If you are a lawful permanent resident, authorized to work, or a U.S. Citizen, then the answer is likely no. The challenge is that you must contact an attorney, who handles civil rights matters in Alabama to discuss the violation of your civil rights based upon the legal decisions in the Eleventh...Read more »
Rent the lot it was already on but a different person owns the lot. Well the person I bought my mobile home from left his camper trailer on the lot I am renting and everytime I ask him about having it moved he lies to me and tells me hes going to have it moved the following week. Well everytime... Read more »
You should be able to get it back fairly quickly if they are through processing it. I assume it was used in the commission of a crime and that’s why they have it. Once they have processed it you will be able to get it back.
Military Veterans rights violated? I listed a computer for sale on a local website in NC. An individual contacted me to purchase the computer. While the individual was at my house to look over the computer, he told me of his suspicion that I might be a scammer. Then he said he worked for the... Read more »
Probably not. If you read this provision (also known as the Bill of Rights for Mental Health Patients), it does not appear to contain any mandatory language. It is merely a RECOMMENDATION from Congress to the states of what the states "SHOULD" do to provide for rights and treatment of...Read more »
I wrote up a contract stating terms and conditions payment date and total amount owed we both signed but had no witness or notary is this contract legal and how can I get my fourwheeler back since we are no longer friends and I have someone willing to get it out of my name and in theirs.
I was prohibited from putting up a small menorah on my patio while other residents were decorating with trees and Christmas stuff- I have had 4 major leaks and floods and have mold- the second time they left holes half my height in my kitchen and bedroom for two months without fixing- the remedy... Read more »
Welcome to the world, baby girl/boy!! You are an adult now, and your father has no obligation to support you. If he wants -- you are completely on you own. You probably want to make grown up decisions, like leaving home, so here you are. He does not have to house or support you if he does not...Read more »
is there no accountability to hold the officer accountable should he pull you over for no reason, lie about what he pulled you over for, fabricate some sort of probable cause evidence to search my car without my consent, forces me to stop recording the stop with my phone, two diff officers tell me... Read more »
my vehicle is equipped with an accurate speedometer,and i also employ an app that records my rate of travel along with the date and time and does so by GPS so is very accurate.both of my devices showed that i was traveling 43mph in a 40 zone,so i understand I was 3mph over,but during the stop, i... Read more »
Last night she called the police because I asked her to pay the bills on the 4th of next month, the police came and asked me to leave, I am a senior disabled handicapped male with 8 back surgeries and an Cardiac stent.
I see no reason for this type of treatment by the police, I had to leave... Read more »
Have you ever been to court on this? Have you ever been legally found to be the father by a Court? What makes you believe that you have any rights to a child to whom you were never legally adjudicated the father and who was not the child of a marriage. You need to see an attorney who will give you...Read more »
I am separated from my husband which is a police officer and I have begged his chief and the mayor for help to stop him and they sweep it under the rug,They know he does it on duty,uses their car and leaves the city to chase me,he has been arrested for domestic violence and still has his job and... Read more »
You are not the first person to face this problem, and you will not be the last. However, assuming that the facts are as you say, a good, aggressive plaintiff's lawyer stands a good chance of filing suit and winning and getting you meaningful relief and damages. Naturally, these kinds of...Read more »
The answer depends on the reason the officers state was the reason they pulled you over. IF, and that's a big IF, the officers had no legitimate reason for the stop AND IF they admit that, the marijuana they seized should not be admitted into evidence against you. If, on the other hand, the...Read more »
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