answered on Feb 23, 2023
If someone gives you a "fake bill" ... don't pay it. It's fake. Unless you're not telling all the facts. Impossible to know what is going on. Let the company sue you if you dispute the alleged charge, and then a judge can decide whether the bill is fake or not and whether you owe any money.
In 2019 she filed a peace order on me lying what happen. Right after court I got messages on xbox of her telling me she lied and she only did it to keep me away bc she was had a bf and but she was the one trying to see me. I have multiple forms of proof and got told I cant remove it off my record... Read more »
answered on Feb 12, 2023
That's 4 years ago now. Statute of limitations for filing a claim for civil abuse of process is 3 years from the date the claim arose, which is the date she filed the false petition or the date it was finally adjudicated in your favor, as is any other civil claim you might come up with to sue... Read more »
My son which is a black 21 year old male was recently arrested in Ocean City MD over the weekend 12/31/22 for what we can only see as him being profiled but we live in Virginia. He was told by the police officer that pulled him over that his license plates didn't match his car and that he... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2023
Your son needs a criminal defense lawyer. Either he/you can afford private counsel, or he needs to apply for the Public Defender in the county where the charges are pending. The lawyer will obtain all of the discovery and evidence from the State (including officer dash video and body camera video... Read more »
Maintenance Request form was submitted over a week ago via multiple avenues (on-line form, hard copy as well as several follow up calls and no response whatsoever). Please help. I'd like to b showered for the holiday.
answered on Nov 21, 2022
It’s best to consult legal counsel, because landlord and tenant practice tends to be local, but Maryland law allows tenants to withhold rent and use that rent to repair health issues such as water, heat, and sewage service. You’ve notified. Hire the best licensed plumber in town for emergency... Read more »
Not letting the defendant know that his right to a speedy trial was waived also not violating any rights he may have? He’s been incarcerated for a year and 3months. 6 months in a federal facility without a single court date. Just found out that his right to a speedy trial was signed off on... Read more »
answered on Oct 11, 2022
The judge decides all issues related to a speedy trial including whether your constitutional right to a speedy trial has been violated. The judge does not need your permission. The judge also decides whether a case will be postponed. You may be able to appeal the decision, but the judge has a lot... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2022
Md. Ann. Code, Trans. Art., Section 16-112 states that each driver of a motor vehicle shall display the license to any uniformed police officer who demands it. It goes on to state that this is satisfied only if the officer is able to access the verification system. I read this to mean that you have... Read more »
answered on Sep 24, 2022
Anyone in jail can probably use a lawyer. 8th Amendment refers to the Constitutional prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. That Amendment is rarely found to apply to most circumstances. You will need to be very specific about what is cruel and unusual in order to evaluate whether there... Read more »
My boyfriend has been in jail since March and his 8th amendment is being violated
answered on Sep 23, 2022
Your boyfriend should hire counsel or contact the Public Defender to see if anything can be done to procure his release such as filing for a writ of habeas corpus. You cannot file a lawsuit on his behalf. Only an attorney can file on behalf of another individual.
answered on Aug 11, 2022
You do not provide any information or a case number. I suggest that you reach out to an attorney privately to learn the status of the case and whether it can be reopened.
Children given crazy sentences. In my head I always thought that was criminal defense law, public interest because I want to help the poor. However afte researching things it seems like. This sometimes fall under civil rights attorney so I am confused under which one it falls under?
answered on Apr 21, 2022
There are two components at play here. First, you have the criminal case. A criminal defense attorney would fight to overturn the criminal conviction. If that is successful, a civil rights attorney may seek compensation for damages caused by the wrongful conviction.
The 1st degree rape case was dismissed due to the evidence provided by the officer, a Spanish misinterpreter, added false narratives of force on a Tinder date. The alleged victim admitted on cop cam that she planned to sleep with him and no crime was committed. The officer ignored her reason for... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2022
Hire a crimial defense lawyer. This is not somethng you post on a public forum, which is open to law enforcement, and accessible by the very same prosecutor you are accusing of suborning perjury. Your factual details almost certainly identify who you are to those who are familiar with the case.... Read more »
Discovery has a box checked “aerial photos“ being the basis of evidence for a search warrant of a home, wouldn’t the prosecution have to provide those aerial photos to the defense? My attorney frankly says there are no aerial photos and that the police lied to get the search warrant (to... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2022
You should not be posting these facts on a public forum, and you need to have these private conversations with your lawyer. The state's discovery obligations are clear, and your lawyer is in the best position to evaluate the situation and take any action that is appropriate or advisable.... Read more »
my homeowner's association (hoa) president and the board of directors (bod) act as if ALL issues - specifically, talking with journalists for a possible light-hearted article that's essentially, an expanded real-estate/house-for-sale feature focusing on our community's positive... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2022
No, the HOA has no legal authority to control or prohibit a homeowner from speaking to the press or anyone else.
can you file criminal charges against a police officer for false arrest - - false imprisonment
answered on Dec 10, 2021
Theoretically you could file criminal charges for a false arrest, but it would be a long uphill battle to show an Officer intentionally made a false arrest resulting in malfeasance or misfeasance. If you believe the Officer had no reasonable grounds to place you under arrest, you should seek... Read more »
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answered on Oct 24, 2021
Your post is impossible to make sense of or know what happened. A judge rules on motions--it's his or her job. It's not "illegal," it's exacty what the judge is paid to do. If you are unhappy with the ruling, the rules of procedure provide that you may file a motion for... Read more »
I am not doing freelancing since I don't know if it's legal and if it's not legal I will wait until I have SSN.
answered on Oct 8, 2021
Without a work authorization you are not allowed to derive any income from any professional activities such as free-lancing. You have to apply for an EAD on eligible grounds if qualify.
Odometer fraud seller sold me car with odometer fraud didn't disclose it
answered on Aug 13, 2021
You can go to the Commissioner and file charges or report the matter to the police. You will need proof that the odometer was tampered with.
The defendant lives in one county and the offense was committed in a different county.
answered on Aug 4, 2021
No, the prosecution must take place in the jurisdiction where the crime was committed, unless a change of venue is granted because pretrial publicity prevents the empanelment of a fair jury, or for some other compelling reason.
I was banned over actions done outside of the chat room which is not fair. And when I tried to discuss things with the chat room owner, she cyber shouted at me. She never had considered that never has there been any issues from me ever and the owner never even considered that. I felt completely... Read more »
answered on Jul 20, 2021
You have no legal right to be admitted to a private chat room owned, controlled or moderated by others. You have no right to be present in any privately owned setting, physical or virtual, which is not yours. You cannot force others to be friends with you, talk to you, allow you into their social... Read more »
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