I (we) have reached out to many people about this. Other tenants have been to the mayor ,sheriff and health department as a group. No one will come. Not even a bad area. We are right beside an elementary school. The Health Department wont come just this week after a year of calling did I finally... Read more »
If your apartment is uninhabitable and you have made the landlord aware and the landlord has failed to improve conditions and make the home habitable then you are allowed to break the lease and move. If you get sued by your former landlord for breaking the lease you will have a recognized defense....Read more »
I made a comment about our government leaving K9’s in Afghanistan. Military k9’s. My comment was “ it would be more humane to have put a bullet in their head than leave them to starve or be tortured by Isis. “
They banned me stating I was promoting hate or violence?
Because Facebook is not a government entity they cannot violate your first amendment right to freedom of speech. You can make an internal appeal with Facebook to argue your post did not violate their policies. They use computer bots to monitor content, but often on an appeal a human doing the...Read more »
But he got the better plea offer than me on intent with distribute case an it was his car an not mine plus I never seen any drugs or held any drugs what so ever. Why would he get better plea deal I have clean record he don't. Does that mean he blamed most likely
Plea agreements among codefendants are negotiated separately so they may not be all the same. However, most prosecutors will attempt to treat similarly-situated codefendants in a similar manner. It's difficult to say why your deal is different from the codefendant, but the skill of the defense...Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could reach out to attorneys in your area who handle defamation cases. As a GENERAL matter, these types of cases are not usually handled on a contingency basis like a car accident - which means that regardless of...Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry you're still awaiting a response, but this forum isn't set up for attorneys to reach out to help you - you have to reach out to them. This is only a Q & A Board, not an attorney referral...Read more »
We all have a right of privacy, which includes our "right of publicity." However, if your image was taken while you were in a public place, and/or your image was only briefly shown, it will be much harder to assert your claim. Please consult with an IP/privacy attorney to fully assess your rights.
Gave a business $2900 to order parts for my car. Decided afterwards i no longer wanted the work done.. owner of the business said that was fine, and he would return me my money when he refunded the parts.. he refunded the parts and got the money back but the bank supposedly froze his bank account..... Read more »
It can actually be both. Since no work was done and he converted your money into his money and you got nothing for it, then that can be construed as Theft by Deception 1st, a class B Felony since he has taken your money and not returned. Talk to the police or sheriffs office in your county about...Read more »
You have all the rights. Do not let him bully you into seeing her and possibly hurting her. You do not have to let him see her and it is bad for you if you do, knowing what he does. Go to DHR and sign up for child support. They do not do visitation nor custody. He will have to get a lawyer to get...Read more »
If you are a lawful permanent resident, authorized to work, or a U.S. Citizen, then the answer is likely no. The challenge is that you must contact an attorney, who handles civil rights matters in Alabama to discuss the violation of your civil rights based upon the legal decisions in the Eleventh...Read more »
Rent the lot it was already on but a different person owns the lot. Well the person I bought my mobile home from left his camper trailer on the lot I am renting and everytime I ask him about having it moved he lies to me and tells me hes going to have it moved the following week. Well everytime... Read more »
You should be able to get it back fairly quickly if they are through processing it. I assume it was used in the commission of a crime and that’s why they have it. Once they have processed it you will be able to get it back.
Military Veterans rights violated? I listed a computer for sale on a local website in NC. An individual contacted me to purchase the computer. While the individual was at my house to look over the computer, he told me of his suspicion that I might be a scammer. Then he said he worked for the... Read more »
Probably not. If you read this provision (also known as the Bill of Rights for Mental Health Patients), it does not appear to contain any mandatory language. It is merely a RECOMMENDATION from Congress to the states of what the states "SHOULD" do to provide for rights and treatment of...Read more »
I wrote up a contract stating terms and conditions payment date and total amount owed we both signed but had no witness or notary is this contract legal and how can I get my fourwheeler back since we are no longer friends and I have someone willing to get it out of my name and in theirs.
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