the warrent was for miscommunication with p.o about checking in.This happened on wendsday. It's now Saturday they have not given him a bail(which from my understanding due to covid they r suppose to)?and he hasnt seen a judge for the hold. Isnt he suppose to be released if not in court within... Read more »
Eavesdropping is an invasion of privacy and may be a crime in California unless consent is obtained prior to the act itself. You may want to talk to a lawyer if you need more information concerning your particular circumstances.
Ca discharge in city limits with intent to harm or destroy poperty? Always shows off to his visiting family that he shoots the cats and the all think it's so funny as he runs at them into the street while still carelessly rapidly discharging bbgun(man is 50+ yrs old)
I called 911 for psychiatric reasons after loosing my home and suffering 3 degree burns. The operator asked me to specify whether I needed hospital or police. I specified hospital, Stanford, and that I did not need the police. But the police proceeded to arrive and dismiss the ambulance and fire... Read more »
Try contacting the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (LCCRSF). They focus on civil rights cases like yours, and will connect you with a lawyer who can help you. Their website is: https://lccrsf.org/ and I suggest you copy and paste the link into your browser. They...Read more »
As I understand it, Roe v Wade found that the Texas law was unconstitutional because it was an invasion of Roe/McCorvey’s right to privacy. Given the current state of affairs, I wonder if it couldn’t be argued on two additional constitutional rights: 1) life, liberty and the pursuit of... Read more »
I called 911 on myself for psychiatric help after loosing my home and being severely burned in a fire. the police showed up & dismissed the ambulance & EMTs & proceeded to arrest & assault me unjustly. They put handcuffs on my (3rd& 4th degree) burned wrists and 6 officers... Read more »
You have the right to terminate any contract at any time for any reason BUT you cannot terminate all contracts without penalty. Meaning, if you terminate the contract without "good cause" you may have to pay the other party some damages. Now you say that they are not doing it...Read more »
Preventing deprivation not possible. Need authority to cite if it exists. Trying various search terms for many days. Car booted while awaiting payment of fines, tow ordered 72 hours later, but payment processing center not open and no other means available. Tried to make payment while boot attached... Read more »
Newsome has intentionally taken the voting rights away from residents by signing executive orders on issues that negatively affect residents in BIG WAYS. The rights of residents to vote, basically removing the only way residents can have that voice heard. He needs to be stopped and the residents... Read more »
Is this a serious question or are you just ranting about your disagreement with actions by the Legislature and the Governor? First, he was not "self appointed" he was elected by a majority of the California Voters that actually voted in the last election. Next, he can only sign into law...Read more »
IMO the only defense that MIGHT get you off a speeding ticket is if you were in fear of death for yourself or your passenger. Such as you had a pregnant woman giving birth and you were racing to the hospital; or you were being chased by a youth gang who were shooting at the car and you showed the...Read more »
I would like to respect my privacy and not let my school teachers look into my household // room. I'm extremely uncomfortable with the fact that people can look into my house whenever they want. I would like to know if there is a law in California protecting my rights.
If you are using Zoom to log in for school, go to the settings in the Zoom application and choose a virtual background so the camera only shows you on screen and your immediate surroundings. Also make sure you are as close to the camera on your computer or tablet as you can be, so you fill the...Read more »
After they told my girlfriend a hour before that everything was fine then when I arrive at front desk a hour later to ask why my room wasn’t cleaned they say we have to check out and we already paid for the weekend up until Monday this incident happens Friday! So they kick us out with ZERO proof... Read more »
It would be racial discrimination if smokers of your race were the only smokers being kicked out of the hotel. You should request a refund of your payment as to the days you did not occupy the room. They may have a policy about extra cleaning of the room if you smoked in it. I understand the...Read more »
Probably not, because 51.7 incorporates 51, which states: "(c) This section shall not be construed to confer any right or privilege on a person that is conditioned or limited by law or that is applicable alike to persons of every sex, color, race, religion, ancestry, national origin,...Read more »
I had a officer refuse to file charges against a person that pressed a gun against my face and he also told me it was legal because I did not show fear. The police will not arrest him even though on the statement he gave to police he stated that he pulled a gun on me and punched my friend in the... Read more »
You need the advice of a good civil rights lawyer. One option you may have is to file suit against the perpetrator for assault and battery. There are some good civil rights lawyers in Fresno. Most good lawyers who handle these kinds of cases give free consultations. If the local DA's office...Read more »
Interesting question. Answer: It depends on how the teacher presents the discussion about the religion, and there is no limit on what students can talk about among themselves. If the teacher's presentation is for the purpose of discussing a different type of religion, or sensitizing students...Read more »
I live in a senior mobile home park, mobiles are owned by tennent, spaces rented monthly. Management inspects property often but never gives notice. They take potographs of patio, porch, yard and space under mobile, then posts letter with threats of eviction actions for things like: any item under... Read more »
Sorry that you are having to deal with this at a time when you should be resting on your laurels. In my experience the operators of MHP are often little dictators with the park as their empire. The believe they are the law. You should sell and move to a better place, if possible, because what...Read more »
I did a motion to compel discovery and officers and district attorney faild to provide body cam footage which I believe would prove my innocence of felony charges due to the investigator failing to remember the firearms were in a locked safe with a pad lock on it which no one had a key to so... Read more »
Before purchasing a home does a buyer have to disclose to the seller that they don't have any intention on living in the home as they plan on using the home as a community care facility? If so what kind of legal action can be taken against the buyer for not doing so?
Fraud would be the failure to disclose material facts regarding the sale of the property. Once you transfer the title the new Owner can make whatever legal use of the property they choose, you do not have any say in what they do. Therefore, the failure of the BUYER to disclose his future...Read more »
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