They are changing my 11 year old son with littering for a cup of damn ICE!! That he went back and picked up they wanted us to agree to a diversion program and a bunch of requirements and u have to pay for it they told me if we dont accept it he can never use another diversion program for the rest... View More
My attorney won’t answer the phone and the FFN worker called me just now and said my son is at the office now and said he’s found a placement out of the area and wants to reschedule the court ordered visit last minute to 4:30 today. She said if I’m not there by 4:30 I won’t get my... View More
If a court order stipulates that a juvenile felon is to be sentenced to DOC at the age 18 (they are to reside in juvenile prison system until then), is the prison facility obligated to send them to adult at that age? or is this a blurry area?
No, it is not legal for your mother to be forced to sit in the boys' bathroom at the high school where she works as a monitor. This is a violation of her right to privacy and could also be considered sexual harassment.
In this case, your mother is being subjected to unwanted sexual...View More
Unfortunately this is not the best forum to get step by step instructions on how to handle your own legal representation. If you want to file a couple of motions I would google those motions and see if you can find assistance. And you file a motion on your own behalf for relief you personally are...View More
I have a sealed Juvenile record with two serious misdemeanor convictions. It's been 34 years and I received my first jury duty summons. It asks if I've ever been "Charged with a" crime. I don't know how to answer. Yes, means sealing my record was pointless. No, could... View More
Someone can assist a minor with completing a Petition for Emancipation, but the minor must be the one signing the Petition in the presence of a Notary. If a minor is not capable of completing a Petition for Emancipation, I would have serious concerns about their capacity to be found entitled to...View More
KCS does random weapons checks of students and their personal property, not just lockers and MacBooks which I understand is not student property, at the public schools. The school system has procedure outlined to conduct these, but how is it not violating the students' 4th amendment rights?... View More
The legality of random weapons checks in schools, including searches of pockets and backpacks, is a complex issue that balances student safety with Fourth Amendment rights. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that public school students have reduced expectations of privacy while at school, which...View More
we appeared via zoom to the adjudicatory hearing. prior to my testimony & didnt consent on the record, we lost connection to the hearing. upon reconnection, the hearing was over and didnt know the outcome. i contacted my attorney and the case worker numerous times requesting the court order and... View More
You have an attorney. You should be discussing any issues you have with any orders and the outcome of your case with your attorney. Another attorney can't even represent you while you have a current attorney on record. Sit down with your attorney and discuss what happened in your case.
Our daughter started middle school and she is blind and autistic. Fun loving and loves school she has been harassed and bullied from day one being called "blind b****" "you deserve the death penalty" and others for 3 months and now today a physical threat of "im going to... View More
I'm really sorry to hear about your daughter's difficult situation at school. It's crucial to address this issue promptly. First, document any incidents of bullying or harassment thoroughly, including dates, times, locations, and individuals involved. Keep copies of all...View More
This girl lost her AirPods in the diving instructor’s car then when my daughter went to drive the instructor asked if she me so and so if she can return the AirPods my kid said idk her he then said return them to the office So she brought them home and next day she went to school with them and... View More
In this situation, it's important to know that your child does not appear to have a legal obligation to pay for the lost AirPods. The fact that she initially tried to return them to the office demonstrates that she didn't intend to steal them. Additionally, the school's police...View More
So a sub wrote a report about me at school saying i took a picture of her, the school told me if i am lying and they search my phone and find it they will press charges, for starters i know they cant search unless proven that they have a warrant due to my 4 amendment, and this sub made me feel... View More
In California, if law enforcement obtains a search warrant for a specific item, such as a picture on your phone, and they find something else illegal during that search, it could lead to further legal consequences. The scope of a search warrant is generally limited to what is specified in the...View More
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