I was found guilty of breaking the no contact order when I went back to get my son however all our belongings have been withheld from us for close to a year now we are still married can I return for our personal belongings once it's been a year
I am trying to have a personal bodycam for preventing any harmful actions on me in the future. However, I am awared that audio recording without consult by a person that's near or public are illegal. I would like to know why is that audio recording is particulaly prohibited by law and I am... Read more »
I sent this guy the videos but once he started to get demanding and controlling I tried to end everything and he threatened to post it unless I showed him my xxx on FaceTime. He says he posted it already but I can’t see to report it to get it taken down myself. He has threatened to kill me and my... Read more »
If a travel agency is used to arrange a flight and doesn't inform their customer about the overseas country entry requirements causing them to be refused at the flight check in gates. Who is in the wrong?
I'm the executor and sole beneficiary of my late uncle’s estate; however, in Alabama a spouse cannot be omitted from the will. His widow (they were married 17 months) is the only one who has access to his computer and phone. She also did it to be mean and cruel. These were very special to me... Read more »
A business partner in our nevada company has a ifta /irp in California tax bill that hasn't been paid can nevada block us from getting an account until that's paid it wasn't blocked until nevada contacted California
The sales person told them that since they are on social security the services with Claro TV+ in Puerto Rico was free for them. They also signed a document which tied them into a 24 month contract which they were not aware of. Moreover, they went without the TV service for 15 days after signing the... Read more »
Unfortunately, this is a common practice: a salesperson saying whatever he/she can to close a sale. Leonine contracts such as this also makes it extremely difficult for a persona to wiggle out of, under normal circumstances. Also, these types of contracts unilaterally increase monthly payments each...Read more »
Im recording bc mother has accused me of being drunk and slurring words .. so i bought a breathalyzer .. record blowing bf and after i facetime with my daughter .... i have been recording our facetimes bc of accusations ... mother emailed me said she doesnt consent to the recordings citing private... Read more »
No. See O.C.G.A. section 16-11-62. While Georgia is a one-party state, requiring the consent of only one party to a telephone conversation to record that conversation, Georgia requires the consent of all parties to record a video chat (i.e. FaceTime) in a "private place and out of public...Read more »
This is not an easy question to answer. Presenting evidence to court is something that you learn in law school and through the practice of law. There are different types of evidence and different ways to present it. May I suggest, for a starting point, that you review the Ohio Rules of Evidence....Read more »
We are a small business in Colorado, who had a customer record our conversation without consent . We would like to possible pursue a case against this customer pursuant to Michigan’s eavesdropping statute prohibits recording in-person and telephone conversations without consent from all parties,... Read more »
If you're looking for criminal charges, contact the police. If you're looking for civil damages, they problem will be what damage you've sustained? Did they just record the conversation for their own purposes? Have they posted it on a blog or something and it's affected your business?
I live in Defiance county, in a township outside of the city limits. A business placed a sign near the road, but still on my property, advertising their services in an attempt to get customers. I don't want my property used for advertising, but do I personally have a right to remove and... Read more »
Contact the business and tell them to remove the sign. If they don't, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the situation and contact them on your behalf, or advise you of your options.
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