They (911) have been implicated in a series of violations alone with implicating the police involved. In addition I'm worried that they will exhaust a "timeline" for keeping these recordings. I need immediate help in moving forward to avoid what I might think will happen. Please help.
It is not an illegal interview and happens alot. You were not required to say anything. Sometimes the absence of, or waiver of, Miranda Warnings will suppress any testimonial evidence acquired by the LEO's.
What happened? Assuming no criminal charges, you may wish to make the landlord go through the entire process for eviction. A Detainer Warrant must be filed, served or posted, a Judgment for Possession rendered, and if you are not out or appeal within 10 days, a Writ of Possession is issued and...Read more »
First, I am not a Tennessee lawyer. That being said, whatever are the issues you intend to raise on appeal, the time to appeal is the same. Usually, it's 30 days from the final judgment of the court below. Once the appeal is noted, when you file your brief, you can raise the issue of subject...Read more »
you will need to call Maury County clerk's office. Your case will likely be reset because the courts are closed to most in-person proceedings until the end of January. The clerk's office will give you the correct court date.
I work in a gun store and carry on private land separate from where I reside. I am wanting to know if I can keep a handgun in my vehicle for protection at work and at any time I must go to our farm on the private land during these times under the Castle Law or any other law.
As a general rule no. If you are military, you might get a HCP. Or you might carry it in the locked trunk unloaded to a firearm instruction class (but I do not advise this). Unfortunately you are two years too young to carry a handgun, so do not do it. A criminal charge will mess you up so...Read more »
I am unaware of which specific Constitutional right you are referring to. Assuming you mean to invoke the 4th Amendment right against unreasonable searches and seizures. I am unaware of any precedent that states citizens are not required to produce identification when requested to do so. 4th...Read more »
We are both executors and the will States if either one of us want the estate we'd have to buy the other out ($20,000). Its been almost 3 years and she has yet to buy the house but has been living there this whole time. During this time she has been non-compliant on multiple occasions and has... Read more »
It appears that both of you have not performed your duties as Executors. You probably want to ask the Probate Court to order sale of the real property if it is actually part of a Will directive. From what you have stated it appears that Partition is not available, as the Will controls. But...Read more »
She loaded up my garage up with ten bags of clothing and shoes, I have asked her several times to get them and put in storage. She haven't did it. Her son come to my house and when he sees them he want to get them and sell some of them but she tells me I am responsible for them. I asked her... Read more »
One option you could consider is to notify her that she has 30 days to retrieve her belongings that she stored at your residence without your permission. If she fails to retrieve them by that time, you will deem them abandoned and dispose of them as you see fit. You could then sell/donate/throw...Read more »
I had a verbal contract to design a simple website for someone i know. I asked the standard half up front and half when done. I started getting red flags almost halfway through the process, he didn't want a contact page for consumers etc. After that, i started recording all conversations and... Read more »
Based on what you have described, you may have a valid and enforceable contract. Whether or not it is a good idea for you to file a lawsuit to recover the unpaid amount depends on a number of factors. First, how much does he owe you? If you file a lawsuit in general sessions court you will be taxed...Read more »
When I was advised by the Domestic Violence personnel that she had no proof and their was an officer present. When I try filing perjury no official in that county will see my proof that I can show that her statements were false. She used to work for the county and they use their friends that work... Read more »
None of your facts are unusual in Knox County DV cases. You must hire a competent attorney now to represent you and make it as painless as possible. Forget about the perjury. Talk to the lawyer about any firearms you have now. So far you have wasted your efforts. But keep in mind that the...Read more »
The customer complained to management who then fired my friend. The incident was not on company premises and my friend up to that point had been a highly valued employee. She was one of only three they kept on after bringing back everyone from furlough. My question is: is this actionable? Are they... Read more »
Generally speaking, in at-will employment states, employees can be terminated for any reason or for no reason at all. However, an exception to this rule exists if the employee is terminated for a discriminatory reason. For example, if other employees WITHIN the company have treated your friend...Read more »
I've been sent threatening messages from the same person through different accounts and they have made fake accounts just to be able to send these messages to me. Does it still count towards harassment even though it's fake accounts and names?
Yes, you may want to consider seeking an Order of Protection against this person. You could also consider calling the non-emergency police line and reporting the harassment. Sometimes a cease and desist letter from an attorney is successful in getting someone to stop messaging. If these options...Read more »
He got scared changed his mind he was off his mental meds cop tlkd2 him ask wat doing he was tryn2tellem when was told hands behind his back4a patdown4 thier safety cop cuffs him then 3-4all was assultin him@same time he's cuffed then in the garage it's on video slammed his face/head n2a... Read more »
Yes, it happens alot. The LEO needs some evidence that the suspect was driving the vehicle earlier. Then he puts together his proof of intoxication, and he gets a Warrant for DUI. Your Friend needs a competent attorney to prepare for a thorough Preliminary Hearing.
They want to verify that my misdemeanor charge isn't domestic assault or battery but it clearly States on the disposition that it isn't are they allowed because I feel like my rights for fire arms are being suppressed or neglected It's been more than the 60 days they say it takes I... Read more »
If necessary you will need to file an Action in General Sessions against the State. It is basically a Declaratory Judgment Action pursuant to Statute, and I believe you will need a competent attorney. This will need to be filed very soon.
Apparently you knew of the suit against you. It was your responsibility to check with the Clerk to find out when Court was. You could file a motion to set aside the Default Judgment, but I do not recommend it.
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