I am a 1-1 instructional aide for a high school boy with an IEP. He has a history of violence and aggression. Recently, He is out of control and has threatened to physically harm me more than once. His parents are aware and apologetic. They would like him moved to another school that specializes... Read more »
It looks like your landlord wants the premises. You should talk to a lawyer who handles landlord/tenant issues for tenants. A search on Google should give you plenty of ideas of attorneys in your city who can help you. You can also look for the county bar association in your county, they will have...Read more »
I booked myself in on 07/10/18 before requested date of 07/13/18, and on 09/28 was arressted for an warrant that was out of santa clara county for the matter i booked myself in for and somehow obtained my childs father charges on top of my 14601 that i booked myself in for. isnt that like double... Read more »
The short answer is no. Double jeopardy is being tried for the same crime twice. What you seem to be describing should be discussed with a criminal defense lawyer. If you can't afford one, the court will appoint a lawyer for you if you ask for one.
If the students at the school are minors, i.e. under age, the school may have some rights to restrict student comments relating to the school. However, adults cannot be prohibited from expressing their opinions or relating facts about the school as long as they are truthful and accurate. You should...Read more »
The employer can delay returning you to work after maternity leave ends if their economic situation is such that the employer is unable to provide you work because they have had to let go other employees, or if they can prove that their economic situation has taken a turn for the worse and can't...Read more »
Then arrested me when I said I'm going to sue their violating federal ruleing in Sept 2018 violating my constitutional rights what can I do to get reimbursed for property of value thrown away arrested for fmc 13-109 blocking sidewalk,never told what I was being detained for Miranda rights never... Read more »
Your landlord is violating the warranty of habitability. Take lots of pictures, if you are feeling sick due to the cockroaches' droppings and foul smell of the rats, go to the doctor. Do not forget to notify the management or owner of all your troubles. Ask them in writing to fix the problem....Read more »
Lawyers capable of helping you experienced in civil rights cases, unlawful employment discrimination and/or harassment can be found simply by using these as your search criteria using Google or any other search engine. Such a search will return a plethora of information helpful to you. Moreover,...Read more »
I've been denied my civils by the PD at least 30 times. How to fix this? They are just extorting me and flipping me the bird. I've paid over a $1200. Court fees. Had been harassed by the sheriff's. Had 11 cases going on in 2018. Took me to jail 2 or 3 x. I never... Read more »
I would write out in detail the issues you have and ask the judge if they would appoint a court-appointed lawyer for you........not in the PD's ofc.............your PD might even help you with that as I assume they want to conclude their representation.
Loud negative insulting statements about the case, the DA was there during these outbursts then she went inside court while these comments intimidated anyone in their presents others (witnesse's friend) came to speak to these witnesses about the case also.
Plaintiff received federal funds allocated by a nonprofit entity operating with in California. Plaintiff has a history of substantial filings of unlawful detainers since the 1980 in Alameda County. Defendant is a 100% service-Connected disabled Operation Iraqi Freedom Army Veteran who has been... Read more »
Simply put, the Federal courts have original jurisdiction in cases and controversies which raise either a federal question, or in civil cases where the parties reside in different states and the amount in controversy exceeds $75,000. A typical unlawful detainer case is between landlord and tenant...Read more »
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