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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Federal Crimes, Identity Theft and White Collar Crime for California on

Q: Out first & ONLY attempt to release <in hand> absolute, binding proof, Staff + Exec Credit Union Corruption/Fraud/Kiting

Question is: who wants it? This won't even make it to arbitration, it's gonna be handcuffs for at least 3 High-ranking executives, down to scrub(s) that open account in July 2017.

As the CIO stated, "you can have as many sub-accounts as you want" Apparently I have several and I'm the... Read more »

William John Light answered on Aug 15, 2019

Sounds like a criminal or regulatory matter. The National Credit Union Administration is the independent federal agency that regulates, charters and supervises federal credit unions. You can submit a complaint to it here: complaint.mycreditunion.gov/CAC/CommunityLogin

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Probate for California on

Q: What am I supposed to do if my boyfriend had nudes of a past girlfriend that was the SAME AGE as him and now has court?

My boyfriend who is 15 had received some sexual pictures from his previous girlfriend. Although, she's the same age and it was not forced to be sent to him. He saved the images in Dropbox instead of his normal gallery. The company realized she was underaged and contacted police. He now has to go to... Read more »

Gary Kollin answered on Aug 4, 2019

Unless you have the funds to hire a lawyer, I do not see anything you can do for him.

A general problem in computer crimes is proving who placed the item there. Generally, it a situation like his unless there is a witness to the cat or a confession either to the police or a person who...
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Q: Can I get probation or avoid jail time for my first felony if found guilt about stealing money and what if I had the

Amount on court would that help

Gary Kollin answered on Aug 3, 2019

Anything is possible

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for California on

Q: My name is Yobani Gutierrez-Nunez and I want to know what other deal I can get if they denied probation ??

Gary Kollin answered on Aug 3, 2019

You have a lawyer. Consult your lawyer

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: If Police Report is falsified & evidence tampered to cover up the Suspect not to be prosecuted, is this a Federal Crime

We were victim of a deadly assault weapon (box cutter knife) use by a Real Estate Broker as Brandishing of Knife. Police found evidence took victims statements, assured victims suspect will be scheduled for prosecution. Police Officers then falsified the Report & conspired together with the... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow answered on Jul 25, 2019

Every case is unique and more information is needed to properly answer your query intelligently.

However, it is always a good idea to contact a local attorney that handles these types of cases in the court most proximate to where you would have to appear.

There is a difference...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Estate Planning, Federal Crimes and Probate for California on

Q: How to make Caretaker explain infront of Probate Judge why she took bankDocs,purse,jewelry,safeDeposit key,car,etc.

Caretaker admits to taking all this stuff but has not returned it. Now she wont speak to me at all. Said she placed furniture and other belongings in Uhaul Storage but didnt give me the key or address. Told me she took this because she had power of attorney which i never seen. She also wrote checks... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow answered on Jul 22, 2019

more info needed.

you should have a probate attorney who can guide you.

if she can't produce documents allowing her to do that I would call the police on her...but they will probably say it is Civil matter

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: Can a sheriff while not on duty or on uniform carry his concealed weapon on his belt were is exposed for others to see?

Dale S. Gribow answered on Jul 14, 2019

more info needed.

not sure if the issue is whether it is legal but rather whether it complies with the rules of the shefiff's dept

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: Can I suit the County for an assault from the guards

I was assaulted by the guards producing bodily injuries. And because I blow the whistle there was abuse of my due process and there was a malicious prosecution under color of law and on 5-9-19 my case was dismissed. Can I sue the County

Louis George Fazzi answered on Jun 15, 2019

You can sue the guards for assault and battery if the charges against you were dismissed. The time within which to do so is short, so you should contact a lawyer with experience in civil rights cases to guide you through the process. You could also sue the county which employed the deputies. A good... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law, Civil Rights, Employment Discrimination and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: My husband is a permanent resident, can immigration deny him reentry because he has a legal cannabis job?

when he flies out to his country in Israel and reenters the usa, will immigration deny him entry due to his profesion? Can they see on record that hes registered with the sheriffs dept. As a legal worker?

Hector E. Quiroga answered on May 22, 2019

No. This could impact him if he files for US citizenship, for which he has to show five years of good moral character. A recent policy change requires a determination of lack of good moral character for people working in even the legal cannabis business.

1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation, Banking, Federal Crimes and Government Contracts for California on

Q: The judge didn't appoint a guardian ad litem my lawyer ask for it they never said he could cash my checks what do I do

Judge stated that guardian only gave rides help with housing health care mange money he doesn't give me my checks I'm homeless no doctor need meds

Ronald Mahurin answered on May 20, 2019

If the WCJ did not appoint a guardian then you have none and you should be cashing your checks, not someone else. Speak to the WC carrier and demand that the checks be sent directly to you. If someone then takes the checks and cashes them, it is a matter for the district attorney.

