To let me use their account. At first they were paying me money, but when it came to go and transfer the remaining amount they dropped contact. Do I have a case if I can prove that they were supposed to give me the money once the check cleared? I live in Ohio but they are in West Virginia.
my aunt pressed charges on me for theft and i stole 1500 off her cards thats all they are saying i stole hundreds in cash from her and stole close to 4000 off her card and they are now adding on mulitple petty things i did from a while ago like scammed someone online for 80$ and some random sent me... View More
I was trying to get away from him. I tried driving away and didn't realize his mom was crossing the street and she was hit. She basically told them I hit her purposely. I'm facing 2nd degree felony felonious assault and 3rd degree aggravated vehicle assault. I have never been in trouble... View More
I have a bench warrant for a misdemeanor charge in another county from a probation violation I got a year before my DV felony charge. I'm currently serving 2 years on felony probation and am scheduled to be released from probation in 2 months. My probation officer is threatening to extend my... View More
In Ohio, non-CHL holders can carry a loaded handgun in their vehicle but it must be unloaded and placed in a locked container or a compartment that is out of the immediate reach of the driver or any occupant of the vehicle.
Here are some additional details about Ohio's gun laws for...View More
I was fired from a place, wrongfully after being treated poorly and they gave the excuse of time theft, and have messages from my manager saying I still had tips at the store and I went back to get them but apparently I'm not allowed to enter the store anymore. I was never notified of this and... View More
In Ohio, as in many states, consenting to a physical fight does not necessarily make it legal. Even if both parties agree to a fist fight, it can still be considered a breach of the peace or a violation of public order laws.
The legal system generally discourages acts of violence,...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 your apartment was raided and your electronics were seized under a search warrant, it's understandable that you would want updates on your case. However, contacting the police officer directly may not be the best approach, especially if you are a suspect in the case. Police officers are...View More
I have felony charge I was accused of....the cops put open warrant on me after talking to alleged victim...since I havent been arraigned or been to court at all, are marshals legally able to investigate and look for me?...or would i have to violate judge order to not leave the state before marshals... View More
I met two friends online a couple of years ago. I told them that I have special needs and don't understand social cues or skills. Last year, they started asking me for money via cashapp, and venmo and I sent them it. They would send me sad photos of themselves, or keep saying please when I... View More
There is a lot here. I'm going to answer your question about defamation only. Truth is an absolute defense to defamation. If what you are posting is substantially true, then you cannot be held liable for defamation.
In Ohio, the severity of the potential sentence for your friend will depend on various factors, including the specific charges related to the counterfeit money, guns, and stolen checks. Each of these offenses carries its own potential penalties, and if charged with multiple offenses, these can...View More
I was pulled over for minor traffic offenses and charged with a ovi. It happened in a town with multiple countys. The cop put the wrong county on my ticket and then the mayors court judge asked me what county it was in so I said what's on the ticket, knowing it was definitely the other county.
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