Normally, if you can be identified as a possible member in a class action lawsuit, you receive some sort of communication to that effect. If there is a particular lawsuit you are aware of, then you can look up information on that lawsuit by doing a simple google search, and learn about the court...Read more »
I doubt your HOA documents provide that unanimous consent of all homeowners is required before they can take any actions. However, that does not mean they can necessarily act with impunity or infringe on privacy rights. Your HOA is made up of you and your fellow owners. You elect the Board who...Read more »
my son is currently at Central Booking we have ask for his panal attorney to put in for a review of his case because he does have asthma and has been receiving treatment at Central Booking for it. Unfortunately since he has had the panal attorney assigned to him the panal attorney is always... Read more »
It is not clear whether the problem is primarily that the panel attorney does not have the time to devote to your son's case, or is unable to do much given that the courts are all closed and operating to address only emergency issues and therefore cannot do anything at this time for your son...Read more »
“Film anything from public property”—no, if by that you mean peering into the interior spaces of someone’s home through their windows or into areas where there would be a reasonable expectation of privacy. It does not matter that you happen to be standing on public property if you are using...Read more »
Yes. Media companies are private parties. The First Amendment only bars the government from infringing on your freedom of speech, not private parties. You can post on your own Facebook page, and bar others from posting on your page. You have no right to force others to let you post on theirs.
I have a friend who lives in section 8 housing, she has a family member who stayed the night and now he will not leave, he’s been there for a week already because he refused to leave, She’s very afraid, he will not allow her back in her house and has also threaten her life, what can she do... Read more »
She can go to the District Court Commissioner’s Office, fill out a petition for protection from domestic violence, and if granted the Commissioner will issue an order of protection forcing the family member out and to stay away. It will be served by the Sheriff or police and he will be forcibly...Read more »
Once being deemed the legal father by Maryland's Affidavit of parentage, does this give me full legal rights to have a relationship with my child, and be an active father? Even if the mother has since moved to another state? Do my rights disappear because she, and the children crossed over an... Read more »
You should consult with a family law attorney- they will be able to tell you whether you would need to file something in Maryland or the other state to challenge the ruling/judgment (most likely the other state). It is unclear what the due process/14th Amendment violation would be if you had...Read more »
Hire a lawyer for your girlfriend because that’s the only way to deal with a warrant short of her simply walking into the police station and being arrested. Maybe the warrant can be recalled, maybe the prosecutor will drop the case if the lawyer can persuade them to, but regardless, she needs a...Read more »
Hello My name is Ms. Freeland, At the moment I am writing a letter to show cause of why my case should not be dismissed before 11-15-2019. My main concern is finding Assistant writing a brief by December 2, 2019. I am not looking for representation. My case is base on the CPS Indicated child abuse... Read more »
Your question would best be handled by a family law practitioner in Maryland, but if you need a brief by December 2nd, time is of the essence. If you are seeking a brief writer, you could search online for legal brief writers. This is a very narrow area - there are attorneys who hold themselves out...Read more »
Maryland is a two-party consent state when it comes to audio recordings: both parties must consent to the recording. There is no exceptions for auto accidents. Video recording is not covered under this law, but unless you have a way to turn off the audio recording capacity of your video device, you...Read more »
Simply announce to all who are present at the outset that the meeting will be video- and audio-taped. If there is a written notice that goes out to everyone who is invited to attend, consider stating that fact in the notice. Anyone who attends and remains is deemed to have consented. Otherwise,...Read more »
I identified as a person with a disability. There was a class coming up I needed to be out for 2 days of a 10 day class for disability. Lead said her and manger discussed my request and said I should rethink going to my appointment, resign or they may terminate me. I was unable to attend that... Read more »
No, not necessarily. It all depends on the facts, intent, and motivation of your employer, as well as whether or not you followed the law on requesting a reasonable accommodation. The employer knowing you are disabled is not enough. You must make a request for a reasonable accommodation, your...Read more »
Legal title means it’s yours. You own it. You cannot be charged with theft of your own property. You can be charged with trespassing, however, or assault if you go there and a fight ensues. If the vehicle is in the public street, go get it (use a spare key or have it towed). If not, or if you...Read more »
The law only applies to audio recording, not video, and so long as the party being recorded is put on notice of the recording and continues the conversation then there is no violation. However, in the absence of either actual or implied consent, such a recording is a felony, and is punishable by up...Read more »
OCSE requested the MBON suspend my licenses for non-compliance. One of the problems with this is, I was in compliance. This is the second time the OCSE has caused me to lose a job opportunity because of inaccurate information and an unwillingness to resolve the balance of the support order. I... Read more »
The test of constitutionality of anti-begging laws can be quite complex and very fact-based. Whether the particular law in question violates the First Amendment or other constitutional prohibition would require a detailed analysis which your post does not provide a sufficient basis to do. Many...Read more »
I plan on doing a communications study in a local supermarket and I have already obtained permission to sit and observe the communications between a store clerk and the customers in the check-out line. I believe that interrupting the flow of the conversation would be detrimental to the results, and... Read more »
Reasonable expectation of privacy (or the lack thereof) is a concept that is only relevant to non-audio video recording of individuals. It would be safer to ask the customers to provide prior consent after telling them what you intend to use the recordings for- but as you note, this would also...Read more »
Try to find a lawyer in the jurisdiction where the estate is filed, for convenience. Most estate lawyers understand special needs trusts. You cannot solicit (and attorneys cannot solicit) business on this site per the site rules. You can, however, call lawyers who answer questions on this site,...Read more »
But are listed on the mortgage note, as the Lender. The loan has been sold and transferred several times. The latest one it was transferred or sold to is Ocwen Loan Servicing. They've had the loan twice.
The beneficiary under a Deed of Trust IS the lender.
Although this online forum is not designed to seek legal research on specific issues / entities / matters, you can check with the State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) for information on the last known resident agent for...Read more »
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