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0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Constitutional Law and Domestic Violence for Arkansas on
Q: How do I get my kid back when lies and money is all the judge cares about? Three year old taken from me, given to rapest

My daughter was born December 2018. He has done nothing to provide support or make claim as her father. In March of 2022 he filed for an emergency hearing. I got served two days before court. Judge left my daughter with me but gave him visits. Lots of visitation issues. He modified often. she was... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Constitutional Law for North Carolina on
Q: I am Francis (Frank) Brown and a veteran of Emergency Services of 49 years. Mostly concentrated in Fire Services.

I am a former fire chief of my volunteer fire department and am currently a board member and assistant chief.

On September 26, I was all of a sudden asked to leave our board meeting because the acting fire chief wanted to address the board without me present. I had no idea that there was... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Land Use & Zoning and Municipal Law for California on
Q: Are inspection warrants rqd. to contain the same elements as criminal warrants , ie., Seal, clrk stamp, 2b legal?

An inspection warrant was served upon my property. The probable cause was was due to noise complaints, per fire marshal. No evidence of existing health or safety violations, or noise citations. Accused of selling alcohol, w/out evidence. Warrant looked incomplete, no Seal, no clerk stamp, and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Land Use & Zoning, Personal Injury and Constitutional Law for Arizona on
Q: What items is allowed to stay on property during an abatement of nuisance in city of tempe?

If the city of tempe filed for abatement then when we tried to get in touch with the hearing officer who didn't call back until after the 10days were up. We were also denied access to turn paperwork in for appeal in our abatement as well as ability to speak with council. They showed up and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Copyright, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Iowa on
Q: Is it possible for Citizens to mint the Constitution or Bill of Rights (or any part) as an NFT in order to regulate it?

Just wondering if there's any validity to NFTs as an ability to regulate an existing document or governing protocol and protect it from alteration without representation by the masses. Basically the idea is, if all legal American Citizens received 1 cryptocurrency token per voting issue, is... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Tennessee on
Q: The Police wouldn’t arrest the burglar that tried to break in. Is that a violation of Equal Protection?

The Police quickly caught a burglar that tried to break into my apartment. The Officer said that burglar was homeless and likely had schizophrenia. He wouldn’t arrest, didn’t want to fill out a Police report and only wanted to take him across town and drop him off.

The same burglar... Read more »

Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
answered on Oct 4, 2022

You can try to contact a Magistrate yourself by going through the General Sessions Court Clerk, but you probably do not have sufficient information. You can also complain to the Knox County District Attorney General, who might arrange for you and the LEO to swear out a Warrant. Hopefully you at... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets, Civil Rights, Communications Law and Constitutional Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: Please help! Got pulled over for expired registration but I had renewed it help!! More below!! Am I guilty?!! What???

Okay so I got pulled over for an expired registration but I had just renewed my registration 2 weeks prior. I showed the cop my receipt for it on my phone (I didn’t have the paperwork yet and was too anxious to think where I saved the digital copy of the registration that they send) cop gave me a... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Civil Litigation for Mississippi on
Q: Can a lawyer refuse to defend you for a 30 year old felony conviction that has nothing to do with my civil case ?

The downs law group won my Bp medical clame the First half of my settlement was a check for 1,400 and 21 years medical evaluation / the second part of my settlement was the right to sue B.P. In the B.E.L.O. for Later manafested conditions. But my lawyer said he will not take my civil case because... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Medical Malpractice for Illinois on
Q: So my daughter's aunt had her committed cuz she jealous of her. We didn't know until she was already tooken 2 a facility

They transferred her to a different place where they been holding her for 7 days cuz they say she wont sign anything or take any medicine. Its been way past the 72 hours they can hold her so what can i do

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Texas on
Q: I recently applied to a federal job as part the hiring process they're requiring a medical exam is that legal?

I applied to a private entity that works take care of undocumented children. They requested the normal in and out questions and I do the fast I said yes. They asked if I had disabilities i said no and now they're requiring a medical exam and physical as the onboarding process. Is that legal?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Appeals / Appellate Law, Constitutional Law and Domestic Violence for Wyoming on
Q: In the TPO court finds after having heard the evidence, the court finds that an act of DA as defined by WYO STAT.ANN.35-

21-102(a)(iii) has occurred. But I was never charged with DA or arrested. There was no proof of anything but she was a better liar. Does this mean I've lost my gun rights still after this 6 month extension of PO?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Maine on
Q: I believe my 4th amendment rights were violated as a result of an unlawful search & seizure

Police responded to a civil complaint re: an aggressive dog...they left complainant’s property, entered mine & saw no dog, nor person or vehicle (I was out with said dog(s). Officers then approached domicile & claimed to see ‘evidence of firearms in plain view’...one officer was the... Read more »

Hunter J Tzovarras
Hunter J Tzovarras
answered on Oct 1, 2022

Any search of the home would require a search warrant supported by probable cause, unless you provided consent to search the home. There may also be a 4th Amendment issue as to whether the police could enter your property to be in the location of where they claim they saw the firearm. Law... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: If a cop gave me a printed out ticket but never asked me to sign it is the ticket valid it's on his vehicle camera

I got the ticket in Missouri but while in his vehicle when he gave me the ticket on camera he never asked me to sign it on any of the signature spots is the ticket valid he didn't sign the printed out ticket anywhere either

Andrea Rogers
Andrea Rogers
answered on Oct 1, 2022

Yes, the ticket is valid. It makes no difference if the police officer didn't sign the ticket or if you didn't sign the ticket. After the police officer issues a ticket to a driver, the prosecutor has to approve the ticket, and then it goes to the court clerk to be filed on Casenet.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Health Care Law and Criminal Law for California on
Q: My husband is at o.c. irc jail and has pulmonary hypertension and they do not have 1 of the 3 meds he needs. What now?
James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Oct 4, 2022

A jail has a due process requirement to provide medications that are necessary. To failure to do so is also a violation of the cruel and unusual punishment prohibition in the United States Constitution. I would petition for review.

0 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law, Environmental, Land Use & Zoning and Municipal Law for Georgia on
Q: Can I be jailed for a messy yard?

I am disabled Vet. I cannot work a normal job due to an injury. In order to supplement my income, I scrap metal and recycle things for reuse that I find in dumpsters or along side hwys. This causes my yard to be pretty messy because I sort things in piles that consist of things to be repaired,... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Virginia on
Q: I am under the age of 18 and recently got in trouble for possession of THC. My parents want to hire a police detective

to ask me questions about the THC, etc. Can the detective officer legally check my room and all my stuff without consent even tho I am under 18 years old.

0 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law and Criminal Law for Arkansas on
Q: What all information needs to be included in the Act 3 motion for someone who is already incarcerated?

My family member is incarcerated that has mental issues and he wants to file an Act 3 Motion to be sent or paroled out to the State Hospital. I need to know what all information needs to be included in the Act 3 Motion for the best possibility for the judge to be able to grant it? Thank you in... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Arizona on
Q: Arti 6 - SS;21 -Superior court; speedy decisions 21. Superior court; decision must be made w/n 60ds, PERIOD.

Article 6 - SS;21: after 60dys, the Supreme court must put in a decision.

just what does the SC must do? What are the remedies that the Supreme

court must take to follow the law of A6 - SS21?

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