If you attempt to assert free travel as a defense to no license, then you lose. Driving is a privilege, not a right. You can travel freely by walking all you please, but you don't have the right to use state and federal roads without being granted the privilege. You'll lose in court,...View More
In a legal case, if law enforcement officers cannot produce crucial evidence, such as the gun they claim to have found during a traffic stop, it can potentially weaken their case. The inability to produce physical evidence may raise questions about the credibility of their claims. However, whether...View More
I got arrested and Baldwin County had ahold on me for an arrested years ago. Well I sat 9 days and made a deal with the cops. I signed up to be a CI. Well come to find put the arresting officer is no longer with Thomasville. Well apparently he didn't hold up tob his end of the deal. Now I... View More
Alabama housing finance authority made late payment while receiving assistance and it was reported on credit, 7 years, ruining credit and financial stability the rest of my life. Have no chance of getting home equity loan to pay off debt. Without loan, I will lose house, leaving me homeless. What... View More
I understand your concerns about the late mortgage assistance payment impacting your credit and financial stability. In situations like this, the legal responsibilities and potential recourse can vary based on specific circumstances and state laws. Generally, state housing finance authorities are...View More
So, this stupid issue of just asking the police department to have a presence on my street 5 to 10 minutes a day has escalated all ready. When I say I'm at my wits end, I'm beyond. Ignored by chief of police, ignored by Mayor, Ive now escalated my concern to the governor. Not only that... View More
It sounds like you are facing a challenging situation with the Clio police department. First and foremost, it's important to document every instance of harassment or interaction with the police that you believe is inappropriate. This documentation should include dates, times, the names of the...View More
Some say that anyone 18 years of age or older are permitted to conceal carry in the state without permit, some say you must be military or emergency services to carry at 18, and some say you must be 19. I would like clarification.
Also, I will be moving to Florida here in the next month or... View More
Under the constitutional carry law in Alabama, effective January 1st, individuals 18 years and older are generally allowed to carry a concealed firearm without a permit. However, there are exceptions, such as for individuals who are prohibited from carrying firearms due to certain legal reasons....View More
Has yet to have it. He was also beaten so bad by guards he was hospitalized for over a week his heart stopped the cuffs on his ankles cut so deep in his skin till they got real infected it left scars. They have turned him away and not let him eat, besides his illness can cause death, he has lost so... View More
The situation you describe involving your son is deeply concerning and requires immediate action. If he is being denied necessary medical treatment and has been subjected to abuse, this may constitute a violation of his civil rights.
First, it's important to gather all evidence you...View More
Resisting arrest, obstructing gov op and poss 2 conviction is on a friends record and it’s preventing him from working. Can he seal it? He has been in no trouble since then and it was his first time getting into anything with the police involved. He’s an upstanding citizen and was even in the... View More
In Alabama, the process for sealing a criminal record, often referred to as expungement, is available for certain misdemeanor offenses. However, the eligibility for expungement depends on various factors, including the nature of the offense, the time that has passed since the conviction, and the...View More
Being denied the contractual obligations of payment, such as not receiving the agreed-upon compensation for services or goods, is primarily a breach of contract issue. It means that one party is not fulfilling their agreed-upon terms within the contract.
I WAS ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND FALSE IMPRISONMENT 18MONTHS AGO, 2 WEEKS AGO I WAS ARRESTED FOR FALSE IMPRISONMENT AGAIN FOR SAME CRIME AND THE CHARGE IS STILL GOING ON FROM THE 1ST TIME I WAS ARRESTED. I LIVE IN ALABAMA.
Being arrested for the same charge twice can be legal, especially if the two incidents are distinct or if new evidence has come to light in the ongoing case. In your case, being arrested again for false imprisonment suggests that either a new incident occurred, or there has been a development in...View More
Officer knows one personally, knows one is an addict, and observes one walking down the road. Is this enough reasonable suspicion to stop and talk to one? Officer didn't see him committing any crimes or engaging with anyone, but just walking. Officer passes one and hit the block and pulled up... View More
Under the Fourth Amendment, police need reasonable suspicion of criminal activity to justify stopping and questioning someone on the street. Merely walking down the road, without more, typically does not meet this threshold. An officer's knowledge of one's past addiction does not...View More
Courts alleged that assault occurred on October 24th,2018. On February 26th,2020 (plea date). No medical records. October 27th,2020 (I filed Motion of Discovery). No medical records. Now, November 3rd,2023, courts have set "Show Cause"hearing for fine & restitution unpaid. No medical records.
If the courts have not provided medical records that are relevant to your case despite proper requests through discovery, this could potentially impact your right to due process under the Fourteenth Amendment. Due process includes the right to a fair trial, which encompasses the ability to review...View More
Tampering with someone's emails, stalking, harassment, and unauthorized access to online accounts are typically illegal activities that may violate both state and federal laws, including laws related to cybercrime and privacy. If you believe that your emails have been locked, you are being...View More
I booked & paid online for a stay at a hotel that I’ve recently stayed at, but whenever I arrived, the front desk receptionist informed me that he canceled my reservation due to my previous stay. I asked him what the issue was, & he stated verbatim “You brought a massage table into... View More
It sounds like you find yourself in a difficult situation where a hotel has refused service based on an assumption relating to your possession of a massage table. First, it is essential to review the hotel's policy, which you agreed to at the time of booking; it might stipulate the conditions...View More
In the legal system of the United States, individuals can indeed be held in jail while charges against them are pending; this is not equivalent to being sentenced to prison. When someone is arrested and charged with a crime, they may be held in pre-trial detention, especially if they are perceived...View More
Hello. Without more information, no, there is no "right" that anyone has to be present for their divorce hearing. So long as the Defendant was served properly, only the Plaintiff needs to be present to prosecute his/her case. Best of luck!
As far as exclusions, it states your consumer report does not include a report containing information solely as to transactions or experiences between the consumer and the person making the report; does that mean that late payments on your credit report are illegal?
My husband called 911 on me as I was in a mental health breakdown ( pandemic - no dr appts available-) I was given the option for ambulance to hospital which i said no- I was then arrested for dv - which my husband never said I hit him- and taken down to the cop car and put in the back. I asked my... View More
You should get in contact with a criminal defense attorney and allow him to get discovery (specifically body cam video) and evaluate the case. Based on the facts provided here I do not see a reason why a search of the home would have been justified, but without a full review of the facts of the...View More
Not sure what "serious defects" you are referring to. However, 36 States ratified the amendment by 1913. The first state to ratify was Alabama in 1909. The 36th state was Delaware. In total 42 States ratified. Four states rejected the amendment and two never considered it. (Alaska and...View More
The short answer, is yes. Medical benefits are not currently subject to the two year statute of limitations. They are legally available for the remainder of your life. If you are still suffering problems from your accident and injury, you should seek medical care as soon as possible. Keep in mind,...View More
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