You do not need a drivers license to travel in the United States. You only need a drivers license you to operate a motor vehicle on a public roadway. You are free to walk across state boundaries with absolutely no identification papers.
If the plea just occurred, a motion to withdraw plea should be filed immediately. If the Judgment of Conviction has not been entered, there is a chance of quashing the guilty plea. If later, then withdrawal is iffy. Otherwise an appeal of the Sentence may be the only real option besides a...View More
all paperwork I have from the past says that my Exp. Date is 10/27/23 papers like my old time sheets from being inside, and my discharge papers from where I was released on parole in June of 2020 but Po has 9-1-27. I have a min and Max date that I can be released from depends on programs and... View More
Contact the lawyer who represented you and get a copy of the signed judgement. That will have the exact sentence you are to serve. After that will come the method of calculation for that sentence. The state where you were convicted will have that authority and your lawyer should be able to contact...View More
I was arrested according to Tennessee code section 40-6-206 says for a misdemeanor 5 years to serve and I told them that at the county court house here and they said they just work there even the sheriff that booked me said it was a illegal arrest i need some help please
If it was initiated within 1 year of the offense, then charge is probably timely. Cheapest, easiest action is to bring cash to Court. If no victim appears, ask to dismiss. If victim there, ask DA to make restitution, costs, and get it Diverted, Dismissed, and then Expunge it. Might hire an...View More
A jail is required to provide prescribed medication to an individual with mental health needs within 24 hours of admission. The jail is responsible for ensuring that necessary medications are administered as prescribed, taking into account any medical or mental health conditions of the individual.
In the absence of consent, probable cause, or exigent circumstances, any evidence police or a sheriff recover under the facts presented cannot be used as evidence in a subsequent criminal proceeding. In addition, the officers involved may be liable in civil court for any damages they caused, for...View More
It is probably a legal detention. Has a bond been set? Does he have an attorney? Is he at General Sessions or Criminal Circuit Court? If the Bond is too high, has he moved to lower it? These are all questions that should be addressed to his attorney. He probably needs to be...View More
You will want to comply with LEO's request for whatever documents he asks for. If he does not ask for an item, then do not give it to him. Compliance with reasonable and lawful demands of LEOs at traffic stops helps alot with not being charged. Have vehicle documents ready to present to...View More
Police only have to read you your rights (Miranda rights) if they intend on questioning you after your arrest. Once you are detained, the officers should mirandize you and only get a statement from you after you've waived your rights to an attorney and against self-incrimination. Anything you...View More
I got a job offer from Toyota which I signed. I took a drug test and brought my epilepsy medicine with me. The drug testing place (who works directly for Toyota) is now refusing to release my test results to Toyota Hr until I provide them with a letter from my doctor acknowledging that I am capable... View More
Both the Federal government and many states have laws protecting the employment rights of disabled individuals, epilepsy is considered a disability. Often employers are required to undergo a discussion with the employee before making any decision that would deny them rights. It sounds like the...View More
That was probably at General Sessions Court initially. LEO swearing out AWs can easily ask Judge to amend it or issue more AWs. It becomes a more formal process when Grand Jury Indictments are returned. Any defenses need to be brought up at the Preliminary Hearing on the Warrants.
If you believe that the police officers engaged in misconduct by making derogatory comments about your character and weight, you may have legal options available to you. One option may be to file a complaint with the police department's internal affairs division or civilian review board,...View More
Yes, the Tennessee Supreme Court has actually held that a police officer must provide an individual the opportunity to make their own arrangements for their vehicle rather than inventory search the vehicle and tow it in a case called Drinkard. However, this issue only becomes relevant as far as any...View More
It is generally not illegal for a doorman at a bar to ask to hold your ID while you go get cash to pay the entry fee. However, this practice may not be allowed by the policies of the bar or club, or may be considered improper by some individuals.
While your friend who works at a bank may be...View More
The other few times I was made to drive a tow motor without knowing how, so my boss then taught me, another discrimination was the driver for the company ask me what my husband & i was going to do for Black History month. I treated these kids as my own and was hurt really bad. They would tell... View More
It is possible that you may have a legal claim for discrimination and/or retaliation under federal and/or state laws. Discrimination based on race, gender, or other protected categories is illegal in employment, and you have the right to file a complaint or lawsuit if you believe your rights have...View More
They are not my mortgage company, and i am at the point of screaming into the phone that i do not want to talk to them. I am a truck driver so multiple calls from a company that I have nothing to do with is extremely distracting and they seem not to get the hint. I have declined their calls except... View More
If the calls are automated and you have no business relationship with the mortgage company, you might be entitled to statutory damages under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. If you answer the calls and you hear an automated voice prior to speaking to a live representative, you should reach...View More
I definitely recommend hiring an attorney since your son has been criminally charged and depending on the nature of the charges he could be facing serious jai time, probation, becoming a felon and other potential consequences.
Additionally, if he is currently being held and unable to make...View More
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