After the vehicle sat there after first tow truck "couldnt haul it" then another tow driver hauled it to their tow yard and seen my guns in my vehicle and called the officer and had him come back out to his tow yard and then they supposedly did a search and found "drugs!" While... Read more »
Inventory searches are semi-protected under the law. It really depends on the facts and what probable cause the police had and if anything was in plain view. I think you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately.
Employer wants to know specific medical information about employee. Employer and employee have not consented into any release of medical information about employee? Is this a violation under HIPPA and california state law?
This is listed in WORKERS COMPENSATION so I'll have to presume there is an on-the-job-injury and the worker has placed her physical condition in issue requesting treatment and disability payments; when there is a WCAB Case Number, the subpena service can get those records because the injured...Read more »
my husband is in pre-trial detention and his case is stalling. There is nothing complicated with the case his lawyer has only visited him 2 times he's been in there since 06/08. They just put him in solitary confinement for the last month the jail guards gave no reason. my husband was helping... Read more »
was it still required to be no longer then 120 days to hold a fact-finding hearing in CHINS case. Was the statutory timeline of 120 days over ruled due to covid. during 9/2020-3/2021 would the Fulton county Indiana courts err in setting a fact-finding CHINS hearing outside of the statutory... Read more »
My friend served 90 days on a PV sanction & should've been released Mon 9/13 but is still in custody. He hasn't been charged & the only answer we've gotten is it's a Fed hold. Nothing is found when I search online either.
If the courts doesn't have permission to speak with a minor child from the mother and the district attorney's office remove the child without probable cause or any legal cause without a warrant or court order or showing that the minor child is in danger of any thing isn't that a... Read more »
If drugs are found under the driver seat of a car and the driver is the owner of the car, can the passenger be charged with possession because the driver/owner refuses to take ownership? If so, how likely is a case like that to stick?
You wouldn't be asking this question if this fact situation hadn't already occurred. So you know the answer already. The passenger(P) can be charged with possession. (If the assumptions I'm making are incorrect, then disregard my answer.)
I have been diagnosed with bipolar, anxiety, depression, PTSD,plus some physical disabillitys.My son moved here I own my trailer but pay a lot rent they said he can't live here he is 33 I want to move in a year they say he can't stay,is there anyway he can stay to help me?
Consult a lawyer in your area handling elder law issues. Search for lawyer by either clicking on the Find a Lawyer tab on the top of the Justia web page or contact the Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service, which will refer you to a lawyer with a low consultation fee - see https://lrs.floridabar.org...Read more »
Security told them they had to go outside to the car.. police arrived and he went out to kids and made my daughter put her phone away and not use it and scared them to death by telling them dhr would be coming to their home they should go home and clean it and get it ready.is this legal
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