Whether or not you were read your Miranda rights is a question of fact that your attorney needs to review during discovery in your case. Likewise, whether or not you made a statement is a question of fact that should be explored.
The vast majority of warrants are "knock and...Read more »
Don't talk about the details of our case? In my situation after 3 yrs and 2 attorneys and NEVER HAVE MY QUESTIONS BEEN ANSWERED!! NOT EVEN HERE!! My questions are basically about procedures in a criminal case in ELKHART INDIANA. HOME OF THE WOLVERINES!! #1 in wrongful convictions &... Read more »
This is a public forum, so there is no attorney-client privilege to anything posted here. Additionally, if you are a friend or family member sharing details about another person's case, you are also providing information publicly that the prosecution can use in their investigation and trial...Read more »
My boyfriend who stays with me in this hotel room every day came back last night in a truck I’d never seen before, I figured it was his friends truck. The next evening he was leaving the parking lot of this hotel in the truck and the cops tried to stop him because apparently the truck was stolen.... Read more »
If you are a registered guest and of the hotel and hotel staff has not taken any steps to terminate your occupancy, police generally have to secure a search warrant to enter and search your room unless there are exigent circumstances which would justify a warrant less search.
I was pulled over on a highly bs traffic stop. So much so that my case is being dropped. The reason I was pulled over was because I was from oregon in idaho late at night. I've had several people comment on the fact that they were disappointed that they didn't find more Marijuana because... Read more »
The question, the ONLY question is . . . did the officer have a "reasonable suspicion" that the driver of the car (son) had done something that the officer could give him a citation for? If the answer to that question is "yeah, the cop said my son was speeding but he never even gave...Read more »
They raided a resident due to vehicle being insured with house but the person of interest lived elsewhere. From the warrant as they insisted, a control buy was conducted at a resident that’s in person of interest name but never searched and they went somewhere else. Never presented warrant prior... Read more »
Hotel deployable, needs code enforcement. No water after midnight, living with rats and roaches. Smoke alarm in all rooms don't work, most ac units are busted from outside the rooms. Locks on doors are being held up with scotch tape, not secured
Unlikely that this is a criminal matter. I would suggest contacting code enforcement department in the county where the facility is. They may need a complaint in order to investigate. I hope this helps.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks and you may be losing valuable time if a public carrier is involved in an injury claim. At this point, consider reaching out to Texas accident attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult - municipal carriers...Read more »
This came after I threatened my ex to have my son's mouth fixed because he had a mouthful of bad teeth. She took him from Utah to Colorado and left him with his half sister whom he had never met and she filed for emergency guardianship due to neglect. All of which was taking place without my... Read more »
I caught the guy i been dating cheating went to the house he open the door and let me in and the girl assaulted me and the police report told a complete lie and stated things that never happen so they could charge me with burglary of habitation with intent to harm I went to the hospital for a... Read more »
y a officer who said there were guns on my seat im felon i have been denied any motions due to them being frivilous according to my attorney i was denied a margesden motion by judge im missing stuff that should be in my discovery i had seen some deer cams and as far as i knew no one was supposed to... Read more »
I had one provided then they left then another was provided and they told the judge there was a break down in communication and left. I then wrote the judge and he said I would be provided one and then I had no response from anyone. I the. Tried to see who my lawyer was when I left prison and they... Read more »
With a guilty plea, you don't have a true right to appeal. There are certain issues you can ask for what's called "leave" to appeal. The Attorney Grievance Commission does not determine malpractice; they determine attorney ethical issues.
I think both laws not registering a gun and not registering conseal carry endangers my domestic tranquility not knowing who is packing. The 2nd ammendment is more important than the preamble. Same can be said for assault rifles. Seems like the use of such guns are for mass shootings in public... Read more »
I agree with your general point of view and believe the Second Amendment should be modified, if not repealed, due to the Supreme Court's 5-4 decisions in District of Columbia v. Heller (2008) and McDonald v. City of Chicago (2010), in which just 5 Justices (in 5-4 decisions) overturned...Read more »
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