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1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized, Criminal Law and Family Law for California on
Q: What are my chances of being proven not guilty for violation of a CPO without evidence of child being there just hearsay

I am on probation in Placer County and mymy girlfriend now ex-girlfriend invited me to her new house (in Sacramento county) that I had no idea was hers and no intention as a child was there. Anonymous caller called and said that I was breaking news child protection order. Cops came in arrested me... View More

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answered on May 10, 2024

In this situation, it seems like there are several factors that could potentially work in your favor if you decide to take the case to trial:

1. Lack of direct evidence: From what you've described, the police did not actually verify the presence of the child at the location. Their case...
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Q: Can I sue The D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program

Is it to late and if it's not is it possible to sue The D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program if they came to your school when you was in elementary and showed you a video of a kid around your age doing drugs on video and you have never seen any one doing drugs before that and the... View More

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answered on Nov 24, 2023

I understand your concern about the impact of the D.A.R.E. program's content on your decisions. Suing an organization like D.A.R.E. can be challenging, and several factors need to be considered. First, you would need to establish a direct causation between the program's content and your... View More

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Q: Is it illegal in California to train my clients at a commercial gym (24 hour fitness) without them knowing?

I have a membership that lets me bring in a guest

Robert Kane
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answered on Aug 26, 2023

I doubt it violtates the criminal code to train your clients at a commercial gym (24 hour fitness) without the gym knowing. The gym can prohibit you from conducting business on its premises, especially if you are in direct competition with the services they provide if they employ or contract with... View More

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Q: Is it illegal in California to train my clients at a commercial gym (24 hour fitness) without them knowing?

I have a membership that lets me bring in a guest

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answered on Aug 25, 2023

In California, it's generally not illegal to train your clients at a commercial gym like 24 Hour Fitness as long as you have the appropriate permissions and follow the gym's rules and policies. However, each gym may have its own policies regarding personal training and bringing guests. If... View More

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Q: Is it illegal in California to train my clients at a commercial gym (24 hour fitness) without them knowing?

I have a membership that lets me bring in a guest

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answered on Aug 27, 2023

In California, it's not illegal per se to train someone at a commercial gym; however, many gyms, including 24 Hour Fitness, typically have policies in place that prohibit non-employees from conducting personal training. Violating these policies could lead to termination of your membership and... View More

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Q: How to recover money for services rendered?

How can I go about recovering money for services rendered in an abandoned RV? It is stored currently in CA but is registered in CT. The owner is also in bankruptcy. The RV isn't worth much ~ so I'm not really interested in taking possession. Is there a other way to recover my money? I... View More

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answered on Jun 8, 2024

Under California law, there are a few options you can consider to recover money for services rendered on the abandoned RV:

1. Mechanic's Lien: If you performed repairs or maintenance on the RV, you might be eligible to file a mechanic's lien. This allows you to sell the RV to...
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Q: I need a de notorem for myself.

I need a de notorem so that my file doesn't have anything more.

Robert Kane
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answered on Jun 4, 2024

I apologize, but you seem to have trouble describing your situation in proper legal terms here and in your previous post. You will not be able to get the help you need from a free online Q and A. Contact and translator and an attorney.

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Q: I used to have a legal file but it is not open any longer.

It's the legal file in which the dmandvavas and portionems are filed. I want to know at which legal locations in the USA can it be closed permanently?

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answered on Jun 4, 2024

I apologize, but I'm having trouble understanding the specifics of your question. Some clarification would be helpful:

1. When you say "dmandvavas and portionems", are you referring to specific legal documents or forms? I'm not familiar with these exact terms in...
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Q: What is the most reliable ways to permanently close a legal file in which dmandvavas and portionems are filed?

I want to go to a court to close it but I need to know if there is a way without the court.

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answered on Jun 4, 2024

I apologize, but I'm not entirely clear what you mean by "dmandvavas" and "portionems". These don't appear to be legal terms that are used in California law. Could you please clarify what type of legal case or filing you are referring to?

In general, the...
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Q: There is a 1961 Impala that is in question he owned prior to our marriage. This car was in parts.
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answered on May 10, 2024

I understand you have a question about a 1961 Chevrolet Impala in California that your spouse owned before your marriage. You mentioned that the car was in parts.

