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Q: if you make a mistake on house arrest and your soon to be ex wife video taped you and is using it over your head with yo

With your child. Should you tell the probation officer your mistake. I cannot go to kail, but I do not my ex wife yo take him out of state.

Nicholas M Wooldridge
Nicholas M Wooldridge answered on Apr 14, 2015

This sounds like both a family and criminal law question. On the criminal side, it is always important to tell your PO everything, because when they find out later they will be more likely to violate you. In the family court side file a petition with the court stating that you wife cannot take... Read more »

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Q: mistress spending conjugal property money for investment, buying jewelries and invading of privacy for bad reputation

Mistress and other family members hacking and stalking my laptop and cell phone, lately cutting of my cell phone line from Family Plan and she is using it with my Password/Username, e-mail, contact names and phone number of different companies that i am applying for a job as Health Advocate.... Read more »

Nicholas M Wooldridge
Nicholas M Wooldridge answered on Apr 14, 2015

I don't believe that this rises to the level of embezzlement on any level as she had no duty to protect this money. You might try separating your bank accounts and keep your passwords, etc. private.

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Q: Can an mmj card holder possess a firearm as long as they are not using it when under the influence
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Nicholas M Wooldridge answered on Apr 14, 2015

The gun control laws in Nevada are not particularly strict. You cannot possess a a loaded gun inside a vehicle or along a highway. I'm not familiar with mr.

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Q: How can I obtain minutes of a criminal case that is before the court?
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Nicholas M Wooldridge answered on Apr 14, 2015

You would contact the court clerk who would put you in touch with the court reporter. The court reporters charge for these minutes, they can also tell you if for some reason these are not to be given to the public.

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