What should a court order for search and seizure entail.also if it statesc1 day for night search must it be enacted that night.does copschave right to forcefully take your personal keys and is a locksmith required.i had documents stolen and not handed over to signing judge.and broken furniture and... Read more »
I am trying to get my guard card and firearms permit for over a year now and I received a letter from the DOJ saying there is nothing further they can due since there is no disposition. I am going to court house to resolve this matter.
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You can file to have your record sealed at the Courthouse that you were to appear in. Since no charges were filed, pursuant to Penal Code section 849 et seq your arrest is now considered a "Detention Only".
You can also Petition the police department that arrested you for a...Read more »
If you let a person with a Suspended License drive your car, it can be impounded! It doesn't matter if your license is valid; it's the Driver who must have a valid license. Hopefully you didn't acknowledge knowing their DL was Suspended and can get your car out of impound faster.
First of all, have you appeared in Court already or did you not show and have a Bench Warrant? If you haven't appeared yet, your best bet is to show up to the Court that issued the warrant to ask that it be recalled and have the Public Defender appointed to represent you. That way, you may be...Read more »
In the field make officers can detain females. Whether the force was excessive is a factual situation for your lawyer to review. I am not site if the cops in Sacramento have Body Worn Cameras or Dash Cams that will show exactly what happened and whether it was within policy or not.
I never noticed money was being taken from my account. It sums up to more than $2,500. I have all many receipts with her name on it to things she purchased. I live in california and want them put in a juvenile detention center. How do i do this?
You don't "press charges" you make a police report. They take it to the District Attorney who reviews the reports and decides what charges to file. Depending upon his prior record, if any, he will either get Home on Probation or Diversion. If this is not his first time, he may be...Read more »
I was charged with grand theft last year because the items were rung up as being over $950, $956 to be exact. Having the sales tax included in the total makes my case a felony instead of a misdemeanor. The deal i was given does not fit my crime. But instead if looking at what happened, all the... Read more »
I got a felony drug charge in my early twenties. I waited seventeen years and went back to the court and showed them everything I’ve done with my life and was granted relief. Twenty six years later they come take my guns and charge me with felony with firearms. There was no crime or event that... Read more »
I am not sure what relief you obtained (Certificate of Rehabilitation or Pardon) but it obviously didn't restore your gun rights! If you just received a Dismissal pursuant to PC 1203.4, commonly referred mistakenly as an Expungement, it definitely didn't restore them.
You have to file a police report in most cases and they present it to the proper prosecutorial agency. Fraud is also a Civil tort where you would sue them. Without knowing what acts constituting criminal fraud are alleged it's hard to direct you to proper investigative agency.
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