Kathryn Hilbush's answer Honestly, it sounds to me like you and your wife need to sit down for a detailed in person consultation with an experienced family law attorney. I'm sorry but some of what you said here doesn't make a lot of sense, complicated by the lack of punctuation I suspect, but even with periods and capital letters, I still think you need to meet with an attorney instead of seeking information online about what is clearly a complicated and messy matter.
Cary B. Hall's answer Your best bet is to hire an attorney, and have him/her contact the police to find out what their intentions are with the property seized, and whether they intend to file any charges.
If you'd like to discuss this matter further, I do practice in Bucks County. Feel free to contact me offsite -- my contact information is contained in my Justia profile.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer It depends on the level of sex offender this person is. there are laws that state a sex offender cannot be around minors so check with the local police department to make sure the person is properly registered and is registered for the home the person resides in, and the level and danger to the child is any. The local police are very good at handling these issues as the sex offender is supposed to be known to them and where they reside at all times.
Zachary Divelbiss' answer Hello, this link you have attached is the generic link without any individual case information. I do not believe the site will allow you to copy and paste it with the inmates information. Feel free to send us an email with the information. Zach@Divellaw.com
Ecleynne Mercy's answer Some Counties don't provide a copy of videos to the defense attorney or the defendant. They make them come in and watch the videos in the DA's office. You can schedule with your public defender a date and time to go watch the video together. I hope this helps.
Amanda Bowden Houser's answer This is the first amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. There is nothing in there that gives you the right to beg for money (panhandling). Wanna hold a sign somewhere, go hold a sign somewhere - wanna beg for money especially aggressively and you...
Juan Ooink's answer This is something for you to discuss with your attorney. Your attorney will have all of the needed information in order to answer this question. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away. The sooner you hire an attorney the sooner that attorney can start working on the case. That attorney will move to preserve any video available, but that needs to happen right away, so do not hesitate, hire an attorney now.
Thomas A. Grossman's answer I have never heard the "3 letters and you are a tenant" rule before. Under the law there are basically 3 types of tenancies: a tenancy for years; a tenancy from period to period; and a tenancy at sufferance. If there is no written agreement with the "visitor," then he/she is a tenant at sufferance. That means that they are living there only as long as you want them to live there. The cops don't like handling these matters, so they find some excuse so that they don't have to deal with it....
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