(a) Any person, persons, corporation or association desiring to use a public park, street or other public property of the City of Port Clinton to hold an activity or event shall first obtain... Read more »
You can certainly be expelled for something that isn’t in the handbook. They can’t possibly be expected to cover every possible action and most contain some catchall kind of phrase like “other conduct unbecoming of a student.” What are you accused of doing?
pulling me over and I said No. She said You aren't wearing your seatbelt. I had forgotten to put it on before leaving my house, busy morning. She then asked me in passing if I knew if there was a license plate under the front bra of the car I was driving and I said I was pretty sure. I'm currently... Read more »
An increasing number of local jurisdictions are making seatbelt infractions a primary offense (one for which you can be pulled over). You can check the local ordinances but chances it’s a primary offense where you were. The cost of the tickets varies from place to place.
Along with fines which include his PD fees of almost $600 and online class amd 40 hours community service. Check in every 4th tuesday by phone. Got an extension, but was not told that it was only for paying the fine. Now my husband is in Delaware County for PV. He is on suicide watch and still not... Read more »
My baby dad found out he has a warrant from 9 years ago M1 child endanger but he lives 2hrs away from the city that he has a warrant in. He has been stopped by our local police and they told him he had a warrant but didnt take him to jail bc it's on a misdemeanor. How can u go about getting it... Read more »
Each court treats these situations a little bit differently. Some will allow a motion to recall the warrant and simply set a court date. Most will want the individual to turn himself in to be processed and give a bond. Done correctly this can usually be taken care of in a morning. Some have already...Read more »
You can help him find a lawyer. That’s what he needs. Your question doesn’t indicate whether you are the alleged victim, but it seems likely. If you are the alleged victim discuss the matter with his lawyer.
I am from PA but was driving through Ohio. I stopped at a gas station and while pumping gas I found a strange package. I was unsure of what it was but my curiosity took over and i grabbed it, throwing it in the trunk of my car.
I was already driving with marijuana and marijuana... Read more »
You should hire an attorney. There are several problems with your defense. First, ownership is not the issue. Possession is. Second, just because you're clean also doesn't mean your not guilty of the possession charge. It is illegal to possess these drugs whether you use them or not. Fortunately,...Read more »
I am in a lease agreement and a friend is temporarily going to stay with me. Is there any "binding" document that I can get signed that will state my landlord will not be held legally or financially responsible? I am willing to take on full responsibility for any damages etc.
You are free to contract with your landlord for you to take all responsibilities, sure. A contract is really nothing more than an agreement and you generally have a right to agree with another to anything that is not illegal. But an agreement takes two. If they don't want to contract with you along...Read more »
If you've been residing there anyone wanting to kick you out would have to evict you. But the new owner of the home could certainly do so. I don't know if that's your cousin at this point. It sounds like it may be the bank soon.
Are there grounds for filing a case against the 21 year old. The 21 year old also exposed her to the Pagen religion and we believe alcohol. She met this individual at work, are their any consequences to the employer?
(1) It is not illegal for a 21 year old and a 16 year old to make out. (2) It is not illegal to introduce people to different religions. (3) It is illegal to provide alcohol to a person under the age of 21. (4) The employer has nothing to do with it. So, if there's evidence he is supply drugs or...Read more »
We would need a bit more information to analyze whether or not there is a double jeopardy issue here but generally you can be charged with more than one offense out of a situation if each offense has a separate element or part.
My 16 year old son got a speeding ticket. The cop never told him how fast he was going but I saw after the fact it was 36mph over the limit. We got an attorney for court obviously, but I just noticed the time of the incident is wrong. It happened at 10:10pm. The ticket says 2:58pm. Does that error... Read more »
My house and garage were broken in my car and belongs stolen. The criminals got hold of the title and by means of fraud and forgery (they falsified my signature) were able to switch over the title to somebody else. Not only was my signatures falsified but the title itself was not up to BMV... Read more »
No, you’re not going to have a good case against the BMV. It’s a government agency which means it has qualified immunity. That basically boils down to you cannot sue then over mistakes only affirmative conduct. So unless they were in on the scam, you’re going to have to go after the thieves...Read more »
I received an underage in October of 2017 and a possession of marijuana charge. I had court in Jan 2018 and the drug charge was dropped and I plead guilty to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct. I just got a background check done from Checkr for a delivery application and I noticed that in the report... Read more »
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