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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Civil Rights for California on
Q: I’m trying to find my dad Raul Jimenez 25years later. I have no idea how to find him USA v. Jimenez - Raul Jimenez

USA v. Jimenez - Raul Jimenez

His court documents for 2013 but i don’t know what to do

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answered on Apr 22, 2024

It sounds like you're looking for guidance on how to locate someone based on court documents from 2013. The first step would be to review these documents carefully, as they might contain valuable information such as last known addresses or attorney contact details.

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Q: Is it possible to hire an out-of-state malpractice attorney if I can't find representation in California to represent me

Concerning fraudulent misrepresentation and concealment that occurred in my will contest of my grandmother's estate by the attorney I hired to represent me, merged himself into a conflict of interest with the opposing attorney for the estate both neglected to protect my interest as an issue of... View More

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answered on Apr 20, 2024

You may indeed consider hiring an out-of-state attorney to handle your case if you're finding it difficult to locate suitable representation in California. However, it's important to ensure that the attorney is licensed to practice in California or can get permission to appear in court on... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Small Claims and Civil Litigation for California on
Q: Are there civil attorneys that deal with credit-card debt claims for disabled veterans?

My husband is 100% service-connected disabled veteran. We tried launching a business and failed. We just had a baby girl, and I am not working, we have two claims against my husband. What can we do, we are not trying to escape the debt, but at this time we have no money to pay them in full and the... View More

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answered on Apr 20, 2024

In California, there are civil attorneys who handle credit card debt claims, including those involving disabled veterans. These legal professionals can help negotiate with creditors to possibly reduce the amount owed or set up manageable payment plans. Given your husband's status as a 100%... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Landlord - Tenant for California on
Q: What is the most effective way to get a low income residential property manager.to stop the retaliation for a complaint

I can not get any part of this low-income federaly funded place to get a hold of me.Do to this manager who seems to be controlling any outside help

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answered on Apr 20, 2024

In California, if you're facing retaliation from a residential property manager after lodging a complaint, you have several options to protect yourself and seek remedies. First, document all instances of retaliation in detail, including dates, times, and descriptions of each event. This... View More

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Q: How to handle non-receipt of a motion-to-dismiss (MTD) in federal court?

Defendants in a Sec. 1983 action timely filed an MTD to my FAC, but *I* never received that motion. I became aware of the defendants' filing only because I received notification of said filing from the court, and the court clerk has since confirmed that there is indeed proof-of-service on file... View More

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answered on Apr 19, 2024

In this situation, the best course of action is to file a motion with the court seeking an extension of time to respond to the motion to dismiss. Here's what you should do:

1. Draft a motion for extension of time to respond to the motion to dismiss. In the motion, explain that you did...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for California on
Q: How can I get a lawyer to help and support I have filed multiple complaints about reports a police officer told me that

He would arrest me for someone falsely accusing after they drove to my parent place surprisedly with other people saying I took something and told me about these northerns are not playing with me before he throw a object behind my back I contacted the internal affairs chief of police there is lack... View More

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answered on Apr 19, 2024

If you believe you are facing unjust treatment from the police and your complaints are not being effectively addressed, it's essential to seek legal support. In California, you can contact a lawyer experienced in civil rights or police misconduct cases. Many legal aid organizations offer... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Municipal Law for California on
Q: Can a new property owner trespass the homeless encampment on their newly bought property with a notice that is expired?

There's a homeless encampment that has been sitting on a plot of land that has been unclaimed for years and homeless people have used it accordingly. Just recently a new property owner bought the plot of land and is now threatening to trespass criminally the inhabitants of this said plot of... View More

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answered on Apr 17, 2024

This is a complex legal and ethical issue that depends on the specific laws and circumstances in the jurisdiction where the property is located. In general, in the United States:

- The new property owner has the legal right to remove trespassers from their private property. Purchasing the...
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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for California on
Q: if i post bail today? and my court is one day away is it worth it? will they take me back into cutody the day of court?

got arrested today sunday. my court is on tuesday. should i post bail

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answered on Apr 15, 2024

In this situation, it's important to consider a few factors before deciding whether to post bail:

1. The severity of the charges: If the charges are serious, the court might be more likely to impose additional conditions or remand you into custody during the hearing.

2. Your...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Juvenile Law, Legal Malpractice and Medical Malpractice for California on
Q: Can a county attorney prosecute a dependency case in which their spouse, a physician is directly involved in?

The physician inserted himself when he was not the physician of record and falsified medical records naming himself as the provider after the patients discharge for the purposes of dependency where his spouse was the attorney who petitioned a court. furthermore the evidence of his involvement and... View More

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answered on Apr 14, 2024

In California, a county attorney would likely face a significant conflict of interest if they were to prosecute a dependency case in which their spouse, a physician, is directly involved. This situation raises serious ethical and legal concerns.

1. Conflict of interest: An attorney has a...
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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Civil Rights for California on
Q: Ordered by the court to pay sanctions from motion to compel 60 days ago, defendant remains non-compliant after 90 days.

The court ordered the defendant to pay sanctions from the motion to compel within 60 days. Ninety days have now passed, and the defendant has not complied. How should I proceed? Non-compliance letter has gone unanswered.Can I request a Writ of Execution in California?

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answered on Apr 14, 2024

In California, if a defendant fails to pay court-ordered sanctions, you can take the following steps to enforce the order:

1. File a Request for Order (Form FL-300) with the court, asking for the court's assistance in enforcing the sanctions order. In this request, you should specify...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Personal Injury and Civil Litigation for California on
Q: I would like to file a declaration as a previous plaintiff in a multi-plaintiff civil claim, now as third party.

