There was no signs of drug use to get warrant to search blood blew .05 failed field sobriety tests admitted to drinking a couple beers cops got a search warrant to search blood no accident nor was he unconscious tried to refuse the blood draw asked to speak with attorney before they took blood was... View More
In a situation like the one you've described, the validity of the search warrant for a blood test largely hinges on the totality of the circumstances leading to the warrant being issued. The fact that the individual failed the field sobriety tests and admitted to consuming alcohol might have...View More
If you lied on a police report about your daughter, it is important to understand that attempting to get it removed from the record could potentially result in criminal charges for filing a false report.
It is recommended that you seek legal advice from an experienced attorney who can...View More
This is an example of a legal word having two different meanings. The word patent used to mean a right that was granted by the monarch or the government for something, including a right to hold some land, or the exclusive right to sell a certain product in the kingdom. Nowadays,...View More
Send the detective a certified letter requesting release of the property or the reasons why the property is not being released. If there is no response, you should contact a lawyer and have him send a letter prior to filing suit.
You are perhaps referring to the Alaska laws allowing the sale of marijuana by certain regulated companies? Generally the constitutionality of state laws, such as these, restricting the transaction of certain business to Alaska residents would have to be litigated on a case-by-case basis.
Senerio: A and B trespass. C asks them to leave and they refuse. C leaves and returns with D who has a shotgun. D tells A and B to leave and they do but file a false report saying D pointed gun at them. During trial A and B are allowed to take the stand and state what D said and did (all of... View More
First, I disagree that C's offered testimony should have been excluded as hearsay. What A & B may have said was not offered (I suspect) for the truth of what they said, but rather for what they said. If, for example, A (according to C) said "I am going to get my gun and kill you,...View More
My son dis-enrolled from 2 of his 5 classes at his High School so he can do the 2 classes online. The school was under the impression that he was completely dis-enrolled. One of the admins was given a list of lockers of students they thought were dis-enrolled to reset the locks. My sons was one of... View More
Strictly speaking, yes; but the Fourteenth Amendment has been deemed to prohibit such state action. And, of course, it's the First Amendment, not the Tenth Amendment, which restricts Congress' power to enact legislation respecting an establishment of religion.
I would have to read the first one mentioned in order to say what the ruling is. But it certainly would not be that there is a right to drive, that is a privilege.
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