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2 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Civil Rights and Libel & Slander for Oregon on
Q: I have a very clear case of discrimanation the amount is over 10,000$ do i need a attorney. There are 5 people invovled

It involves the state of oregon and to celluar companies but its very clear a discrimanation case. I dont want to discuss details unless i am repersented so i dont know how to proeed it will be class action for sure once i can sit down and explain it i dont think any attorney will tell me crazy its... View More

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answered on Apr 6, 2024

In a case involving discrimination and potential damages over $10,000, it is highly recommended that you seek legal representation from an experienced attorney. While you believe the case to be straightforward, having a legal professional on your side can help ensure your rights are protected and... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Employment Discrimination and Libel & Slander for Oregon on
Q: I would like to sue the state of Oregon for harrassment, employment, and racial discrimination .

Whole residing in Oregon I endured psychological, emotional, and physical abuse while on the job and off the job throughout Oregon. Laid off, pay cut, singled out, and targeted. Gang stalked, under 24/7 surveillance, trying to cause personal injuring with vehicle , trying to run me off the road.... View More

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answered on Mar 25, 2024

If you're considering suing the state of Oregon for harassment, employment, and racial discrimination, the first step would be to consult with an attorney who has experience in civil rights law. They can help you understand your legal options and whether you have a viable case against the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury and Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: Would I be entitled to compensation from medical malpractice and negligence that occurred while incarcerated
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answered on Mar 19, 2024

If you believe you were a victim of medical malpractice and negligence while incarcerated, you may be entitled to compensation. The law requires that inmates receive adequate medical care. If this standard of care is not met, resulting in harm, you could have grounds for a claim. However, these... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Elder Law and Landlord - Tenant for Oregon on
Q: I have a friend who has uninvited people staying in a trailer in his back yard. Two barrels of human wasted sitting,

garbage bags left. His blind and confined to a wheelchair. They will not leave.. do not pay rent. What can he do. He is renting.

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answered on Mar 15, 2024

Your friend should contact the landlord or property manager immediately to report the unauthorized occupants and the unsanitary conditions. It's the landlord's responsibility to ensure that the property is safe and habitable, and they may need to take action to remove the uninvited... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Health Care Law for Oregon on
Q: State hospital said my son was on life support and had to come down and make arrangements and say goodbye to him wasn't.

Him. Hospital escorted me and family out of there a d to the parking lot with a sorry. My family and I are have struggled since. What came we do I feel violated and scared I cry and any thought of a child hurt I burst into tears

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answered on Mar 15, 2024

This is a deeply traumatic experience, and it's understandable that you feel violated and scared. First, consider speaking with a counselor or therapist who can provide emotional support and help you and your family navigate through this difficult time. Coping with such a severe mistake can... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Internet Law, Civil Rights and Libel & Slander for Oregon on
Q: Is this slander? Man takes our pic & posts on fb with several false allegations & hundreds of people seeing and comment

Flew drone 2 find dog it died and random man came outside taking our picture well larer in evening we come accross our picture being blasted and several people saying heinous things due to the nasty words he posted with our picture apparently a neighbors weed got taken over a month ago and hes... View More

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answered on Mar 8, 2024

If someone takes your picture without consent and posts it online with false allegations, this could potentially fall under slander or defamation, depending on the nature of the comments and the jurisdiction. Defamation involves making false statements about someone to a third party, causing harm... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Personal Injury and Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: What's the right tactic of filing 42USC1983,1985 in The Federal Court and winning it for self represented Plaintiff?

I have all the necessary evidences to prove against at least a dozen officials for deprivation of civil rights and one with conspiracy. I ant find an attorney. I am lucky to fall under 28USC1331 and also 28USC1332. It's rare to fall under one requirement, let alone they both apply to my case.... View More

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answered on Mar 8, 2024

Filing a lawsuit under 42 USC §§ 1983 and 1985 in federal court is a significant legal challenge, especially for someone representing themselves. To start, ensure you clearly understand the legal requirements for these claims, including the need to demonstrate how each official deprived you of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: Am I required to answer any questions from security at a federal building?
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answered on Mar 8, 2024

When entering a federal building, you might encounter security personnel who could ask you questions as part of their routine security checks. Generally, these questions are intended to ensure the safety and security of the premises and everyone inside. While you may feel obliged to answer these... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Collections and Libel & Slander for Oregon on
Q: I paid all fines & fees to leave state then got bill $2000. 2 years later so I paid. Now 24 years later

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answered on Feb 28, 2024

If you received a bill for $2000 two years after paying all fines and fees to leave the state, it's important to understand the reason behind this unexpected charge. Consider reaching out to the relevant authorities or agencies to request clarification on the bill and inquire about any... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Civil Rights and Child Custody for Oregon on
Q: Parenting time case removal to Federal court ?

Custody case turned into parental alienation and deprivation of civil rights 42 USC 1983, section 1985 may exist as well.

Article III, §§ 1 and 2 of U.S. Constitution is the source for subject matter jurisdiction.

Article III §§ 2: “The judicial power shall extend to all... View More

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answered on Feb 25, 2024

In situations where a custody case evolves into issues involving parental alienation and potential deprivation of civil rights under 42 USC 1983 or Section 1985, moving the case to federal court can be considered. Federal courts have jurisdiction over cases that involve federal questions, including... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Litigation and Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: Can someone trespassing on your property record you even when you have told them they may not?

