A Louisiana attorney could best advise, but you await a response for a month. You would need a libel/slander lawyer; you're in the right category. You could reach out to attorneys to discuss, but keep in mind that these types of cases are not handled on a contingency basis like car accidents....Read more »
This is a common question and subject to many misinterpretations.
Entrapment is a defense to criminal charges. The basis for entrapment occurs between an officer and defendant before or during the alleged crime. When an officer coerces or uses overbearing tactics to induce someone to commit...Read more »
xxx was my attorney during my custody case a few years back. Prior to the Corona breakout, my son was punished at home for refusing to do his chores, and went to school saying he wanted to kill himself, counselors had him admitted to Brentwood. There, he accused me of abuse. DCFS began an... Read more »
After discovering, my husband and I contacted her through cell phone. I recorded the conversation and eventually she admitted to posting this. Does sheriffs office do anything about this or would I have to contact an attorney?
An exfriend has been going around my university telling people bad things about me and a friend and always tell people how she wants to fight...etc. A recent event just happened between us when people were telling us the lies she said about us. The girl had people literally hating us until they... Read more »
It's hard to say, because there isn't much information to go on here. But as a general consideration, think of this. Those types of lawsuits are not generally handled on a contingency. That means you'd pay an attorney hourly to prove damages that could be costly to establish, the...Read more »
We reported an incident of hazing and bullying as a group at my university. The school ignored the complaints until we demanded meetings with the deans about other issues, then we were finally permitted to report the hazing
Now, the school refuses to treat the victims as a collective group.... Read more »
I contacted her regarding the accusations. I told her I’d be putting a protective order on her. I wasn’t in town when I found out about video so when I returned I was served a protective that she put. Since that protective order she put on me she continues to post BS. What can I do ? Our court... Read more »
Save it all on a flash drive. Then hire an attorney to file for a permanent injunction against harassment and to fight her protective order. After saving on a flashdrive, contact each platform and ask them to remove her postings.
We took in a male in tact dog from someone who said he had to go that day or he would be euthanized for biting. We agree to pay her $200 for him later. Situations arise and we have to ask her to temporarily watch him again after he bites me. She agrees and states she can only watch him for a few... Read more »
I'm assuming you have a receipt or cancelled check for your original $200. If not, what were you thinking giving anyone more than $20 without a receipt? That being said, yes, your attorney can file a Petition for a Restraining Order. Record her calls, print her emails, screen shot, email...Read more »
Members of the Sheriff's Department all knew it was a lie yet they still kicked in my door and arrested me making this my third felony I'm trying to get a job I need my record clean I have warrants for the false charges now. My mom said I stole $2,000 and I'm charged with burglary... Read more »
If it's wrong to hit a women does that mean men just stay and get punched for about 20 minutes or until the women says im done? BUT if we hit back that doesn't count as a charge against women (like hitting women in law) I just wanted to get my questioned answered so if something happens... Read more »
I was falsely accused of murder by euthanaztion (father) against husband: Kevin, Me & Hospice Nurse w/ threats for bodily injury to Hospice Nurse made by phone/texts (report filed to her supervisor). Then I was body slammed onto concrete steps rolled off onto concrete ground. Witnessed by 3... Read more »
This post was about a situation that occurred at 5:30 (after school hours) at my niece's dance gym. It had absolutely nothing to do with school. My principal thought it was about her and went to the school board after I told her it wasn't about her and requested a hearing and suspension... Read more »
This question depends on many factors, including whether you are a member of a union and what the school board policies are in your parish (I am assuming you are a public school teacher). You should contact a local employment lawyer quickly to act to preserve your job.
You are getting far ahead of yourself. It sounds like you need some basic information on federal civil procedure and how the legal process works. You should contact the clerk of court and ask if they have information or pamphlets for self-represented litigants (also called "pro se"...Read more »
Lawsuit in 2003, 1999 truck repossessed in 2004, default judgement in 2003..Revived judgement in 2012 & wage garnishment after my wife (married 2012) in 2015 for community regime . Claims to not have sold vehicle for collateral .. Is this legal ? I ordered a car fax & vehicle was sold less... Read more »
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