If Trump is found to have gained the presidency as a result of welcoming the help of Russian active measures, the release of stolen DNC documents, breaking campaign finance law, in essence defrauding voters, making him an illegitimate president -- wouldn’t that also make the VP, the First Lady,... Read more »
If you are in someone's apartment whom that individual is on probation and the police come to harass and search his place. And they bring a lab technician with them. Can the legally force me to submit to a blood test being that I'm not on probation or parole?
No, unless there is independent probable cause to believe that you are involved in criminal activity. Even then, you would have to be under arrest and/or give consent, or the officers obtain a warrant based upon probable cause to draw your blood.
Do I file a civil complaint against the police officer, the Deputy District Attorney, the DA's office the Federal prosecutor, the US Justice department or all the above? Violations of my civil rights were confirmed by a US District judge in the criminal phase of my case. At the end all (State and... Read more »
You need to find a really good civil rights lawyer right away. If the case is a righteous one, most good civil rights firms should be interested. I'm not familiar with good civil rights lawyers in the Fresno area, so I suggest that you contact the Fresno County Bar Association and ask for their...Read more »
Every person has the right to remain silent when accused of a crime. There are some very limited exceptions that I can think of that involve military personnel and those in a sensitive national security position; but generally speaking, a person always has the right to remain silent, even while in...Read more »
I am sure there is. Unfortunately this Q&A site is not the place to ask for an attorney to work for you. Rather you need to identify one or more attorneys who practice employment litigation and discuss your matter with them to see if they are willing to work on your case. I would suggest you...Read more »
I did six months in jail for a charge. Went to trail the case was dropped and re filed. I was O.R. And fighting case on the outside. If they drop case again or are unable to convict, can I sue for time spent in jail?
Justice system( court houses) and All day towing. Is there any way that you guys can help me find a pro bono attorney that is willing to fight for me. I went to Legal Aid in Hayward courthouse and they told me they cannot help me because I have a big case my good call back number is I-10 246-9279 I... Read more »
Contact the County Bar Association in your county and ask for their lawyer referral service to request they refer you to a lawyer who can assist you with your case. You may not find someone to help you pro bono, but if you have a good case you won't have too much trouble finding a good lawyer to...Read more »
My brother recently found out he is a father of a newborn baby, who’s mother will not answer his calls or texts and she’s has left town with the baby. He cannot reach her or the baby. In The last, she has stated that my brother will have nothing to do with this baby, but we got a paternity test... Read more »
Sir, you need to ask this question of lawyers in the District of Columbia. I am not licensed to practice there, and am unfamiliar with the law relating to father's rights there. You asked this question of lawyers in California.
My x spouse was out of state without my knowledge. My 15 wouldn’t answer my calls or texts, I went to my home to check on her, I found hard liquor empty bottles and passed out teens through out my home, she was locked in the master I opened to find her in underwear and a guy...she was cursing me... Read more »
You really should discuss this with an attorney who practices in California. As a general matter, a power of attorney could enable a person to appoint another to act on their behalf in some settings, but a lawsuit is something that can personally involve a party, in terms of giving testimony,...Read more »
I believe the right to manufacture and/or sell such items is strictly prohibited by state law in California. You will need to contact counsel in San Diego County to fully research the legality of the manufacturing or sale of such products before you undertake such an enterprise. Any law firm which...Read more »
I responded and told HUD that I had a phone interview with DFEH April 16th, 2019. I filed the same complaint with DFEH November 05th 2018. DFEH closed my case because DFEH stated they lack jurisdiction to proceed forward on my complaint because the last date of harm is out of statute at which DFEH... Read more »
In California you have one year from the date of the last act of discrimination to file your complaint with the DFEH. By your own admission, that complaint was filed November 5, 2018, which is it within The one-year timeframe for filing your complaint of discrimination. But you need to look at...Read more »
Good morning, I have a family member fighting his case. I am new to this so I am not sure what to do first. He he has been incarcerated since 2003 for a case his brother and himself committed in Modesto Ca. He already served his time for that specific case which he received a strike as well. While... Read more »
She does not think they will mind if she enters their residence to borrow their lawnmower. She enters their property using the duplicate key while they are on vacation in order to borrow their lawnmower. She enters their home, removes the lawnmower, loads it into her truck, goes back into their... Read more »
I believe negotiations of filing/not filing a complaint with the State Bar is not an option.....but is it legal to negotiate a settlement vs. reporting to law enforcement if that appears to be the only way to get financial compensation from being wronged?
I believe what you are suggesting is the essence of extortion, or blackmail, and you want to stay away from that. But all is not lost. For almost every crime there is a civil counterpart; just ask O.J. Simpson. As far as I know, there is no sanction for demanding compensation, or you will file...Read more »
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