Prior to that the owners had died and told my mom she could have the house because she cared for them when they needed help for shopping and healthcare. I have keys to the home and have painted inside and put a wood floor down and was in process of roof repair. But last week the house was boarded... Read more »
It does not appear that you have any legal or equitable interest in the property. You did not mention taxes being paid by you or any type of deed conveyance. In fact it looks like you do not even have possession which a new owner would have to evict you from. Adverse Possession cannot be filed...Read more »
Someone reported me for recording a video of their property(not proven). I tell them my address and that I live nearby. But I feel threatened and refuse to provide anymore of my information (show id or whatnot) as the cops hadn’t identified themselves. And then arrest me for obstruction. Is it... Read more »
Not that I’m going to or want to I just started thinking wow I’ve had a long week at work I think imma have a few beer when I get off but then I thought oh yeah I need to adjust my scope and that’s how I come up with the question . But I was just wondering say I had a few beers and been... Read more »
Your private property may be in a city that makes discharging a firearm in the city limits illegal. Plus, in some or residential neighborhoods, covenants prevent such activities due to disruption of the neighbors due to loud noises.
She originally had her Ring camera aimed directly at my door, blatantly filming me and my bf whenever we opened our door and recorded directly into my unit. Since my initial complaint she has redirected her video down the hall, however, it is still up, against our CC&Rs (Architectural... Read more »
From a cursory perspective, yes your neighbor would be violating Georgia’s eavesdropping statute, however more information is needed before a definitive answer can be provided. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
He was left with 70% nerve damage to ear after helping outside electrician. They both were hit with a large amount of electricity. My brother was thrown back several feet and knocked unconscious. The electrician was taken to hospital, my brother was not. He was just taken to doctor yesterday after... Read more »
The best step could be for you to reach out to attorneys to determine what type of coverage he would be entitled to. Most attorneys who handle injury claims would offer a free initial consult. Some might tell you that they would need to speak with him directly, but hopefully, some would offer you...Read more »
In June 2015, Walmart security took me to the back room where I was belittled, and accused of shoplifting, but they couldn’t find anything that I had supposedly stolen, so I stood up to leave, but was shoved back into the seat and sat on by one young man while another twisted my left arm around... Read more »
I was jumped by 6 people outside of a bar, police came in and made everyone leave. I was beaten badly so I went to the hospital where an officer came and took statements from me and my girlfriend because she was struck in the head aswell by those guys. They contacted her mother without her consent... Read more »
My name was forged in paperwork signing my rights away of my child to a complete stranger hours away. He has since been adopted and idk what to do or how I can get my baby back. This has been going on for 2 years almost and I reached out to several law enforcement agencies to try and find my baby... Read more »
I live alone in a rural area and filed a report against neighbors whose dogs have repeatedly entered my property, killing and injuring my animals. The deputy that came to my home began following me on social media the next day using information he gathered during official business to search for me... Read more »
The answer is yes, you absolutely have constitutional rights even while under a criminal investigation. It is extremely important to contact an attorney, even in this early stage, who can assist you and ensure your rights are not violated.
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A review of the lease is necessary before an accurate answer can be provided. In most cases, a new owner does not have to honor the former lease. However, there are tenant rights that must be afforded to you. For these reasons, it is best to contact an attorney.
You can file a police report; it is your right to do so. Secondly, you can file a Temporary Protective Order. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances, especially if you are receiving no assistance and push back from the local police department....Read more »
I'm in Forsyth County and this ongoing issue and the sherriffs dept not enforcing our parenting plan, has led to severe damage to our child, alienation from me, emotional, psychological and more legal and financial strain and abuse (control) due to me filing contempt. He suesxme for custody.... Read more »
Whether an officer elects to file a charge for criminal interference with custody is unfortunately a case by case decision. Another option that you have is to file a warrant application for the interference, which will put that decision before a judge to determine whether there is probable cause...Read more »
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