They say 3 witnesses say I did it but I have 5 witnesses that can say I didn't and the video footage they have from my neighbor showing a vehicle leaving my driveway not being drove by me can show that I left 30 mins to an hour before it did what can I do when they seem determined to arrest me for... Read more »
Is it legal for him to do that if he didn't actually see who did the crime but he told police I did it an showed them pics of someone driving a vehicle and said it was me they have a warrant for me now an I'm innocent if they watch his cameras they would see me leaving before these other vehicles... Read more »
It is not illegal if your neighbor thought you committed a crime involving his property. If there is a warrant then you are going to need to call the Sheriff's department and see if they want you to turn yourself in. Because of COVID-19 , people with warrants are being booked then released on a...Read more »
This issue is one that could be litigated. Under current precedent it is not entirely clear if the government can force churches to close. State and local governments have police powers that allow them to regulate through generally applicable laws for public welfare. This extends to the power to...Read more »
They tried serving me since 2018 but i wasn't actually served until jan. 2020. Has statute of limitations run out for them?he wouldn't show me the breakdown of how I owe $3000 . also do you think detesting it with the judge and using statute of limitations is a good idea
Hire a competent attorney now. Service of Process may be deficient because of the time, but may again be now proper. Contract SOL is usually six years, unless agreed otherwise. A good lawyer should be able to settle this cheap, but you may be too vulnerable.
Now I was told christmas and my birthday the patent along with the buisness is mine I'm ne ceo.... now theres patents for humanity my land lords surely cant steal my riches and my buisness... there're non proffit.... for one thing. And for 2 none of this was or is possible with out me its caused me... Read more »
If you gave it away it would no longer be yours to re-possess unless you have a written contract that would permit you to do so. For example, some animal shelters make the person adopting sign a contract that contains a clause stating that abuse or neglect of the animal would be grounds to take the...Read more »
A passenger can be searched if the criteria for a search is met such as the officer having probable cause the passenger is engaged in criminal activity. Other exceptions also exist. Facts matter. Since he was charged, he should hire counsel asap to determine his defenses, if any.
She could report the car stolen - but sounds like that would be a false report. It's a civil issue if you underpaid her or you otherwise had a different agreement. I'm doubtful the police would get involved.
In my apt for awhile. So I moved into his house with him 5 years ago. He cheated last year and not knowing anything was wrong he just looked at me one day and said we are done, get the f**** out. and I moved to FL on 6/12/18 and lived with my son. He wanted me to come and dummy me did in 9/2018.... Read more »
He has to file a Detainer Warrant, serve you or post it, get a Judgment for Possession, then if you are not out in 10 days, get a Writ of Possession issued and executed. Most of your factual situation is irrelevant to a Court.
Noise complaint than we get evection for it. They said we have 14 day to fix it but they want us to leave because of noise complaint and i pay them rent on time would that go on my record and stay on there for 7 years for noise complaint
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