Oklahoma City, OK asked in Constitutional Law, Federal Crimes and Small Claims for Oklahoma

Q: So during covid and everyone one was supposed to stay in their home two weeks lockdown I was kicked out of mine for two

For two months I was kicked out by the judge when my roommate filed protection order which I later proved it all to be wrong and falsified to wear to judge turn around and put one on the roommate I had no clothes except for what was on my back that I was allowed to get nothing and at that time you couldn'teven buy clothes no one could buy anything in the stores. Then it went as far as having to sleep in my car. And no I don't have any family that lives close to me and I didn't want to burden anyone of my friends mostly got kids. anyway my roommate told the judge that I broke in the house by kicking in the front door then I made him break his hand by trying to hold the front door shut then he said that I had big guys with me and he was scared for his life so he ran in here in the laundry room then we came in and he stayed here scared to move. my response is I'll get there in that house I have a key why would I be kicking in the front door to begin I live there .

1 Lawyer Answer
Michael Hamilton Rodgers
Michael Hamilton Rodgers
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Dallas, TX

A: Wow, you really are going to need a good lawyer.

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