If someone in my home is on house arrest do the police have a right to tell everyone to go to the living room while they search my WHOLE house during a pop up inspection? This person has their own room .
In many jurisdictions, this type of behaviour by police to not permitted. Check the terms of the house arrest of your housemate. Are there terms that they agreed to that allow police to search the house? Usually, with a few limited exceptions, police only have authority to enter and search with a...Read more »
Rental agreement lapsed. Tenant was contacted 24 hr in advance via phone but the number was disconnected. Tenant claims we violated their rights. We called another resident 2 1/2hr prior and they agreed to let us in verbally.
Can statements made after the Miranda rights are read be held against you even if you are under the influence? What is a perfect caught with drugs have to have the exact nature what exact drug or exactly that it is. drug? Under the Fourth Amendment rights can a passenger be held on a traffic stop... Read more »
"Knock and talk" is not based on probable cause. It is entirely consensual. You should never allow a cop into your home without a warrant. If he entered your home without valid consent, you may have a basis for suppression of evidence seized.
I was attacked the guy swung I swung back hitting him 3x he later died from heart complications I was charged with voluntary man slaughter the guy was 6’3 330 I’m 5’10 150. I was only protecting myself from him is there anyway I can get the felony dropped because in 2013 stand ur ground was... Read more »
What is it called? I want to look up an example maybe to format mine similarly. Do I just write dear judge can you apply the extra month I served towards the bond at 20 dollars per day? Then send it to the clerk with my cause number?
You can't do that. The extra time you served is lost. What you might, perhaps, do is file a petition to modify the sentence with respect to the fine imposed. That is assuming you were assessed a fine at all.
It does not sound like your heating works. Either that or your house is uninhabitable. Landlords have a duty to provide you with a safe and habitable living space. Notify your landlord, in writing (keep a copy for yourself), via certified mail of all the issues with the house and inform your...Read more »
I received four tickets in less than 24 hour period. All in the state of Indiana. One speeding, second time speeding, possession of marijuana (little amount, and paraphernalia (one hitter). I’ve had a clean record and just turned 18. He gave me a ticket for each. Will I still have to go to court?... Read more »
strangulation. Higher then normal band requested by prosucution cause of knowing the defendant is there someone i can write the cass county judicial is playing by there own rules something needs done. They changed prosecutor but still same office still being... Read more »
We lived there for 3 years and we’re on a well that supplied water to both units of a double. The water softener was hooked up in the adjacent unit but ran to ours as well. He wants me to pay to have it cleaned. Also he is saying I have to pay for new carpet because of stains, we didn’t have... Read more »
Wear and tear from regular use is near the exact definition of normal wear and tear. Things lose value over time, get damaged and have to be repaired or maintained. This is not deductible from a security deposit or attributable to the tenant. It is the cost of renting and having a family or person...Read more »
Do the police have the right to run my car’s tags if it’s parked at a residence ? 1:30am me and my son seen 2 police cars parked and talking, witch neither one was facing the roadway nor had there lights on, they soon pulled out as I pulled into a driveway, the cop asked me about my license... Read more »
We put a deposit of 250.00 down for an apartment. We both paid for background checks...totaling 42.00. We got an eviction notice and did not pass the background check. A social security card had to be ordered so we had to wait for over a week for it to come in the mail. In the meanwhile we were... Read more »
He come said there was a warrant but didn't have it, he cuffed her, searched her pockets, didn't read her maranda rights, wouldn't tell me what the bond was he said he didn't know, put her in the front seat cuffed and drove her to the sheriff's station which is also the jail. 2 witnesses were there... Read more »
It's not an absolute that he have a copy of the warrant when he arrests her, he needs to have a good faith basis there is a warrant. If he arrested her and there was no warrant then he opens himself and the department to a law suit. An officer does not have to read a person their constitutional...Read more »
The police were called on my ex-wife because a neighbor’s kid said she hit him. They wanted to exam my 11 year old autistic son for sexual abuse when they were here. She said no but they had him take his pants off and examined him anyway, on the front porch of the apartment in plain sight of... Read more »
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