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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on
Q: Can someone please help me understand residence restrictions for people convicted of 288(a) + 288(b)(1) + 314.1?

I am trying to ascertain what this person's residence restrictions are, specifically if they can live within 2000 ft of a school or park? This individual was just released in 2023.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Who should be held responsible for mail and identity thefting?

First time ever having my own place through section 8 the apartment was nice but I never paid attention to the important things like mailbox,doorbell, heater air vents,the ceilings I was just beyond happy that I didn't have to sleep different houses apart from my kids. Well the mailbox was... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Stockbroker Fraud for California on
Q: Identity theft and fraud in CA

My neighbors who I thought were my friends stole my identity. I have proof of the accounts they opened and how they accessd my accounts was by hacking my email accounts and phone accounts since she helped me set up a fire stick she either connect me to her wifi or she connected to my wifi and she... View More

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Q: What kind of lawyer? I want to file a federal tort claim against HUD for gross negligence and constructive fraud.

It involves several egregious errors in HUD regulations that are defrauding untold thousands of service-connected disabled vets out of much of their VA disability compensation. This is much bigger than my personal against the agency. I needs to be an action against an extremely corrupt agency, but... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Identity Theft, Internet Law and Stockbroker Fraud for California on
Q: Account was hacked funds were stolen, how did cash app allow hacker to take my
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answered on Jul 2, 2024

If your Cash App account was hacked and funds were stolen, it can be very distressing. Under California law, there are protections in place for consumers who fall victim to fraud. It's crucial to act quickly to limit the damage.

First, report the theft to Cash App immediately through...
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Juvenile Law and Criminal Law for California on
Q: My love one in jail has an old case and he never been convicted of and the prison is denying him contact visit

My love one in jail has an old case and he never been convicted of and the prison is denying him visit of contact visit with a minor they are holding him to an old case when he was a juvenile how can we get him approve for contact visit with minors

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answered on Jul 2, 2024

Under California law, if your loved one is being denied contact visits with minors due to an old case from when he was a juvenile and has never been convicted, there are steps you can take to address this issue. Start by requesting a review of his visitation status through the prison's... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on
Q: Dear Ask lawyer, corrupt lawyers bought off the jury processing people to put me on a jury to intimidate me.

I contacted the judge and Attorney General because afterward, I was chased by predator and my husband was beaten and suffered severe head injuries. Who else can I contact to get justice and stop these people from doing harm to others?

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answered on Jun 26, 2024

If someone believes they have witnessed or been the victim of jury tampering, intimidation, assault, or other crimes, they should:

1. Contact local law enforcement to file a police report.

2. Inform the court where the alleged jury tampering occurred.

3. Consider contacting...
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2 Answers | Asked in Education Law, Employment Law, Employment Discrimination and Federal Crimes for California on
Q: do i have a valid case to sue if i have proof of all things listed Against a school district ?

Wrongful start date they have me started in 2019 i started in 2016

they say was hired as a subsitute and had 3 years of probation befor being fully hired

Missing earned wages

no last pay

kept all my bonus wages

tamperd with my accounts to change time... View More

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answered on Jun 22, 2024

Based on the information you've provided, it appears you may have several potential legal claims against the school district. However, to determine if you have a valid case, you would need to consult with an employment lawyer who can review all the evidence and details of your specific... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and Health Care Law for California on
Q: Certification of contents, authenticity of documents

What california evidence codes, statutes and rules are VERY specific

to certification of contents,

authentication and verification of documents under oath? (Originals or copies of documents)

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answered on Jun 21, 2024

To answer this question, we need to look at several specific California Evidence Codes and rules related to the certification, authentication, and verification of documents. Here are the most relevant provisions:

1. California Evidence Code Section 1400-1402: Authentication

These...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Federal Crimes and Health Care Law for California on
Q: Identity pursuant section 2017.010

Defendant hospital objects to disclose identity of providers, claims that it is private data, and that I have to be specific in my request in definition of identity.

Thus I am interested to find out how section 2017.010 is construed in respect of identity that defendant has to disclose.... View More

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answered on Jun 20, 2024

Under California Code of Civil Procedure section 2017.010, you have the right to obtain information that is relevant to your case. This includes the identity of providers involved in your care at the defendant hospital. The law allows for the discovery of facts and information that could lead to... View More

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Q: How to obtain verifiable information of other patients of the defendant hospital with similar characteristics

How to obtain from defendant hospital verifiable information of other patients with the same unenforceable waiver for authorization to release records in conditions of admission to hospital, record of terminal disease, single, and discharged to b&c facility from hospital?

