Kevin M Rogers' answer Your defense is not good unfortunately. Short of getting a signed confession rom the person who lifted the bar that allowed the dogs to escape, I’m afraid that you’re absolutely 100% liable.
Daniel John Christensen's answer I am sorry to hear about your experience. I would suggest you contact a Board-Certified Criminal lawyer as soon as you can. We are Board Certified lawyers, however, we handle personal injury matters. If we can ever help you, please feel free to give us a call. 512-888-9999. Good luck.
Louis George Fazzi's answer Contact the local police department, which probably has the contract with the towing company. Explain that you need assistance keeping the peace while you attempt to recover your property. Bring your vehicle registration with you, unless everything proving your ownership is in the car. In that event, notify the police of that fact and request that they accompany you when you go to the towing company to recover your property, letting them know that all your ownership documents are in the car and...
Donald C Eby's answer This could be complicated, I recommend that you at least spend some time with an attorney to review your title work and other documents to assess the validity of your defense prior to going before the court.
Louis George Fazzi's answer You have the right to review and make copies of the contents of your personnel file pursuant to the provisions of the State of California Labor Code. To the extent that the report of the investigation resulting from the complaint you made is in your personnel file, you have the right to request an opportunity to review it. Even if the report is not in your personnel file, since you made the complaint you should be able to review the results of the investigation.
Timur Akpinar's answer You could additionally post this in the Criminal Law section. Criminal law attorneys would be able to provide more meaningful input on the issues mentioned here than personal injury attorneys would.
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Charles M. Baron's answer You question is vague, but you seem to be wondering if you can seek compensation from anyone for being arrested, jailed, and prosecuted. For compensation from law enforcement authorities, the answer is yes, IF there was no probable cause for the arrest and/or no probable cause for the prosecution. However, in almost all cases that go to criminal court trial, the probable cause exists; otherwise, the case likely would never have made it that far. Probable cause means there are facts that...
Brent T. Geers' answer Ordinarily you are under no obligation to go and talk with the police, regardless if your mom told them you would. Whether it's in your best interest to do so should be discussed in depth with an attorney before talking with the police.
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