Is there a certain number of deaths that must have occurred as a result of the shooting? Does their intent matter for labelling it as a mass shooting? Is it a combination of people who are shot and/or killed or just shot/killed?
I currently have a case in the beginning stages in the eastern district of New York against one of the biggest nonprofits in New York City camba inc regarding a white collar crime unprofessional behavior as well as harassment and need legal representation I cannot pay at the moment but I'm... Read more »
Perhaps not. If such a "black powder gun" falls within the definition of an "antique firearm", as defined in Florida Statute 790.001 (1), which reads "any firearm manufactured in or before 1918 (including any matchlock, flintlock, percussion cap, or similar early type of...Read more »
If the police knows I did a crime and they ask for a id and I say I don’t have it on me and they don’t believe me and they go ahead and check my pockets to see if I was lying, was wondering if that allowed without my consent
Been lied to not given a chance while having COVID denied information sold my home with out having proper documentation took advantage of the elderly called over 300 times after being told not to. Did not notice me properly did not follow federal required guidelines performed dual tracking lied... Read more »
This case is in Iowa. They were state charges, & the feds picked them up and now being held in county jail, & cannot get any information from anyone regarding this inmate. How does someone go about getting a federal attorney appointed when the attorney they have was the attorney appointed... Read more »
Hello, I worked as a retail associate selling cell phones. In that position there was fraud going on with associates also selling phones were doing fraud and selling it to people using other peoples names basically a scammer. Will or can I still be charged for that? I unknowingly sold him phones... Read more »
All depends on the investigation and what turns up. You can also either sit silently OR actively participate, if you have an appetite or desire for that. If you may be criminally liable, advance cooperation can also be mitigation for when you face potential consequences. Generally I advise...Read more »
He was sentence 144 months in the state of kentucky with a prior drug charge. Placed in Lowest prison due to not being violent or having violent hisotry. Qualified for RDAP. I read articles on good time and earned credit. I also read the 85%. Just trying to get an idea from someone credited.
I'm a psych student, and I am doing a project based on paraphilias and fantasies.
Edit: Got my first answer. However, I am still confused, 2003 Protect Act goes in detail about CSEM. But I heard this act was overturned for being unconstitutional. Even if it wasnt, it clarifies that the... Read more »
You should consider requesting early termination of supervised release—which is what I believe you mean by “federal probation,” as the health issue requiring you to possess a medical cannabis card is likely a “new or unforeseen circumstance,” that makes early termination appropriate when...Read more »
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