If someone is convicted of crimes committed on federal property in the federal court in DC, can they also be tried under DC’s local jurisdiction for crimes not covered by federal law but covered by DC's local law? Or would it be double jeopardy?
answered on May 29, 2023
Yes. They can be tried. Separate sovereigns eliminates the double jeopardy argument.
CPS lied literally lied in court concerning the entire petition. I've never been in trouble before yet they gave temporary custody to my ex whom has been banned for 6 months once from the kids he's Ben in jail alot as to rehab yet I've never been n jail never failed a drug screen but... Read more »
Just found out that an investigation has been opened and I have been summoned to court over a active chfs case in Kentucky that was alleged against my fiance dropping my son off and my neighbor finding him sleeping behind a dumpster as a neglect and abuse case. However my neighbor, has been adamant... Read more »
My case has been frilious and I've had my constitutional rights violated throughout removal, Evan before. Depndecy, neg.,abuse trail court I was appointed counsel w out my knowledge. Court automatically bias by not giving me the opportunity to hire a private attorney. I was denied to hire... Read more »
answered on Apr 9, 2023
Your situation sounds like virtually all of the other CPS CASES IN Kentucky. Hire a civil rights attorney
I live in a high crime area and have been nearly assaulted before! I don't know how else to defend myself since I can't carry a firearm.
answered on Apr 3, 2023
Yes. You can carry all those things but no guns, firearms, or any type weapon that expels a projectile.
I filed an appeal in a KY Circuit Court from an agency. The complaint was received 7 days before deadline and given to the judge. The judge held the document until it was 4 days late then dismissed for being filed 4 days late. The clerk did not file the case on arrival as required by KY law and did... Read more »
answered on Mar 28, 2023
Most likely not. Judge has absolute immunity and the clerk has qualified immunity
answered on Mar 11, 2023
If your guns were confiscated as a result of a domestic violence protective order (DVO), the recent decision in the Eastern federal court regarding gun confiscation in DVOs may affect your ability to retrieve them. You may want to consult with a lawyer familiar with the specifics of your case and... Read more »
I just like to know if this can be real
answered on Feb 1, 2023
No. It cannot be real unless there is much more to the story.
answered on Jan 18, 2023
Your best bet is to do your research and find an experienced. Criminal defense attorney that can help your son. I would look for a local attorney or an attorney in the nearest big city.
Decieved me with what they called" religious exemption" but in fact exempted me from accessing my benefits and earning wages health insurance etc. Drug was emergency use authorization only and was clearly and ineffective for stated purpose i claimed it wasn't legal from the... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2022
Depending on additional facts that need to be developed, you may possibly have a claim for damages for all or part of your loss.
to to get their Constitutional Right heard?
KRS 178.425 .... Section 1983 claim18 U.S.C. § 242 ... Sections 13 and 242
K9 did not smell anything. All this without probable cause.
answered on Sep 11, 2022
Technically, you probably can sue. But practically, it doesn’t appear you have any damages so the recovery would be minimal if any.
I discovered new graves & headstones AFTER I purchased my farm. There is no reservation of a cemetery or mention of any graves in my Deed. Isn't this a violation of my Constitutional Rights? I don't live on this property and I wasn't aware of any of the burials. Do they have a... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2022
No, it’s not a violation of your civil rights. However, if the graves aren’t properly registered, you can probably have the bodies exhumed and moved off your property.
A friend was arrested last week and is still in custody. Court is 8/30, and we need to get a court appointed lawyer, she does not have money to pay for private representation. Can she have access to the arrest report and any other documentation or evidence pertaining to that arrest before going to... Read more »
A friend was arrested last week, is still in custody. Court set for Tuesday, (8/30/2022). She was charged w/traffic violations that she's guilty of, and won't dispute. The other charges are:
1. tampering with physical evidence
2. possession of meth (1st offense)... Read more »
answered on Aug 28, 2022
She can ask for court appointed counsel at her first appearance or arraignment. Then her lawyer can ask for the discovery (evidence) after being appointed.
I bought 80 acres in 1981 to build a home at a later date. It also has an old family cemetery on it. There is no mention of a cemetery in the Deed. It's just located in the wooded area in the field.
answered on Aug 2, 2022
No. No more than they had the right to steal the lot and bury the first one.
violation of 4th amendment in Kentucky, no reasonable suspicion no warrant and no probable cause, all recorded on home security, and no evidence was found. search was ordered to former chief of police by local City Manager, who for 3 years openly has made his hatred for myself clear verbally, by... Read more »
answered on Jul 28, 2022
You need to consult an employment discrimination lawyer and flush out all the facts involved. This is far too complex factually to properly answer here.
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