I was placed on life support and this officer beat me within an1/2 of my life.I’m getting a little better but I am just now able to file a complaint and tell my story.in my opinion this officer is not in control of his actions he waited on me at Walmart in hazard ky and his wife started this and... View More
Can evidence if any be used againt a person if Miranda Rights were not read before seizure of personal property? Law enforcement is trying to use my personal property for someone to obtain evidence in someone else’s legal matters, is this legal and orderly steps to seize property?
In general, law enforcement typically needs a warrant to seize personal property, unless certain exceptions apply, such as exigent circumstances or consent. Obtaining a search warrant after the fact, especially weeks later, could raise legal questions about the validity of the search and seizure....View More
I lived in an apartment building where the sprinklers randomly went off. My neighbor below me sued for fire damages. (even though there was no fire). I cleaned up the water in my apartment and dried everything off while he left his apartment to soak for almost a week leaving the landlord to dry his... View More
In a situation where your 87-year-old dad took out a $200,000 loan based on his son's promise to build a home, legal recourse may be possible depending on the specifics of the case. It's crucial to consult with an attorney who specializes in contract and elder law to assess the situation...View More
A person is claiming that my business owes them money after equipment was purchased. There was no written agreement and they deposited the check, but are now trying to change the verbal agreement. They have since sent a certified complaint to the local civil court. The certified complaint does... View More
Charged with Felony theft in 2015 case was bound over to grand jury in district court (Kentucky). To this day, case has not been presented to grand jury for indictment. Charge appears on background check and im certain it has kept me from being hired at more than one job that I applied for and was... View More
Your concern about the delay in your case is understandable. The right to a speedy trial is a constitutional right, but the interpretation of what constitutes a "speedy" trial can vary based on the circumstances of the case.
In Kentucky, if your case has been bound over to the...View More
I ran out of gas and I left my flashers on and walked to get gas. An hour and a half later when I returned my vehicle was gone. my title was in the car because I just bought it. A person I know was at the towing company for a different reason and the guy told her all of my business and information.... View More
In Kentucky, a towing company does not have the right to keep the title of your car, regardless of the reason for towing. The title is a legal document proving ownership and should remain with the owner. If your car was towed, the towing company can charge fees for towing and storage, but holding...View More
I have belongings at my girlfriends house and she wont give the rest of my stuff back. If I ask her to let me get my stuff she'll say I'm harassing her, and thats nowhere near the case. We broke up last weekand she brought much of my stuff outside.
I left an absentee bid with a auction company. I texted him, (owner of the company) my max bid (5600.00), a picture of the item, and a picture of my driver license. He said he would take care of getting me registered and bid on my behalf. After a couple of days of not hearing from him. I called... View More
In state circuit court a clerk refused to file my complaint with IFP in violation of statute and case law. That resulted in my case being dismissed. If I file a fed complaint, will I have to ask for monetary compensation for damages? Or can I ask for just a ruling on whether the clerk violated my... View More
Kentucky? This is where i have lived for the past 4 months and have claimed permanent residence here. Just need some advice on my next steps. My name and new address is on the papers he served to ex-wife.
n Kentucky, if you've established permanent residence there for the past four months and your new address is included on the papers served to your ex-wife, it's possible that the service of legal documents might be considered valid. This could be due to substitute service, where documents...View More
This woman gets angry and harasses me and my children via third-party and recently downloaded my 16 yr old daughter's Facebook profile photo and sent to my boyfriend using vulgar profanity. Can I pursue legal action for sexualizing my minor child? She said she looked like a d*** s*****g, about... View More
I have filled a police report with three witness statements shown video and they still let him out after a day! He’s a known meth head who says he has “health conditions” mine and my neighbors safety is at risk yet somehow after a day or two in jail he gets out. He also constantly beats on... View More
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