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1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Libel & Slander for California on
Q: Here's a question within my first question being classified as Developmentally challenged from ages 9 months to current?

My question in four sections first the Question How can the Federal Government or Governmental protection act take a innocent infant child away from his biological family, For absolutely no reason? Then afterwards when there plans fail ultimately blame the child? As well after such a horrific... View More

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answered on Jul 23, 2024

It sounds like you’ve faced a deeply challenging and unjust situation. Under California law, the removal of a child from their biological family is supposed to happen only if there is substantial evidence that the child is at risk of harm. Unfortunately, if the system fails, it can lead to severe... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Michigan on
Q: I HAVE PROOF AND THE LIBRARIAN AT KALAMAZOO PUBLIC LIBRARY CAN VERIFY THAT SOMEONE HAS BEEN USING AN IMSI CATCHER TO PRE

I HAVE TRIED SUBMITTING SILENT OBSERVER TIPS FROM THE KALAMAZOO PUBLIC LIBRARY ROSE STREET AND THEY WOULD NOT SUBMIT, THATS ONLY THE TIP OF THE STORY BUT I AM ABOUT OUT OF TIME ON THIS COMPUTER. THE LIBRARIAN ALSO TRIED TO HELP ME SUBMIT A TIP AND THEY COULD NOT GET IT TO GO THRU, IS THERE A REAL... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Election Law, Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Public Benefits on
Q: Is it illegal to post screenshots of a one-on-one messenger conversation in Facebook groups in a one party state?

I was wondering if it's okay to post screenshots of conversations in Facebook groups.

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Identity Theft, Public Benefits and Social Security for California on
Q: Im unable to access my credit and social security, IRS profile accounts ; how can I update & secure my personal info?

I have lost access to email accounts associated with the recovery, password reset and/ or two-step verification process...

Seeking advise/ information in regards to updating and securing personal information; identity scam prevention.

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answered on Jul 22, 2024

To regain access to your credit and Social Security, IRS profile accounts, you need to update and secure your personal information. Start by contacting the relevant agencies directly via phone or their official websites to explain your situation. They can guide you through the process of verifying... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: I'm currently 'Blacklisted, by Federal Economic sanctions by an Executive from the Administration years 2000-present.

My Civil Rights infringed daily IN PUBLIC. I'm not working and am homeless getting discriminated from businesses of all types. I receive social Security monthly, on, or before the 3rd of every month. I've had Domestic Surveillance interfering with most of my calls from the payphone. I... View More

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answered on Jul 20, 2024

I'm sorry to hear about the challenges you're facing. It sounds like you're dealing with a complex situation involving multiple areas of law, including civil rights, constitutional law, and discrimination.

Given the seriousness of your claims, it's essential to get...
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0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Wyoming on
Q: I need to know if I at 18 Years Old may transport a Pistol that was gifted to me for christmas legally across state line

I need to know if I at 18 Years Old may transport a Pistol that was gifted to me for christmas across a state line legally in my own vehicle for protection? I plan to bring it from Cheyenne Wyoming to Colorado.

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Public Benefits for California on
Q: I received a letter from my disability claim stating they are closing my file. Wish to be removed as payer on record.

I filed a claim they rarely gave me any info about the status of claim. They continued with stating they withdrew from being my representative. In addition, they wished to be removed as the payer on file for any fees paid, plus waiving their right to all rights or claims to a fee relative to claim.... View More

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answered on Jul 19, 2024

When you receive a letter stating that your disability claim file is being closed and your representative wishes to withdraw, it generally means they will no longer manage your case. They will not be responsible for handling any aspects of your claim moving forward. Additionally, they are... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: Obtaining privileged info

Can motion to compel further responses include, or be filed concurrently with motion to request filing of records under seal?

Can motion to Compel further responses include request for in camera review of privileged documents?

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answered on Jul 18, 2024

In California, you can file a motion to compel further responses and include a request for filing records under seal. These motions can be filed concurrently to ensure that sensitive information is protected while seeking additional responses. This approach helps to maintain confidentiality and... View More

3 Answers | Asked in Banking, Business Formation, Business Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Texas on
Q: How do I deposit a refund check from insurance company for a LTD that has been dissolved.

