I rented a Uhaul truck from a facility and paid for it in full, and then on my drive home I was followed by police, pulled over, and then had 6 cop cars swarm me and demand i get out at gunpoint. I was detained, placed into handcuffs, read Miranda rights, and then told the truck was stolen. I did... Read more »
You may have a defamation or false arrest claim. Either UHaul should not have reported that particular truck as stolen, or the police stopped the wrong truck (if there was another truck that was stolen and reported as such). Hard to tell who the actual legal claim is against, but you likely do...Read more »
I got pulled over and was charged with the DUI a few months ago and I allowed the officer to search my vehicle and I told him where my firearm was they took it and the next day when I was released from the jail they didn't give it back how long are they allowed to keep it before I can have it back
If the firearm is evidence in the case for some reason (it doesn't sound like it, but for example, someone might also be charged with unlawful carry in addition to DUI), then they'll hang on to it for at least as long as the case stays pending in court. But if not, then they should be...Read more »
Rent me room in front but can rent same room in back. After I called cust Ser. She said guy then said I was banned from property bc of 1st stay. Stayed 1 night and he accused me of having high traffic to and from my room which wasn't true and that me and my girlfriend was sitting outside. I... Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL matter, hotels are given leeway in terms of declining patrons. The most practical option might be to look into other hotels. You could consult with a South Carolina to ask if they see things...Read more »
Courts today can apply elements of both types of law. It will come down to a matter of the type of case the court has subject matter jurisdiction over, so that if a federal district court is deemed to have admiralty jurisdiction over a matter, it will apply maritime law and the Federal Rules of...Read more »
A teacher’s First Amendment rights include freedom of speech and a number of other fundamental freedoms. Freedom of speech is not absolute, meaning that certain forms of speech are not protected. These include speech which incites, is obscene, defamatory, and a number of other prohibited forms of...Read more »
I was forced to attend 12 Step / AA religious programs for 62 hours a week for 9 month, under a largely publicly funded VA program. I had to do this horrible religions, and forfeit contact to the outside world (such as going to San Diego State University for several months. I needed food, water and... Read more »
we live in a 55+ community and when purchasing a home here we were told the indoor pool was kept at a temperature of 86 degrees. Not true, it is kept at 82 degrees which is too cold to be used by seniors with various medical problems.
Peaceful picketing is probably governed by local ordinance. But the community you live in is a private organization, and you would have to read all the rules and regulations and the bylaws, basically all there is to read about the community, it is not the government. The Constitution applies to the...Read more »
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