I assume you are asking if there is a suit. You may have a claim for hostile work environment but this is very tricky-contact a member of the Ct. Trial Lawyers Assn that handles employment issues. They give free consults.
My name is Daniel Huertas and I really need your help for the past 20 plus years the Cherokee county Georgia courts and CPS have violated neglected and ignored my rights Not only am I a sexual abuse surviver drugged and sexually abused by a Cherokee county Georgia foster parent Sherri Jo Wilkes in... Read more »
Opposing lawyer is entitled to access to your records if you are making an injury claim. You need to ask your attorney's assistance in finding a lawyer. He has to file a motion to have the Court allow him out unless you already consented.
and does the us emassy hav right to decline protection investigation fbi aledging hes submitted to jurisd of that terrorist gov despite the american has exhausted domestic remedies justice in terrorist c.
This is something you must consult with a Mississippi attorney about, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, if someone deliberately includes false information in court documents, knowing it to be false and knowing the court will rely on it, that could be a form of...Read more »
The judge sentenced my boyfriend to 3 years do 18 months if he doesn't get into the drug program, which he didn't. But his release date has the full 3 years and the court told him he needs to file a modification. He needs to know what proper case logs he could use to put in his modification.
You have several options ranging from obtaining an order of protection against harassment to filing a civil lawsuit. I recommend that you speak with an attorney to learn your legal rights and best options. When your attorney knows the facts, he or she will be able to assist you in selecting the...Read more »
The warrant was for drugs. The place of the search was a house, all outbuildings at the address, and vehicles under the control of my co-defendant. My name was not listed on the warrant and I was staying in a camper behind the house. When the police came I exited the camper and said they could not... Read more »
Until you are 18, you have to live where your parents say. If that's on a college campus or near the college and they are saying you can live there then there shouldn't be any issues. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Do I file a civil complaint against the police officer, the Deputy District Attorney, the DA's office the Federal prosecutor, the US Justice department or all the above? Violations of my civil rights were confirmed by a US District judge in the criminal phase of my case. At the end all (State and... Read more »
You need to find a really good civil rights lawyer right away. If the case is a righteous one, most good civil rights firms should be interested. I'm not familiar with good civil rights lawyers in the Fresno area, so I suggest that you contact the Fresno County Bar Association and ask for their...Read more »
Good question! But no, a civil and criminal are two different tracks. The main reason being is the vastly different burden of proof. In criminal matters, you are dealing with "beyond a reasonable doubt", which is like 90% certainty. In civil matters, you are most often dealing with preponderance of...Read more »
Her attorney told us both on 8/5/19 her next court dates were 9/9/16 & 9/16/19, we were meeting her attorney on Friday the 9th to go over her evidence. The night before the bondsman showed up to arrest her for the FTA. It's kinda confusing, he didn't arrest her, I called her attorney at home and he... Read more »
She fluttered part of the house damaged walls ceiling and doors. Good luck at state so I couldn’t feel her I think the collection agency after her and she refuses to pay. What are my options to get the money she owes over six grand? Can I sue her and Tennessee myself or should I let the credit... Read more »
You might file a Sessions suit for the Lease Breach by not paying, if you know how to serve her. If you get a Tennessee Judgment for the Rent owing, you can file it as a Judgment Lien in whatever County in Maine she lives in. I do not know how many years the Lien will be good for, but this may...Read more »
She floored part of the house damaged walls ceiling and doors. Then left the state so I couldn’t sue her. I hire a collection agency to finder her. She is refuses to pay. What are my options to get the money she owes over six grand? Can I sue her in Tennessee myself what are the rule there or... Read more »
What does the lease say about damages or venue? Your question is also confusing - did she lease property in Tennessee and move to Maine, or the other way? Typically, you sue the person where they leased the property but you will need to serve her with the lawsuit where she lives now. Here in...Read more »
Depending upon the facts and circumstances, it could potentially form the basis for appellate relief (if an appeal is still available) or a motion for relief from judgment. You should consult with an appellate lawyer to see what, if any, potential grounds for relief are available.
More details would be needed here for an attorney to respond - at least some basic information about the type of matter involved. Or if it is something you don't wish to post on a public forum, you could contact attorneys in your area directly. Good luck
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