My cell phones home and lap top computers , security cameras, and TV's have all been hacked and reprogrammed by a person stalking me as well as my bank accounts, social Media and emails. They have destroyed my reputation, my ability to earn, had me added to black lists, called employers,... View More
She also installed a surveillance camera to secretly take pictures in the tack room at the private equine boarding facility. I found the camera and there were no signs stating I was being filmed. What can I do?
If their actions violate specific laws or regulations, you can file a formal complaint with the appropriate authorities, such as the police or local privacy commission. Additionally, if the individual's actions have caused you harm, you may have grounds for a civil lawsuit to seek compensation...View More
Suppose someone has information about abuse or any felony while in one state, and the act is also illegal at the federal level, but they are not a mandatory reporter. Then they travel to a state where they are a mandatory reporter. Upon arrival in that state, even though the crime occurred in... View More
Generally, mandatory reporters must report anything that they have actual knowledge of - regardless of where it occurred or what type of law applies. Furthermore, given that not reporting when it has been determined that you should have reported is considered a serious issue, it's safer to...View More
In my opinion after a removal for several aggravated felonies convictions the chances of being permitted for admission to the United States are nil, notwithstanding the legal status of immediate family members in the U.S.
She emotionally blackmailed me into not submitting any evidence at the trial, so she was found innocent. Now she is using the restraining order and the threat of arrest as blackmail to take full custody of our children despite me offering several reasonable alternatives involving joint custody. Can... View More
It is not clear exactly where things currently stand. It sounds as if she assaulted you, was charged, went to a trial in which you failed to testify to the facts and she was found not guilty. She also obtained a restraining order against you prohibiting you from having contact with her or your...View More
Assuming you can prove it, and it occurred in Oregon, your daughter simply needs to review everything in detail with a landlord-tenant attorney who practices in the same geographic area as the rental. Good luck.
I was incarcerated in sc for 9 months in 2004ish and I owed the bank $100,000.00. My home was almost built and was worth at the time $400,000.00 but when I got out it was gone. Was that legal or was it most likely sold for what I owed and someone just got a awesome deal or was there a way that the... View More
You need to have an attorney look into this ASAP. There are many obstacles that must be satisfied, plus additional ones if you were in jail, to foreclose in property. If you were not notified, you may have a claim.
A court an hour and a half from me that I have a debt with lists three different phone numbers to call them at but all three numbers when called say either "your call cannot be completed at this time" or "this number has been disconnected". I can't take time off work to... View More
I buy brand new luxury cars with the dealers money, then make commission out of it, The dealer send a transportation company to pick up the car. They then ship the car to other counties such as China, Africa, Europe. I want to know if its legal for me to be doing this without getting legal stuff or... View More
My girlfriend (16) is currently living with her mother. Her mother recently got back together with her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her and abused the both of them for years. He also watched my girlfriend change her clothes when she was about 8 years old. He has recently been threatening to hit the... View More
Your girlfriend may or may not qualify for a restraining order against the boyfriend. If she is living with Mom and her boyfriend, and there are both credible threats of repeat violence she may qualify. One potential problem, though, is that she is underage and would need someone 18 or older to...View More
Sure! Plug the term, "PACER" into Google. PACER stands for Public Access to Court Electronic Records. You will have to register for an account. Registration alone doesn't cost you, but if you download any documents it will cost about $.08 per page. Once you register you can go...View More
78 year old defendent in a Federal criminal case has dementia, heart disease, prostate cancer and COPD. Physical conditions severely limit time he can spend with attorney but worse, his dementia prevents him from processing/comprehending,remembering and retaining information. Volumes of medical... View More
You should probably trust your attorney. But, if you are convinced that your attorney is wrong to not consider some sort of diminished capacity defense or the fact that the defendant is unable to understand the proceedings, you should think about hiring another attorney and mental health...View More
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