The public defender keeps saying that the case is going to be dropped against me but instead I keep getting more court dates. I have complied with the cabinet. I have a prescription for CBD full spectrum from my doctor. I have PTSD and qualify for medical cannabis in Kentucky now but I'm too... Read more »
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answered on Mar 22, 2023
No. Not during the diversion period. (Possession of a firearm during diversion can result in him
Being charged as a felon in possession).
My social worker has been apart of 3 of my kids dad's family all 3 of his sisters had the same worker I do.
answered on Mar 20, 2023
Have your lawyer file a motion to remove the social worker for a conflict of interest.
Plasma infusion for immune deficiency
answered on Mar 19, 2023
No. Just a statement that are in excess of the jurisdictional threshold.
We had split up and he didn't go to rehab like she had asked so we broke up and me and my children moved
answered on Mar 19, 2023
Yes. An officer needs probable cause to institute a traffic stop.
Them after I get their due to being afraid they are just gonna lock me up instead of agreeing with going to rehab and allowing me.
answered on Feb 14, 2023
You need to work with your officer. If you go off the grid they can arrest you. Probation and parole is in charge with supervising you and you have to abide by their rules and their timetable.
On Jan 16 23 an informant sent Butler Co sherriffs dept here for a search warrant and arrest warrant for 2 others not me, I was arrested and taken back to butler co jail. Is that legal
answered on Feb 4, 2023
Most likely, yes, but one would need to see the actual documents tonbe sure.
The police knocked but the elderly resident (65 yr old woman with 0 priors) is in bathroom and takes longer than they like to answer. Hotel staff key door and allow cops in. First question is this legal? They then found (allegedly in plain view) drugs.
Question 2: resident was visiting for... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2023
A person does not have a normal expectation of privacy in a hotel room like they would in their own home so the entry in scenario one sounds legitimate. I would contact the police about the missing property. They have more power and resources to investigate and if they end up charging an employee... Read more »
My child is on home hospital due to him being sick a lot. I found out that the school called my sons doctor questioning the home health reason and asked when his appointment was and the doctor openly told them that we decided that it may be beneficial for my son to see a therapist the doctor openly... Read more »
the supervisor claimed he received a notice (he cannot produce said claimed notice), from the city telling him the car had to be towed from the hotel parking lot bec. it had a lot of stuff in the car.
in the meantime, said employee is lying in the hospital from a severe stroke, (August,... Read more »
answered on Jan 4, 2023
Theoretically, yes, but you could easily spend more money than it might be worth, depending of the $ of damages involved.
I am a recovering addict and I was accused of dropping drugs in the public bathroom that I and every other addict used that day in the clinic. Mind you I screen as part of treatment in front of someone and you would think something would been said if it was there then? Now I know for fact they... Read more »
answered on Jan 2, 2023
You would likely spend more money out of pocket than you would recover pursuing this bc there are very limited damages.
I have had my trial continued 2 times and it's been drawn out for 2 years. I feel like my right to a speedy trial is being ignored.
answered on Jan 1, 2023
The right to speedy trial is within 180 days if you’re being held on another case. If you only have one case and you agree to continuances then you’re right to speedy trial is not invoked. You need to talk to your attorney. On circuit court trials they typically take 1 to 3 years. Covid has not... Read more »
Youngest son been going back and forth court for 2 years on misdemeanor. Trail date was set for 8th this month. Strange same time his older brother was released charged jumped to a felony. My son and the victim still maintain that what he is being accused of did not happen the way they saying.... Read more »
answered on Dec 2, 2022
It’s a little hard to follow your fact pattern but it sounds like you’re saying he was charged with a misdemeanor for two years and then a few days before a trial they moved it up to a felony? That is very rare and sounds strange. It’s possible for them to indict felony charges at any time as... Read more »
answered on Nov 3, 2022
One of the prisoners can file a lawsuit over the overcrowding.
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