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
My son was subpeoned for a dv case with my former boyfriend. He does not want to testify. He exaggerated the story and has since admitted it, and that he did swing at my ex. There was a children service case on this matter that was dropped, but the school cop decided to still press charges. Can he... View More
A subpoena is a court Order. Technically, failing to appear is punishable by contempt. He can get on the stand and not answer a question that may implicate him in a crime. Not showing is not an option if you care about following court Orders.
There is no physical anything we literally just raise our voices and was yelling my daughter did lose a friend earlier this year to domestic violence case so I believe that she's been a little overly scared and nervous when we have argued but I don't understand how they can put a TPO on... View More
These cases are very fact specific. Generally, the police may arrest when they have probable cause of a crime. There are two potential DV charges one for assault (knowingly causing physical harm) and the other for menacing (knowingly causing a person to fear serious physical harm- typically...View More
I filed for divorce in October of 2020 and my husband didn't get an attorney nor file an answer until March 2021. My attorney charged me hourly and I just found out about defendants needing to respond in 28 days or there is a judgment by default. My husband was sent to prison for abusing me... View More
Based upon your facts as stated, you may have an action against your former counsel. You have a one year statute of limitations to file. You should have your file reviewed by an attorney who specializes in malpractice. This forum is no substitute for hiring a lawyer.
Just make out new POA documents, which will revoke all prior ones. You really want to create new potential proxies in the event something happens to you anyway. You can also write a simple statement revoking a specific person's proxy status effective as of a particular date, then send it...View More
The specific circumstances and details of your situation can affect the answer, so it's important to consult with a legal professional for personalized advice. However, I can provide you with some general information.
If you have a no-contact order in West Virginia, it typically means...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
Pro bono is the legal phrase for free service or no charge. Most personal injury cases are handled on a contingent fee agreement. The attorney fee (and often case expenses) are contingent or dependent upon a recovery. In other word, most personal injury lawyers don't work pro bono, but will...View More
So there is this female that continues to get tpos on me but shows up to my house while tpos are in effect and then she will drop them in court and then threaten to file them again against me. She's doing this to play with my life
I'm a victim in a domestic violence case but want the case dropped. I was not served the subpoena but got it in the mail. I've heard from other people that I do not have to appear but I do not want to be in contempt.
I was a part of a domestic case where I stated to police that I witnessed said act happen. I did not and later told cops I lied. Defendant dropped domestic case but they still trying to charge me with criminal charges for filing a false report. Can they still charge me even tho case has been... View More
Yes. Obstruction of Official Business is what I assume you’re charged with. At the time you committed the crime, the case was not resolved. Your statement was part of what the police relied on as evidence of DV. By lying to the police, you obstructed their investigation. Therefore your charge...View More
If you do not have a written lease, then he can evict you. An eviction is a permanent public court record that can make it difficult to rent from a landlord who checks the records, and most do. So avoid having an eviction filed.
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