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answered on Jun 20, 2024

To obtain verifiable information about other patients with similar characteristics from the defendant hospital, you need to file a formal request for discovery during the litigation process. This request can include a demand for documents and records that match the criteria you described. Be... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Health Care Law and Legal Malpractice for California on
Q: What case law defines procedures handling Compelling further responses with privilege log?

Upon response of defense to discovery requests, with demand of privilege log.

Is plaintiff required to request in camera review of privilege log, in addition to hearing on motion to compel further responses with enclosed privilege log.

Why additional motion for order to disclose... View More

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answered on Jun 19, 2024

Under California law, handling a privilege log and compelling further responses involves several steps, guided by case law and statutory provisions. When the defense asserts privilege in response to discovery requests, they must provide a detailed privilege log as outlined in the California Code of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Government Contracts and Legal Malpractice for California on
Q: LA hospice fraud.

How plaintiff can bring to court's attention specific issues of improper responses by defense: 'last known phone number and email of hospital provider as identity', response to 'produce person for deposition, instead of disclosing identity'?

Will OIG accept similar... View More

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answered on Jun 19, 2024

In this situation, it seems the defense is not providing proper responses to the plaintiff's discovery requests in a case involving hospice fraud in Los Angeles, CA. Here are a few ways the plaintiff can bring these issues to the court's attention and thoughts on how the Office of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on
Q: Can a probation officer ask for my girlfriends information if she doesn't live with me ?

Federal Supervised release

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

Under California law, a probation officer generally does not have the authority to demand information about your girlfriend if she does not live with you, especially if you are under federal supervised release rather than state probation.

However, there are a few important considerations:...
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and Legal Malpractice for California on
Q: Inappropriate response for plaintiff's request for information. LA hospice fraud.

Can responses by defense 'defense will produce person for deposition' enforce on plaintiff deposing person? What statute defines that?

Why plaintiff can be forced to file additional motion for protective order?

Can plaintiff instead propound specific discovery request for... View More

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

In a lawsuit involving an allegation of hospice fraud in Los Angeles, if the defense responds to a plaintiff's request for information by stating they "will produce a person for deposition," it does not automatically obligate the plaintiff to depose that person. The plaintiff has the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Health Care Law and Legal Malpractice for California on
Q: Matters crucial for discovery. Enforcement

Defendant hospital can find many triggers for objections. However, when subject matter of particular discovery responses is crucial for the case,

Motion to compel with demand to produce privilege log Is the only tool available to obtain any meaningful responses?

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

Under California law, when a defendant hospital objects to discovery requests and the subject matter of those requests is crucial to the case, filing a motion to compel along with a demand for a privilege log can be an effective tool to obtain meaningful responses. Here's why:

1....
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Health Care Law and Legal Malpractice for California on
Q: What such situation has to do with protective order?

In this particular case, the question is not about defendant to depose plaintiff.

The question is about defendant's responses to 'produce person for deposition' in instead of disclosure of inquired identity.

In this case plaintiff cannot be obliged to depose a person,... View More

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

Under California law, a protective order is a court order that is designed to protect a person from harassment, stalking, or abuse. It can be used to prevent the defendant from contacting the plaintiff, coming near them, or engaging in other specified behaviors.

In the context of a legal...
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Contracts and Legal Malpractice for California on
Q: Defenses discovery obligations pursuant CCP § 2030.220(c).

Defenses HAS TO make a reasonable a good faith effort to obtain information for proper response,

as clearly defined by CCP § 2030.220(c).

But

according to Defense, unless more specific question is asked about information

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

In California, the Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) § 2030.220(c) requires a party responding to interrogatories to make a reasonable and good faith effort to obtain the information needed to provide a proper response. If the responding party (in this case, the defense) fails to do so and instead... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Federal Crimes for California on
Q: Usual and customary authentication procedure in discovery

What is usual and customary procedure for defendant to authenticate identities of service providers and agreements thereof?

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

Under California law, authenticating the identities of service providers and agreements typically involves a few key steps during the discovery process. You would begin by serving discovery requests, such as interrogatories, requests for admission, or requests for production of documents, to obtain... View More

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Q: Re: reasonable way to handle situation

Motion for protective order is not relevant for the situation.

Plaintiff requests defendant to create privilege log in production request and to disclose private information of individuals.

Can motion for camera review and motion for court order for disclosure of private data be... View More

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answered on Jun 16, 2024

Here are the steps I would recommend for handling this situation in California:

1. Serve the production requests and special interrogatories on the defendant. In the requests, ask the defendant to produce a privilege log identifying any documents withheld on the basis of privilege. Also...
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