Live in an apartment. Lease says no illegal drugs. But manager ignored complaints only thing that stopped it being constant is fear of cops knocking on their door and now with the law changing am I to live in misery? Moving is not an option. Disabled and on fixed income. Also have asthma and get... View More
A landlord has the ability to evict a tenant in Ohio if they have actual knowledge that they are consuming illegal substances. Their refusal to do so could be considered a defect in the property, which could give you the ability to escrow your rent with the court until the defect is corrected.
Under current state regulations they can. While the technical effective date of the voter initiated statute, is December 7, 2023, Ohio's General Assembly and the Department of Commerce and the Department of Development have yet to flesh out the new regulatory structure for the actual sale...View More
It is illegal to smoke marijuana in Ohio. This is true even if you have a medical card. Your employment is also not protected from the use of marijuana even if you have a medical card. Marijuana in your system will likely be determined to be a contributing factor in any accident.
The medical marijuana laws are quite specific and there are forms of marijuana, items of paraphernalia, and methods of consumption that remain illegal even for those with a card. You should hire an attorney to look into the specifics of your son's case.
Your question does not contain enough information to provide you an answer. It appears you have a question about timing requirements when you miss an interview with USCIS. You should contact a local immigration attorney ASAP, if you missed an interview.
I don’t know what it means to “be on colors” in Kentucky, and I am not an attorney in Ohio, however cannabis possession in Ohio is unlawful whether in public or your home—possession of under 100 grams remains a misdemeanor. See, generally, https://norml.org/laws/ohio-penalties-2/
I'm a resident of Ohio but was texting while driving in West Virginia which caused me to swerve and cross left of center. I explained this to the officer but he insisted I was intoxicated. I asked to take the breathalyzer several times but was refused. I also explained that due to previous... View More
If the offense occurred in WV, then you need a WV attorney. Whether or not you have any legal defenses is a complex question and requires a detailed analysis of the entirety of the situation. In short, you need to find a way to obtain an attorney. Maybe readdress your financial situation with...View More
I’m legally disabled since a young age and they’ve been telling me I might be able to get hired back for days now and they updated there policy but I’m left hanging not knowing what’s going on. I’ve missed 7days of work so far. And I have to start work at another location. They said I... View More
Doing drugs is technically not a crime. Possession of the drug is a crime. That being said, if you were on some type of probation etc. that prohibited the use of any drugs then that could stand. Whether or not the prosecutor can prove that you had possession of a controlled substance or if you...View More
Well, you can cooperate and possibly avoid being charged, or you can not cooperate and be charged. If you decide to cooperate, you should do so through an attorney to make sure they don't charge you anyway.
You can get a medical card, but it's only Ohio law. Marijuana is still illegal under federal law, card or no. Your PO can require that you obey ALL laws, and they usually do. That means no marijuana use.
We live in a duplex in the upstairs apt, either our downstairs neighbor or their constant guests smoke weed. The smell is very distinct and foul and illegal in Ohio. From what I've read, even medical use prohibits smoking it or cultivating. The smell invades our stairway almost daily and... View More
The landlord is required to evict anyone they reasonably suspect of using a controlled substance, including marijuana. If you put them on written notice of this, and they fail to do anything about it within 30 days you can either 1) terminate your lease, 2) sue for damages or 3) escrow your rent...View More
My headlight was out and i got pulled over had to reach into my glove box to get my papers and my pipe was in there the officer smelled it and took it but never gave me a ticket but now i have to appear for court this don't seem legal
They don't have to issue a ticket right away. They can send you a summons and complaint later. This often happens in paraphernalia cases because they send the substance in for lab testing before charging someone. You should get a lawyer.
In the state of Ohio, your license is automatically suspended if you refused OVI testing or had a BAC reading of .08 or above. So, if you were arrested for OVI you should expect to receive notification relatively soon of your upcoming suspension. You do have 30 days after the initial appearance for...View More
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