People try to kiss and handle my daughter all the time in public because they love babies and think she’s adorable I ask them to back away and they get really mad with me. If they try to come back anyways I sometimes have to shove them away. What’s the legal standing on people attempting to... Read more »
You'd have to check with an Indiana attorney on this, as to how the kiss or touch could be defined under state penal codes or civil laws. But your post remains open for four weeks. By textbook definition, one could argue that the conduct amounts to battery, but in terms of viability, it doesn't...Read more »
I was charged with 2 felonies. Possession of marijuana and distribution. Happened in February of 2018. In my plea agreement that I signed it said my felony charges were to be moved down to misdemeanor after I did one year probation and 40 hours community service. I completed both things and... Read more »
You could repost in the Probate and Estate/Planning sections here. Attorneys who practice in that area would have the most insight into your situation. It would be helpful if you structured your post in the form of a question. Also, there is no need to include any personal information about...Read more »
..I've been yanked around in court...and Eve. Charged with driving without ever reviewing a license...when I infact DO have them ,they r just suspended...I even took papers from the DMV stating I have them...and they don't do anything about it..You
This is something that an Indiana attorney could advise you best on, but your question remains open for three weeks. You may be correct about being defamed. However, you should keep this in mind. These cases can be costly, and attorneys do not necessarily handle them on a one-third contingency...Read more »
My grandmother just past and left her house and all assets to me and my two sisters. My great Uncle was made the executor of her will. He is firm in his belief that everything has to be liquidated, that he has already had them appraised and had a yard sale without our knowledge. We have asked for... Read more »
Part of your question might have gotten left off in uploading. If you could repost with additional details (do not include personal information), that might enable an Indiana attorney to meaningfully assess the matter. Good luck
Indiana Code sections 16-36-1.7-0.5 to 16-36-1.7-5 deal with Psychiatric Advance Directives, including requirements to execute a directive as set forth in Indiana Code section 16-36-1.7-2. You can view these and other Indiana Code sections online using this website:...Read more »
Both occupants were home when warrant was served for specific items to be obtained, but only one of the two received a copy. 11 days have passed and still no knowledge of what was removed from the home, but two specific items missing from home had nothing to do with the investigation. Feels as... Read more »
The Search Warrant should have a case number at the Clerks Office, the police would also file a Return of Search Warrant detailing the items removed. The return is to be filed in the same case as the search warrant
I am joint owner of a house in Indiana via a quit claim deed that states "joint tenants with rights of survivorship". The other joint owner who is my grandma is now in a nursing home and has severe dementia. My aunt took power of attorney over her healthcare and has filed a lawsuit against me in my... Read more »
If the deed is to you and your grandmother as joint tenants with right to survivorship, you own half of the property (the house and lot) and your grandmother owns half of the property. That's called an undivided interest because each of you has equal rights to the entire property. Indiana law...Read more »
A male officer follows a female perpetrator in a high speed chase which takes him miles. Upon apprehending the female, the nearest female officer is ten miles away and involved in another arrest. Is the male officer required to simply wait before he can ensure the female perp is not carrying any...Read more »
Based on the limited facts here, I don't suspect that there was a violation of confidentiality here. You posted this under Personal Injury. If you are the plaintiff in a personal injury case, your lawyer would provide your medical records to opposing counsel as a normal course of action. It's part...Read more »
Opposing lawyer is entitled to access to your records if you are making an injury claim. You need to ask your attorney's assistance in finding a lawyer. He has to file a motion to have the Court allow him out unless you already consented.
The judge sentenced my boyfriend to 3 years do 18 months if he doesn't get into the drug program, which he didn't. But his release date has the full 3 years and the court told him he needs to file a modification. He needs to know what proper case logs he could use to put in his modification.
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 »
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