how is the matter resolved when the check clears? Can the legal assist. who sent the letter add atty fees, unauthorized contractor fees and interest from 2-10-23 in the amount of over $400? I notified ALL PARTIES AND LEGAL ASSIST. Feb. 11 by email that I already put their check in my lobby of my... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
If you have already paid the pre-lien notice in full, including the invoices and any late fees or interest, and have proof of payment, then the legal assistant should not be able to add additional fees or charges. However, if there is a dispute regarding the payment or additional charges, it may be... Read more »
“But the interpretive rule of legislative acquiescence bars us from disregarding that body’s failure to amend the drug possession statute for the last 40 years.” - IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON "...statute was unconstitutional, violating due process clause protections... Read more »
answered on Jan 31, 2022
The short answer is "yes." Prior precedent within the state is referred to as binding or controlling, as lower courts are required to follow it and appellate courts (simply put) would have to overrule it to depart from it. Authority from other jurisdictions is considered... Read more »
In a report made to the police in another matter my neighbor told them I am schizophrenic and that is totally %100 flase, she has also spread this falsehood around the neighborhood to other people.
I can file criminal charges right?
76-9-404. Criminal defamation.
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answered on Jun 30, 2020
Defamation is a civil matter. The police are not going to take a report. What you are referring to is filing a false police report. Unless your mental capacity was relevant to the police matter, it is unlikely criminal charges would be sustained for falsely telling police you are schizophrenic. The... Read more »
My boyfriend got arrested for some warrants and ended up having drugs in his pocket. They searched the lunge area in his vehicle which supposedly included my purse on the floor of the passenger side of his vehicle despite me telling them they could not because I wasant under arrest at this point.... Read more »
answered on Oct 31, 2019
I don't know what a 'lunge area' is. These suppression issues are highly fact specific. Contact a local criminal defense attorney for a detailed meeting in person.
answered on Sep 9, 2019
Normally, law enforcement only has the right to search the area you're renting. If your rental agreement allows you to be in other parts of the house, then you're not just renting a room, but all the common areas, too. The other parts of the house may also be subject to search if you... Read more »
We work directly with the military and members of my team are both military veterans and civilians trained alike. We have been doing this for 10 years. A group of people have gotten together to stop the work that we are doing and asked the State of Utah to have our uniforms taken off. Like the... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2019
I can not think of a law which would allow them to take action against you to restrain you from wearing an article of clothing merely because it resembles a military uniform. To provide you with more constructive legal advice I would need more information about who "A group of people" are... Read more »
Someone called the police saying my friends & his gf were arguing. When police arrived my friend was in his front yard, not upset not fighting with anyone, he saw the officer and asked him how his day was. My friend stayed on his property and the officer approached and told him of the dv call... Read more »
answered on Jul 22, 2018
Well they can because they did. The issue is the condemnation of the home. You will need to contact a real estate attorney who is familiar with this area to get a specific legal opinion.
My mom illegally entered the United States 20 years ago, and has stayed here since then, I am soon turning 21 in July 2018. Which would be the best course of action without her having to return to the mother land?
answered on Jan 11, 2018
You need to ask an immigration attorney. My practice is limited to criminal defense.
The day of my arrest the detective was in the process of amending a search warrant he had approved from the night before. Evidence was seized 10 mins prior to the search warrant being amended. Now, they won't provide the original search warrant. My case has been continued twice because they... Read more »
answered on Jul 30, 2017
No way to know without much more information.
The game is League of Legends. The terms literally say that they have he right to steal the in game content you purchased if you violate their rules. My situation includes me using explicit and vulgar language in frustration towards other players online. Because of this my account is banned and the... Read more »
answered on Jun 8, 2017
Your first amendment right doesn't give you a license to make other people listen to/read whatever you say. Your first amendment right secures your right to freedom of speech or in reverse, makes it so that any law passed abridging your freedom of speech is unconstitutional. Neither the U.S.... Read more »
on dec. 2, 2015 final p.c. my att. handed me a cd that he said he just got but has not reviewed, this is 2 business days before trial. i listened to it after court. this cd was from an interview of police questioning.there is info. on disc that was from co-def that i wanted to subpeona. the judge... Read more »
answered on Mar 29, 2017
Well maybe. That is a complex question. Your attorney should be able to help.
neither the driver or the passenger is the owner of the car, the driver is initially stopped by an off duty cop who thought these people looked like two suspects wanted at the time, even though the descriptions did not match at all. except for one white male and one tongan male. after confirming... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2016
The cops always charge everyone in the car when they find drugs. You need to get an attorney to help you litigate these other issues.
in utah. what is the department standardized policy or practice specifically governing the opening of such containers.
answered on Nov 10, 2016
Every department has its own policy. There is no way to answer that question without that information.
the descriptions of the people who were wanted, looked nothing like the people in the vehicle. including one of the suspects who was wanted has both arms completely tattooed. the passenger in the vehicle had a wife beater on so the off duty police officer who originally watched these people get in... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2016
Probable cause can be challenged. You need to contact an experience criminal defense attorney to assist you.
answered on Nov 9, 2016
None that I am aware of. The State impounds a vehichle and holds it for the owner to retrieve it.
answered on Nov 9, 2016
YEs. They do not need an additional witness to do this.
Mr.mark Smith, a united states congressman, is reputed to have been a member of a neo-nazi fascist organization that renounced the constitution of the united states. what amendment and section in the constitution would allow congress to remove him from his duties. what would be required for removal
answered on Mar 16, 2016
They would have to try him under the impeachment provisions of Article II of the constitution.
I made my own religion where I have to ware a hat. The principal said that I have to register it with the school district and then took my hat.
answered on Nov 20, 2015
You would have to prove that it was a religion that actually existed and you in full faith believed that wearing a hat was a part of your religion. If you were doing it just to make an excuse to wear a hat in school and was just using the religion as an excuse then you wouldnt have a case, but no... Read more »
answered on Oct 20, 2015
a writ requiring a person to be brought before a judge or court, especially for investigation of a restraint of the person's liberty, used as a protection against illegal imprisonment.
What? You do not know how to look things up in a dictionary?
answered on Oct 7, 2015
Have you gotten an answer to this yet? A public trial is much better than a trial held in secret.
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