Shortly after reporting a possible Breaking & Entering I witnessed to a local business on my way to work, the local Police came to my job, insinuated I was guilty of a crime and admitted to confirming my identity to the suspected individuals found at the scene. I was not aware I knew them... Read more »
answered on Mar 3, 2023
In general, police officers are required to protect the confidentiality of individuals who report crimes. This is commonly known as "confidentiality of sources" or "informant privilege," and it is designed to encourage people to come forward with information about criminal... Read more »
I had an incident happen at school and i was to know if Due process was followed?
answered on Jan 30, 2017
You would need to provide more information on what happened. Due process and its requirement can play out in a number of ways depending on what happened and who was involved.
Newly domiciled in Missoula Co. MT. Since 2007 have my D.V. cases that has snowballed into my civil rights cases in 2 different states who do not have good faith or comity=jurisdiction left. Want to bump it up to US Supreme Crt for reform. Only Feds have jurisdiction over all 3 states? Need list... Read more »
answered on Oct 7, 2015
Look in the phone book or online for the right attorney.
Can you give me a historical description of the Loving et ux vs. Virginia case?
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