Wilson county police and swat responses to a woman who claimed she was punched in the face and had a chair smashed into her face. When police arrived there were no injuries. The swat team was used to apprehend the person the woman claimed inflicted the injuries when the individual asked if the... View More
It's deeply concerning to hear about your partner's situation, especially with the severity of the accusations and the involvement of SWAT based on false claims. False accusations, particularly those leading to a wrongful conviction, are serious matters that can have long-lasting impacts...View More
I live in TN she lives in KY. She has posted several videos of fights between us that she instigated and recorded for clout and now I am being threatened with being hurt and "made to disappear". She's ruined my life stole my money and now is trying to get me hurt I don't know what else to do
It's alarming that your soon-to-be ex-wife is using her platform to incite bullying and potential harm towards you. Your safety is paramount, and it's essential to take immediate action to address this situation. Begin by documenting all instances of threats or harmful behavior, including...View More
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It's crucial to address this issue properly. First, gather all evidence of the President's actions, such as emails, documents, and any witnesses who can support your claims. Consult an attorney experienced in employment law to review your...View More
In TN ,I was arrested for harassment, (a false accusation). and have yet to seek council. If I enter a plea of "Not-Guilty", and the victim is a no-show in court that day, would the charges against me be dropped and case be dismissed?
If someone threatens to obtain private information about you from the FBI, this situation raises concerns, but whether you can press charges depends on the specifics of the incident. In general, making a threat to obtain and possibly use private information can be seen as intimidating or harassing...View More
The text was about a sti I had and she got from me before getting it treated from medical, after the break it effected her, and because she felt threaten that a guy she was talking to is friends with me so she felt like I had told him about our personal information, because of that she showed the... View More
If your ex shared private text messages about your medical condition without your consent, you may have grounds for a legal claim based on a breach of privacy or intentional infliction of emotional distress. Privacy laws vary by state, but some jurisdictions recognize the disclosure of private...View More
1973 has been broken against me so many times in fact this is my fifth bugged iPhone please help me I have had 4 make officers come in my property I own bought paid for as well as my home and never dispatched a female no warrant and slam me to the floor and drag me out naked and to jail like this... View More
If your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1973 have been violated, you may have grounds for legal action. Documenting each incident with as much detail as possible, including dates, times, and officers involved, is crucial. It is advisable to contact a civil rights attorney who...View More
I work for a company called Spark. It is the delivery company for Walmart. We are owned and operated by Walmart. There is a specific store that I work at that I am being harassed by one particular AP employee. She is telling the front end of the store that I am stealing. Which of course is not... View More
In dealing with accusations from an Asset Protection (AP) employee, you should first document all incidents, including dates, times, and witnesses. It may be helpful to formally report the harassment to your direct supervisor or the human resources department, following your company’s procedures...View More
I wasn't connected to the attack but the victim was my best friend. They had put out a warrant for my arrest and put me on the news as armed and dangerous when their evidence wasn't solid at all. All charges we dropped but only after I bonded myself out and provided video evidence proving... View More
The SOL for such civil rights/GTLA actions has been extended a little in TN. You did not state the date the prosecution was dismissed. If you want to pursue this, you will need to get in gear fast, and the SOL may have already run. If indicted, most Courts find probable cause for the arrest.
I fled the relationship almost 4 years ago. I was followed, though. I was too afraid to live alone. Thankfully, i had many friends who offered me a safe place. Safe until my ex discovered where I was staying. Once he knew, he terrorized my friends until either I left, or was asked to leave. If my... View More
It is possible. It is not easy or inexpensive but it is possible and may result in a sale of the property. In Ohio it is a remedy called partition. Partition cases in Tennessee refer to legal proceedings which allow joint owners of real estate to divide their interests in the property. In other...View More
Indictment for an A Felony usually garners a large Bond. If not made, defendant stays in jail until trial. Defendant needs an attorney to move to reduce Bond. Sometimes special Bond Conditions can be ordered besides just cash.
I called the newspaper I had them change it,I found out a few days ago my ex sister inlaw had called and had it changed, I'm listed as birth mother and her mother, her and the funeral person are friends. I signed all paperwork and I paid for cremation. The ex sister in law has no legal rights... View More
If you threaten a libel action in TN, you must give them a chance to publish the correct written statement. Politely in writing demand that the correct Obituary be published, otherwise a libel suit will be filed. I doubt you have enough damages to sue, but make the demand anyway. If you...View More
It is common in case for the defense to take sub-rosa videos of the parties involved. As long as the photographers are in a lawful place seeing what is open to the public, it is not generally a violation of law.
The driver's ball hitch hit our front tag, no damage. Driver continued on. We went to the ATM & are surrounded by approx 5 officers pointing guns at our heads. I got 2 tickets, 1 for leaving the scene & tailgating. We were STOPPED. WE WERE HIT. We were at our bank's drive-thru... View More
Since no arrest, only a short stop and detainment, damages are minimal. The Tickets(Citations) must be dismissed by the Court. So you need an attorney to go to Court on the Rule Of The Road Violations, and an attorney that knows GTLA law so a Federal Civil Rights Suit can be brought, or at...View More
This same cousin has encouraged people to contact DCS to have my child taken, get me fired and implied I am a child abuser. She has friends who work for government entities who denied me housing, sent her my mail, illegally hacked my phone, and made several other slanderous statements and defaming... View More
If you believe that the police officers engaged in misconduct by making derogatory comments about your character and weight, you may have legal options available to you. One option may be to file a complaint with the police department's internal affairs division or civilian review board,...View More
He is blaming me and saying he will make me pay. I feel like i am being blackmailed he knows all my life details. He could twist things around to harm me and my name what can I do to prevent this? surely the police encounter this a lot
You can petition the court for a protective order so he cannot have contact with you. Without more details its hard to say if that is your best solution. You should call a lawyer where you live and ask for advice.
She took our child and moved out of state for another guy. In desperate need of wanting a single bit of information or form of contact, I reached out to her family members, friends, and I emailed her as well. Yes we have exchanged mean argumentative emails however I just wanted to know the... View More
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