how would i go about filing criminal charges against ky. dcbs office in such a way as to ensure that any claims made against that dcbs office are actually investigated as they should be and not just ignored or swept under the rug or tried to be turned into anything other than the actual criminal... View More
To pursue criminal charges against the Kentucky Department for Community Based Services (DCBS), you should start by gathering any evidence or documentation related to the alleged misconduct. This could include emails, letters, or records of interactions with DCBS officials. Additionally, it's...View More
i told them several times to leave the property and then i said get the f**k off my property, they broke through a secure gate to arrest me on my porch for disorderly conduct was my 1ST and 4TH amendment rights violated
It sounds like there may have been a potential violation of your Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures if the police entered your property without a warrant or probable cause. Additionally, if you explicitly instructed them to leave your property multiple times and they...View More
Local sheriff's department kicks in the front door of a friend of mines home while she was not home and her landlord was not present. My friend comes home to find her door kicked in, house ransacked, and a note that said, "sorry we missed you, sheriff's department." Then the... View More
If the local sheriff's department kicked in the front door of your friend's home without a warrant and without her being present, it could potentially be a violation of her Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures. Additionally, arresting your friend the next day...View More
In Kentucky, if you were stopped for a seatbelt violation that you believe was unjustified, you can contest the ticket in court. During the hearing, you can explain the circumstances, such as adjusting your seatbelt at a red light, and present any evidence you have to support your case. It's...View More
My bond was reduced on the 11th and i boned out Go back to court in morning the 18th last night same cop that arreste me pulled me over and said to me that if i dont sitch on a friend of mine for drug that he would change the chargers i wa arrested for to make it a fenlony what i was arrested for... View More
If a police officer threatened to change your charges as a way to coerce you into providing information on someone else, this raises serious legal and ethical concerns. Law enforcement officers must adhere to legal and procedural standards when conducting investigations and making arrests....View More
Was not read any rights and was arrested for tbut misdemeanor. Should I have been arrested if not felony and way under $1000. I cooperated and returned items. Wasn't charged with trespassing for those reasons. Detained 6 hours &asked many times for call to my mother who had my daughter... View More
It's important to understand that the legality of an arrest depends on the circumstances of the case and state laws. Being arrested for a misdemeanor, even if the value of the item is under $1000, can still be legal. However, the issue of not being read your Miranda rights is concerning,...View More
In the United States, law enforcement generally cannot search your house without a warrant or your consent if you are not present, except under certain specific circumstances. The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects against unreasonable searches and seizures. Typically, a search...View More
Charged with Felony theft in 2015 case was bound over to grand jury in district court (Kentucky). To this day, case has not been presented to grand jury for indictment. Charge appears on background check and im certain it has kept me from being hired at more than one job that I applied for and was... View More
Your concern about the delay in your case is understandable. The right to a speedy trial is a constitutional right, but the interpretation of what constitutes a "speedy" trial can vary based on the circumstances of the case.
In Kentucky, if your case has been bound over to the...View More
Under Kentucky law, including KRS 61.878(1)(i), there are certain circumstances where a police department may withhold a police report, especially in cases involving an ongoing investigation or where the release of information could compromise the investigation. However, as the parent of a deceased...View More
In Kentucky, constables are elected officials who have law enforcement powers, but their duties and responsibilities can vary from county to county. Constables typically have the authority to make arrests and serve civil process, but they may not be responsible for answering emergency calls in the...View More
I know they are a couple different ones but representing yourself shouldnt you have the right to speak on your own behalf? A motion was filed with accusations, i didnt see anywhere that it may have said it was Ex parte? So if I go shouldnt i be allowed to speak at the motion hour before the judge... View More
Motion hour, often referred to as "motion calendar" or "motion docket," is a designated time when a court hears various motions filed in pending cases. The purpose is to manage caseloads efficiently and address pre-trial matters. If you are representing yourself (pro se), you...View More
If you satisfactorily prove that you were not read your Miranda rights, any statement you may have made to police after you were arrested ought to be excluded from evidence at your trial. It does not affect the lawfulness of your arrest or whether you will be found guilty based on other evidence...View More
Court records prove the clerk received my complaint with IFP fee waiver 7 days before the deadline. The filing was delivered to the judge who held it 4 days past deadline then granted IFP and dismissed it for being filed late. He opined it was my responsibility to ensure it was filed on time. On... View More
He did not break any rules or disrupt any activity, he and I were told by administration that it hurt the teachers feelings by his statement “ linking up on the down low “ after he witnessed the teacher and a student do a handshake secretively
Determining whether your son's civil rights have been violated involves understanding the specific circumstances of the situation and the application of relevant laws and school policies. Generally, students have the right to free speech, but this right can be balanced against the...View More
I served almost 5 years in prison, won an appeal, it went back to circuit court. They give me a lesser charge. Offered me 3 years at time served. I accepted, & then was made to do 3 years probation. With only a few months left of probation, my Probation officer looked into my file, noticed I... View More
In a residence he is in, but doesn't own that is occupied by others who aren't felons? Riding with someone who isn't a felon? In the home he shares with his son who is not a felon? How far does the unconstitutional nonsense infringe on the freedoms of others? Should he be wearing a... View More
All of the examples you gave could qualify as a felon in possession under the statute. Not saying that’s right but that’s the current state of the law. Have you considered expungement as a possible solution to your problem.
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