Bar said something along the lines of that people who don’t “support and respect” the cops “might find themselves without the police protection they need.” This was all framed in a context of political decent.
For our attorney general to say that feels like a threat especially... Read more »
What the Attorney General said was both inappropriate and highly improper, in my opinion. What you can do is make your voice heard in the ballot box next November at the next presidential election by choosing a candidate who will not keep this particular attorney general in his position. The only...Read more »
California Penal Code section 15 says that unless 1. Death or 2. Imprisonment or 3. Fine or 4. Removal from Office or 5. Disqualification to hold office is annexed upon conviction, there is no felony of misdemeanor.
Your question does not make sense and you've indicated that you're represented by an attorney so no other lawyers can ethically provide legal advice absent your legal counsel's authorization/presence. Talk to your attorney and get him to provide answers in writing if you feel you're not being fully...Read more »
It is not likely that criminal charges would be brought if you agree to repay the money. Nonetheless, because criminal charges are possible it would be wise to consult with a criminal defense attorney before approaching the EDD. Good luck to you.
It is not illegal to date just because you are under 18. However, if you and your boyfriend have a sexual relationship, he could be charged with statutory rape because you are under the age of consent. The law says a female under the age of 18 is incapable of consenting to sex, so be safe and...Read more »
Loud negative insulting statements about the case, the DA was there during these outbursts then she went inside court while these comments intimidated anyone in their presents others (witnesse's friend) came to speak to these witnesses about the case also.
I figure I should get the marijuana conviction dropped before asking to have the felony I was on probation for reduced; but is it possible to do them at the same time? I don’t live in the same town and I already drove there to pay off fines and get paperwork.
I was in an accident. A disabled car was in the fast lane with no lights, no hazards, or flares and I hit the car going 65mph. The disabled car was in an accident earlier that day and was reported to highway patrol but was never towed out of the fast lane. My question is, who is responsible?
The state is not responsible. The owner of the car and the driver are responsible. Potentially the person who performed maintenance on the vehicle is that is the reason it was disabled. If none of that proves fruitful, I hope you carried UM insurance. Contact a PI attorney to discuss your...Read more »
In Dec., 2018 i filed a request for hearing on food stamp benefits that were issued to me from 2007-2013 on a EBT card that i never had. Their paperwork confirms my first EBT card was issued in 2014. Their Case Comment Summary from my workers also confirms that no NOA was ever mailed to me through... Read more »
You should contact the San Mateo County Bar Association and request a referral to a lawyer who can help you with this issue. Make sure you keep all the evidence you have and take it to a lawyer to see if s/he can be of any assistance to you. I advise you to prepare a chronological story of what...Read more »
But apparently, he did not. He just keep talking he will pay me back, he will work hard, but nothing paid back. I let him use my credit card for daily life, but he used for sports betting without my consent. He kept promised me he won't do it again but it is still happening and he even do cocaine.... Read more »
dept of consumer affairs and Board of dentistry investigated an man for unlicensed unauth. practice of dentistry since they only enforce Licencees they turned it over to San mateos DA office for criminal prosecution...... they had enough evidence, expert testimony, victim, text messages and ect.... Read more »
The Dept of Consumer Affairs and Board of Dentistry have no obligation to refer a case for criminal prosecution or to advise you of the statute of limitations for a civil case. Speak to some attorneys about your case to confirm that the statute of limitations has, n fact, run.
Some of us are starting to receive violation notices from the city of paradise for code violations that are 2 months old along with the hefty fines for each. We were told that we would fall under a disaster ordinance upon return and I believe for up to 18 months. Now it is said only 180 days. the... Read more »
You need to get familiar with the City's Municipal Code right away. You and the others like you should appeal every citation you get. Get yourselves a good civil rights lawyer who can represent you in every citation case.
Permanently disabled prior to incidentd. Severe losses. Cause involves 1 of 2 drs already prosecuted by state of CA medical board, san diego hospital refusal to care, sheriff refusal to report . kidnapped from ER taken by ambulatory delivery to a border naval hospital, refused to treat acute... Read more »
I received a falsely accused complaint from a co-worker for pushing and hitting her. The accusation in fact comes right after another co-worker complaint about her best friend (aka her direct supervisor and my supervisor) because the supervisor gave her work to the lower level employee. I belong to... Read more »
You need to speak to your union representative right away. These kinds of interpersonal conflicts are very difficult to prevail in given the politics involved and the fact that so many things are subject to interpretation. If the union does not provide you with the assistance you need, you should...Read more »
I rent a car from an individual. The car was impounded by the Sherriff and I can't get in touch with the owner. I am being denied my personal property: cell phone, passport, work items, and clothes and food even though I can prove ownership of the items. I'm severely affected by not having my... Read more »
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