The manager and the owner are not allowing anyone to use their restroom even though it works due to the fact they are tired of paying septic fees. I used it the last 3 days even though they have not in service signs and I have asked before to use the restroom and they said no sorry but when I... Read more »
I'm on social security and I have no place to go, is he allowed to throw me out? I was told by a friend my disability may help me. I lost my leg back in 2013 and I have spina bifida with tethered cord syndrome I need to know my rights and I hope I picked the right place to ask this because I... Read more »
I'm sorry that this is happening. Absent any court order, you have a right to live in your marital home. Furthermore, I cannot imagine an order that kicks you out of the apartment without at least ensuring that you are adequately accommodated. If your husband is attempting any actions...Read more »
I have applied to University during Covid and got a Conditional Offer right away. In order to get CAS(letter of acceptance ) I had to meet all the conditions. During four months University kept asking me for more and more information and I provided them all. I got an answer that I almost got in the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, I don't believe you would have a cause of action for emotional distress, which is generally based more on intentional or reckless conduct that is outrageous on the part of the wrongdoer. But you could present the facts to other attorneys for their...Read more »
Can any mass of people congregate in a public park, setup some speakers and listen to an orator speak about politics, for example? Is this protected by the right to peaceful assembly? I'm talking about non-pandemic times, btw. Thanks for any help provided.
This is something that a constitutional law scholar would know best. It sounds like you are touching upon the time, place, manner attributes of the First Amendment. It would be safest to contact agencies or offices within the City of New York to verify these guidelines - it's possible they...Read more »
I'm sorry this happened to you. It's difficult to comment on the matter without knowing more about the basis for the doctor's actions. However, as a general rule (subject to exceptions), a doctor can decline treatment, unless the relationship is government by third-party contractual...Read more »
I have an 8 year old daughter. Her mother and her partner are reckless about COVID-19 infection, attending protests, traveling on airlines, not wearing masks, not using sanitizer etc. By contrast, I have protected my daughter with every measure possible... Read more »
The case is basically about the right of civilians to be tried in civil courts instead of military courts when civil courts are in session. If this is for a school assignment, you could provide background by discussing some of the other measures taken by President Lincoln during the Civil War -...Read more »
He served his sentence and got put in mental facility because he’s a serial offender and was still a risk to society. I was never told he was released and he’s been seen around my home town and now I’m afraid and traumatized all over again because he came back to the place where this all... Read more »
They are there to protect you so there isn't much you can do. However, if you have proof that they tapped your phone without a court order that can be reported to the police as that is a crime. In addition you can get a lawyer to sue on your behalf to stop all phone intercepts.
There are a number of different types of motions you'll see both in New York Practice and Federal Practice. If you look them up, you'll see motion to dismiss, motion to compel, discovery motions, jnov, and a few others. Summary judgment basically asks the court to rule that there is no...Read more »
What motion might Mr. Smith make to the judge? Explain what that motion is in detail, and explain when counsel may raise such a motion. What other motions are similar? How are they utilized? Why does the court entertain such motions?
It would be appropriate to file a motion for directed verdict on liability at the close of evidence, assuming Mr. Smith proved all the elements of his case and the defense did not attack his client’s credibility or present any evidence to counter the elements of liability. Most courts would...Read more »
"Air pistols and air rifles; selling or possessing. 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, offer to sell or have in such person's possession any air pistol or air rifle or similar instrument in which the propelling force is a spring or air,...Read more »
One or two bully relatives in Camuy Puerto Rico, not heirs, invaded and started to build on land that belong to disable senior heirs w/out their permissions; Three of the heirs died, one lives in NY, and the other 2 seniors own homes and lived on that land for years. Eventhough the senior heirs... Read more »
After my ex husband failing to get me deported. He went ahead and made false allegations about me and my minor son to the police. We are always being harassed like criminals. We are labeled thieves in the stores despite the fact that I have no criminal history. My ex is NYPD retired detective so he... Read more »
A false police report was made by my family members and the NYPD arrested me based on that FALSE/FAKE police report. Now, I need a lawyer that can help me file lawsuits for False police report, wrongful arrest, financial harm, destruction of reputation, mental stress & conspiracy. Thanks.
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