She originally had her Ring camera aimed directly at my door, blatantly filming me and my bf whenever we opened our door and recorded directly into my unit. Since my initial complaint she has redirected her video down the hall, however, it is still up, against our CC&Rs (Architectural Violations)... Read more »
From a cursory perspective, yes your neighbor would be violating Georgia’s eavesdropping statute, however more information is needed before a definitive answer can be provided. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
Irs rules and regulations states i get to claim him every year because i am custodial parent and he lives with me and irs states decree after 2009 cant be used my papers say dad claim every othet year but nothing about 8332 form irs requires him to have one signed by me i have not done so
If you provide over half of the child support and you have written proof of same, and you are the parent then you may claim on your income tax return, but, if you are audited you have to prove it. Save all checks, written receipts, and all other written evidence.;attach a statement to your return...Read more »
The rental home belonged to my friend they stated it was two marijuana roaches I was hallucinating refused me a drug test I was working in a different part of home than drugs were , no drugs found on myyperson placed in two separate cars searched twice , at jail charged with meth possession at the... Read more »
Last week my bank called to inform me of suspicious activity going on with my account (BBT). They told me that the person had attempted to, and succeeded, in entering my account via mobile device somewhere overseas. I was directed to change my account information and go into my nearest bank as soon... Read more »
At this point, it is best to file a formal complaint with your bank. Do you have any documentation from the bank when they alerted you of any suspicious activity? Secondly, the bank should be able to determine where the funds came from and when the funds were withdrawn. If you did not withdraw ANY...Read more »
This question is for attorneys well-versed in USPS regulations. Does a county police officer (not state or Federal) have the right to stop and interrogate a USPS mail carrier to ask them to verify an addressee's name on a delivered mail item? The police officer in this analogy has no search... Read more »
The simple answer is no. Since USPS is a governmental agency with specific regulations and rules, it is best to sift all these type grievances through their channels. On the surface, it appears to be a privacy issue. It is always best to consult an attorney who can assess the specifics of your...Read more »
This is typically proven in court on direct and/or cross examination. This is the importance of good legal counsel. If you haven’t already, it is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case and provide you with tailored representation.
No, not on the court order. Customarily, jurisdiction is pled in the complaint. However, an objection to subject matter jurisdiction may be raised at any time, even after a decision is rendered. There are even instances when the court raises on its own. A decision that the court lacked subject...Read more »
The person is a bad person to society with no morals and has caused me a great deal of pain and anguish. I want to beat them up and expose them for what they are. I guess I have a vendetta can I threaten them without getting a terroristic threat charge?
It is illegal to use any threatening language of any kind towards a person in the state of Georgia. You could face possible charges such as terroristic threats or harassing communication. If you are in physical danger, I advise seeking the help of law enforcement. If you are not in physical...Read more »
Dfcs came to do a welfare check at 3am I told them they couldn't come in she came back with east point police they said the only way someone can get my kids if I sign my rights over I went to jail the allegation was that the kids was left in the house alone wasnt eating wearing the same clothes... Read more »
Generally speaking, yes. However, more information is needed before a definitive answer can be provided. Other factors may be considered. It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible who can assist you with navigating the specifics of your case.
Hello, I have a question. I have a friend who was arrested about 2 weeks ago. He lives in the state of Tennessee and was arrested in a fugitive warrant out of Georgia. Come to find out the charge is child abandonment. He is being held till May with no bond. The hearing is in May. I was wanting to... Read more »
More information is needed before an answer can be provided. It is in your friend’s best interest to contact an attorney who practices in Georgia and who can assist with the specifics of the case. There are many things to consider.
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I was in a motorcycle accident and my breaks went out at the time of the collision. The road i was turning on was a hill, so i was rolling down the hill all while panicking trying to stop my dodge durango. I finally put the emergency breaks on. I was .05 miles from the scene. I could see the police... Read more »
Your circumstances are unfortunate, and I want yo provide you with answers. However, more information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. It is best to consult an attorney as soon as possible. You do not want statutes of limitations to run.
If a person of 55 that has maintained a absolute clean record with no criminal history of any kind there whole life at age 55. and has now been charge with the committed felony crimes for communication by phone & felony #2. Communication by text. using a cell phone to commit the following felony... Read more »
Hearsay. He was already questioned & gave information on what he knows to the authority. He don't have bond, & the GBI turned down the charges that's pending. The public defender is slow moving on his case & we seriously need help getting him home, cause he is innocent. What do we need to do to get... Read more »
If you are not happy with the services of his public defender then you need to hire a lawyer. There are a lot of things behind the scenes that you may not be aware of. Plus, you are getting second and third hand information. Call us...we are here to help.
All depends. White collar crimes are an odd duck. Some local jurisdictions go whole hog on them and go for broke, others are a guaranteed "probation and restitution." The facts surrounding the theft matter heavily. So does the method of theft.
Exit interview for making the team or being cut, no parent was present, it was in a closed office in which he spoke harshly in an aggressive tone and made her cry. She wasn’t cut made the team but found out 4 months later he had recorded her... not sure if he recorded all players for their exit... Read more »
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