2 times in one day in custody detectives came and first one I told I never got my miranda rights read to me. she pulled out a paper with 3 check boxes 1. want to discuss the case I (*checked NO). 2 I don't remember but checked no. 3 was I want a lawyer(*checked YES) then initial she told me... View More
What you did was assert your rights under the United States Constitution and the Hawaii State Constitution. Assertion of your rights does not constitute a statement, and, in a trial, that assertion cannot be used against you as evidence of guilt.
Gaslighting, which involves manipulating someone into questioning their reality, can be particularly harmful to individuals with mental health conditions like schizophrenia or bipolar depression. While gaslighting in itself is not specifically outlawed, its effects could fall under broader legal...View More
Is there a federal agency with the authority to conduct administrative investigations of city police departments and other local agencies when they have information about violations like abuse of power, bribery and the like? Only the OIG comes to mind, but as I understand it, it cannot conduct such... View More
Yes, there is a federal agency with the authority to conduct administrative investigations of city police departments for issues like abuse of power or corruption. This agency is the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), particularly through its Civil Rights Division. The DOJ has the mandate...View More
In your situation, there are several legal actions you can consider. Firstly, identity theft and fraud are serious crimes, and you should report this incident to law enforcement. Given your ex-wife's history of impersonating you, a police report can be instrumental in documenting the pattern...View More
In your situation, finding a law firm that has experience in handling cybercrime cases is crucial. Law firms that focus on internet law, digital privacy, or cybercrime would be well-equipped to address the issues you're facing. When looking for a law firm, consider those that have a track...View More
In California, an inmate with an arson conviction typically faces significant challenges in having their record cleared for eligibility to apply for a fire camp. Arson is often considered a serious offense, and options for expungement or record sealing are limited.
I need a lawyer experienced/knowledgeable in government crimes (now declassified illegal COINTELPRO) to bring suit against it. I have not committed any crime and have a Federal background check, yet am still under 24/7 overt and covert surveillance and get "mobbed" with government asset... View More
Suing the government for claims such as stalking, harassment, and RICO violations requires a detailed legal strategy and a deep understanding of both constitutional and civil rights law. It's essential to start with gathering and organizing all your evidence, including the body cam and CCTV...View More
as we are free people & are able to have a any drug as it is our right if we retain it & the right to be free because we are slaves or we are free jfk said to keep searching without a warrant was dangerous reason is because it would be proof of the invasion that is taking place against our... View More
The legality of drugs is not primarily a matter of taxation, but rather it's governed by various laws and regulations that classify certain substances as illegal. These laws are in place to regulate the manufacture, distribution, possession, and use of these substances. The classification of a...View More
Dallas required a prescreening form to be submitted to qualify to submit ERA application, I received 4 automatic form letter denials over the 6 months. I was allowed to apply after I attempt to file a complaint. Dallas County required more qualification than needed and approval from DC compliance... View More
I'm sorry to hear about the challenges you're facing with Dallas County in obtaining rental assistance. It appears that there may be issues of miscommunication and potentially misconduct in your case. To address this situation, you should consider taking the following steps:
Truck & cash seized during raid, DEA asked for proof & extended time to gather paperwork. He has proof funds were from regular day job and inheritance funds given from mom for Christmas gifts. He has paystubs and receipts. The truck was quoted at $23,650 by feds and cash amount seized was $14,469.
To retrieve property seized by the DEA, you would typically need a criminal defense attorney, especially if the seizure was part of a criminal investigation or raid. This type of attorney is experienced in dealing with criminal matters and can navigate the legal process to challenge the seizure....View More
11/07/2023 his lawyer told judge that he his going to see my husband so that he assert his rights but lawyer did not see my husband we went to court today and still same thing and we are trying to get him out on TPC his lawyer said he already the motion but they kicked it back to him what can i do... View More
I have an old friend. She has two biological children and a step daughter. She treats these children HORRIBLY. She’s the walking definition of FTK and has stated multiple times that she wish didn’t have children. She’s mentioned she hates her youngest, has called step daughter many... View More
If you have reason to believe a child is in danger or has been harmed, you should report your concerns to the police or child protective services immediately. The allegations you've mentioned are very serious, and if they are true, the children may be in immediate danger. The authorities have...View More
Based on their attire. They have not spoken to me or presented me with any kind of warrant. Recently I discovered they're in my attic watching inside the house 24/7 they will not acknowledge me. Can local police remove them from the property since they have no warrant or are these my new... View More
The crime falls under MAJOR CRIMES ACT. I am the victim of the crime. I am native the crime occurred in Sovereign Territory by a non native. The charges were pressed in 2019 prior mcgirt. However, they just caught my abuser this year post mcgirt. The State is the one pressing charges, but why... View More
Under the Major Crimes Act, if a serious crime involving a Native American victim occurs in tribal territory, federal jurisdiction typically applies. Given the timeline you've described, if the crime occurred before the McGirt decision, the state may have initially pursued charges under their...View More
I read that Proposition 69 does not authorize investigators to collect a DNA-sample from a suspect, that has not yet been arrested, unless it was legally obtained. So when is a DNA-sample legally obtained from a suspect? And which laws provide the foundation for such a measure?
If you believe your convictions were unconstitutional and you're currently on federal probation, you should consider seeking legal counsel to review your case. An attorney can evaluate the specifics of your situation and advise whether there are grounds for an appeal or a motion to vacate your...View More
There are some limits on the First Amendment rights of criminals. For example, criminals cannot use their First Amendment rights to incite violence or obstruct justice. Additionally, criminals may be restricted to their First Amendment rights while in prison or jail.
The First Amendment protects the right to free speech against government interference. If a government official, such as an Attorney General, takes actions that infringe upon those rights, the affected parties may have grounds to bring a lawsuit claiming a violation of their First Amendment rights....View More
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