A van hit me while I was riding a bike and did not stop at all. AfterWards a lady pulled up in her car, showed me a photo of the van and said “this Is the person who hit u and handed me a paper with the license plate number. I’m not in horrible pain but definitely noticeable pain . What... Read more »
1-current gand jury is unconstitutional. FBI goes to grand jury to get a sure conviction. Fbi on same day brings case to Judge and gets warrant. Arrest you and lie and say your arraignment is your due process. I think this is a clear violation of due process along with the violation one goes... Read more »
If you have the title, you should be entitled to possession. Just as important, if you have the title, you are still liable for the use of the vehicle for up to $15k per person, $30k per accident for bodily injury, and $5k for property damage. Hope you kept your insurance active.
my baby was taken from me to be treated by a free vet for parvo. I was not able to afford the cost of treatment which I was told it could be up to 1500 dollars a day to hospitalize them for up to two weeks and still no guarantee they will pull through. Since this is a free program and the rate of... Read more »
with the grand jury now being a grand facade, then the feds arrest you without warning, this is tyranny at the hands of government. 10th amendment protects against goverment running roughshod over the states and citizens. How is that they feds are doing just what the constitution was written to... Read more »
You aren't entitle to "notice" that you are going to be arrested. Protect yourself by hiring a qualified criminal defense attorney to advocate on your behalf. Venting on Justia won't accomplish anything.
If I own a bar/night club and I “willfully/negligently contracted with a security company suspended by California Secretary of State and has no worker’s comp insurance to provide me security services, can I be liable or does my bar implicitly accept liability of the suspended company in the... Read more »
If you want legal research, you'll have to pay for it. This isn't a place to get free, detailed legal advice. Attorneys volunteer their time to answer questions for consumers in need. Issues of liability, special employment, agency, insurance, are complicated. Those answers...Read more »
Dog consumed what the vet said to be a towel - I saw no remnants or evidence of shredded towel - I have signed contract from owner releasing me from all liability and veterinary expenses - but owner is claiming negligence - Should I be worried about legal action?
Your release won't prevent you from getting sued. You can be sued. If that happens, you will need to retain an attorney to defend yourself, probably at your own cost. It is unlikely that your homeowners insurance will provide coverage for your business pursuits. Your release may give you a...Read more »
My (minor) daughter had a procedure in the Surgery Department of Kaiser Permanente. My wife and I were both present. I was told (during sign in) that only 1 parent would be allowed to be with the child/patient due to COVID restrictions. To which I replied, that I understood (which Is also written... Read more »
My car was stolen early Saturday morning, my keys were in the car, I was at a friend's house with two other people my wife was home the whole night, we have full coverage responsible and non responsible full coverage insurance, the car is completely paid off and only worth a couple thousand... Read more »
The other driver turned all the way into lane #1 that I was traveling and as I switched to the middle lane to avoid hitting them, they switched also to middle lane in attempt to get BACK to lane #1, the lane they SHOULD HAVE turned into and I could not avoid hitting them from behind.
Unless you have dashcam video or independent witness corroboration, you will likely be found liable. You hit someone from behind. You are supposed to control your vehicle taking into account hazards in front of you. Even with dashcam or independent witness corroboration, you will likely have...Read more »
See question. Business wants to "prove" your ethnicity but only mostly accepts birth certificates, which not every state lists ethnicity on (by design, to prevent possible discrimination). Many do not especially in the South.
The only other alternative is grandparents or... Read more »
how to approach a situation... On 8/21/2020 I gave Biker bail bonds $7000 cash to bail a friend out.. For whatever reason the DA would not except the money from me and therefore it was never used for the bond... When I requested to have my money returned, I was given the run around told that they... Read more »
My landlord is the homeowner. She along with the actual attackers conspired, calculated & Carried out. No arrests were made. I was given a report that marked me the victim. Next day, attemptedAn emergency restraining order, denied-under investigation, told to “call officer who’s assigned... Read more »
Recording people without their consent, if they have a reasonable expectation of privacy, is illegal. Penal Code section 632. The recording can probably be used in a prosecution against the person who apparently attacked you. However, you might also be prosecuted for illegal recording, and you...Read more »
My brother lives with me and his dog at the moment. His dog nipped someone on our property. The dog is registered to him, can we be held responsible since it happened on our property? I think I know the answer but I have to ask. Thanks!
No, you cannot use lethal force to defend your Trump flag. You, personally, have not been attacked and your life was not in danger. Section 505 of California’s Criminal Jury Instructions gives the elements of a self-defense claim: defendant will be considered to have acted in self-defense,...Read more »
Contacted HOA they are aware, but told me I would have to contact fire department shouldn’t the HOA be responsible for safety & violations? I’m just renting I’m terrified that it will explode or cause damage I sent photos etc. Can I sue HOA for negligence and putting me and home at risk?... Read more »
You cannot successfully sue for being put at risk, unless you have actually been injured by that risk. Call Code Enforcement if the chemicals are not legally allowed to be stored there or in that manner. I don't get the reticence to make a complaint. You are willing to file a lawsuit. That...Read more »
The age of consent, at the time applying only when the girl is the younger party, was 10 when California introduced its Penal Code in 1850. In 1889 the age of consent was raised to 14. In 1897 the age of consent became 16. The age of consent in California has been 18 since 1913. Some media sources...Read more »
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