Pro se- Efile in Texas. Only order given was of a final hearing April 11 that was post marked March 22. I called multiple times explaining the ordeal and just getting transferred and not helped. I also need more time for evidence and legal.
answered on Apr 10, 2023
You need to file a verified motion for continuance attaching an affidavit or sworn declaration detailing the medical issue and necessity for your surgery. It would be beneficial to attach sufficient medical records to demonstrate your procedure is not elective and cannot wait.
answered on Dec 19, 2022
The owner of the storage yard has to contact the owner of the RV before anything be done with the RV
I had a endoscopy done and on my pre opp exam the doctor made a comment to me "now for the fun part" as he proceeded to tell me to pull my knees to my chest and press out as he checked my prostate, He did not indicate he was going to do that other thatn tell ing "npw for the fun... Read more »
answered on Nov 20, 2022
Change doctors, I dont think you have a lawsuit, You have a doctor with no common sense,
A few years ago while in middle school (we were all about 13), a boy in my grade repeatedly assaulted me and about 13 others. We all decided to report about a year later.
We went to our administrative offices, and the next day a cop was brought in. We were asked basic questions.... Read more »
answered on Nov 11, 2022
In Texas, given your age at the time of the conduct, the relevant definition of sexual assault is:
A person commits an offense if the person intentionally or knowingly:
(A) causes the penetration of the anus or sexual organ of a child by any means;
(B) causes the... Read more »
My dad is my boss at work. He left my mother for one of our coworkers. She's half his age and has only been there six months. She's made sexual advances at me that I blow off. Well he fell for it. The day after he left my mother I arrived at work and he started bossing me on things to do... Read more »
answered on Apr 10, 2022
I would find a new job and leave the drama behind. Your dad sounds like a jerk.
2 cousins, one 6yr old and other 11yr old touched each other. 12 years later 6yr old (now 18 years old) is accusing 11yr old (now 23 years old) of sexual assault. What can happen?
answered on Apr 6, 2022
There could be a criminal case because there is no longer any statute of limitations for the crime of sexual assault of a child. I suppose that technically either one of them could be charged with this crime because an 11-year-old can't consent to sex either and it is technically possible to... Read more »
answered on Sep 29, 2021
Personal property may not be removed without a search warrant. Personal property such as cars that have not been moved may violate local ordinances. They can be removed once the owner has received notice to remove, and there has either been a hearing or the person has not responded. If it was... Read more »
answered on Aug 6, 2021
The person enters a plea of not guilty and demands a trial by jury. The person will only be convicted if the prosecutor can prove every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt at trial. The jury must be unanimous in their decision.
The better the attorney representing the... Read more »
I have round trip tickets and plan on only being gone for 4 days (this is a vacation trip) and returning to Houston promptly.
answered on May 22, 2021
I have had clients arrested on warrants in the Houston airport. The arrests created problems for both the client and their traveling companions. It would be wise to hire a local criminal defense attorney to clear the warrant before your trip.
I was in a highly abusive relationship with a mentally unstable woman (wasn’t aware of her issues at the time).
One day she threatened to show me a video of her and a former sexual partner.
I refused and she caused a huge fight where she attempted to assault me, and we both ended... Read more »
answered on Apr 30, 2021
Just delete her messages and block her on all platforms. Trying to make a legal case out of something like that will only prolong your misery.
A friend of mine has awful roommates that constantly harass her verbally, and recently physically. After returning to her school(Texas State University) with a few of her friends, they decided to celebrate by having some Fireball. After opening the bottle of liquor and not noticing the smell at... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2021
2. Unfortunately, there are unlikely to be any criminal consequences for the person who did this.
There is a relatively new crime named Indecent Assault that can be committed with urine, but it is a sex crime and only applies in situations where urine was used to gratify... Read more »
Confessed at 8pm central time what is happening in Oklahoma
answered on Feb 24, 2021
It's not clear that you have a question. However as it involves some serious issues, and this is a public site, I suggest you contact an attorney who handles criminal defense in the states where you are charged or where you have concerns and do not discuss these issues on any social media.
Mi miedo es que no me den oportunidad de defenderme y le crean por ser mujer
I have worked at the same place for just over 14 years. In that time I have had issues of what I feel is harrassment from coworkers and immediate supervisors. When I have gone to HR I was the one who ended up being disciplined. As a result I have had a bad attitude and getting in more trouble.... Read more »
answered on Nov 19, 2020
Hi, more information is needed to fully evaluate your situation. Generally, workplace "bullying" is not unlawful. To give rise to any sort of legal claim, the harassment you are experiencing would need to be sexual, or based on your race, gender, religion, or disability, etc. I would... Read more »
Also if I have case #’s for m boyfriend how do I get the specifics on the case? What happened and dialogue when case was tried?
answered on Aug 12, 2020
Contact the clerk of the court where the case was filed. If it was a felony filed in District Court then you'll be contacting the District Clerk, it was filed as a Class A or Class B misdemeanor then check with the County Clerk. If it was a felony that was pled down to a misdemeanor it could... Read more »
I believe I was sexually assaulted or handled I don’t know, I don’t what to do. Haven’t been right since. What do I do?
answered on Jun 15, 2020
Contact law enforcement if you were the victim of a crime.
My mom is willing to sign any paper, but would I have to get emancipated for us to get married?
answered on May 5, 2020
Check out Section 2.003 of the Texas Family Code. https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/FA/htm/FA.2.htm#2.003
Marriage is legal at 18, but the human brain isn't fully developed until 25 years of age, so you would be wise to wait.
I’m pregnant And the guy by keeps messaging me and harassing I blocked # and he makes fake accounts to contact me then he’s threatening to post my personal photos online I’m tired of this I just need it to stop
answered on Feb 20, 2020
If you want to stop it, send only this precise message:
"Do not ever communicate with me again by any means, either directly or indirectly. All messages from you harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, embarrass, or offend me in violation of Section 42.07 of the Texas Penal Code."... Read more »
He had several women's bras hanging off the fork lift and when I told him that's offensive to women his response was f*** you you're a woman in a man's world I can hang what I want on my fork lift. Bring your a** over here and give me your bra to hang on my fork lift and lets... Read more »
answered on Feb 12, 2020
Forget it. No lawyer will want to get involved in this silly situation.
I was talked into signing and scared for my life
answered on Feb 5, 2020
Generally, the EEOC is limited to actions that occurred within 180 days of the filing of a charge. This can be extended in certain states whereif a state or local agency enforces a law that prohibits employment discrimination on the same basis. The exception is that if you allege the act was an... Read more »
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