The Texas puc has informed us there is no local/state or federal requiring us to take a ami electric meter yet we have to pay a opt out fee AND 30.00 extra dollars a month on our electric bill PLUS they have been charging for ami meters on our bill and they have not "deployed" them yet. We are... Read more »
Also car was illegally/unlawfully towed from my private driveway. Need 2 request for a return of property hearing. unable to use efile due to glitches in pdf transfer files on tablet/mobile device. i need my car.
Just to get you to release your private digital information to sale and make money off of you or cause you to unknowingly forfiet a civil right? Im speaking as a person under the ADA. And am unable to represent myself in these matters.
Don't worry, if the defendant has a decent criminal defense attorney then the search warrant will be carefully examined for defects and the existence of warrant exceptions will be properly considered. I don't want to say more than that because this sounds like it could be a homework question. If...Read more »
Asked me to meet with her To find out how I will be paying a loan off . Yet she mentioned to me that Since no record of it not worry about it and as far as my saving That that also Since no record off... But now she is asking me pay back and on a car that he bought me. What are my rights? Please... Read more »
i picked up my fiancee personal possesions and signed for them an jail released them to me 2-3 days later investagator ask if i ring cell phone ack due to it was to e put in evidence locker but as not and released with personal possessions can that be done legally without telling me that i did not... Read more »
If the person has been in jail for 2 months then they almost certainly have a criminal defense attorney who you should be speaking with about this situation. The attorney will figure out what to do about the "chain of custody" problem that the property release may have created for the prosecution.
Had a family member go to the courthouse look up case number to see if there was any charges filed and the courthouse said they did not have anything as of October 15 and I have been in jail since September 27
I cant be deprived of my rights or disfranchised in any way. Then how is it that I can be jailed/fined and have my property taken and be treated like a criminal for carrying a firearm (sidearm) with out a license?
The same thing can be said about any other license that isnt commercial.
The Borger Police Department pulled up to my Husband as he was walking out of his Uncle's house. They gave him a ticket for no driver's license and searched the car with no probable cause. They then followed my son n law home when he went and got the car. This is ongoing harassment by Borger Police... Read more »
Contact the Texas Rangers (with the Department of Public Safety, not the baseball team) and the Attorney General's office if you believe your family is the subject of harassment by local police. Good luck.
The arresting officer was called to to the school by the principle that called the officers cell phone. The cell phone call is considered personal, and not an official police call. I was arrested and charged, and the case was used at jury trial as evidence for conviction in another case.... Read more »
Your question remains open for three weeks, and at this point, if you haven't already, consult with a Texas attorney. This sounds more like a real property matter than one about securities or civil rights. At any rate, the category is not really important at this point. It appears to be something...Read more »
Can she keep me from entering my home that I and my brother live in. My dad and step mom lived in my home for 7 years until dad passed a week ago. I have given stepmom 30 days to move instead of 3 days. She called police and police said I can't enter my home.
Long story short, I recently received a ticket for drug paraphernalia for weed. I live in a small town and my ex step mom is the judges clerk so when I called to make an appointment to talk to the judge about keeping it off my record, she’s the one who answered and made the appointment. I just... Read more »
It depends on your definition of Police Report. Many people use that term to refer to the officer's affidavit that explains why there is probable cause to support a warrant, a warrantless arrest, or the issuance of a citation. That sort of affidavit is a public record available to anyone....Read more »
What course of action do I have to retrieve my things like titles birth certificates clothes tools beds art works wood works etc I live in texas I did pay rent and utilities no lease it was rent to own me n my parents split the cost of buying the house 1/3 each and when my dad died she took all our... Read more »
You do not state whether you were a renter with a lease, a renter without a lease or a guest or whether you were kicked out for nonpayment. Some leases allow the landlord to seize and sell your personal property if you do not pay rent.
I want to sell my mother house but my sister live there. I have served her a eviction letter and she still want leave. She said I can’t sell the house but my mother sign the deed to the house over to me
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