In June 2015, Walmart security took me to the back room where I was belittled, and accused of shoplifting, but they couldn’t find anything that I had supposedly stolen, so I stood up to leave, but was shoved back into the seat and sat on by one young man while another twisted my left arm around... Read more »
When the owner showed up that morning he found the home and my vehicle wide open as if they left in a hurry dually noted as to the outside disturbance call when I returned I found footprints behind the home 19 3/4 inches long 10 1/2 inches wide 6 feet apart I took pictures printed casts deemed... Read more »
I live alone in a rural area and filed a report against neighbors whose dogs have repeatedly entered my property, killing and injuring my animals. The deputy that came to my home began following me on social media the next day using information he gathered during official business to search for me... Read more »
The answer is yes, you absolutely have constitutional rights even while under a criminal investigation. It is extremely important to contact an attorney, even in this early stage, who can assist you and ensure your rights are not violated.
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Your post remains open for two weeks. At this point, you could contact Georgia employment law attorneys you find on this site, or through your own independent searches, and discuss the matter in confidence with them. Based on these brief facts, it's anyone's guess why the form has been...Read more »
They have no physical address for a office and has went out of his way to ignore the family for over 3 years now even though they are aware the family does not agree with the findings, has the evidence to prove the cause and manner of death to be different then listed on the death certificate, has... Read more »
More information is necessary. There is a difference between being stopped and being cited/ticketed. Please provide a clarified question, and I or one of my colleagues will be glad to provide you with an answer.
A speeding ticket in Georgia is misdemeanor crime, although the penalties for a first, life-time speeding ticket in Georgia are capped below the standard maximum penalties for misdemeanors. See O.C.G.A. § 40-6-1.
"Under ' "the wing span" ' limitation of Chimel, a search incident is limited to that area within the lunge, within the reach, within the grasp of the arrestee—the area 'which may fairly be deemed to be an extension of his person'—the area in which the...Read more »
I reported the abuse to Cherokee County Georgia's child protection services caseworker. Who ignored it. I ran away short time later in fear for my safety because the caseworker told the foster parent I told her about the abuse,which got worse because of that. I was punished and thrown in... Read more »
Foster parents are considered state employees for purposes of the Georgia State Tort Claims Act. OCGA § 50–21–22(7). However, OCGA § 50-21-24, provides that, "The state shall have no liability for losses resulting from: ... (7) Assault, battery, false imprisonment, false arrest,...Read more »
No, a judge cannot do that. Judges have to ensure that proceedings in their courtrooms comply with the rules of civil procedure, criminal procedure, rules of evidence, and the U.S. Constitution. If anything, judges have to know these things better than anyone else in the courtroom so that an...Read more »
What is the maximum length of time that a person can be held in jail for "Civil Contempt -- Back Child Support"? There are no criminal charges. Amount of child support arrears is $3,500. The person in jail has zero financial resources and zero ability to come up with the money to pay... Read more »
The court will only order jail time if the court finds that she has not exhausted all resources in order to try to pay. $3500 is not a lot of money to come up with. She needs to have applied for loans, title pawns, sold jewelry, gotten a 2nd job, maxed out credit card, asked for money from...Read more »
Texas has a hold, husband is in GA jail (paulding) if they don't file for an extention immediately, does paulding county detention center HAVE to release him? Already have a lawyer working for him in TX, just need to get him out of jail here to get him home to myself and our children under 2... Read more »
It all depends on the Sheriffs. Different counties have different policies. However, you may want to just check with TX and see when they are going to pick him up first. Because if they make a promise to pick him up he may not be released in 14 days.
I cannot answer the question without an answer to the following:
1. When you say left money for grand kids and Dad used it to buy a house, it is critical what the Will said that left the grand kids the money. If it simply leaves money to Dad for the benefit of children, that is one thing....Read more »
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