to court. Contact your local CAP agency for help with #1... Read more »
My wife was involved in car accident with no other motor vehicles and did not have proof of insurance at the time of incident and was never cited now after over a month they are trying to fine her is this possible by law?
answered on Mar 3, 2018
I do not have sufficient information to answer this question fully or accurately. I think the answer is not one you will want hear. The Police can issue a citation after over a month, despite not contacting you earlier. You mentioned that this was a single car collision. Did the police arrive at... Read more »
I mean, I could then as a restaurant owner refuse to serve someone simply because I don't agree with their politics? That's hard to believe if true..
answered on Sep 11, 2016
This is a complicated question that courts are dealing with right now. The law is unsettled. Equal Protection v. Freedom of Expression pits the First and Fourteenth Amendments against each other.
answered on Aug 21, 2016
This sounds like a complicated family/criminal law situation that will most likely require the professional assistance of a practicing family court attorney to address. Contact and meet with one soonest for a private consultation.
How can our rights contained in the Bill Of Rights be destroyed by recent legislation such as the so-called Patriot Act, Military Commissions Act, and the 2011 NDA Act? How is this possible? What validity does this legislation have?
answered on Oct 18, 2015
It is more of a suspension than a destruction, but it depends upon the facts in individual cases and these matters can be discussed for hours on end, nearly without end. Stay tuned in to current events regarding this big topic.
We've been told we cannot have a PTA-sponsored bake sale because it would hinder people from voting, sounds silly, what think ?
answered on Nov 30, 2014
If it is on election day - in the same caf-a-gym-atorium where people vote, then yes, it may interfere with the electoral process.
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