2 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: An ex employee, a maid, purloins the house key entrusted to her by her former employers.

She does not think they will mind if she enters their residence to borrow their lawnmower. She enters their property using the duplicate key while they are on vacation in order to borrow their lawnmower. She enters their home, removes the lawnmower, loads it into her truck, goes back into their... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow answered on May 17, 2019

more info needed.

not only can she be charged with burglary but assault with a deadly weapon if the facts warrant it.

was she working for them at the time and is NOW a former employee or was she a former employee BEFORE the incident.

her sentence will be influenced by a...
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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: Can a felony 529 charge be dropped to a misdemeanor?

Dale S. Gribow answered on May 13, 2019

more info needed.

PC 148.9 falsely ID'ing self to police officers is also a misdemeanor and possibly as part of a plea bargain you would plead to that count and dismiss the underlying count.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Gov & Administrative Law and Public Benefits for California on

Q: Do you have to get drug tested for all 3 years on probation?

For California San Mateo County

Dale S. Gribow answered on Apr 29, 2019

more info needed.

everything is controlled by the judges orders or terms and conditions.

you should pose any questions like this to the lawyer who represented you on the case as s/he will understand the sentence.

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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law, Business Law and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: Can I fight for property that was never paid for years ago to my father who is no longer living in the states?

My father fled the States in 2006 after having trouble with the law but signed a bill of sale to transfer half of his business to his business partner for about $600,000 but the buyer stopped sending him money within a year. Due to this, my father signed a power of attorney to my mother (never... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Apr 28, 2019

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Estate Planning, Federal Crimes and Probate for California on

Q: Los Angeles probate case, I hired lawyer because I want to Object/ file 850.Lawyer never filed 850 but said he did....

I trusted my attorney was doing what I wanted. I brought him my paperwork and he agreed with me that i should object to probate and excluded my property from the estate. I even paid him $5000 to file. He told me it'll be a long process its been 2yrs now and I just found out my attorney never filed... Read more »

Richard Samuel Price answered on Apr 3, 2019

I'm sorry that you are going through this. You should have a sit-down discussion with your attorney to understand what has happened. If you don't get satisfactory answers, you can switch attorneys.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for California on

Q: The college admissions scandal. How is it a crime to bribe a coach at a private college to gain admission?

My understanding is that one of the elements is that it must involve a public official or someone who has a "legal duty". "Public official" is not at issue here. The definition of "legal duty" appears to be "an obligation to obey the law." That is hardly illuminating, as that definition applies... Read more »

Marc David Pelta answered on Mar 30, 2019

There are federal crimes involved here because the activities crossed states lines. If you read the various articles about it, they explain what federal crimes are being charged in these cases. It is a good question.

2 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: Can police arrest my son based on speculation?

My son, a few of his classmates, and his art teacher were arrested because cops believe we fabricated photos that were used in a criminal case.

My son's girlfriend was arrested for disorderly conduct and trespassing by a former security guard at his school. The guard claim blames her for... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow answered on Mar 27, 2019

More info is needed to properly evaluate your case.

this sounds like a serious case that needs a good criminal lawyer to go over all the facts.

What you are asking is akin to calling a doctor and asking over the phone to diagnose the pain in your stomach.

They need more than...
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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: Do u do criminal case or advice

My STEP son and his friend were driving together when pulled over the friend had. Firearm bit my step son was charged with it

Dale S. Gribow answered on Mar 27, 2019

More info is needed to properly evaluate your case.

Chances are your son was driving and the gun was not found on his friend.

Thus they are arguing constructive possession, not ownership.

It is assumed we know what is in our car.

Contact a good criminal lawyer asap....
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for California on

Q: If you was convicted and sentenced to prison and found out the the Judge or The Clerk Doesn't Has A Oath of office..

The Clerk Doesn't Has A Oath Of Office Hasn't Never Have A Oath of office Filed...

Dale S. Gribow answered on Mar 26, 2019

more info needed.

was it that the clerk was sworn in and papers not filed or never sworn into his/her office.

IF you were to win on that basis the best i would think would be a retrial but i doubt that would happen..............

probably more like a harmless error.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for California on

Q: My brothers ex-wife changing personal info in his file, and using SS number to acquire credit.

Ex-wife prosecuted for fraud in past. She acquired home loan without my brothers knowledge, while he was in jail. She's committed fraud using my parents with HUD. She's heavily involved with crime. She's used false Social Security numbers, defrauded Welfare and my dead parents. She goes to the... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow answered on Mar 22, 2019

more info needed.

did you have a lawyer assist with RO? if so s/he will be in the best position to assist you.

usually, a criminal lawyer is questioned about how to get someone out of trouble.

the opposite is usually contacting the police? have you done that yet?

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