I called dispatch and gave my name. I then created an anonymous email account and contacted city council. A police officer wrote back (CCing the city council) and addressed me by name, which was given to police dispatch. is this legal? I feel that I’ve been targeted unfairly and the officer had... Read more »
I live in an area that has serious traffic issues. I created an anonymous email account to contact city council about this. I also called the police a lot about this and gave my name to the dispatch center. In an email response from the police that included the city council, my name was used. Is it... Read more »
I'm currently in Canada (Québec) on a long-term visitor's permit; I've been here for 6 months and I'll be here for at least another 3. I do not hold a work or study visa, and I have no resident status, but I do hold a lease. I'm a US citizen and my prior and long-time... Read more »
My personal device was breached (empirical data available) I am licensed and work in the financial sector and, it is plausible and likely that some of my clients sensitive data could have been compromised as well. I know the implications on the FIN REG side. I need to know what my next move is.... Read more »
The opposing party's attorney (a personal friend of theirs) has called, emailed and texted me demanding copies of documents that the court clerk can provide from a past hearing. They called me 6 times in the course of a few hours... would this qualify as harassment? Can I do anything?... Read more »
It appears that you are in Texas, but are asking questions of California lawyers. We are not qualified to answer questions about Texas law. If you are in California, and are representing yourself, it is quite normal for the opposing attorney to contact you, especially if you have documents...Read more »
Two women slammed into my car in the drivethru and yelled when I said there were scratches. they begin to threaten to attack me if I kept yelling back at them. Then they insisted that I was racist and started recording me saying they don't care when I told them to stop. They have a hit and run... Read more »
The team of moderators singles me out for ridiculous things, banning me, and allowing other users to harass me, by not holding other users to a similar standard. The website has 1 paid employee, and the moderation team is made up of volunteers. The organizational structure is set up so that if you... Read more »
Unless you are being discriminated against based on your age, race, ethnic origin, nationality, disability, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation, etc., then there is no legal remedy for people being mean to you. Take your business elsewhere.
Wife was molested 4 years throughout highschool by a man who was unofficially her step father, now that he is out of prison they have had their run ins at stores and such and the second run in he kept asking her for a hug and sent her into a panic attack, is he allowed to have contact with her at... Read more »
You should take her to court and get civil harassment restraining orders against the woman. You do not need a lawyer to do this. You can get the civil harassment forms from the California courts website. http://www.courts.ca.gov/forms.htm Where it says “select a category“ select civil...Read more »
One of their representatives reported my phone lost/stolen and switched my phone number to a phone that does not work. The issue here is, I did not ask the representative to do any of that and I have no idea why they changed anything in regards to the phone number they did. Sprint admitted the... Read more »
Why you marked 'workers compensation' is a mystery... that said, make a clear itemized written demand to Sprint that Sprint's Breach of Contract resulted in each loss. Leave out your 'feelings'. (Nobody will ever care about any 'feelings'.) Give the vice...Read more »
Contract that we both agreed on and the job was complete. The owners think they were getting a different product that was in the 1st proposal instead of the product in the last proposal. I don't think the designer showed or read over the new proposal since the contract total was the same. The... Read more »
Your question raises several issues, which you should be prepared to discuss in a lawyer consultation. Of course, the lawyer will want to see the proposal and all written communications. Does the proposal contain an attorney fees clause? A mediation and/or arbitration clause? Did you have...Read more »
Ask Justia to take down your email. You can file a complaint with Human relations, but unlikely that they will take it down.Help support groups like Latino Rebels that through parody, satire, and dissing have gottencorps to modify their ad programs.
Party A has 2 restraining orders against party B. Civil and criminal. Party B would like to see the dog for their birthday. Both party A and B are communicating through party C regarding party B being able to see the dog. Party A whom filed the restraining order has agreed to allow party B to meet... Read more »
If the restrained party breaks the restraining order, that can be considered a violation of the order and possibly charged as a misdemeanor. Contacting the protected party through a 3d party can be considered a violation of the RO. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of...Read more »
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