It sounds like your case is on appeal to one of the California Courts of Appeal, which is the body that hears appeals from California Superior Courts (trial courts). The California Courts of Appeal are what is called an "intermediate court of appeal," because they are above the California...Read more »
The facts here are very vague as to what is actually going on. Are you on some type of pretrial electronic monitoring? Although that would not involve cameras. Are you detained in an institution of some type? Which could very well include cameras. Try to be more specific as to your circumstances.
BECAUSE YOU HIRE A LAWYER DOESN'T MEAN YOU WILL GET OFF FROM THE CHARGES. A LAWYER FORCES THE DA TO MEET THEIR BURDEN OF PROOF. WHETHER THE CLIENT DID THE ACT OR NOT IS NOT THE ISSUE. IT IS WHETHER THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO...Read more »
If your case is on appeal to the California court of appeal, you cannot appeal to the 9th Circuit court of appeals. Appeals to the 9th Circuit must come from cases decided in the United States District Court. You should be discussing these issues with your own lawyer, that is, whoever is handling...Read more »
You should have submitted your claim prior to the deadline to do so in the class action lawsuit after the settlement was approved by the court. I was unable to find the Claims Administrator for you, but you may be able to contact the law firm which represented the plaintiffs. You can locate them by...Read more »
More specifically, would it be unconstitutional for a law to be passed by a state government that creates a new affirmative defense for certain actions taken by a defendant that is subject to a civil lawsuit?
Our Attorney did nothing but threaten and lie. He even kept fees for expert witnesses we didn't get. There is no previous case in history like this one. I've searched for 4 years. Not 1. Does there need to be a previous ? I'm trying hard to come up with Attorney fees but 1st... Read more »
Things started with neighbor whom moved out with harassment towards my family and I. A friend living across street from him then continued to do the same to us depriving us of peace in our own home. This is 24/7 and has been ongoing for over a year at least. Things have escalated, they’ve... Read more »
In order to file a lawsuit in Federal District Court, there has to be "diversity of citizenship" (meaning you live in 1 state while the defendants live in another). The amount of damages also has to be in excess of $75,000.
From what you've described, you have several...Read more »
You will need a lawyer with experience in municipal codes and the kind of administrative warrant which was served on you. And a good civil rights lawyer, preferably one who has some experience dealing with code enforcement at the local city and/or county level. These particular kinds of lawyers are...Read more »
The local police can search your property for someone else if they have a reasonable suspicion to believe the person might be present there, if they have a warrant to do the search, and in some cases even without a warrant. It depends on all the circumstances.
You can take a whole army with you, but don't be surprised that they limit the attendance. Two might work, or even three, but when you get more than that the size of the interview room becomes an issue. Be prepared when they ask you why you need so many lawyers to advise you.
2 days ago my brother told me that our dad died last March. I live in Missouri and my brother was in prison at the time.The coroner told me that our dad's mom made arrangements for everything. My father told me that there were things he was wanted me to have (pictures and a car). I'm the... Read more »
In California, the decedent’s children are the intestate heirs of the decedent and not the decedent’s parents. If dad died testate (with a Will), the beneficiaries under that Will are entitled to his property. Demand to know why your dad’s mom thinks she’s entitled to the property. If...Read more »
The incident involves State prison and correctional health executives transferring over 100 prisoners from a Covid19 Hotspot to another facility that had no Covid19 cases. I was among those at the receiving facility who then became ill as a result of that transfer. The executives acted with... Read more »
You can find many good law firms in and around Oakland and San Francisco who are experts in civil rights cases of the kind you describe. It seems you already have developed a good bit of evidence to support your case. I suggest you prepare a chronology of the events, if you haven't already...Read more »
Before you do that I suggest you contact the Disney company and get their approval before you start using images or characters based on Star Wars as the theme of your new business. You may run afoul of their copyrights or trademarks if you use direct copies of their Star Wars themes or characters....Read more »
There probably is a civil remedy available for that. You'll need a good civil rights lawyer to help you with this. I suggest you look for a law firm with a lot of civil rights law experience. You might even be a representative of a class of other claimants like yourself if the tow trucking...Read more »
by the clerk “Do to COVID-19 I cannot go and clear it until November 24, 2021. Dept. V5. In conclusion I am a victim of racial and identity profiling (Parole and Police departments), slander, police falsifying evidence, and last but not least “GANG STALK” 2 years now. I’m also a 290... Read more »
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