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... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2022
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... Read more »
This amendment which established the "income tax" was signed into law despite
serious defects. In reality, only two States [mind you, these were all Territorial
"States of States" at this time] ratified the amendment and ratification requires 36 (3/4 of)... Read more »
answered on Aug 30, 2021
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... Read more »
It's been just over 2 years, but medical is still open, they offered 1000 and was gonna keep medical open but I didnt take money
answered on Jun 23, 2021
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,... Read more »
answered on Feb 2, 2021
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry you're still awaiting a response, but this forum isn't set up for attorneys to reach out to help you - you have to reach out to them. This is only a Q & A Board, not an attorney referral... Read more »
On a 400 foot track of land inside the city limits. The person that is the trespassor s. Has had the business. For 42 years and the person that ownes the surveyed land has only had it for 4 years.
answered on Oct 19, 2020
There is no Federal Law which will control here. And the adjoining landowners have probably acquiesced to the fence being the boundary line irrespective of deed legal descriptions. You can sue for a boundary dispute, but you will probably lose irrespective of your survey evidence.
I was pulled over for no tag, I presented my current drivers license, and proof of insurance..officer ran my name and it came back current, negative ..walked back to the car and asked if there was any thing illegal in my car, I said no.. he kept asking the same question, recieving the same answer,... Read more »
answered on Sep 1, 2020
Yes. They are still a police officer even off duty. She will just have to come to court and testify in the event she found something illegal on you. Good luck.
answered on Jul 19, 2020
You should be able to get it back fairly quickly if they are through processing it. I assume it was used in the commission of a crime and that’s why they have it. Once they have processed it you will be able to get it back.
Positive for marijuana, could I be allowed to be move out permanently considering I’m almost 18?
answered on Apr 15, 2020
Yes in this situation DHR would probably allow you to remain in the home where you are, as long as they all test negative, as part of a safety plan
I have been working on this for months and would love to have a lawyer look at what i have and give me their opinion
answered on Jul 19, 2019
In the past, it would have been no big deal and you wouldn't have thought twice about it. However, some communities and associations have implemented rules prohibiting the delivery of things like flyers, pennysavers, etc. Depending on your area, just make sure there are no town or other... Read more »
answered on Jun 13, 2019
Probably not. If you read this provision (also known as the Bill of Rights for Mental Health Patients), it does not appear to contain any mandatory language. It is merely a RECOMMENDATION from Congress to the states of what the states "SHOULD" do to provide for rights and treatment of... Read more »
It was to be sold within a reasonable time period. He refuses to respond to any requests. It's in our divorce decree, I am having financial problems. I never got a walk through, he still has some of my property. I only want what is written.
answered on Mar 18, 2019
Yes. If your ex spouse has failed to follow a provision in your Divorce Decree you can file a petition seeking to have him held in contempt. If successful a finding of contempt will force him to do what he has not done and may entitle you to attorney fees as well. You should get with an attorney... Read more »
Residency restrictions say i cant live with my biological child now , not on probation or parole..I was convicted on a he said she said case in municiple court, no plea deal accepted ,not guilty the whole way,did not appeal because my attorney said I could live with my child..I was broke anyway... Read more »
answered on Feb 18, 2019
You were convicted of sexual abuse of a minor. You are not going to be able to have much in the way of custodial or visitation with any child. THe key word here is "convicted." The state of Alabama has the power to act in the best interest of a child to keep that child away from a person... Read more »
is there no accountability to hold the officer accountable should he pull you over for no reason, lie about what he pulled you over for, fabricate some sort of probable cause evidence to search my car without my consent, forces me to stop recording the stop with my phone, two diff officers tell me... Read more »
answered on Sep 21, 2018
I told you on that without writing in sentences beginning with capitals and ending with periods, it is impossible to be certain enough to respond accurately. Your writing is a single run-on sentence.
my vehicle is equipped with an accurate speedometer,and i also employ an app that records my rate of travel along with the date and time and does so by GPS so is very accurate.both of my devices showed that i was traveling 43mph in a 40 zone,so i understand I was 3mph over,but during the stop, i... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2018
Are you seriously asking if a police officer could invent evidence ?
I was forced to have a DNA test done on my child after he was 4 years old and I have had sole custody of him up until this point
answered on Jan 12, 2018
Yes. It is perfectly appropriate for the Court to order a DNA test to establish the paternity of a child.
She moved out in February but I was just served with the warrent yesterday for domestic abuse I was arrested then got out today and the cops said I can't get my clothes out of my house and made me leave I don't want the house I'm surrendering the loan to the bank tomorrow but I just... Read more »
answered on Apr 4, 2017
You leave out important facts, like what the PFA warrant accuses you of having done. Appear in court on the date and time stated on the warrant. You have to do this regardless of what you "just want". If you don't appear you will be arrested again and will probably not be allowed... Read more »
answered on Jan 18, 2017
This is not a legal-problem-inspired question. Its a political question.
With that observation, the answer is "yes". The authority is the Constitution of the United States, specifically, Article II, Section 2, which provides that the President “shall have Power to grant... Read more »
answered on Oct 26, 2015
What is SCDHR? What has happened that makes you want to ask this question? You have to give some facts or there really cannot be much of an answer. I have to assume that there was a search because you mentioned the 4th amendment. But it is usually best to have a full discussion with a local... Read more »
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