They want to verify that my misdemeanor charge isn't domestic assault or battery but it clearly States on the disposition that it isn't are they allowed because I feel like my rights for fire arms are being suppressed or neglected It's been more than the 60 days they say it takes I... Read more »
If necessary you will need to file an Action in General Sessions against the State. It is basically a Declaratory Judgment Action pursuant to Statute, and I believe you will need a competent attorney. This will need to be filed very soon.
My ex wife’s bf was charged and arrested for Agg assault. Her attorney represented her bf in court against her. The charges were dropped. The Same attorney also represents her in a child custody lawsuit. Is this not a conflict of interest or something?
I actually thought my car had been stolen from Wal-Mart parking lot while i was in jail that night. My aunt finally found out that it was at a different walmart. That is how bad my memory is along with many other issues bc of my brain injury disability
Police officers cannot turn on their emergency lights when they stop to help a motorist. Officer D turned on his when stopping to give possible assistance to Al, who was parked in his van on the shoulder of the road. He saw a beer "in plain sight" and he subsequnetly arrested Al for... Read more »
I was with someone I shouldn't have been around and took the charges for him. I'm trying to use the argument we were in someone's else's vehicle. I'm trying to build my case. I just wanted to know how much time I would be looking at. I also got pulled over again in July... Read more »
Hire a competent attorney today. You probably need a new phone and number. Do not associate with anyone that conducts illegal activities. Work hard and stay out of trouble. Again get a lawyer right now and quit trying to represent yourself as you are in alot of trouble.
It is definitely possible. The Sentencing can be appealed but it must be brought up in a Motion For New Trial first. However the difference is 35% instead of 30% to be served prior to Parole Elgibilty, in addition to a larger number of minimum years Sentence.
There is no such crime in Tennessee. Either you are talking about a felony assault while displaying or using a weapon, or you are talking about a misdemeanor for carrying a weapon. You have got two different crimes mixed up. Hire a competent attorney to represent you now.
There was a police call made by someone where we were and It was a false report because of underlying family issues so when the police came they grabbed my boy friend and beat on him they also took my weapon because I say it on the ground just for my safety when they arrived my weapon is in my name... Read more »
First make a written demand to the Chief of Police or the Sheriff to return your weapon. Then you need to file suit for Conversion against the City/County and the Officer that took the firearm with a SOL of 3 years. All this costs money and time, and many firearms are not worth the trouble. There...Read more »
This would be for the State of Tennessee. I know the company name and address. It is the name of one of their employees. The company refuses to give me the employee's name. I don't know if that's legal or not.
If you really want to prosecute the guy, then you will have to start tracking him down. You might hire an investigator, who might also assist you in getting a Warrant or an Indictment issued. Name, address and the main elements of assault will be needed to secure a Charge.
It is possible to file a GTLA suit. But what are your damages? Standing is paramount, so only the close next of kin might sue. A Small Estate Affidavit might get an Administrator for the plaintiff. But again, it is doubtful there is an actionable tort here, even with the Decedent's...Read more »
If you agreed, it is legal. By giving consent, you allowed it to occur. If you had said no, they would have had to proceed with securing a warrant in order to detain you for questioning. Hopefully you didn't admit to any criminal acts when speaking with the police. I recommend you consult with...Read more »
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