If you read the Governor's order, there are many exceptions to the general order. Some police agencies in some counties are enforcing it more strictly than others, but the police still don't have the right to pull you over for no reason at all. So, the short answer is "yes",...Read more »
My tenant died in the middle of a 12 month lease. I went to clean up the apartment and his daughter was there and stated that she’s taking over her father’s lease and she doesn’t have to leave. She went on to say that I can’t evict her due to the COVID-19 pandemic and because there’s an... Read more »
I am not sure what you mean by "mess", but police are just as subject to property rights of others as any one else. If they damaged your property, you should contact an attorney to see if they can be held accountable.
The judge for because I'm a single sole provider of two kids and also a essential worker...i was granted an extension but are not allowed any more but that was before covid-19 anything I could ask the judge for during this pandemic
The pandemic has changed court operations in drastic ways statewide. You should contact the attorney who respresented you at your sentencing to have him or her file a motion for determination of your appropriate placement. There is no precedent for such a pandemic in living memory, so courts are...Read more »
You didn't file the charges, so you can't "drop" them. Only prosecutors file charges, and except in very limited circumstances, only prosecutors can dismiss them. When civilians call the police, they get the State involved in their personal business. Often there are unintended consequences.
He was convicted of possession almost 20 years ago and has not been in any legal trouble since I know that the charges carry a sentence of anywhere from 1-12 years. I’m curious as to what amount of time he will LIKELY be sentenced to based on his history and everything else. Just a professional... Read more »
If he is facing such serious charges, he surely must already have legal counsel, whom he should discuss this with in detail. Every county has a "local legal culture", and every judge brings his or her own perspective into the sentencing decision. (I started out as prosecutor in Knox...Read more »
So today these new neighbors in my apartment complex decided to let their son like 6 or 7 pee next to my car and not only that but in front of my 7 year old daughter who already has issues and I told the mom hey can you please not let him do that by my car or in front of my child and she then... Read more »
I e-filed an appearance for my own behalf. I was arrested on my 3rd marijuana possession in Indiana; class A misdemeanor. I filed 2 motions; one for stand-by counsel and the other to have my bond returned to pay for my defense. The bond request was denied but there is a hearing set for the... Read more »
Because I knew I had a seizure.A deputy then put me in cuffs and took me to the hospital to see if a doctor could tell if I had a seizure the dr could not verify if I had one then the officer had me do blood test. I just received papers saying I have to go to court in March for a class c... Read more »
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