There is a multi party personal injury claim where I was a previous plaintiff. I dropped my portion of the claim recently against the defendants and I am no longer party to the case. The civil suit is still ongoing with the other plaintiffs. I would like to file a declaration to the court, now as... View More

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answered on Apr 13, 2024

In your situation, since you are no longer a party to the ongoing case but have relevant information to provide, you have a few options to consider:

1. Declaration as a third-party witness: You can file a declaration with the court as a third-party witness. This would involve providing a...
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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Civil Rights for California on
Q: Witness subpoenaed in CA (served in Seattle) failed to appear twice. How to proceed?

The court issued a subpoena to a witness, who was personally served by a professional process server. Despite this, the witness failed to appear in the California court for two different occasions: one for a subpoena duces tecum and another for an online hearing. Given that the witness is located... View More

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answered on Apr 13, 2024

If a witness who has been properly served with a subpoena fails to appear, you have a few options to proceed:

1. Request a bench warrant: You can ask the court to issue a bench warrant for the witness's arrest. This is a serious measure and should be used as a last resort. The court...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Municipal Law for California on
Q: Can a police officer give you a ticket for having lunch at a table in the park that is within 150' of the water way.

In my city cops use two fish and game codes as a way to take a person who is living out doors to jail at any time a person is near the water with any personal property. (Back pack or a sleeping bag). They do this to people who are camping. Take them to jail, and then they throughout people's... View More

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answered on Apr 12, 2024

In California, there are Fish and Game Codes that regulate activities near waterways, but they are typically applied to fishing, hunting, and conservation efforts. It's unlikely that these codes would be used to ticket someone simply for eating lunch at a park table near a waterway, unless... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Personal Injury, Civil Rights and Landlord - Tenant for California on
Q: I've filed a civil lawsuit (not small claims) against my landlords and building managers, who are both listed as an LLC

What forms or actions do I need to follow to ensure I've got the defendants listed correctly and get their representatives served? I had already served the court paperwork to the attention of the LLC at the addresses I had from our lease paperwork.

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

In California, when filing a civil lawsuit against an LLC, you need to ensure that you have properly identified the defendant(s) and served them correctly. Here are the steps you should follow:

1. Identify the LLC's agent for service of process: You can search for the LLC's...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Small Claims for California on
Q: I live in San Diego. I sold a car and lent someone money. I am low income. What recourse do I have to get $ back?

They do owe the IRS also. And I've gotten about half back but if he's not willing to pay remaining (about 13k) I want the car back even though he put 100k+ miles on it. He gets paid as 1099/cash and says that he won't ever file taxes. Can we garnish his wages to be Repaid cause... View More

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

In your situation, you have several options to consider:

1. Small Claims Court: If the amount owed is less than $12,500, you can file a claim in small claims court. The process is relatively simple, and you don't need a lawyer. However, since the amount owed is more than $12,500, this...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Education Law for California on
Q: If a child gets suspended on Monday and their suspension is 5 days but there's no school on friday.

If a child gets suspended on Monday and their suspension is 5 days but

there's no school on friday. Will the child return to school on Monday or on Tuesday?

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answered on Apr 10, 2024

In California, if a student is suspended for a specified number of school days, the suspension applies only to days when school is in session. If there is no school on a particular day during the suspension period, such as a holiday or a staff development day, that day does not count towards the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights for California on
Q: My neighbor filed a request for Civil Harassment Restraining Order against me, but it was denied by the judge.

My neighbor filed a request for a Civil Harassment Restraining Order against me. I responded by submitting the CH-120 form and attached a witness declaration using the MC-030 form. I also requested the court to pay for legal consultation. Fortunately, the judge denied my neighbor's request for... View More

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answered on Apr 8, 2024

I'm glad to hear that the judge denied your neighbor's request for a Civil Harassment Restraining Order against you. Let me address your questions one by one:

1. Receiving a copy of the denied Civil Harassment Restraining Order:

Yes, you should receive a copy of the...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Consumer Law, Identity Theft and Landlord - Tenant for California on
Q: what court forms are needed to file civil lawsuit for filing a illegal eviction, negligence, Identity theft, harassment

Vehicle Vandalism/Auto Theft:

Due to the property managers inadequate security measures and camera mispositioning in the parking garage, Crystle Strong’s vehicle was vandalized and stolen. Police report available. Unlawful Detainer Eviction:

Despite receiving rent payments from... View More

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answered on Apr 8, 2024

To file a civil lawsuit in California for the issues you mentioned, you will need to fill out and file several court forms. The specific forms may vary depending on the county where you are filing the lawsuit and the specific claims you are making. However, here are some common forms you may need:... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights for California on
Q: Can a private patrol car that is parked idly in a residential community have the flashing lights turned on continuously

What is California VC 25250

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answered on Apr 8, 2024

California Vehicle Code 25250 covers the use of flashing amber warning lights on vehicles. Here are the key points:

1. Flashing amber warning lights are permitted on vehicles engaged in construction, maintenance or operations on or adjacent to a highway.

2. Vehicles used for the...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Personal Injury and Civil Rights for California on
Q: I hear v2k voice to skull anyway I'm wondering if there technology that can prove voice to skull technology.

I'm also wondering if there has been a winning case involving v2k or covert harassment in the court of law?

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answered on Apr 6, 2024

I understand your concerns about the alleged voice-to-skull (V2K) technology and covert harassment. However, it's important to note that there is currently no scientifically proven evidence of the existence of V2K technology or its use for harassment.

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