I had surgery to repair one umbilical hernia and two inguinal hernias. A day and a half later I experienced suspected testicular torsion and went to the Bakersfield Adventist Health ER. This hospital is contracted to provide medical to Kaiser Permanente Health Insurance subscribers, and I am one.... Read more »
You can dress this up to look like a civil rights suit, but it will always be medical malpractice, and therefore subject to the caps on general damages of $250K. Additionally, you must articulate some definite and quantifiable damage you suffered as a direct and proximate result of the delay in...Read more »
A power of attorney is a document that allows you to appoint a person or entity to oversee and manage your affairs. In order for a power of attorney to be legally binding, in most states you must sign and have notarized an original power of attorney document that specifies exactly what powers your...Read more »
We would like to know what we are able to do, he has been in custody for over 10 years. His name is Nathan L. Preston. He was severely abuse as a child, sold for drugs by his mother. My mother said that when he was going to trial it was like he was not even aware of what he had done. He has... Read more »
You need to consult with a good criminal defense lawyer immediately. You will need to obtain all the information relating to the crime with which he was charged, especially the case number for the case that went to trial. You should also talk to the attorney who represented him at trial....Read more »
I’m 13 and I just want to know if it’s legal for my school to search my stuff. I consider it unreasonable, so to me it violates the fourth amendment to the constitution. Also I think it’s a violation of the 1st amendment because freedom of speech and expression.
As a minor, your rights under the constitution of the United States of America have not fully matured yet. Your rights until you turn 18 years old flow through your parents. Yet you do have rights against unreasonable search and seizure of your personal items. However, since the thing you borrowed...Read more »
Regardless of my stupid drunk comments, spitting, and being a total jackass how is it that an officer has no consequences for punching me in the face cutting my nose and giving me a black eye? I was SEATED AND CUFFED TO A CHAIR!! YET I am threatened with a felony
for 12 years I had to meet strict guidelines of how I used or didn't use paid time off,I was not compelled to use my time if I choose not too,save it,use it I decided I was not forced too, even if I called out ill, I still decided if it was used or not...on my behalf, paid or not paid........
Your employer cannot compel, or force, you to use your vacation time if you are otherwise entitled to sick leave. Vacation time is yours, and you cannot be compelled to use it for anything other than vacation time. If you get sick, then use your sick time. That is what it is for.
You should start by consulting an employment lawyer who represents employees only, if the matter is related to your work. Otherwise, you have not provided enough detail for me to try to refer you to a different kind of attorney. You can go to the San Joaquin County Bar Association's lawyer referral...Read more »
In order to be evicted, you must be given a notice to vacate with a specific time frame identified in the notice. If you have not been given such a notice, it is doubtful you are being evicted. Without more information, however, it is difficult to give better advice.
A man who was previously convicted in his first and last name in a state other than where he resided, had an established residency the state of California where his married spousal successfully changed his name to something other than what he was convicted as then triumphed himself out of the... Read more »
We told the attorney but during the trial he told the judge that we want 5 years and we thought once that is granted what we stated on the application for restraining order will be granted. It was after that the attorney reported that only 5 years was granted and nothing else by the judge. Could we... Read more »
Days b4 "John's" controlling charge was dismissed due 2 PD violating his 4th Amendment Right "Illegal Search & Seizure"... C.O.'s searched ONLY ONE cell occupied by 2 inmates "John & Doe", But Only "John" was charged (pc4502)... Report says weapon referred 2 as a "Dagger" (but really a County... Read more »
I live in an apartment in Anaheim California. The lease is weekly and required to pay by week and it up to a month in advance. I have been stalked and harassed and now the entire ceiling in my closest is saturated with water and brown mold in ceiling. The carpet is wet and my belongings on on the... Read more »
Hi there, I’m the victim. I got temporary restraining orders against someone. And court hearing is this month .. I don’t want pursue .I want to dismiss or drop the case.. what happens if I don’t show up in the court..I just have one question, the judge wouldn’t take any actions against me... Read more »
It is your case to pursue or not. It is totally up to you. The judge is not likely to take any action against you if you decide to drop the case. Unless you are being intimidated by someone into dropping the case, or are being pressured by someone to withdraw your case, that may be a different...Read more »
So incompetent not sober I read the law book caljic3.31.5 illegal. I got evidence proof not sober criminal history. They were all seeking advantage of me white collar crime. Ability to suspend their bar licences at the state bar of ca?
To another co and left there I was then told to return to county I left for safety I have flat out been denined any help my order was filed with co clerk . And I was told it was active I have a five year order 2018 to 2023
I would love to help you but you didn't provide enough information to help me assess your situation. Please provide more details if you want help. I need a complete chronology of events, from the beginning up to today. Who did what to whom, when, and where did it happen. Name all the witnesses and...Read more »
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