I filed an OCR complaint against my University for retaliation in a Title IX matter. I have responded quickly to all OCR communications, but have not heard in more than 6 months.
That we were at a adjudication hearing and asked for countinues to get a payed lawyer when the master told my kid mom that if she didn't take a urine that thay would hold her in contempt is that a violation of are 4th amendment
answered on Mar 22, 2023
In a criminal case, an omnibus pretrial motion is a generic motion that must be filed within a certain time period following formal arraignment to preserve your right to file motions down the road as your case progresses. These motions are typically boilerplate and contain multiple requests for... Read more »
Found truant 4 years ago of a 6 and 8 year old after husband suddenly passed away and I a month later was hospitalized near death for a tore bowel . Fact is I was never truant but have evidence school principal had motive to lie being tied to disgruntle x in law. Two of those years I elected to... Read more »
Do I need to file a charge with the EEOC?
answered on Feb 28, 2023
You have 6 months from the date of the incident to file with the EEOC or PHRC. You must do this in order to preserve your right to sue.
My friends and family have been keeping their distance from me for a few years. I am being gaslighted (I hate to mention it) because it is a difficult thing to prove. It makes it seem like is all in my head. However, I draw the line when it happens at work. I will not be able to support myself... Read more »
answered on Feb 13, 2023
First of all, you should never include your name or other identifying information on sites like these, which are open to everyone, including the folks you're concerned about.. Secondly, although the purpose of this site is often misunderstood, it's not a jobs board so it's highly... Read more »
What can I do? What's a proper defense? Can anyone help me?
answered on Feb 10, 2023
Youth Services cases are the most revealing as to how the law operates against the citizen. Every conceivable protection against abuses of the judiciary are flipped around and made to abuse the parent undergoing one of these cases.
First and foremost, the asker must understand there is a... Read more »
If a case is brought for review to a State Supreme Court, if the losing party chooses to, would the losing party be able or perhaps allowed to reargue to the respective circuit appellate court?
I understand that the State Supreme Court is the highest court in that... Read more »
answered on Jan 28, 2023
The US Supreme Court is the next stop if the legal question involves a federal law or the U.S. Constitution
I had a seizure in prison because medical wasn’t medicating and they knew that I had seizures and even verified it thru my pharmacy and a week and a half later I had a seizure and I told the officer 3 time in the middle of the night that I needed medical attention and he would not call medical... Read more »
answered on Dec 24, 2022
You may potentially have a case, you should speak to a personal injury lawyer and/or a civil rights attorney to discuss the details of your specific fact pattern to see if it is viable to pursue. Best of luck.
1. I appeared at Contempt of Court Hearing regarding Child Support but never filed an Entry of Appearance
2. Plaintiff was not present, I objected, it was overruled
3. Judge stated on the public record that the court adheres to all the laws of the Federal Constitution and the... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2022
This asker posed this question on Avvo. This was the response:
This question leaves some unanswered question one of which is who is the obligee. Is the obligee the custodial parent or is it the government who obtained an assignment of the obligation. The impression from this narrative is... Read more »
I’m trying to learn about Jurisdiction and Venue . If you could help me that would be great. Thank you
answered on Jul 25, 2022
State courts in Pennsylvania are located in the county seat of a county.
“Jurisdiction” pertains to the power of a particular court to exercise control over a particular defendant. Ordinarily, the first question is whether a defendant resides in the same county where suit has been... Read more »
I was just pulled over by the police. I asked the officer to tell me what was the reason for the stop, however, he insisted I give him my ID before he'd tell me what was the reason for the stop. Come to find out, my registration expired ten days ago. As I explained to the officer, it was... Read more »
answered on Jun 11, 2022
Based on what you've written, I don't think you did anything wrong. Most officers, at least those I've interacted with, will run license plates randomly or really whenever they are driving behind someone. A lot of police cars are also now equipped with automatic license plate... Read more »
The restaurant has no handbook or ethics. Not even a system to file complaints. The customer is an investor and has ties with the hemp distributor ( it was a brewery). The first time in mid October the customer caressed me and I became deeply uncomfortable. As soon as I could get away I went to my... Read more »
answered on Jan 29, 2022
The facts you present could present a retaliation claim but more information is needed to thoroughly evaluate. Please contact our law firm so that we can obtain more details.
I was pulled over for registration being expired, the cop said he smelled weed and then searched my car after telling me if I don’t consent he would make me wait for a drug unit dog to come in. He found 8grams of weed, .5 grams of wax and some paraphernalia. ( I have me medical card for... Read more »
answered on Nov 21, 2021
Likely possession of both marijuana and paraphernalia. Depending on other circumstances, you could be facing additional charges. I suggest retaining an attorney to assist you and ensure any potential pentolites are kept at a minimum.
answered on Oct 14, 2021
Let the criminal process take it's course. If your son was hurt and you have medical bills the Crime Victims Compensation Act may pay for them.
The officers in question, while preparing the body for transport to the medical examiner, dragged the man down the stairs and his girlfriend watched as he made impact upon each stair, they then pretended to take care once they noticed they were in our line of sight. One officer in particular was... Read more »
answered on Oct 14, 2021
It's not clear if that would be abuse of a corpse, but you may have a claim depending on a variety of factors. Contact an attorney in your area.
answered on Sep 28, 2021
I assume you mean the car was stopped for a violation? Your rights are those of any other citizen. Feel free to call me to discuss what your question is about.
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