Dcs removed children from parent but parent has not been interviewed or allowed to state facts before court was given the PPH report an children remain in dcs physical custody and stipulations for reunification have been given without the parent being allowed to defend themselves.
In Arizona, due process and civil rights are crucial elements in child custody cases involving the Department of Child Safety (DCS). If children are removed from a parent's care and the parent is not given an opportunity to present their side of the story before the court makes decisions, this...View More
I’m in Arizona, an individual was removed from my home due to domestic violence and an order of protection was placed. A civil standby was just conducted and belongings were left behind. How long do I have to keep her stuff on my property?
In Arizona, after a civil standby is conducted due to an order of protection, there are specific guidelines regarding how long you must hold onto the belongings of the individual who was removed. The law generally expects you to keep these belongings for a reasonable period, allowing the person...View More
Since a motion is a pleading or request that can be denied, is there a type of filing more appropriate? A Notice? Don't want to be rude of course, just clearly get the point across that the rules are clear. To me, a failure to follow the rules is grounds for a complaint to the Commission on... View More
emt's worked on my wife's eyes for half an hour and wanted to take her to the hospital. the cops wanted to arrest my wife and the assailant. its a tactic to not have to do any work. the racist hispanic cop took my id to run it (why?) he came back with a hostile attitude. I'm a felon,... View More
In your situation, where your wife was assaulted by a tenant and the responding law enforcement officers' actions were questionable, there are several steps you can take. First, it's important to document everything: the assault, the treatment your wife received from the EMTs, the...View More
I have a Case opened with HUD and the Attorney General, but they take time to review and investigate. I want to break my lease ASAP as since I moved in 7 months ago the office staff and management refuse to respond or acknowledge my ADA accommodation request. It is affecting my mental health and... View More
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), landlords are required to make reasonable accommodations for tenants with disabilities. If your landlord is not responding to your requests for ADA accommodations, this could be considered a violation of your rights under the ADA.
Well back in 2021 my now ex sister in law went down to Mesa Superior Court and filed an order and protection on me and she put her 2 kids but she also put my son( 14 at the time) on the order of protection as well..
She went down to the court and gave false... View More
Brittany, it sounds like you're facing a challenging and complex legal situation. If you have been wrongfully arrested and are facing jail time for something you didn't do, it's crucial to take immediate legal action.
The first step should be to consult with a criminal...View More
In Arizona, as in the rest of the United States, the legality of surveillance, including remote neural monitoring or the use of advanced surveillance systems, is subject to strict legal standards and privacy laws. Generally, such surveillance by a town government or any government entity without a...View More
Our daughter started middle school and she is blind and autistic. Fun loving and loves school she has been harassed and bullied from day one being called "blind b****" "you deserve the death penalty" and others for 3 months and now today a physical threat of "im going to... View More
I'm really sorry to hear about your daughter's difficult situation at school. It's crucial to address this issue promptly. First, document any incidents of bullying or harassment thoroughly, including dates, times, locations, and individuals involved. Keep copies of all...View More
I did have lights front and back as he's searching my fanny pack the other officer said I fit the description that was given earlier. I did not fit the description I was just on a bicycle in the area actually I was headed directly to the crime scene so and headed toward the police cruisers the... View More
Hi! I am a high school student who is trying to record my teacher being verbally hostile towards me. I went to my principle and asked if I could record my teacher doing these things, She said it would be inappropriate use of an electronic device. And that she can't do anything about it.... View More
It's essential to approach this matter with caution. While your intent to document inappropriate behavior is understandable, bypassing school rules could lead to disciplinary action. Instead of directly recording, consider documenting each incident in writing, noting date, time, and details....View More
It depends on the reason the company gave for your separation. If they told you that you were being released due to your health and age, then you may have a legal claim against them if you were still able to perform the essential functions of your position.
"The four corners rule" in the context of search warrants refers to the legal principle that a judge should only consider the information contained within the four corners of the affidavit - that is, the written document itself - when determining whether there is probable cause to issue...View More
I have a friend who files for disability through social security. She is 63 years old and has chronic pain and health problems. She is making the lowest wage in a small business and is continuously discriminated through the company. She is harassed about not being able to use technology as well as... View More
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does provide protection against discrimination for individuals with disabilities, and this may include those receiving Social Security Disability benefits. Your friend may be able to take legal action if she believes she has been discriminated against due...View More
In the United States, a minor who is being charged with a crime generally has the right to have a parent or attorney present during questioning. This is to ensure that the minor's rights are protected and that they are not coerced into making statements that could incriminate them....View More
Trailers, van and Harley towed for safe keeping after arrested at campsite for misdemeanor ticket..BLM requested the tow knowing I would be back in less then 24 hrs..as the Sheriff said it was just protocol and I would be self released once processed.
There are generally laws that allow for government agencies to impound vehicles for safekeeping, but the specifics can vary by state and agency. Typically, the agency is required to provide notice to the owner of the vehicle and to provide an opportunity for the owner to retrieve the vehicle. If...View More
This has been bothering me more lately than usual as I am now homeless and have to feed myself and my dog with no money. I just cannot see how it is a legitimate per view of government to, in essence, require an individual to have the monetary capacity to feed themselves which is a basic human... View More
The requirement for a license to hunt or fish is based on the principle of conservation and management of wildlife resources. Hunting and fishing licenses help fund wildlife management and conservation efforts, such as habitat restoration, research, and education. Without these funds, it would be...View More
This came after I threatened my ex to have my son's mouth fixed because he had a mouthful of bad teeth. She took him from Utah to Colorado and left him with his half sister whom he had never met and she filed for emergency guardianship due to neglect. All of which was taking place without my... View More
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