It's the second time raided and nothing found
Vehicle was seized after a traffic stop revealed driver had no insurance. Driver was issued a court date.. two weeks later the driver received a notice from the police stating that the vehicle had been abandoned and was towed to a local shop, also states that it was searched by the cops. At the... Read more »
My ex-husband has convinced my children that I was mean, evil, abusive, and negligent to them. He has told them I'm selfish and all I did was party and yell and scream all their lives. He has them so afraid of me they won't even talk to me. He refused and still refuses to discipline them.... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2023
I am sorry to hear about your situation. If he is violating a court order with regards to parenting time, you can enforce the order. Most parenting plans have an anti disparagement clause and if he is violating that, you can enforce the order.
I was in a private conversation on a chat app (Discord) and someone took screenshots of what was said and handed it over to the person in question. I received a cease and desist letter through email. The information within the letter included screenshots of "defamatory statements", but my... Read more »
answered on Oct 27, 2022
Posting to a 3rd party on any platform could be considered publishing for purposes of defamation. If you are truly concerned then you should contact an attorney to go over the supposed defamatory statement.
It’s a dependency and neglect case opened a year ago. There have been no transcripts and finally after court last time I checked again and there are a year with of transcripts but all of the information is wrong, it even skips from 9/22 to 9/21 then back to 9/22. So there not even in order.
answered on Sep 15, 2022
Court reporters transcribe court proceedings. It is not common that they are wrong. However you can request an audio of the proceedings.
Our neighbor has been spreading lies about our dogs for years. Saying they were viscous, they have attacked them, etc. Our dog got into some trouble and their lies caused the situation to escalate quickly and resulted in our dog being taken away for 6 weeks, and going through a whole ordeal. In... Read more »
answered on Jun 8, 2021
Unfortunately, no because Colorado views dogs as property so that would be like suing for defamation for someone spreading lies about your couch. But you will need representation if you have been cited for a criminal violation by animal control. If you can prove your neighbors engaged in abuse of... Read more »
My dad has a great Pyrenees Moutain dog. The dog lives outside to protect the chickens. Animal control has come to confirm that he has, food, water, shelter, and updates on his shots. We provided all of this and they said we are good But someone in our neighborhood is constantly calling in about... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2021
Your dad is being lied to. Have him submit a Colorado Open Records Request (most have a form on their websites) to the law enforcement entity(s) asking for all records of all complaints related to his address for the past year. Those are PUBLIC records and more importantly they are records... Read more »
I ordered a $3000 computer from Amazon. It was delivered today. I needed to sign for it, so I made sure to be home. An hour ago, I looked outside and it was sitting on my porch. Checking Amazon, it said that I had signed for it, which I had not. Apparently, the delivery person forged my signature.... Read more »
answered on Feb 12, 2021
The purpose of a civil suit is to recover damages in order to make you whole. You've not articulated any damages.
answered on Oct 15, 2020
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a month. If it was done close to the time of moving, it could have been an oversight. At any rate, correcting it could help avoid future headaches. Good luck
Are people allowed to take photos inside of schools? Being sure to keep all personal information out of the photo.
answered on Jul 19, 2020
You would have to check with the school district on their policies, however there is no law that prohibits taking photographs inside of schools.
social media. She constantly makes various profiles to try and contact me and has added my friends and family. Over the last year she has sent people to break my car windows on 4 separate occasions, yet the police say that the video footage is not enough to connect the vandalism to her. I would... Read more »
answered on Jul 16, 2020
It depends on the nature of the communications. As for the photos, you would have to connect her to the damage somehow.
My landlord on a month to month single room rental that had no lease kicked me out of the house mid month with rent completely paid up to the end of month. He gave no notice at all and forced me to leave immediately without getting all of my belongings, he also forced me to give back my house key... Read more »
answered on Jun 16, 2019
You may want to bring a claim for damages in Small Claims Court.
A news station published a picture and a name of a family member along with his criminal charges and this has caused his life to be in danger. What can I do?
answered on Jan 24, 2019
Unless what the new station published was false and they knew it was false or were completely reckless with regard to the truthfulness of the report, no, you cannot sue. That is public information and the press is protected by the First Amendment.
I was arrested in CO several years ago and case was completely dismissed/record sealed. A google search of my name turned up my info on this mugshots.com site. I sent in inquiry to the site asking for removal as I was never convicted or even tried (case was thrown out). they offered to remove for... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2017
I am not familiar with the law you are referring to (it may exist, I just may not have heard about it), but there is likely a jurisdictional problem with Colorado having power over you and potentially the website (as you noted). I cannot check the statute to see if Colorado can assert protection... Read more »
The landlord didn't show up at the possession hearing and now filed a motion for re-do. I got possession for default judgement but do I also win my counterclaim I filed with my eviction answer. And is there a re-do in court without a court of appeal giving a second bite at the apple. I'm... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2017
A default judgment (which is what occurs when a party does not appear without cause) does mean you "won" the case. You should review any final materials you received from the court (they usually say "Final Orders" or something like that) to see exactly what the judge awarded.... Read more »
The report state seven evictions for property we still live at late fee is 100 firstday and ten every day to paid. Trying to move lease up March 30i can't find place until credit is fixed I have never been evicted and have no judgements with the court appfolio is investigating but I'm... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2017
There are civil means to punish a party who wrongfully places items on a credit report. This is best discussed with a lawyer on an individual basis and will not produce immediate results. For faster results contact the credit reporting agencies about making a claim for inaccurate or false... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2017
Libel is not a criminal matter, but a civil claim. Libel is the publishing of untrue/incorrect information to 3rd parties that causes direct harm (beyond simple emotional distress). Libel and slander cases are fact-specific claims, you will need to contact a lawyer directly to evaluate the strength... Read more »
answered on Aug 16, 2016
This is actually a civil law issue, rather than criminal. You can only sue a "sugar daddy" for "payment" if you have an enforceable contract. The contract need not necessarily be in writing, but it might be difficult to prove that there was an oral contract like this. The... Read more »
I found out one of my bosses fabricated a lie about me and my spouse to other bosses of the firm? I was not present when it happened.
answered on May 11, 2016
There is slander/liable. In an employment context, you would need to provide evidence that the false statements negatively impacted you at work. In either case you will need a lawyer because these are technical and fact-driven legal claims.
answered on Dec 13, 2015
Contact a lawyer. Slander is not an easy claim and a lawyer will need to review the specifics of your case. Review CRS 13-25-124 and 13-25-125.5 for the specific court procedures at: http://www.intotolegal.com/upcoming%20Events/Forms.html .
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