The cross-appeal is against another defendant, not me. But they copied their entire opening brief (against me) into their cross-appeal brief, essentially attempting to create a new appeal against me. But it's the same exact issues and arguments!
"essentially attempting to create a new appeal against me." No. A new appeal against you cannot be created in this manner. You have no grounds to move to strike the respondent;s brief in the cross appeal because you are not a party to the cross-appeal. If this party...View More
See Cal. Rule of Court 8.108(g): "(g) Cross-appeal
(1) If an appellant timely appeals from a judgment or appealable order, the time for any other party to appeal from the same judgment or order is extended until 20 days after the superior court clerk serves notification...View More
You file an appeal. But, you need counsel to do that. (Well, you could do it yourself, but why risk screwing it up?) If your trial is over, you are entitled to counsel on appeal. Contact the Public Defender in the county where your case is being tried.
Yes. If the police have enough information to get a search warrant, then the house can be searched. They probably need more than just the fact someone leaving the house was holding, but they may well have more info.
Probably. The only way to get an intelligent answer to this question is to present a copy of the warrant and the police reports associated with it to counsel who specialize in criminal defense who then would review the matter to determine if the rights of the persons residing in the place of the...View More
I was arrested for convicted felon in possession of a firearm and the gun was locked in a closet in the room my wife occupied alone, therefore placing it in her immediate possession. The gun was removed from her private possession without her permission or concent, written or verbal. This violates... View More
Possibly, but not on 2nd Amendment grounds. If the gun was seized at the time of your arrest and there was no search warrant for the residence, she may be able to sue for a violation of her 4th Amendment rights. She should see a civil rights attorney to find out.
Sorry, we aren't doing your homework for you. Besides, to give any kind of a good answer to these questions would require a lot more space than we are allowed here. Whole books have been written on these questions. Three of them are: Judith A. Baer, Equality Under the Constitution (Cornell...View More
First of all the 14th Amendment nowhere contains any clause referring to the right to a fair trial. The Due Process right to a fair trial which the 14th Amendment guarantees is something which has been built up over time by decisions of the U.S....View More
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Since you did not provide your e-mail address, no one can e-mail you. You also did not ask a question so we cannot provide you with any information because we don't know what you want to know. And furthermore, none of us will be giving you legal advice until you become a client.
This depends on whether your rights were violated by police in a criminal case, in which case you should have a criminal defense lawyer who can enforce your rights with a motion to suppress, or whether your rights were violated in some other manner, in which case you would go to a civil rights...View More
Ballparks and stadiums are privately owned businesses and you have no constitutional privacy rights you can enforce against them. The 4th and 14th Amendment only protect you against official intrusions into your privacy. So, ballparks and stadiums make it a condition of your admission that you...View More
Yes. You can sue a state agency in federal or state court under Title 42 U.S. Code §1983. The statute of limitations for the case is whatever statute of limitations the state in which it happens has for civil rghts claims
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