He's also stalking me, taunting me by showing all of the personal information he has about me, which I did not give. He calls me various slurs, tells me that I would be better off dead, etc. Would California extradite someone from Poland for this or do I have to pursue justice in Poland?... View More
Your situation is complex and distressing, involving issues of non-consensual sharing of intimate images, stalking, and harassment. In California, the distribution of such images without consent is illegal, and you have legal rights that can be enforced.
in on me while i was changing. the people that worked there failed to do anything about it. denied they new anything bout who it was anmd didnt make them leave. come to find out it was store security. i felt totally lied too and violated by the situation. i cant believe it could be ok for them to... View More
Now he says, "he no longer wants to rent the property and I have 60 days to get out. However, the other male roommate that lives here has not been evicted. I live in a house with two men and one is the sub leaser/landlord. What can I do to give me more time to find a place to live? How can I... View More
Under California law, proposing to exchange rent for sexual favors can constitute sexual harassment and is illegal under the Fair Employment and Housing Act. You may file a complaint with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Regarding the eviction notice, if you have a...View More
I was using the women’s restroom when a male came in. When I exited the stall and agitatedly stated “what are you doing in here?!” With a smirk and sarcastic tone he stated “I was inspecting the place.” I informed my manager with dismay and he didn’t even speak to the customer when the... View More
Under California law, an employer has a duty to provide a safe work environment, which includes addressing potentially harmful situations caused by third parties, such as customers. If an employer fails to take action against a customer who has engaged in criminal activity, such as peeping, this...View More
I went to court but the case was dropped because it "wasn't in the benefit of the children" according to reports. I still remember court the question the faces. My parents were brainwashed not to proceed any further by the school. I've gathered information I've been able to... View More
They gave me two weeks paid time off and fired him now I’m 39 years old and I can’t have a relationship because of what he did to me.. can I sue them for what I’ve had to go through. Back then I was so young and didn’t realize what damage this caused
The time has long since passed for you to file a workplace sexual harassment claim. You had, at the time, one year to file an administrative complaint with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing to preserve your right to sue for sexual harassment in the workplace.
when I was 9 to 14 I was exploited at a horse barn. me and multiple other girls, but not all. the people who did manage to get out have been diagnosed with PTSD, even many years later. this stable is very good at manipulation. they make you want to stay because of horses, they take advantage of... View More
In California, Title IX training requirements can extend beyond just the larger educational institutions. While federal Title IX regulations primarily apply to institutions receiving federal funding, California's state laws have broader implications. The California Education Code requires all...View More
In California, if a tenant is locked out of their rental property without proper legal procedures, it may constitute an illegal eviction or "lockout." If the Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) was removed and the case dismissed, there should typically be no legal basis for preventing you...View More
If you believe you are a victim of a crime or harassment related to Executive Order 13818 or any other situation, it's important to immediately contact local law enforcement to report your concerns. Additionally, you may wish to consult with an attorney experienced in the relevant area of law...View More
Elder says I used a gun, which I dont own nor posses and used my service dog to attack him. I was ordered to leave due to emotional distress he alleges. Incident NEVER occurred. He was traveling when he says this occured . My dog, g/f , and I all were asleep in my room and never saw him until... View More
Your situation is undoubtedly distressing, and I appreciate the urgency. In California, it is crucial to respond to the Elder Temporary Restraining Order (ETRO) by filing a response with the court and attending the hearing to present your evidence, such as any available witnesses, photos, or other...View More
Me amenazo con denunciarme a inmigración para que me deporten y me dio una noticia de 30 días y a los 3 dias me dio otra de 3 días para pagar o desalojar no tenemos contrato todo los acuerdos fueron verbales
Lamento escuchar acerca de su situación. Según la ley de California, los acuerdos verbales para arrendamientos residenciales generalmente se consideran válidos y usted puede tener derechos como inquilino incluso sin un contrato de arrendamiento por escrito. Es importante saber que las...View More
Personal injury case, I serviced the defendant but after almost three months he still responded, I should request a default before his response but I didn’t know that until yesterday, do I still can request a default since he already responded but too late?
A Request for Entry of Default will only be effective if there has been no response when the Judge is asked to sign it. By filing a responsive pleading before you even filed the Request, the defendant avoided the default.
The good news is that a default will almost always be set aside to...View More
For a strategic reason we need to sue a neighbor for his wanton sexual assaults against us and his breaching a contract, and as well suing his employer (his father’s company) for negligence of his son’s intentional tort injuring us (since when the sexual assault had occurred, his father’s... View More
When deciding whether to sue a local staff member and their out-of-state company, you have two options: state court or federal court. In your case involving sexual assaults and breach of contract, suing in the local state court where the incidents occurred, such as California, may be convenient....View More
An employee of a company had sent by the company to come to work in CA. He works for the company, gets paid from the company, uses the company van for work, and his apartment rent and other utilities bills are also paid by the company that is located in another state. If that employee committed an... View More
I know that there will be the exception for the Penal Code Section 632 about secret recordings. Is "gathering information of a criminal violation" an exception? When a person A had been committing a series of crimes of sexual harassments and sexual assaults against another person B,... View More
One exception is if you are recording police or other public officials carrying out their job responsibilities. If those activities are visible from publicly accessible places, such as parks or streets, you have the right to record video without their permission. The law also does not prohibit...View More
If a person believes that some criminal actions had been going on against him such as unlawful defamation with false claims, violent criminal assault in making extreme noises to disturb peace and in obstructing his path through a hallway (the violent manner and actions could be deemed as false... View More
The key to Penal Code section 632, which prohibits the introduction into evidence and makes it a crime to record another person without consent, is that the communication recorded must be a "confidential communication" as defined in that statute. So if you are recording the other person...View More
I could not find an attorney to represent me to sue the landlord who breached the contract (Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment) for landlord's harassments, retaliations and racial discriminations against us... For the sake of the Statute of Limitations, I need to rush in submitting the pleading in... View More
Yes, you can file the lawsuit as a "pro per" plaintiff (representing yourself). An attorney can then be retained to represent you, and you will then file a Substitution of Attorney form indicating the new attorney's name/signature. The complaint you file can be amended without...View More
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