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
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
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
Also let’s say a percent was there with me at the time and had no clue. But sacks stated that it would be up to beachwood if I was to get prosecuted. I made it out the store with nothing. They got the hat back but it was a petty theft dropping the hat in my bag. So the main 2 question for you is,... View More
If you were caught by the store for taking a hat and the police were involved, it is possible that you could be charged with theft. In Ohio, taking merchandise from a store without paying can be classified as petty theft, which is often a misdemeanor if the value is under $1,000. The fact that the...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
If you feel that a judge's prior conduct or statements demonstrate a possible bias or lack of impartiality in your current case, you have the option to file a motion for recusal. The motion should detail the specific incidents or comments that you believe indicate bias. It's important to...View More
Because such claims are rarely successful and very expensive to pursue, your best strategy is to offer a significantly higher hourly fee backed up by a six figure retainer to persuade a competent and experienced attorney to take such a case.
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
I have a loved one that was wrongfully convicted and his ex has his children not wanting to talk with him and I as a best friend no law experience but trying to get this overturned and him reunited with his children.
Parent alienation Syndrome and Malicious Parent Syndrome are not recognized by the American Psychiatric Association as actual "Syndrome". A Divorce or Custody case in Ohio based solely on the issues of alienation and malicious parent fails to take into the consideration the best interest...View More
The mail boxes old and the lock system is now broken so the mail carriers can not open it to deliver our mail. It has been 3 weeks! Does the owners of the park have to fix this and how long do they have?
Juvenile court judgement to terminate parental rights and grant custody to agency. Appellate files appeal with the district court of appeals. Appeals court agreed with juvenile court. Appellate then files appeal with Supreme court. Has any case ever won at that point, if so I need a case number to... View More
Something as broad as any case the appellant has won at the Supreme Court is unlikely to help you too much but here are two from a quick search of the Supreme Court's website: In re R.K., 152 Ohio St.3d 316, 2018-Ohio-23 and In re C.F., 113 Ohio St.3d 73, 2007-Ohio-1104. Yes, the Supreme Court...View More
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like a difficult and unjust experience. To answer your question, it may be possible to appeal a judge's decision and seek compensation for losses, but it would depend on the specific circumstances of your case and the applicable laws in...View More
With the passing of Ohio's Constitutional Carry law, as of July 13, 2022 Ohio citizens without a CCW permit can legally carry a loaded firearm on their person while in their vehicle, but not in a school zone. If you live near or drive through a school zone on a public road (where you must slow... View More
Ohio law prohibits carrying a firearm in a school safety zone, which includes the area within 1,000 feet of the school grounds. This applies to both open and concealed carry, regardless of whether you have a CCW permit or not.
Therefore, if you are driving through a school safety zone, you...View More
I have radio transcripts of the whole night every officer using radio to call in items to check if the items was stolen before they had a warrant and stated under oath they was not searching until 1130pm call logs was before that
Is it legal for a Middle School student to be random drug tested?
The Ohio school in my case is requiring students at random to do urine drug tests with out parent approval. The school believes this is legal as the student participated in a sport but I do not believe so. The student... View More
Both cases upheld testing requirements. So they don’t really help your position. But it sounds like the circumstance is different as your case doesn’t involve a student currently participating or about to participate in extracurricular activities, a specific issue which has not, to my...View More
So I quit claim deed was given to me 7 years ago and I've been going through a divorce for almost that amount of time and it was just finalized a week ago Thursday and I went to file and paid the convenience fees and the recording fees but something wasn't on the deed a number I... View More
It's in the definition says unless the convict has served the president's sentence or prison terms or is pardoned or completed the community sanction program? So if I'm understanding that correctly the unless means that once you are finished so all privileges should be restored... View More
The definition of convict in R.C. 2967 is any person convicted of an Ohio felony whether or not they went to prison but not including people who were pardoned or have finished serving their sentence. In other words, convict means any person either in prison for a felony, in jail for a felony, or...View More
The cops pulled over a vehicle that had no ties to us or the address on search warrant, detained us, then brought us to the address and had us cuffed in back of police cruisers while they ran into search the house of the address then charged us with possession and trafficking from substances found... View More
You leaving out some key information. Like, for example, who the house belongs to? Was there any reason to stop the vehicle in question? At the end of the day, you need to get an attorney to look at the situation. It sounds fishy, but there's information missing.
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