I went to court with my mom mid 1980's and now I am having trouble identifying myself without knowing. The court has no records. I can't work or get a state ID since my ss# says the name that I used from the 80's until now. I have no criminal record at all. What do I do?
answered on May 2, 2023
If you have been using a name that is different from the name on your birth certificate for many years and you do not have any legal documents to show that you legally changed your name, it can create difficulties in identifying yourself and obtaining official identification documents.
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LLC bought duplex , raises rent 200 then, when I ask for new lease I got a text that said, to difficult to fix issues while you live there so , 2 months notice to leave so the can fix apartment for the LLC son to move in? they have already moved their nephew in upstairs. I do not want to move. They... Read more »
answered on Apr 10, 2023
It makes no difference if landlord is an LLC. If you do not have a written lease for a specified lease term, then landlord can terminate your tenancy by giving 30 days written notice. Landlord is giving you 2 months. If you don't leave, then landlord can file an eviction, which is a... Read more »
My family has been stripped & had everything I've accrued in my life,my garage,car,tools,my kids CLOTHES,Pics of deceased mom,even our pet!
I caught a county commissioner employee stealing. After a long 6mnth harassment. We had a day in court but the judge decided we owed $2000... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like a difficult and unjust experience. To answer your question, it may be possible to appeal a judge's decision and seek compensation for losses, but it would depend on the specific circumstances of your case and the applicable laws in... Read more »
I was charged with a domestic that I did not do can that be overturned in the state of Tennessee and can she file another report of the same kind of incident in the same county
answered on Jan 24, 2023
Yes, of course she can. While it is frustrating to be the subject of false reports, the police are not going to assume one report is false just because a previous one was. After all, doing so would be tantamount to concluding that a person who lied in one report couldn't possibly be the victim... Read more »
If I made a truthful statement with no profanity and/or offensive language towards anyone
answered on Jan 16, 2023
No. The First Amendment protects you from government interference, not private parties. Apps, employers, and other private organizations and companies are free to allow access to only those who adhere to polices regulating speech.
March.same charge. Two different cities Lorain Bowen me over to Elyria
answered on Jan 11, 2023
If it happened in two different places at two different times, how is it the same charge? If you mean can you be charged with the same crime more than once the answer is yes, if you commit the same offense more than once, you can be charged more than once.
Case information, local or moved to federal level.
answered on Aug 31, 2022
You can go to the website for the Clerk’s office (I.e. Mayor’s Court,Municipal Court,Common Pleas,Federal Court, courts of specialized jurisdiction/Probate/Bankruptcy,etc.) and obtain docket information on a pending case. You typically can go online and do a search based on your last and first... Read more »
Case information, local or moved to federal level.
answered on Aug 30, 2022
Most court websites have docket search features which allow you to search for cases by party name. The federal courts have a service called PACER which allows you to do so for all federal courts as well.
I bought and titled the vehicle before the search. Dont they have to get a new warrant since the target vehicle changed ownership
answered on Jul 10, 2022
The warrant relates to the car as owned at the time when it was issued. Therefore the popo does not need to get a new warrant for a vehicle that transferred ownership while under the original warrant.
I feel I’m being wrongfully sued for 25,000. Trail is in Butler County Ohio. I am nervous and don’t know where to start. if someone could point me in the right direction, I’d greatly appreciate it.
answered on Apr 27, 2022
The Public Defender's Office represents indigent folks in criminal cases, not civil. Your local Legal Aid society is the place to contact for civil matters, if you are unable to afford representation in a civil matter. I am not sure if they will traffic matter but its worth reaching out to... Read more »
My 13 yr old son was physically attacked by a Walmart employee, when the cop got there he said he sees what happened but it was not enough to prove the attackers maliciousness and advised me just to file a claim with Walmart. I wanted the employee charged because my son is a minor, he's... Read more »
answered on May 17, 2023
Maliciousness is not an element of an Assault case. All that is necessary is that you prove that a person knowingly caused or attempted to cause physical harm to another without the other person's consent. So, malice is not an element.
I hope that answers your questions. Without... Read more »
I received an R and R of dismissal. I filed an objection. Then filed a motion to amend and amended complaint. What would be the reason the court failed to respond by the dealine to respond....
answered on Mar 11, 2023
The court does not have to respond. Whomever you sued does. There could a lot of reasons they didn’t. Do you have service on all the defendants?
She has threaten to take my door off the hinges and scream at me for saying she is invading my privacy as a human. She screams at me saying that my privacy doesnt matter because it is her house. She has gaslighted me multiple times and she refuses to give me money out of MY OWN bank account so i... Read more »
answered on Feb 6, 2023
Talk to your father. Ohio does not allow emancipation of a minor in such situations.
answered on Feb 6, 2023
Yes. Whether or not she has any custodial rights over you, your father can certainly open your mail. He can then delegate that right to your step mom, so she can also open it without permission.
Her name was on a students hit list. The school has a zero tolerance policy and only suspended the student for 10 days with a potential expulsion based on a closed door expulsion hearing that we are not allowed to go to. What would be our best avenue for how to handle this legally potentially... Read more »
answered on Nov 17, 2022
Talk to your local county prosecutors office, which might want investigate and will decide whether to pursue a criminal action. Then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney who handles civil litigation cases.
The police say it’s a civil matter. He brought two policemen to our house and took the dog. I asked the police why they were there and they said he wanted no fight. We hadn’t fought and don’t have a history of that so I was confused. They then said he told them it was his ptsd dog. He’s... Read more »
answered on Nov 9, 2022
You need to file for divorce and seek the dog as a marital asset.
I apologize if this goes to Akron its fighting me to send this to Marysville.
answered on Jul 24, 2022
Call the UnionCounty prosecutors office.
Someone called police and said there was a body at a house and said it was my grandson that called. It wasn’t we heard recordings and he was with me all that night.
answered on Jul 14, 2022
If the police have probable cause to believe that the cell phone was used for a crime, or contains evidence for a crime, they may seize it.
I have radio transcripts of the whole night every officer using radio to call in items to check if the items was stolen before they had a warrant and stated under oath they was not searching until 1130pm call logs was before that
answered on Jun 28, 2022
You can share this information with your lawyer who may be able to use it to file a motion to suppress evidence and/or leverage a better deal.
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