Everything I experienced against me were literally federal crimes I’ve tried year after year to get help no one helps.. it’s all about money power and if you have niether than these corporations and legal system law enforcement court system get away with being corrupt including a fbi Agent
Yes, there are lawyers who take cases against corporations, even in instances involving complex matters like federal crimes, identity theft, and issues with the legal system. These cases can be challenging, but there are attorneys who focus on civil rights, corporate accountability, and similar...View More
As you know, the sporting goods store didn't file charges or put you on probation. A case for malicious prosecution or alike isn't easy to win. Finding an attorney could be difficult. Being placed on probation may not add up to much in damages ($.)
I would like to purchase Home Buyer & Home Seller leads, and sell them for a profit to Real Estate Agents? I would like to ONLY charge the RE Agents for leads which close. Even though I would be providing them numerous leads, only a fraction will close, thus I would like to charge the RE Agent... View More
We would need more information to be able to answer that. For example, the question is listed under "federal crimes." Federal crimes are more likely to result in lengthy prison terms that Minnesota state court crimes. When I get a criminal charge dismissed, or an acquittal, my client...View More
No, a person with a 609.72.1 conviction for disorderly conduct alone will not cause you to forfeit your Second Amendment rights to own a firearm. If you don't have any other convictions (especially felony convictions) you should still be eligible to have a firearm.
If you threaten some on with a weapon capable of causing harm, that could expose you to the possibility of facing a criminal charge. Since a magazine is not a weapon or capable of causing harm, it's difficult to imagine a scenario where a person holding a magazine could be the basis for an...View More
The area around my house is within the "1000 Feet" outline in Federal law. Other than being in a vehicle, what exceptions can be made for me exiting my property with a firearm without breaking this law?
The Federal law that you speak of (18 U.S.C. §§922(q); 921(a)(25)) does indeed prohibit possession of a firearm that is within 1,000 feet of a public or public school, but it does NOT apply to possession of a firearm on private property that is NOT part of...View More
So when I was younger I was diagnosed with low levels of autism and fasd but was before they knew I had adhd and they says that's the real reason I was like that according to state law In Minnesota and federal law you can't own a gun if you've been adjudicated as a mental defect by a... View More
You should speak directly with an attorney about these issues. On first reading, it doesn't sound as if you would have any legal prohibition on owning or possessing a firearm, but you don't want to put yourself in a bad situation. A legal forum is no substitute for speaking directly...View More
I was driving freinds car he was with got pulled over charged me with dui and 3rd deg. Pos. In prohibited zone..i gave blood sample and was clea...pos was for a syringe the found in shifting compartment under case around shifter
The results of the blood test are completely irrelevant as to whether they can charge you with possession of the syringe. They are unrelated to each other. You should get an attorney to represent you on the possession charge. It is at least a gross misdemeanor, maybe even a felony. Do not...View More
Back in 02 I came up positive on a drug test.. I was brought in to Cid headquarters and they said that I was gonna have a felony on my record... then they kicked me out... but I think it was a cover for something they thought I did but couldn't prove
My felony drops to a misdemenor when probation is completed. My probation will be complete in the next 3 months and want to know if i can purchase and own firearms or not, or if I can have my rights restored
On going as we speak and every moment I am trying to seek legal representation and consultation im a continued victim of a criminal enterprise. I need a downtown lawyer to discuss legal strategy. The alleged perpetrators actions was not only criminal in its intent but deadly in its execution. I... View More
If I am convicted in CA state court, then after I've been sentenced to 4 yrs in prison, but before I've began to serve this sentence the judge lets me out on bond pending appeal. While out on bond pending appeal I'm arrested for a federal offense, convicted and sentenced for said... View More
This is a question best asked and answered in a California criminal law forum. But concurrent vs. consecutive is usually determined by the second court that sentences you. The bigger issue that you will run into is how California determines credit. For example, if this happened in Minnesota with...View More
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