A federal inmate is filing their second, and final, 60(b) motion. The first motion was denied. Should this motion be sent to appellate or district court?
My father passed Dec 28th. Two weeks before his death while he was in hospice, his long-term girlfriend (who was probably POA, not positive but probably) transferred the entirety of an IRA (over $100,000) from one IRA with beneficiaries to another without. My guess is that she would get more from... Read more »
Can some from child support call me from their personal cell?
Can child support text me without my consent?
Can the FTC regulate Child Support Services?
answered on Mar 4, 2023
The laws related to child support services and debt collection can be found in the federal Child Support Enforcement Act (42 U.S.C. 651 et seq.) and the Federal Trade Commission Act (15 U.S.C. § 41 et seq.).
Regarding your specific questions:
It is not recommended for child support... Read more »
My mom is married to a guy that hit her and was charged with Domestic violence in California. They stayed together but shortly afterwards lost their home in the Paradise CA fire and now live in Florida. My sister once took his guns away when he was suicidal and never reported it. We know he's... Read more »
answered on Feb 5, 2023
No, your mom is not prohibited from purchasing firearms just because her husband has been convicted of a California misdemeanor involving domestic violence. If she acquires the firearm with the intended purpose that he has access to it, she would be committing a felony; see Florida Statute... Read more »
Is there a way i can bring them with me? We are driving up
answered on Jan 6, 2023
You might want to ask that question in Justia Ask a Lawyer > New York.
They think there is evidence in the car of his crime. That's why they said they could take it. The car is registered to me, it's new so the title is between the dealership and myself, insurance is in my name. I was not at the scene when this took place. I got a ride to the scene to get my... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2022
In my opinion, the police did not have the right to keep your car without a warrant. Was that your question?
Several court reporters are refusing to submit a electronic transcript to a litigant in an attempt to conceal a fraudulent court. The court reporters have made unlawful misinformation statements to the litigant and told them that they needed a lawyer for these transcripts, that they had to go to... Read more »
answered on Nov 6, 2022
That's weird. A reporter must provide a requested transcript to a party to the case if the party pays the estimated cost up front, and an appropriate motion to the court may be made to seek relief. Which law applies depends on which court you're in.
I filed a civil suit and during the trial after everyone was sworn in the defendant not only admitted to a federal crime but provided proof that he had possession of the counterfeit document, knowing it was a counterfeit document and submitted a photo copy of that document as evidence.... Read more »
answered on Aug 2, 2022
Mere possession of a counterfeit document is not necessarily a crime.
It's not really up to the judge to do anything. You could, if you want, report it to the federal authorities, and see if they want to prosecute.
answered on May 23, 2022
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 »
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 »
answered on May 18, 2022
Apparently not. See:
I met someone online and this person is completely legit. He decided he was going to send some personal to my residence. He sent the parcel via an international courier. They asked for an overweight fee which was paid. Then they scanned the parcel and found some funds inside. I was not made aware... Read more »
answered on Mar 29, 2022
Yes, it does seem as though it may be some sort of a scam. A stranger who you met online sending you stuff such as cash is suspicious. Contact the Department of Homeland Security &/or the FBI.
I was investing in a man I thought I would marry and found out he was married. What can I do about getting my money back?
answered on Mar 2, 2022
Did you file a police report for fraud? That's about the extent of what you can do in the criminal realm. You may be able to pursue civil claims for fraud. I suggest speaking with an attorney. Good luck.
Prison Location: North Carolina
My Location: Florida
Relation to deceased: Daughter
Date of Death: 10/18/2020
answered on Dec 12, 2021
So sorry to hear about your daughter. Since this happened in North Carolina, you must search for an attorney in that state. Look for attorneys handling civil rights. Options: (A) Click on the Justia find-a-lawyer tab up top; (B) Search the National Lawyers Guild site at... Read more »
Fugitive from justice arrest made in Florida in 2019 arrested again for the same in 2021 the Manning agency stated no longer wish to extradite in 2019
answered on Dec 6, 2021
In order to have someone assist you on this very serious matter, try to phrase this as a question. For example, what question do you want an answer to? Ex: Can they do that? What should you do next? You may want to directly consult with a criminal defense attorney in your area.
medical history without reason or permission and told other people what was in it. I have never actually met her and have never been to that Walgreens. I wanted to know what course of action I could take, the specific laws she's breaking and what the penalty would be. I would also like to know... Read more »
answered on Nov 23, 2021
It sounds like your medical privacy rights may have been violated. You can make a complaint with Walgreens for the HIPAA violation. 45 C.F.R. § 164.530(d) requires that covered entities have procedures in place for individuals to complain about an entity’s compliance with its privacy policies... Read more »
It's hard to find a state where a ballistic knife isn't banned. In Florida, they're the only knife that is banned by name. My question is, what about a ballistic spike? If the protruding portion of the spring-based weapon doesn't have a sharp edge along the length, but instead... Read more »
answered on Nov 9, 2021
There is an old saying in criminal defense: “You might beat the case, but you won’t beat the ride to jail.” Basically, while you may be right that a spike is not the same thing as a blade, a police officer may not agree with you and might arrest you anyways, and then you will have to fight... Read more »
property was hidden that petitioner was in trust for him , bc trustee got divorced and were not able bc my father took my identity and sold the property to him self then when my mother went to sell she couldn't bc it was trust assets and deed and tittle in my name
answered on Nov 6, 2021
Do you have a question? If you do not know what to ask, you should contact an attorney for a consultation as a start
From a federal agency that has abused me at home and in my car for eight years and two months.
answered on Nov 2, 2021
It's hard to tell from your brief description what your legal issue is. The word "abused" does not indicate which rights you believe were violated. (For example, the right to be free from false arrest or police excessive force, the right to freedom of speech, the right to be... Read more »
My felony got noell processing and my misdemeanor got held so why did I get out on felony probation
answered on Oct 27, 2021
Sounds like a plea bargain…probation is probation regardless of who is doing the monitoring. Felony probation typically exceeds twelve months, while misdemeanor probation is typically less than twelve. Regardless, you are being supervised by a state/county agency for the time period the judge... Read more »
answered on Oct 20, 2021
If a person please guilty or no contest to felony battery, and if adjudication is witheld, then the person is not a "convicted felon" for the purpose of loss of civil rights and right to bear firearms in Florida. This assumes that the person has not been adjudicated guilty of any other... Read more »
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