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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Kentucky on

Q: How can I get a Lawer to Help me file a lawsuit on a police officer in our town.

Everyone is Scared of Him. He got fired from the Sheriffs Station. and Now works for the City

Timothy Denison answered on May 21, 2019

Check with your local bar association. They keep a list of local attorneys available to help.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: Whats the age in Ky to give blood without parents consent ?

Timothy Denison answered on Mar 27, 2019

Eighteen (18).

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Legal Malpractice for Kentucky on

Q: The attorney and court orders are full of provably false statements and done by the attorney to defraud me out of rights

they have filed fraudulent documents with lies and n devoid of all necessary documents to set support and have extorted me out of over 1,000 of my personal Social Security and Have madenumerous perjured statement to deny me my right

Timothy Denison answered on Mar 10, 2019

You need to hire your own attorney immediately.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Business Law and Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: about harassment in 2016 that im still effected by today.

Back in 2016 my mother had got tires/rims from a shop in KY and she was 1 month behind on her payment and they back then had called me over 100 times on my phone, no lie. They would call and re dial to the point i could not call out and they did this for hours. Now when the phone rings i get sick... Read more »

Timothy Denison answered on Feb 23, 2019

You would need the records of the calls or some sort of proof that the calls were actually made. The statute of limitations may have also run.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Civil Rights and Juvenile Law for Kentucky on

Q: How can I file Immediate entitlement when cps doing everything to keep kids away violating my rights. And what items to

Timothy Denison answered on Feb 7, 2019

You need to hire a family practitioner to represent you in the dependency case and if unsuccessful, then file suit against them in circuit court.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: I strongly believe I was tracked through a telephone system set up in jail when my son was arrested I then was arrested

My public defender said I was going to stir up horretts nest but what of my four admendents I need lawyer to speak with please help I'm in small town jail or and deputy who arrested me are buddies town so small

Timothy Denison answered on Feb 1, 2019

If you’re referring to the existing phone system in most jails, all those calls are recorded. If they recorded you on that system, you’re probably out of luck bc tecording notices are posted everywhere. If you are referring to some other telephone system or recording, further information is... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Business Law, Civil Rights and Gov & Administrative Law for Kentucky on

Q: I visited my fiance at Muhlenberg Detention Center, I was told my pictures were to racy because my cleavage showed.

Now when I go to visit, the front office clerk makes me take my jacket off to determine if I can take my jacket off or if I have to zip it up. I post picture of myself on social media with the same clothes on, they're not distasteful at all. I have children so I wouldn't put myself on there if I... Read more »

Timothy Denison answered on Jan 27, 2019

Bottom line, visiting an inmate is a privilege, not a right, and corrections has pretty wide latitude in enforcing their rules and regs. There’s no real good end in a case like this, bc there’s no money and no damages. Although you won’t like this answer, safest route is dressing like it... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Divorce and Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: Wife came to my work place took Rv I was living in since she filed a epo

Timothy Denison answered on Jan 23, 2019

Nothing you can do about it until a divorce is filed bc the EPO is against you, not her.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Kentucky on

Q: Can custody orders be vacated that was never served or even given notice?

Upon discovery of petition and orders concerning my biological son, I filed a motion CR 59.05 to vacate and for sole custody. Due to pending marijuana charge on the day of hearing to vacate, I was advised to enter into an agreed order till charges were dropped. Attorney set motion to vacate in... Read more »

Timothy Denison answered on Jan 13, 2019

You can file your own motion to vacate.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: If mom dies an leaves a will staying that half her estate goes to the kids then dad remarrys would she be able to take

The kids inheritance and would she get all or what percentage if the dad dies

Timothy Denison answered on Dec 18, 2018

The kids would get their inheritance when mom dies and dads later remarriage is irrelevant.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Education Law for Kentucky on

Q: If reason for reapplying to take a semester in a college nursing program is based solely on an established disability

not previously documented with that college, is it a violation of that student’s rights if the nursing committee denies all applicants without reviewing any reapplications, including the student with the disability? (Said disability was documented with college at the time of application for... Read more »

Timothy Denison answered on Dec 11, 2018

No. Not if they are all denied.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: Do I have a suit against The Cabinet and/or my ex for a pending case where my daughter has been removed from his home?

My daughter's father has neglect and abuse charges against him and the cabinet is trying to use a completely separate case to keep my daughter from being put in my custody. There were false sexual abuse claims made against a minor in my home. State tried to make me sign papers stating I admit the... Read more »

Timothy Denison answered on Nov 23, 2018

More information is needed to completely assess but my initial assessment is no.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: On My 18 birthday I want to move out my parents house n on family member can i do this at any time on my birthday can I

my mom says I cant cause i'm still in school.

Can I by laws in the state of KENTUCKY?

I'll be 18 that day in Nov.

I'm still in school but even with me moving in with a family member i will still be going to same school.

Timothy Denison answered on Oct 23, 2018

Yes. As soon as you turn 18, you can oive wherever you choose.

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: Hi I'm 18 and I want to move out of parents n in with aunt and uncle and cousin mom says no can I do this by laws in ky.

My mom keeps telling me no but from what I have researched I can do this in the state of ky

Timothy Denison answered on Oct 21, 2018

No. You cannot without your parents permission unless you are emancipated in a court of law.

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Q: Can a police officer enter my yard at my home through a shut gate when yard is enclosed by fence without warrant?

Privacy fence is across the front that faces the road and all the way down one side. Woven wire is on the rest. Yard is totally enclosed. I should be protected by the Curtilage Law.

Timothy Denison answered on Oct 19, 2018

He can enter and approach the house, but he cannot search without permission or s warrant.

3 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Civil Rights and Collections for Kentucky on

Q: Got a judgement in the mail saying ordered and adjudged what does that mean?

Does this mean garnishment?

Timothy Denison answered on Oct 9, 2018

Ordered and adjudged means “ordered.” It does not mean garnishment directly but it could give rise to a garnishment.

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Kentucky on

Q: if a minor gives you something can the parents take it back or get the police to take it back or get you in trouble ?

Timothy Denison answered on Sep 19, 2018

Yes. The minor has no status to give and receive property if his parents oppose the gift.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Civil Rights for Kentucky on

Q: Can child protective services enter ur home and come in if a child opened the door

Timothy Denison answered on Sep 16, 2018

No. Not unless you gave them permission.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Small Claims for Kentucky on

Q: Is it legal for the house arrest guy to refuse to put on my house arrest bracelet after the judge ordered it.

Because he was mad at me because of something someone said that I said about him which was not true so therefore he refused to come and get me because he was mad at me

Timothy Denison answered on Sep 9, 2018

No. It is a dereliction of duty and punishable by contempt if the judge ordered it and he fails to do it.

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