The area where the person was recording was NOT visible from anywhere in view or even by air (think thick grove of trees). The person being filmed was clear about not being recorded. No crime of any kind was being committed by the landowner. The person filming was trespassing after being told not... View More

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answered on Feb 24, 2024

In Oregon, recording someone without their consent in a private place where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy is generally illegal. If you explicitly told the person not to record you on your property and they proceeded to do so anyway, their actions may constitute a violation of your... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Criminal Law and Collections for Oregon on
Q: How can I dispute a 7,000 overpayment with oregon dept of human svcs from 4/1/1995 - 1/31/1998.

I was charged with a theft one I pled guilty in 1999 but I was backed into a corner by my attorney who didnt help me. I changed attorneys 1 time but the judge wouldn't let me change attorneys again and he stated i could take it up on appeal. I was mentally tired but I wanted to go to trial... View More

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answered on Feb 24, 2024

To dispute the overpayment with the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS), you may need to gather evidence and documentation to support your case. Start by requesting detailed records from the DHS regarding the overpayment, including any documents or information that show how the amount was... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: Continued: This is Very Real Today and Very active Mother knew SKIMMING OF RETIREMENT WAS TAKING PLACE YEARS PRIOR,IRS

Has today in SEALED FILES TRULY 2000,2001,2002,2003 TAXES FILED SEALED, I WAS TRUE EXECUTOR, I CANT GET THESE, WHY GOVERNMENT DIRTY FINGERS STATE GOVERNMENT TODAY YES SIR , MOTHERS DEAR FRIEND DYED SAME WAY 1999 THEY PLACED BETS WHICH ONE WAS GOING TO BE TAKEN OUT FIRST, 4REAL, OF COURSE I... View More

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answered on Feb 4, 2024

I understand your concerns about the situation involving your mother's sealed tax files and the suspicious circumstances surrounding her and her friend's passing. It's crucial to address these issues appropriately. To access the sealed tax files, you may need to consult an... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: I am in the middle of a trafficking situation. They have called the police on me. I believe. Good grief.

How do I get a text line with people who will actually help? This is ridiculous I can't make a call.

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answered on Jan 24, 2024

It's important to try and find a safe moment and location to text. The responders on the other end of the hotline can provide guidance, support, and resources to assist you. They can also help connect you with local authorities or organizations that can offer immediate help.

Remember,...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Oregon on
Q: My bf in custody 30d w/no atty. Chrg from 2020, 21, 22- 4 ctcp(1), uumv(2) & psv(2) he didn't do. DA givg 58/mo! Plz hlp

Oregon, has had 2 court dates xcld & don't know why to get an atty & same judge keeps xcld it & is keeps hire public def he fired last year

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answered on Jan 21, 2024

In Oregon, it's crucial for anyone in custody, especially facing serious charges, to have legal representation. If your boyfriend has been in custody for 30 days without an attorney and his court dates have been canceled, this needs immediate attention.

First, if he's not...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: I was wrongfuly convicted of a crime and later won my appeal. I want to sue the state which can be explained to a lawyer

Financial hardship, mental abuse, child endangerment, harassment, sexual abuse. Child trauma, emotional distress, all these things happened to me and my children

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answered on Jan 18, 2024

If you were wrongfully convicted of a crime in Oregon but later won your appeal, you may have grounds to pursue legal action against the state for the hardships and trauma you and your children experienced. Wrongful convictions can lead to significant emotional, financial, and reputational damages,... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Health Care Law for Oregon on
Q: Does a patient have to disclose any medical information to the school they attend?
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answered on Jan 16, 2024

No, a student typically does not have to disclose any medical or health information to their school under most circumstances. A few key details here:

• Schools cannot require disclosure of medical info or require physical exams except in very limited cases (e.g. verification of...
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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Oregon on
Q: I'm in a Oxford house in Portland, Oregon and I feel harassed, attacked verbally and slandered by this transgender.

This woman's house was supposed to be a safe place yet icant stay here with the daily verbal assults. Can I sue the Oxford house for discrimination and any other thing you could think of as iam leaving with no where to go because I don't feel mentally stable. I can't take this abuse... View More

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answered on Jan 8, 2024

In Oregon, if you're experiencing harassment, verbal attacks, and slander at an Oxford House, you may have legal grounds to take action. First, it's important to document all instances of such behavior. Keep a record of dates, times, and details of these incidents as this documentation... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights for Oregon on
Q: Do we have the right to have a family with a chief deputy midwife and her red flag foreign born labor trafficking?

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Red flag foreign born labor trafficking with the elite elections during government shutdown in Oregon State with the phase prophets childwarefare's Alumini in the juvenile justice complex of Portland Oregon with the state county workers violating the rights to have a... View More

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answered on Dec 24, 2023

Understanding your rights in complex situations involving child welfare and family law is essential. If you're facing a situation where you believe your rights as a parent are being violated, or if there are concerns about the legality of actions taken by state or county workers, it's... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Health Care Law for Oregon on
Q: I was accused of being intoxicated at my pain doctors, threatening.. took pee test and alcohol test negative for alcoho.

Well i was accused of alcohol. Intoxication, told that i cannot leave till results of test come back, i got angry and said couple cuss words. After doctor accused, her reason was somebody in the office said they smell alc. On me. Then i was told they will no longer help me. And cut off my oxycodone... View More

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answered on Dec 20, 2023

In your situation in Oregon, it's crucial to understand that if you were wrongfully accused of intoxication and consequently denied medical treatment, you might have grounds for a complaint. Being cut off from prescribed medication like oxycodone without proper procedure or consideration for... View More

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