Plaintiff received federal funds allocated by a nonprofit entity operating with in California. Plaintiff has a history of substantial filings of unlawful detainers since the 1980 in Alameda County. Defendant is a 100% service-Connected disabled Operation Iraqi Freedom Army Veteran who has been... Read more »
Simply put, the Federal courts have original jurisdiction in cases and controversies which raise either a federal question, or in civil cases where the parties reside in different states and the amount in controversy exceeds $75,000. A typical unlawful detainer case is between landlord and tenant...Read more »
I was released from jail after serving two months for a warrant out of San Francisco county. Animal Care and Control released my do to a rescue shelter but they won't tell me where exactly she is located. What can I do in order to get her back home?
Hi. There is the 20-year SOL, but you may have a better way of approaching this matter. If the collection was on an incorrect use of her SSN (Identity Theft), there are ways to prove this to be true and possibly get the money returned.
The facts as you've described them are quite unusual and an answer to your inquiry would require an investigation and analysis by a skilled attorney with experience in dealing with the BOE, which is now the CDTFA.
There is too much information missing to answer you. How old are you? If you are at least 18 years old, you should be able to get your drivers license or California ID yourself. You can contact Kaiser directly to have your card issued to you if you are still eligible to be insured under your...Read more »
I attempted to enroll into a substance abuse treatment facility and was denied denied the right to have Cedar and Sage with me at facility to pray with. I am a Latino and Native American Lipan Apache Indian I send my prayers to the Creator and the smoke from the sage carries them. the director said... Read more »
going to tow but I ran outside, showed all the paperwork including temporary moving passes from DMV but she had it towed anyway. I couldn't afford to pay they sold at lien and now are charging me $2661 I only had the car 13 days when this happened. Isn't there anything I can do? Isn't that against... Read more »
I have numerous questions to ask and have answered before I could give you some reasonable advice on this question. I suggest you contact an attorney with experience in handling civil rights matters to help you through your problem. You can contact the Western San Bernardino County Bar Association...Read more »
Removed from him. His house was raided 4 drugs & drugs were found with both my girls being there my 15 yr old & my 12 yr old who has down sydrome. The NTF notified cps they came did a emergency removal never notified me about it. My girls were taken 2 get druged tested cps didnt all9w me 2 go... Read more »
Often CPS and the courts ask the parents to do things like drug test and attend classes to make sure the parent is committed to ensuring the children's safety and well being. Often success requires cooperating with CPS and showing them that you are all about the kids.
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 »
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