Do I file a civil complaint against the police officer, the Deputy District Attorney, the DA's office the Federal prosecutor, the US Justice department or all the above? Violations of my civil rights were confirmed by a US District judge in the criminal phase of my case. At the end all (State and... Read more »
You need to find a really good civil rights lawyer right away. If the case is a righteous one, most good civil rights firms should be interested. I'm not familiar with good civil rights lawyers in the Fresno area, so I suggest that you contact the Fresno County Bar Association and ask for their...Read more »
Need more information. You haven't provided enough background facts to permit a reasoned analysis. Answer these questions: 1. Who? (did what to whom, i.e. are all the witnesses); 2. What? (happened) 3. When (did it happen); 3. Where? (did it take place) 4. How? (did it all happen) and tell me about...Read more »
Thanks for your question. If in fact the landlord has noted an email address in the lease or rental agreement, then by all means I would agree that giving notice by email should be sufficient. However, I advise also sending the same notice by regular mail to the landlord's street address to guard...Read more »
I have copies of pay stubs and four months ago I negotiated a raise for myself since my company had took over operations where I live and the pay was here locally was higher. I was countered with a better rate and now four months later it is now a "mistake." No effort will be made by employer... Read more »
Justice system( court houses) and All day towing. Is there any way that you guys can help me find a pro bono attorney that is willing to fight for me. I went to Legal Aid in Hayward courthouse and they told me they cannot help me because I have a big case my good call back number is I-10 246-9279 I... Read more »
Contact the County Bar Association in your county and ask for their lawyer referral service to request they refer you to a lawyer who can assist you with your case. You may not find someone to help you pro bono, but if you have a good case you won't have too much trouble finding a good lawyer to...Read more »
That depends on numerous factors for which a lot of details need to be provided. For me you have not offered sufficient information which would enable me to give you a reasoned answer. A lot would depend on the witness's mental status at the time s/he is called upon to testify.
Some of us are starting to receive violation notices from the city of paradise for code violations that are 2 months old along with the hefty fines for each. We were told that we would fall under a disaster ordinance upon return and I believe for up to 18 months. Now it is said only 180 days. the... Read more »
You need to get familiar with the City's Municipal Code right away. You and the others like you should appeal every citation you get. Get yourselves a good civil rights lawyer who can represent you in every citation case.
My brother recently found out he is a father of a newborn baby, who’s mother will not answer his calls or texts and she’s has left town with the baby. He cannot reach her or the baby. In The last, she has stated that my brother will have nothing to do with this baby, but we got a paternity test... Read more »
Sir, you need to ask this question of lawyers in the District of Columbia. I am not licensed to practice there, and am unfamiliar with the law relating to father's rights there. You asked this question of lawyers in California.
Hello. So I made a list to help sum things up to allow future questioning if possible. Besides that, these are the main issues I’m curious as to what options I have to take action in perhaps a lawsuit of some sort. Hope to hear back.
1). Harassment by employee and supervisor.... Read more »
You can go to https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/, which is the website for the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. Browse the website and familiarize yourself with what it offers. You can click the link on the home page to start the complaint filing process, which is step one in protecting...Read more »
You question has nothing to do with civil rights because the the proposed law deals with amending the process for obtaining permission to sell certain defense articles or services to foreign governments. The stated purpose is: "To modify the expedited procedures in the House of Representatives...Read more »
My mom recently separated from my dad and they have been together for 35 years but never got married she fild for a restraining order and was granted for verbal abuse now she wants to know how to get some support are alimony
Tell your mom that she needs to see a family law lawyer who has experience handling Marvin v. Marvin cases. She needs to do this on her own, although you can assist her in finding a good firm. There are hundreds of law firms, some comprised mostly of women, in Los Angeles County, who can take on...Read more »
First of all, provide sufficient details to permit a reasoned analysis of your situation. Conclusory statements are unhelpful. Facts and details are most important, but nothing is more important than a chronological statement of who did what, to whom, when, where and how.
The court has no obligation to protect clients from lawyers who get in trouble with the State Bar. The California State Bar is charged with the responsibility to protect the public from attorneys who get in trouble for various reasons. If your attorney has been suspended by the State Bar, it is on...Read more »
I paid May’s storage a few weeks late. Was charged $25 late fee. When I paid May, I also paid June. But since I still had that u paid $25 late fee, they charged me another $25 since I didn’t pay the $25. It’s a late fee for an unpaid late fee. Is that legal?
Without seeing the storage contract, and the history of your payments, it is impossible to determine whether you are being charged incorrectly or not. Find a local legal aid clinic and go there and ask one of their attorneys your questions. Make sure you take your storage contract so the exact...Read more »
The case took place in 2003 . I was on Live Links a chat line and Aol Love chat where I fell into the hands of a man who kidnapped me and forced me to prostitute myself until the FBI rescued me. The case is called The United States VS Theodore Love Jr. I was the 13 yr old minor that is spoke of in... Read more »
I believe the right to manufacture and/or sell such items is strictly prohibited by state law in California. You will need to contact counsel in San Diego County to fully research the legality of the manufacturing or sale of such products before you undertake such an enterprise. Any law firm which...Read more »
I was assaulted by the guards producing bodily injuries. And because I blow the whistle there was abuse of my due process and there was a malicious prosecution under color of law and on 5-9-19 my case was dismissed. Can I sue the County
You can sue the guards for assault and battery if the charges against you were dismissed. The time within which to do so is short, so you should contact a lawyer with experience in civil rights cases to guide you through the process. You could also sue the county which employed the deputies. A good...Read more »
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