15-year old daughter was seen at [HOSPITAL NAME] after giving birth. When I received the initial call from the hospital requesting consent for treatment, I informed them I would only consent to procedures one at a time and requested updates on any additional care.
Detroit Michigan is not my location that's the one individual that's illegally on my phones internets location I screen shot this for proof I'm in ohio toledo ohio watched all day long Michigan is not my location
If you believe you have strong cases for personal injury, civil rights, or constitutional law violations, it's crucial to gather and organize all your evidence, including screenshots and any other documentation you have. This evidence will be key in presenting your case effectively....View More
The process of filing harassment charges in Ohio can vary depending on the specific type of harassment and the jurisdiction in which it occurs. However, there are some general steps that you can follow.
The first thing you should do is to document the harassment. This includes keeping a...View More
In 2020 I was served with a no contact order that was entered into a case that I was not apart of and there was no hearing on the matter. As part of a CPS case against my wife for neglect of my stepdaughters, that has since been closed the judge made a judgment entry in the case of no contact but... View More
In Ohio, a no contact order can indeed be issued as part of a judgment entry, especially in cases related to family law or child protection matters. Such orders are generally issued to safeguard the welfare of those involved, particularly minors.
Regarding the duration of the no contact...View More
To determine if your village water company is violating the Fair Housing Act, you need to consider whether their actions involve discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. The Fair Housing Act primarily addresses housing discrimination, but...View More
I was pulled over the cop lied and said a committed a few traffic violations and smelled weed. I went to court and all the charges were dismissed. Ovi, endangering children, drug paraphernalia and the traffic offenses. Can I sue the cop that arrested me? He even took my license and wouldn't... View More
If you believe a Veterans Health Administration (VHA) employee has violated your privacy rights under HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), you do have options to address this violation. However, it's important to understand that HIPAA does not provide a direct...View More
recently my neighboirs shed burned down. and as a result my truck that was parked on my proerty was burned and totaled. the gentleman the own the houyse had recently died and left the house to his daughter who didnt pay insurance and doesnt check on the property even once. she also hyasnt paid the... View More
In a situation like yours, where your property was damaged due to your neighbor's shed burning down, you may have grounds for a claim. Since the house is inherited and the current owner has not maintained insurance, this complicates matters, but it doesn't necessarily mean you have no...View More
I was pulled over because the cop lied and said I committed a few minor traffic offenses. After he searched and found some roaches he hit me with a field sobriety and had confiscated my phone. I told him I wanna call my attorney and he refused to and told me I'm not allowed. He also never read... View More
In your situation, it's important to understand your rights. The police can temporarily confiscate your phone during an arrest to prevent tampering or destruction of evidence. However, you have the right to contact an attorney, and this should be allowed once you are in custody and the...View More
Some desperado name carried requested I got Freedom act paper mailed to me and a ticket number for Sony music on my email address please I have victims of a lot of problems from Disney music private program
It sounds like you're dealing with a complex situation involving potential government agency infringement in the realms of music and art, possibly related to copyright or intellectual property issues. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) of 1988 allows for the request of federal agency...View More
The police Came into my home and destroyed all of mine and my kids belongings caaused property damage by putting holes in my walls and disconnecting my bathrrom sink and putting holes in my vents. They poured trash and pop all over our belongings and through our food In dirty dishwater, pushed the... View More
If law enforcement executed a search warrant at your residence and caused damage to your property, you might have grounds for a legal claim. In the United States, police are required to provide a copy of the search warrant either before or shortly after conducting the search. If they failed to...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 was rescent arrested do to my soon to be ex husband falsely told police I hit him. When he was the one who attacked me. He new the police on the screen. They didn't read me my rights and said it wasn't necessary. Refused my phone call. Then would let me reach out to my lgbtq advocated... View More
In Ohio, as in the rest of the United States, the Miranda warning is a legal safeguard designed to protect an individual's Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination. If a law enforcement officer fails to provide a Miranda warning before a custodial interrogation, the primary legal...View More
In Ohio, if someone is harassing you through persistent texts, calls, or stalking, you have several options. Begin by documenting every instance of harassment, including texts, calls, dates, times, and content. This evidence can be crucial for any legal action. Consider reporting this behavior to...View More
I am currently in a court ordered rehab facility, i have been prescribed a benzodiazepine for serious panic and anxiety. the rehab facility is trying to deny my medication. i have also read the handbook i signed and it says no such thing about that drug being regulated.
If you have a valid prescription from a licensed physician and the rehab facility is denying you access to your prescribed medication, there may be potential legal implications. Firstly, review all documents you signed when entering the facility to ensure there isn't a specific provision...View More
Payee for 27 years.human service.social security.medicare &medicaid.have the wrong date of birth that shows that any time they tried to enter my information into the federal data base for matching program for benefits funding international justice data base it was kicked out with no matches.for... View More
I understand your concerns, and it's crucial to rectify such administrative errors. Firstly, you should gather all relevant documents proving your correct personal information, like your birth certificate, any government-issued IDs, and records indicating the discrepancies in data. Then,...View More
If you believe a lawsuit has been filed involving you without your knowledge, it's imperative to immediately obtain a copy of the court records related to case number 3:2013cv00060 from the relevant jurisdiction. This will provide clarity on the nature of the lawsuit, the parties involved, and...View More
I lived in a place that we found out had toxic black mold and me and my family have been medically harmed by this. I asked the landlord to fix the issues and they refused, I complained to the health department and Fire Marshall and both told them they had to fix it due to serious health conditions... View More
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but you await a response for two weeks. You may already be in touch with an Ohio attorney with the eviction. Consult with a local personal injury attorney about the best manner for handing the element of injury. Although the place of occurrence of an injury or...View More
Your question does not detail whether this is addressed in your parenting plan. You need to raise the issue with your kid's dad in writing. Explain your concern and how it actually relates to your child's best interest. Separate your own ego the argument of not liking this because...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.
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