I financed a car through a car lot. I was one week and 3days late then got threatening text messages from the financier saying they were going to call the authorities if they did not receive a payment I paid them half on Friday (the day of the call) and they agreed to receive the other half Monday... Read more »
I would have to see your contract, but it appears as if they did not follow the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. They cannot threaten criminal charges, or negotiate in my opinion negotiate for further payment only to repossess. You need an attorney to look at the contract and then potentially...Read more »
If I’m driving and come across a group of protesters who then decide to start trying to bust out my car windows and pull me or a family member from the car. Can I then use lethal force to defend my property and self and family?
As a general rule you cannot use deadly force unless you are in fear of imminent harm to your safety or the safety of one of your family members typically. If you have an opportunity to flee or avoid the dangerous situation, you are required to do so as long as you can do it safely. You can’t...Read more »
Normally, law enforcement can take possession of a dog if hasn't been inoculated, spayed, or neutered, or if it is "at large", has bitten someone, or is deemed dangerous, and yes, at least under Tulsa Municipal Ordinances (Title 2, Section 109), there are reclaiming and impoundment...Read more »
All the evidence documents reports claims available for both parties legally should have same papers for solid for law abiding in-depth complete history with both parties to honestly in children's best interest law abiding punishment without a doubt guilty party.
Ive writtened emailed faxed phonedthe governor mayor attorney general city manager and im not gonna stop until someone with some authority looks into this case. Ive got a website that has this case. Noone wants to listen or even cares this is my sons life
Sounds like you are suggesting someone either has or is trying to reach out to an alleged victim to get them to drop criminal felony charges. Not a good idea at all. Anyone who does so Faces the very real risk that the alleged victim might contact authorities and say they felt pressured. In that...Read more »
I went to court unrepresented, the judge was upset with that and locked me up. I do not recall any formal reason from him other than that. I stayed in jail for two weeks just to qualify for public representation. I wasn't given forms to file for one until the district attorney was called and... Read more »
most judges are reasonable and quite tolerant in terms of giving you time to secure private counsel to represent you if you bond out of jail. I suspect the judge gave you more than one chance to show up with an attorney and you were either unable to secure one you could afford or you refused to do...Read more »
The falsehood was a flat out lie that I had no business at the courthouse on day in question. That my sole intention was to be there to harass and intimidate a person who has a protective order on me. There can't honestly be a valid reason he didn't know that I was the petitioner and the... Read more »
It wouldn't be perjury, but it could be considered prosecutorial misconduct. The reality is that there is very little that can be done about these types of misrepresentations. It would just be passed off as a "reasonable belief" based on the informations and evidence they had at...Read more »
This guy has broke into my truck and shed and robbed me of tools. Stole a scooter and tow cable at a different time and admitted on text. Caught him on camera and the officer knows who it is. I showed the video to peope and everyone knows who it is but the police never even investigated... Read more »
Obviously, we would like to have the police take this more seriously and to investigate more thoroughly, but that doesn't seem to be happening. One possibility is to go to the county sheriff instead of the city PD. Another possibility is to file a civil suit for damages and file a protective...Read more »
This isn't really a lawyer referral service; it's just a question-answer board. If you need an attorney, you could look one up in the Find-a-Lawyer section of this site, or conduct your own independent search for one. You could also check if the Oklahoma Bar Association's resources...Read more »
Shawnee police officer entered my brother's residence while he was asleep on the couch and woke him up. They said that someone reported an a/b taking place in his yard. They asked him to come outside then arrested him for public intoxication and trespassing. He was told that he couldn't... Read more »
I have video evidenve of the wife.that has a p.o. against me and she drove 3 hours to come down tonwhereninlive and she.setbit up and gave the cops lhariphilnalia which they said.they seen thru.the windowsband then the.door was kicked in.andntyey they went in and.recovered it from inside my... Read more »
I was watching this video about a woman being arrested for not signing a ticket. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMaJOtOu5M8. It seemed questionable to me that the exchange between the officer and the woman was "You're not going to sign the ticket?" "No. Because I..."... Read more »
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