Even after seeing the security footage of me being assaulted with a 3ft pry bar. (My neighbor tried to hit me (3 times) while on the top of a ladder.) She wasn't taken to jail. Nor was I given a temporary restraining order. Even though I asked for one. This person has been harassing, stalking,... Read more »
You might want to get a Civil Harassment Restraining Order in place. You can hire an attorney , go to your local legal-aid, or get the forms in a packet from the superior court civil clerk in your county. Judicial Council form CH-100 starts you in the right place. You don't need a lawyer to do...Read more »
Scenario: I have my own personal deposit-accepting atm machine that only I use, no one else. I make a deposit of $100 into my checking account using a $100 bill. I then physically open the ATM machine and take out that $100 bill that was just inserted (but my checking account balance remains the... Read more »
I'm a retired police officer from Massachusetts. I was involved in several investigations that have been completed but the trials have not started. I do not believe that my testimony is really germane to the cases.
Valid subpoenas served on witnesses are enforceable especially in today's world of zoom appearances...My suggestion is to contact the office of the attorney serving the subpoena and/or the prosecutors involved in the cases.
The legal standard for a restriction on parenting time is endangerment. The best way to establish endangerment is with a Department of Human Services investigation. If you believe that the child is being abused or neglected, you can make a report to the Department of Human Services.
Sounds like a plea bargain…probation is probation regardless of who is doing the monitoring. Felony probation typically exceeds twelve months, while misdemeanor probation is typically less than twelve. Regardless, you are being supervised by a state/county agency for the time period the judge...Read more »
The officer gave my son a lecture after hearing both sides. I as the parent broke up the altercation. The officer said if they come back everyone on the property will be arrested. He told my son you don't want your father arrested or yourself. My main question is since my son is only 17 a... Read more »
As far as the altercation is concerned, the individuals involved would be the ones subject to arrest. When police arrived, anyone who fails to follow lawful commands or acts unruly would also be subject to arrest. If you supply prohibited substances to the minors or allow them to use them while on...Read more »
I agreed to pay an additional $200 per month ($2,400 /yr) based on the cost of $4,800 per year for [our son's] special needs summer camp. However the invoices from [the special needs summer camp] were 2019: $3,600.00, 2020: $0.00, and 2021: $3,120.00 resulting in an over-payment of $3,840.... Read more »
You could report it to police and-or your local criminal prosecutor's office and see what they say. I doubt they'd be interested in criminal prosecution. Give your family law attorney a call, or an attorney doing civil litigation work. Only the government can file a criminal Complaint....Read more »
No. It’s a hearing to appear at and for you to testify or present other evidence to oppose whatever relief is being sought against you at the hearing. There are so many different possible forms of relief where a show cause hearing is held, from relatively minor matters to serious, some which...Read more »
That depends on a number of factors including the specificity of correct information in the OFP. You should discuss the issue directly with a criminal defense attorney. I certainly would NOT suggest that you violate the order and HOPE for the best. That would be a terrible idea.
He left me w35$. Can I change the irrevocable trust and sell my home? Since I can prove fraud, identity theft, elder abuse. I owe109,000 on my mortgage can I get a home equity loan on a 6 family ? I need money for legal fees and dental work.
In Aruba 2015 on my way back to the island. Thebissue is I flew back to venezuela and The thieve left me locked up in my Room with some virtual Police insulting me as F..ing Streaper with part of The crew Voices from my last job on board Azteca II ( i cant afford a lawyer and A bit damaged )
My spouse has an Effingham Co IL public defender that has only spoken with him twice and doesn’t answer questions or give any advice. My spouse has put in numerous requests for different things and He only says, ‘I would love to win your case.’ He has a Pre trial approaching in a couple of... Read more »
Assigned Public Defenders handle many cases, not just one case where they have luxury of reaching out to the client at any time. Also, The rule of thumb is that if one wants a counsel who will invest time, effort and resources in any criminal case then a private counsel must be retained as...Read more »
It depends on the amount of the taking or the loss-----I believe the law has changed such that if the amount of the taking or the loss is less than $1,000, then it is a misdemeanor and if it is $1,000 or more, then it is a felony. Also, if one has prior theft type convictions, then it is possible...Read more »
I know the law states “without invitation” but if the person has serious mental issues how are they able to offer invitation? And the person they contact continues to accept call and repeatedly continues to tell them things that triggers them to have episodes
Pulled over for license plate light and came back clean when running license. Pulls me out of car, and I had .5g or less and he said that gave him probable cause to search. It's not illegal to be in possession of marijuana in Illinois so why would that give him probable cause? I believe my... Read more »
It’s illegal to possess marijuana in a vehicle unless it is basically in store packaging. So the search was probably legal. You should have an attorney evaluate the evidence for potential motions or to negotiate on your behalf.
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