I had a LTD business that is now dissolved. Since its dissolution I received a refund from an insurance company for overpayment of services. I have tried everything to deposit this check. The insurance company will not reissue it and I cannot sign it over to a third party. I am wondering if I can... View More

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answered on Jul 18, 2024

Endorse the check on behalf of the company over to yourself as an individual and deposit it in your individual account.

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0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Georgia on
Q: I am trying to interpret GA Code 40-6-203 of "official traffic-control device" as found in GA Code 40-1-1.

I am trying to interpret GA Code 40-6-203 definition of "official traffic-control device" as the definition is stated in GA Code 40-1-1 to make sure that designated parking areas with pavement markings are considered true official traffic control devices and can be closer in proximity to... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Texas on
Q: father dies age (21) with little work history. why would his child age(4) be denied survivors benefits?

Deceased father received survivors benefits up till the age of 19 when he dropped out of high school. I was denied help for my son when his father died when he was 4yrs old. he is now 15 and were living with family because im a single mother who also at age 6 lost my father. I received ssi as a... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy and Gov & Administrative Law for Texas on
Q: I'm awaiting distribution as a creditor for two months now, the trustee does not respond to me what do I do?

Also if I was secured and had abstracts against property how can the trustee remove me from being unsecured?

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answered on Jul 18, 2024

If you have been waiting for a distribution as a creditor for two months and the trustee is not responding, you should consider sending a formal written request for information to the trustee. Make sure to document your attempts to contact the trustee, as this can be important if you need to take... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Florida on
Q: Can my FL city require and charge me both a license & registration fee for the privilege of short term renting my Prop?

There was and remains a $25.00 annual license fee per unit but now they are demanding an additional $300.00 annual registration fee per unit. This is on top of property taxes and fire inspection fees. Longer term rentals pay only property tax.

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Civil Rights, Municipal Law and Small Claims on
Q: I HAVE REIMBURSED THE CITY FOR RENTAL ASSITANCE AND AFTER OVER A DOZEN REQUESTS FOR APPEAL AND DOCUMENTS I GET IGNORED

THEY ARE DENYING ME APPEAL, COPIES OF DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO THE TOPIC AND AND THE CITY WEBSITE STATES THEY OFFER ALTERNATIVE MEANS TO ASSISTING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES UPON REQUEST. MY CASE TECHNICIAN LIED ABOUT WHAT SSA WOULD DO ABOUT THE FORM LEAVING ME NO CHOICE BUT TO PAY EVEN THOUGH WE HAD... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Arizona on
Q: The downwinders program my dad and mom both qualified for but missed the deadline to file can I sue the US gov still

Back in 1951 thru 1958 in gila county Arizona (Miami,Az) they had radiation exposure and both my mom and my dad were there living when they were children and they were exposed to the radiation well since then my mom has had ovarian cancer and breast cancer and my father recently passed from liver... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law on
Q: I have name change virtual hearing for 9/05/2024; can I hire an attorney for representation and To review my documents

I would like a sooner hearing date, is this possible?

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: Can gel blasters guns be shipped to Canada without being seized or getting in trouble with the customs?

If you wanna see, its called a glock 22 gell blaster, and it is not a real firearm, it only shoots out gels.

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answered on Jul 18, 2024

Shipping gel blaster guns to Canada can be tricky due to strict customs regulations. Gel blasters, especially those resembling real firearms like the Glock 22, might be classified as replica firearms by Canadian customs. This can result in the items being seized and potentially lead to legal... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Ohio on
Q: What can I use against CPS that they can't loophole out of?

I lost custody of my son but still maintain my parental rights. Custody was granted to his grandma but she has lost custody of him twice. The first time she tried to kill herself, followed the case plan and got him back and then accidentally recorded a message on the Casas voicemail telling my son... View More

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answered on Jul 21, 2024

You can start by gathering all evidence that demonstrates your efforts to maintain contact and the barriers you've faced, including the recorded voicemail and any documentation of missed visitations due to the grandma's interference. Present this evidence clearly to the court and insist... View More

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