It depends on a number of things. Much more information is needed in order to address this question. If you have been charged with an offense, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
I had a friend whom had charges filed on him by a mad ex girlfriend he had come and stayed in my home a few times. Police came and arrestwd me on a misdemeanor traffic warrant and hour later returned to arrest him,he volunteered to give up and walked out to themlocking soor behind him,the ploice... Read more »
It's entirely possible that the search of the house was illegal. As a general rule, the police must have a warrant to conduct a search of a residence but there are many exceptions. You should consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can review the evidence to determine whether a...Read more »
December 24th, 2017 @ 7:03 the driver sped thru the intersection failing to stop at all and with speed. I drove through my intersection w/ no stop sign and I t-boned the driver with passenger through the UBER app. Driver was driving with 2 moving violations of speeding over 15 mph within that year... Read more »
Your case should be postured to file suit soon based on your fact description. I would urge you to hire an experienced attorney if you haven't done so already. The "Driver's" traffic violation records may not come in as evidence necessarily and will likely be challenged as to relevancy. There...Read more »
I get pulled over for no front plate officer approaches window do you have you drivers licence and insurance. My answer no I don't I left it at home and insurance is on my phone but I have my ID. Officer aggressive starts looking through the drivers side with his flash light. Then proceeds to ask... Read more »
Have you been charged with a crime? If so, you need to hire an attorney to assist you right away. The sooner you hire an attorney the better. If you have not been charged with a crime, there is not much you can do at this point.
The cop lied saying I tried to get back in my vehicle and that then he tased me. Really he walked me out in the field and beat the crap out of me and tased me out there. Four months later I get a warrant for drug possession, resisting, and obstruction. Grounds for dismissal?
This is something for you to discuss with your attorney. Your attorney will have all of the needed information in order to answer this question. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away. The sooner you hire an attorney the sooner that attorney can start working on the...Read more »
That’s a tough one. It’s no surprise you weren’t able to find anything. Due process is a constitutional protection against the taking of one’s life, liberty, or property by the government without first applying certain legal measures. It’s hard to see the connection.
I'm 19 and she moved without telling me that she was even planning to move. Some of my stuff is still with her in her new house and documents such as my birth certificate and citizenship papers are also with her.
You do not state whether you are a government employee. Due process is not required in private employment circumstances, but typically is with public employees. Similarly, employees in the private sector typically have no property interest in their job, whereas a public employee may. Your question...Read more »
U can generally be discharged at 18. But its not usually a good idea. The state will pay for college, vocational training, etc. Getting married is no magic answer. 18 year olds generally are not mature enough to make a good determination as to a mate.
As one answerer noted, the establishment clause is a restriction on Congress - or at least it originally was. Today, the establishment clause is interpreted to restrict actions the executive branch can take as well (eg. Trumps Muslim Ban). How did this clause come to be interpreted this way?
It is certainly a challenge, particularly if it is a school funded by any state or local government. I would recommend consulting with an attorney individually for a consultation if you truly believe the school is liable to you for damages.
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