My son had driven to the local library and had been inside for approx 20 mins. According to my friend who was sitting in her car in the parking lot she observed 2 police cars pull up and run her plates and my sons plates, which were not his. He is currently on probation. They then proceeded to... Read more »
Charged d felony theft 5-25,000$, jailed, $7500 bond, lost electrical apprenticeship, my own business name stained beyond, two years of continuances, name in paper, business fails eventually forced moved out of the county to avoiding police harassment. Public defender said entire two years the... Read more »
I have contacted them and they have told me they can't reimburse me any money back. It was a laser treatment I had purchased in advance. They charged me over $900 for 6 sessions, only 2 were completed.
If the franchiser has filed bankruptcy, all you can do is file a proof of claim. If they have not filed bankruptcy, you can go file a criminal complaint for theft by failure to make required disposition of property.
I have received my motions of discovery. My name is xxx. And that has been correct for most of the documents. But randomly xxx pops up. Even stating that "xxx is the biological father of [child name]". There is also supposed to be a physical description of me but it's to vague and... Read more »
Generally, the answer is no. Unless there is a genuine issue as to the identity of an individual in a report, document, etc., the misspelling or incorrect use of a name is considered a misnomer and will not affect the use of the documents or the outcome of a case.
Can a police officer have a no contact order with him when investigating a domestic violence report and can he arrest a person and make them sign the order before he incsrcerates. And have the judge signed the order before he books the defendant?
There is no constitutional right to drive. Driving is a privilege. That means you have to do what it takes to have the license and follow the rules. If you driver's license is suspended, you may be able to get a permit to drive to work, school, medical, lawyer, etc. You will have to visit...Read more »
It is routinely done in my city. Code enforcement demands your identification on private property, stating that if you do not comply you will be arrested and charged with obstruction of government operations.
They can surveil your property at any time. There is no expectation of privacy. A sign does not do anything for you. You say "so-called" police. If they are the real police, they can bother you a lot. Wonder why they are looking at you? Maybe get an attorney to find out.
I have Power of Attorney for My fiancé, how do I go about helping him to get a Terroristic Act that he did not commit (sealed) from his record? He did not commit the crime & the person who actually did do it, attended the hearing and testified that he did it and not my fiancé. Currently my... Read more »
If it is a misdemeanor conviction you have at least 90 days of waiting after you file for the expungement (in this case, a seal) before it is granted, if it even would be with pending charges. If it is a felony then you might have other issues you will run into that will prevent you from sealing...Read more »
I was placed on Paid Admin Leave when WM learned I have EEOC case. I've learned someone has taken my job. I can't understand how this has happened to me. I followed Code of Ethics and rules and my career is over. My boss has been reported previously. Open doored last year. I began... Read more »
You should consult an education or criminal lawyer to discuss the specific details of your case. The answer to your question will depend on who did the questioning, how the questioning was conducted, whether the minor was in custody and the minor's mental capacity. The safeguards in place for...Read more »
It depends on a lot of different factors. If you do not have a concealed carry license, are not the driver of a car that has been pulled over, are not loitering under the statute or otherwise possibly violating the law in a way that can be observed by someone else then probably not unless there has...Read more »
It's kind of a misnomer. It could refer to the Obstructing Government Operations statute where you can't falsely identify yourself, the Loitering statute where it says that if you don't identify yourself that is a factor in whether or not you are loitering, or the concealed carry...Read more »
In order for a court to issue an order, it must have jurisdiction. For example, if your husband had pending charges or was on probation, a court could possibly order rehab. Courts do not typically get involved in individuals' bad life choices. Your husband needs to be assessed and evaluated by...Read more »
A state police officer pulled me and my boyfriend over and I was pulled out of my car and questioned and sexually harassed by who I assumed was a police but was a ride along. Since every state police has to video every stop that video could prove what happened the embarrassment and humiliation the... Read more »
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