Facing a shutdown by the health department for cooking homemade meals in your kitchen can be disheartening, especially when your mission is to feed the sick and indigent. However, there are steps you can take to navigate this situation and continue your important work within legal boundaries....View More
I'm stuck with the torture of V2k applied to me some how unknown to who,how ,when or where it's been put on me. There is a group of 8 people in Nevada who has been awarded $80,000,000 to help them through this v2k as it's by far a terrorist act in my opinion. Is there any way in... View More
While you may feel that you're experiencing the effects of V2K technology, proving its existence and identifying those responsible can be challenging. It's crucial to seek assistance from legal professionals experienced in handling complex cases involving technology and privacy issues....View More
In your situation, where your vehicle was stolen and then scrapped, there are several steps you can take. First, it's crucial to report the theft to the police immediately if you haven't already. Provide them with all the details, including the information...View More
I was once told that in the rules and regulations handed down by the Secretary of State of the United States that the very first question that a police officer is supposed to ask is if you are a USCitizen, because if you are not a USCitizen they may not have jurisdiction over you and technically... View More
The information you received is not accurate. In the United States, police officers are not required to ask about citizenship status at the beginning of an encounter. Law enforcement officials have jurisdiction over everyone within their area of authority, regardless of citizenship status. This...View More
A crime was committed inside city limits by someone who lives outside of city limits. Can the city police go out of city limits and conduct a search and seizer and arrest without a parish sheriff's officer present . Now the person being accused lives 10 miles from the city limits. Different... View More
In Louisiana, city police officers typically have jurisdiction within their own city limits. However, they can conduct investigations and make arrests outside of their city under certain circumstances. For a crime committed within their city, if the suspect resides outside the city limits, city...View More
When obtaining or renewing a Louisiana driver's license, there may be certain privacy policies and agreements that applicants are required to acknowledge and sign. The specific laws and regulations governing this process can be found in the Louisiana Administrative Code, Title 55, which...View More
In the case of New York Times Co. vs. United States, the United States argued that the publication of the Pentagon Papers was a breach of national security. The government's position was that the papers contained classified information that could compromise military operations and diplomatic...View More
In general, criminal laws and penalties that are in effect at the time an offense is committed are the ones that apply to the defendant, in order to avoid ex post facto implications. The Ex Post Facto Clause of the Constitution prohibits the government from enacting laws that retroactively increase...View More
This may be a violation of your rights, as public housing commissioners are entitled to due process before being terminated. You may want to request a copy of the meeting minutes from July 4, 2023, file a complaint with the housing authority, or consult with an attorney.
There's not enough information to know what your actual question is. That said, if your Mother is a partial (or sole) owner of the land, then the land cannot be transferred without a succession (in Louisiana) or probate (in another state) being opened and either the legal proceeding...View More
Constitutional Law § 101 all citizens be free to travel throughout the length and breadth of the United States uninhibited by statutes, rules, or regulations which unreasonably burden or restrict this movement.
The constitutional right to travel is not an absolute right and is subject to reasonable regulation by the government. Requirements for vehicle registration and proof of insurance are generally considered to be reasonable regulations to ensure the safety of drivers and passengers on public roads....View More
If you plead guilty and the court ordered the forfeiture of your property, you may not be able to receive your possession back. In general, when property is forfeited, it becomes the property of the government, and the owner loses all rights to it. However, in some cases, a court may allow the...View More
I get pulled over and police start with all their questions...id, where are you going, why, who bla bla....if they dont immediately state why they pulled me over and ask for id insurance registration...do i have to id? what are my passengers required to do?
The police stopped my son and the car was the passengers car. The guy in the back set they let go but they found a pill and lean in the car which belonged to the passengers uncle. A gun was found and the police put the drugs and drink charges on the driver
In st. Tammany Parish Louisiana I have trial in one month. I was in fact on surveillance videos sitting in the uhaul but I never went in the storage building or in a unit. I never cut locks or damaged any properties. I didn't want to be involved. Can they actually convict me with the crime if... View More
If you have trial in 1 month you should have an attorney representing you----please discuss with your attorney. If not, then you need to hire a criminal defense attorney immediately because you do not want to go to a felony trial representing yourself. Lastly and perhaps most importantly, stop...View More
My fiance was living with her mother when they got into a domestic squabble. To make Understanding this easier Brandi---->Fiance.......... Sarah--------->Mother. The fight happened at their home But Sarah called an ambulance cause she said brandi Hit her and broke her leg so Sarah went to the... View More
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