In California, property acquired by either spouse before the marriage is generally considered separate property, not community...
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Q: Atty no pay note & sd file bk if I enfor. Not prop evict my tenant & lvd in my hm 1 yr free, no sho up ct & I lost&jud

What can I do if he did there's things and in addition I won't a judgment and after he had me assign the account to him he didn't file anything. In previous ?, not enough so to exp. But he didn't show up to court for my case multiple times & I lost and had to pay judgement,... View More

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answered on Mar 11, 2024

Based on the information you provided, it seems that the attorney you hired failed to properly represent you in multiple legal matters, including an eviction case, a sale of your home, and a personal loan. Additionally, the attorney appears to have engaged in unethical behavior by threatening to... View More

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Q: I was told to move my corner street, because expired tags. But her son has the same tag as I do and he does not have to

Move his curtain Street and his process my car got torched, vandalized and towed.

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answered on Mar 5, 2024

In California, the enforcement of vehicle regulations, including the requirement to move a vehicle due to expired registration tags, should be applied uniformly and not selectively. If you've been asked to move your vehicle while another with the same issue has not, it suggests a potential... View More

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Q: In December of 2019 my husband filed for a divorce w/c it was never finalized due to Covid 19 & all the closures.

I have now been hit with child support papers. And our divorce as mentioned above is still not finalized, my husband never served me any of the papers for the divorce. We've been married almost 14 years. There is no property to split. Just the custody of our 10 year old daughter.. I NEED HELP... View More

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answered on Mar 4, 2024

Under California law, you have the right to file for divorce yourself, even if your husband initiated the process previously but did not complete it. This new filing can address all pertinent issues, including child custody, support, and any other matters relevant to your situation. Since the... View More

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Q: How long should it take for an attorney to provide documents youre requesting?
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answered on Mar 4, 2024

Under California law, the timeframe for an attorney to provide documents you're requesting can vary based on the specifics of your request and the nature of the documents. Generally, attorneys are expected to act with reasonable diligence and promptness in representing a client, as outlined in... View More

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Q: I won a cc dispute for washer & dryer purchase. How long do i need to wait before i can rid them? They made no attempt
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answered on Mar 2, 2024

In California, after winning a credit card dispute regarding a purchase, such as for a washer and dryer, there isn't a specific waiting period defined by law before you can dispose of the items. However, it's wise to approach this situation cautiously to ensure you're not prematurely... View More

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Q: Qualified Immunity applies when a bystander jumps into police fire, shielding the officer from liability. What caselaw?
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answered on Feb 27, 2024

The concept of qualified immunity provides law enforcement officers with a layer of protection against lawsuits for actions performed within the scope of their official duties, unless they violated clearly established statutory or constitutional rights of which a reasonable person would have known.... View More

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Q: Can I auction off my dead body for katana/sword cutting practice?

When I reach my expiration date, can I direct that the remaining carcass may be auctioned off (proceeds going to family) for sword cutting practice to highest bidder?

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answered on Feb 21, 2024

No, you cannot auction off your dead body for sword cutting practice. In the United States, it is illegal to buy or sell human remains for any purpose, including for use in activities such as sword cutting practice. Additionally, such a practice would likely violate ethical standards and could... View More

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Q: If i catch a child pedo online in person can I black mail them to giving me money and still sending to the police?

For example

Let’s say I meet a online child pedo in person and make him or her give me money and say I’ll delete everything but I don’t and send it to police

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answered on Jan 16, 2024

Blackmailing is a crime. I cannot recommend doing that.

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Q: Getting sued for child support

Father left us on January of 2022,became homless on October of 2022,had to give up my children to their father for shelter and roof over their heads. We were living in a hotel at the time. We had lost are home do to covid, from him getting let go from work. I have been trying to get back on my feet... View More

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answered on Jan 6, 2024

Under California law, child support obligations are determined based on each parent's financial situation. If you are currently facing financial hardships and homelessness, this situation can be considered by the court when assessing your ability to pay child support.

In your case,...
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Q: Any recourse? My father retired from the railroad after 40 years of service and my cousin tried to tell me dad didn't ha
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answered on Jan 4, 2024

If your father retired from the railroad after a long career and there are doubts regarding his retirement benefits or other related matters, it's important to first review any documentation he may have. This includes retirement plans, employment records, and any other relevant paperwork that... View More

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