Went threw a separation i left due to abuse in all natures by him and his family. The County i live in is know for its bias verdicts in all court finsings...The judge was so bias and favorable to my ex due to my family knows urs that i got yaken out the pasture so to say. Im an outsider to them.
In your situation, where you believe a judgment was influenced by ethical misconduct or bias, you might consider filing a motion for a new trial or a motion to set aside the judgment. These motions are typically used to challenge a judgment that may have been affected by unfair practices or errors....View More
If you lost your driver's license in Illinois and have since moved to another state, the process for getting it back can be complex, especially if you've been denied reinstatement multiple times. First, it's crucial to understand the specific reasons for your denial in Illinois, as...View More
Under the Fourth Amendment, searches and seizures must be reasonable and, typically, a warrant is required. However, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that the use of a drug-sniffing dog during a lawful traffic stop does not constitute a search under the Fourth Amendment.
In Missouri, when a judgment specifies a period like 10 days to take action, it typically includes weekends and holidays, unless the court order or applicable law specifically states otherwise. This means that in your case, the 10-day period from the 3rd would include weekends and Veterans Day....View More
In Missouri, as in all of the United States, due process refers to the legal principle that the government must respect all of a person's legal rights, rather than just some or most of those legal rights. While the creation of laws is part of the broader legislative process, due process...View More
In Missouri, if two people are involved in a matter that could involve a lawsuit and both have claims arising from the same set of facts, they often can be listed as co-plaintiffs on the same lawsuit. This is typically done to streamline the legal process and to address all related claims in a...View More
it isn't as No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States according to the 14th Amendment & that the controlled substance act gets its constitutional power from the commerce clause which states congress is to have... View More
The Controlled Substances Act (CSA) is indeed a federal law, and its enforcement is not solely restricted to public commerce. The U.S. Supreme Court has interpreted the Commerce Clause to allow Congress to regulate activities that have a substantial effect on interstate commerce. In cases such as...View More
This is a great question. For many areas of law it is best to hire an attorney in the state where you have your dispute or other legal issue. Many areas of law like family law and contracts can vary from state to state. If you are getting divorced, you want a divorce attorney who knows the laws...View More
If they code enforcement condemns a home for ext violations, knowing there are tenants staying there can they be held liable for anything in the court of law. No notice to vacate, no notice on the premises at anytime saying the place is condemned. Is that not apart of due process? Letters sent to... View More
In Missouri, tenants have the right to receive notice before being displaced from a condemned property. If code enforcement condemned a home without providing notice to tenants, there could potentially be a violation of due process rights.
Tenants who are suddenly displaced without proper...View More
He was previously incarcerated in missouri DOC facility and its stated in his DOC records that he was prescibed medication for mental illness while in DOCs care,as well as being seen by health professionals while in their care. His medications are noted in the system, and he has mentioned needing... View More
If your friend is being denied prescribed medication for a mental illness while in jail, this may constitute a violation of his Eighth Amendment rights, which protect against cruel and unusual punishment. This could also raise concerns under the Americans with Disabilities Act if he is not being...View More
In the State of Missouri, the Missouri Supreme Court-Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel--is the only agency within the state, that has the power to investigate, ad/or determine, if someone, attorney or otherwise, is engaged in the lawful or unlawful practice of law. Can a United States Probation... View More
Ordinarily, when a person is on probation, one of the terms of probation is not to commit another crime. For purposes of revoking probation, a probation officer can investigate to determine whether there is probable cause to believe the individual has committed another crime, whether it be a...View More
Question about MO court rule 75.01 and 74.05. Had a case and there was a default judgement. The respondent didn't respond at all. Within 30 days after judgment, they respond. I claimed it was a default judgement and controlled by 74.05. Judge says 75.01 applies since within 30 days and not... View More
In Missouri, Rule 74.05 pertains to setting aside a default judgment, which can be invoked when a party has failed to appear or respond to a lawsuit. However, if a party responds within 30 days of the judgment, as stated in Rule 75.01, the court may have discretion to consider it as a motion for a...View More
I don't think they read his miranda rights. Hes been in there for 7 days & I am jst gttng to tlk to him. thy said his public defndr can't get him out until at least 11 more days, but that is a maybe and his court date is set for an entire month from now and we can not afford a lawyer.... View More
Laws are often drafted by legislative aids, non-profit organizations, or think-tanks that try to avoid writing laws that violate other laws. Sometimes, they push the envelope and laws are drafted and adopted that are later declared to be either unconstitutional, or violative of other laws, or in...View More
In legal proceedings in Missouri, the admissibility of witness testimony and the validity of a warrant are subject to specific legal criteria and considerations. Whether a witness's testimony is admissible typically depends on factors such as relevance, hearsay rules, and compliance with...View More
how can they arrest me for possession of a drug when i am supposedly a free united states citizen & to arrest me of such charges is treason we have 2 declarations of war 1st one is by jfk which he told us that we was at a war & the enemy was close at hand practically our next door neighbor... View More
I can understand why you might feel that your rights are being violated, and it's important to critically evaluate how laws and their enforcement impact individual freedoms. In the US, laws around drug possession are enforced based on a variety of federal and state statutes which have been...View More
with. Under my case file, it says it's for stealing, but I pled not guilty, and then missed my trial arraignment. I should only have a warrant for missing my court date since I was never officially sentenced, right? Should I turn myself in?
I got the ticket in Missouri but while in his vehicle when he gave me the ticket on camera he never asked me to sign it on any of the signature spots is the ticket valid he didn't sign the printed out ticket anywhere either
Yes, the ticket is valid. It makes no difference if the police officer didn't sign the ticket or if you didn't sign the ticket. After the police officer issues a ticket to a driver, the prosecutor has to approve the ticket, and then it goes to the court clerk to be filed on Casenet....View More
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