The case is The Cincinnati Enquirer vs ODPS (Stickrath). Case number: 2022-0425. I am on the side of the Relator and must try and basically overturn the decision. The case concerns ORC 149.433 and security records exemptions. Essentially "our side" requested documents related to the 2022... View More
In constructing your argument as the Relator in the case of The Cincinnati Enquirer vs ODPS (Stickrath), it's important to emphasize the principles of transparency and accountability in government spending. Highlight the significance of public access to information, especially regarding the...View More
This illegal access was direct cause of the physical and property damage how do I get charges brought from this . The person a malignant narcissist still enter my property still cause damage after several complaints to police
If you have evidence that your property manager granted someone unauthorized access to your apartment, resulting in physical and property damage, you should consider taking legal action. Start by gathering all the evidence you have, including any documentation, photographs of the damage, and...View More
I was recently banned for a private post with my personal Snapchat friends, none of whom include my former boss. However, he gained access to my post, a joke about the signs in the bathrooms that say "don't do drugs here" and banned me. I feel like I was discriminated against as a... View More
Discrimination cases typically revolve around unlawful treatment based on protected characteristics such as gender. To determine if you have a discrimination case, you should consider the following steps:
Consult an Attorney: Reach out to an attorney who specializes in employment or...View More
I filed a formal complaint with the PHRC and EEOC w/the Pa Gov's Office against HACC, Harrisburg Area Community College Pennsylvania. It falls in line with some other complaints you posted on your website and on the net. The formal complaints: PHRC Case No.200800802 & EEOC Case No.... View More
Given the nature of your complaints, including alleged nepotism and discrimination against veterans, the PHRC and EEOC will evaluate the evidence against the relevant state and federal laws. It's important to ensure that all documentation supporting your claims, including any instances of...View More
It's a ford mustang that sits low. The employee guiding him in just told my son yea I guess I should have be watching. And the walks into the office. The owner of the business wasn't any help neither. The police made a report.
In your situation where the bumper and exhaust of a Ford Mustang fell off while driving into a bay for an oil change, determining responsibility can be complex. If an employee of the oil change business was guiding your son into the bay and failed to provide proper instructions or warnings, there...View More
All of this could easily be fixed by "having sexytime with him." My car: he's stolen my car on several occasions during the time I've been staying in Airbnb that he promised to pay for but hasn't paid for & has made me move every 3 or so days (it was every day in a new... View More
Your situation sounds incredibly challenging and complex. Firstly, regarding your personal belongings and the car, if these items were gifts to you, they are legally yours. If he's keeping these from you or using them to control you, this could be a legal issue. For the car, especially if...View More
I am not sure what the exact question is, but based on these facts (which do not state when this occurred) I would have the public defender (if he represents in the Juvenile action), file a notice of appeal and get counsel appointed to file an appeal. You will want an attorney to navigate the...View More
I've been asked by a friend to witness delivery of a legal form, and we'd both like to know what the legal process is to make sure I, as witness, can confirm delivery, or if there's an official that needs to be hired/present during the delivery of the form
For a legal form to have been witnessed as delivered, a witness must sign and date the form, acknowledging that they have seen the delivery to the intended recipient. The witness should also print their name and address on the form. In some cases, the witness may also be required to provide an...View More
After a violation of procedural due process, you have the right to challenge the validity of the proceedings that denied you such due process. Options may include filing an appeal if within the appropriate time frame or seeking to overturn a decision through various post-judgment motions....View More
I called them and they said it was $1500, but would be $5000 when it goes to court. Checked the courts and nothing was filed. Can they lie to me and threaten to sue me over a credit card that the statute of limitations ran out on years ago? Told them I don't even remember having the card, but... View More
I had an upcoming scheduled deposition on a case that was a guaranteed win. The plaintiff's attorney knew this and did not want to go to trial or come out of his pocket any further. He has simply been trying to get me to spend enough that settling is the better option.
You should immediately settle for the $2,000 if that offer is still on the table. It will cost you much more than $2,000 to defend the matter at trial. If Plaintiff recovers any amount of a judgment, he will be awarded attorney fees under employment discrimination fee shifting provisions. Most...View More
Yes, you can secure a declaratory judgment from a court declaring that a court order you violated was issued illegally and that can be a defense to any action seeking to enforce the court order against you.
First and foremost, you need an appellate attorney to successfully overturn the jury verdict on appeal on a specific ground that shows a lack of fairness in your trial. Unless and until you accomplish this, you have no viable civil claim.
Assuming your appellate attorney succeeds, you need...View More
A shipping company called intercontinental usps is holding my package hostage after paying fees and they are demanding more now even after I paid more. They are declining to give the package back at its original location and not giving my money back I paid and are forcing me to pay $500 more after... View More
That deed is defective, and you won't be able to close the sale until it is corrected. The seller who sold the house to you will have to sign a corrective deed, have it notarized, and recorded. If you can't find the seller, you could have to file a quiet title action in court, and that...View More
My ex and I bought a car together. I make all the payments, pay for the insurance and keep up on all maintenance. I am still making payments on the car to this day but I no longer live in the same state as when we purchased. The title is MI and I live in OH. He has since filed for bankruptcy and is... View More
I called the county I was sure my soon to be ex filed for divorce in, but the lady was snarky and evasive, so I traveled to that county and she was extremely rude to me, then fake typed my info in, I literally watched her type nonsense the hit enter.
From your question one cannot tell if the person with whom you disagree is actually an officer of the court. It looks like it might be a deputy clerk of courts, which is a little different. I recommend finding out from the clerk of court's website whether the information you are seeking is...View More
My coparent and his wife continuously harrass me over text. They attack me, my character and parenting style. No threats of harm have been made. I do not respond to these messages yet they continue to send them. I don't block their number because my son lives in their household during... View More
If you don't have an existing custody order, I'd recommend pursuing one and making a condition of the order being that everyone uses a third-party messenger service, like Our Family Wizard, to communicate. The benefit there is that anyone, including the court or GAL, will have instant...View More
I had many issues with my neighbor in the past and have multiple emails with my apartment complex stating that. I called the police multiple times for noise complaints and they never did anything, recently she kicked my door multiple times and had a guy friend with her, i felt threatened so when I... View More
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