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0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Indiana on
Q: I have a court hearing with the State of Indiana. I have filed an appeal. Discrimination and Misinformed of State Law

I am making a claim for potentially being directly or indirectly discriminated from a representative of The State of Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration at my local FSSA office, as well as being provided with misinformation of State Law by this representative, this followed the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury, Car Accidents and Gov & Administrative Law for Tennessee on
Q: Hello, I truly hate to bother you, but I am looking for a reputable lawyer in and around McNaiy County Tn

Hello,

I truly hate to bother you, but I am looking for a reputable lawyer in and around McNaiy County TN, especially one that deals in auto claims and damages against government neglect. I was in a recent wreck that caused me to roll my vehicle and it was do to poorly laded gravel done by... Read more »

Q: SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 600 63 3550 USA UN VOLUNTEER ARTICLE 4 SECTION 3 CLAUSE 2

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 600 63 3550

USA UN VOLUNTEER

ARTICLE 4 SECTION 3 CLAUSE 2

THE LOCAL CONGRESS SHALL HAVE THE POWER TO EXECUTE ACTS OF DISPOSITION AND TO FORMULATE ALL THE REGULATIONS AND RULES THAT ARE ACCURATE WITH REGARDING LAND AND OTHER PROPERTY SUCH AS NATURAL... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Admiralty / Maritime, Gov & Administrative Law and Municipal Law for Indiana on
Q: Is this a remedy in a criminal matter ?Conditional Acceptance, Motion for Discovery, Motion to Dismiss.

Plus taking the exposition of pleading guilty to the facts but not to a crime. This also requires them to PROVE their claims, produce first hand witnesses or injured parties, and require them to prove their bonding information, among other things

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Washington DC on
Q: Can a federal employee be forced to use personal leave to be compensated for agency mandated Covid quarantines?

I am a federal employee and I have been put on a mandatory Covid quarantine after contracting the virus at work (confirmed through contact tracing). I am not being allowed to return to work or telework despite my ability to do so, but if I want to be paid for this quarantine period I must... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Criminal Law and Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: in board of parole hearings does pro per inmate have right to true audio of hearing for constitutional challenge

commissioner committed double jeopardy retrial; violated ADA protection of substance user with 26 years sober proscribed narcotic pain medication; other-California Penal Code section 132, 134 violation; etc.

audio cassette not contraband and is the official record of all events occurring in hearing

Dan Moseley
Dan Moseley answered on Dec 2, 2021

I often represent inmates at California State parole suitability hearings, but I do not understand what you are asking. Perhaps you can make your inquiry clearer over the phone. You're welcome to give me a call at no charge. Many other attorneys on this website also offer initial... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Civil Rights for Texas on
Q: How can I find out if my car has been forfeited in a forfeiture hearing when seized w/o paperwork or notices etc?

My car was seized while I wasn't even there and there was no paperwork no notice of seizure no warrant left posted or anything else that would let me know where my car was. I was told that someone who I had given a ride to had left stolen items in my car I offered to unlock it and return the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Kentucky on
Q: I was sodomized and stabbed in prison in 2016. I am now free. Can I sue the DOC? Kentucky prison

Happened during “count” so staff could have noticed the blood on me

Suspect was convicted

State police and DOC officials called me a liar until the guy confessed.

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Gov & Administrative Law, Securities Law and Social Security for Georgia on
Q: Can a pulic records website reveal a persons soical security number and other id information related to court documents.

I know court records are public record but can they post ss numbers, mothers names

And cases that invole minors or at least minors names?

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Medical Malpractice for Colorado on
Q: I was in Mesa County detention facility in Grand Junction,CO. Are you allowed to have your prescription drugs?

I was arrested for something I didn't do, I am sure you heard this before but it is the truth. While being detained I was not allowed to have my prescription for social anxiety, depression and, PTSD. They said that drug is not allowed "Xanax" and gave me something different that... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts, Public Benefits and Contracts on
Q: la empresa donde trabajo cambio de rason social no dio liqudacion firmamosun contrato nuevo solo dejaron al antiguedad

la empresa de donde yo trabajo cambio de dueño asi mismo el nombre. lo cual nos hicieron firmar un contrato con los nuevos terminos todo continuaria igual tambien que respetarian la antiguedad desde el dia que ingresamos pero no nos liquidaron con ninguna bonificacion en dinero, hoy realizaron... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Military Law for Texas on
Q: Can I sue my former university for charging me out of state tuition due to the military moving me in highschool?

I applied to a texas colllege and when applying I informed the school that I considered myself a texas resident because I spent my freshmen, sophmore, and half of my senior year at a texas highschool and graduated from said school. I only spent my junior year and half of my senior year in new... Read more »

Teri A. Walter
Teri A. Walter answered on Nov 30, 2021

There are rules that govern when in-state and out of state tuition should be charged. (When I was in school, after being employed in Texas for a year, I qualified for in-state tuition - so I paid out of state tuition for only the first year, and then switched to in-state tuition.) Here's a... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Virginia on
Q: Disqualified for a federal job, due to the Hiring Officer oversight. Due I have any recourse?

I applied for a federal job with CIO and the Hiring Officer disqualified me for a SF50 that she thought I did not submit, but listed is the document. I sent an email requesting to be considered for the position. I didn't receive an email response, but a "unknown caller number",... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Traffic Tickets for New York on
Q: NYS Trooper stopped me,told him license was susp.were in a safe place he had me move car to store can he still ticket

I was stopped today due to a car riding to close so I sped up to get him away from me cop clocked me at 86 in a 65. When he turned on lights I took exit ramp an pulled over when safe as I had my child in car. I told him immediately my license is suspended. He still proceeded to have me drive my... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Gov & Administrative Law on
Q: Hi there I reported My girlfriends ex husband for driving without a license can he find out it was me ? I

He's unstable and he's already harrowing my girlfriend saying it must of been her . I was just hoping he wouldn't find out it qas me do to a further violent altercation between us

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Louisiana on
Q: Will my ex be at the hearing?

I have been subpoenaed for court on a Monday for a domestic violence dispute and the witness/victim. I found out that my abuser has court on the following Friday for a bench trial, does that mean he won’t be at court on the same day as me?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Employment Discrimination and Gov & Administrative Law for Virginia on
Q: I answered a USAJOBS announcement and was disqualified for a document that was overlooked on their part.

I was not considered because I did not submit my SF50, but I was submitted, according to the their Application Package Status. I sent and email to the HWS HQ Services contact person showing proof and to be reconsider and asked for an interview; but no one responded. I get the feeling, they will... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for New Mexico on
Q: When does a person walking on a U.S. Highway in New Mexico have to present valid identification?

Secondly, is it a form of harassment or in the least interference of law enforcement, for a bystander for video and question the suspect during and after the incident? Please give legal citations and laws.

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Louisiana on
Q: Can federal HUD garnish my SSDI check twice for the same debt twice

Federal HUD have been garnishing my SSDI check for years now they saying that they want to garnish for more

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