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 »
Of course it depends on your jurisdiction, but often the court does not require a written motion. You can simply ask your attorney to notify the court or you can notify the court that you would like a Marsden Hearing. The court will need to clear out the entire courtroom except you, your attorney,...Read more »
He can request a Marsden Hearing where the judge will talk to him and find out if there has been a breakdown in the attorney- client relationship such that he no longer has trust in the lawyer's abilities to defend him. If the court agrees, new counsel would be appointed. He needs to be...Read more »
So I was 17 and he was 31 when it started. I thought it was fine but there were red flags, I know I could call this in because I was used but I’m afraid of getting in legal trouble too, I didn’t know his card was stoll on my Amazon prime and ended up using it to make a large purchase (I was... Read more »
Your PO can ask for them but that doesn't mean you have to turn them over. Your wife has a right to privacy in her medical records and also HIPAA and the CMIA (Confidentiality of Medical Information Act) protects such records from disclosure.
You should speak with a local Criminal Law attorney. Do not post any more on a public website. As the step parent, if you are aware of sexual abuse, you could be exposed to a number of kinds of problems, unless you take actions to stop the abuse, which may include reporting the brother to the...Read more »
I am writing this on behalf of my partner who is currently on a 5150 hold. A couple nights ago he had a psychotic breakdown and crashed his car and broke into a church. He had been drinking at the time. I most of the ordeal filmed and he is clearly having a schizophrenic episode. Talking to... Read more »
My ex spouse receives payments from a company that pays both of us. I just learned that she used my social security number for her payments. We are currently in court for another matter. Through discovery I was able to see years of her 1099s. All of hers have my social security number instead of... Read more »
the situation is and I’ve been charged with financial Elder abuse I have also been charged with GTA for driving my grandpa’s truck is it always have as well as a restraining order against me the underlying issue however is I have a cousin who is threatened by myself and my children were in we... Read more »
I was sitting in my vehicle talking on my phone and a Sheriff officer came up to me proceeded to tell me that I had search and seizure and to step out of my vehicle I've never met the Sheriff before and he's never id'd me so how would he know that I had search and seizure and is that legal
Valid search terms allow an officer to search an individual any time, any where, with or without cause. If the officer ran your license plate and you matched the description of the registered owner that could be valid. Whether or not that happened would be an issue to look further into.
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