Legal title means it’s yours. You own it. You cannot be charged with theft of your own property. You can be charged with trespassing, however, or assault if you go there and a fight ensues. If the vehicle is in the public street, go get it (use a spare key or have it towed). If not, or if you...Read more »
The law only applies to audio recording, not video, and so long as the party being recorded is put on notice of the recording and continues the conversation then there is no violation. However, in the absence of either actual or implied consent, such a recording is a felony, and is punishable by up...Read more »
OCSE requested the MBON suspend my licenses for non-compliance. One of the problems with this is, I was in compliance. This is the second time the OCSE has caused me to lose a job opportunity because of inaccurate information and an unwillingness to resolve the balance of the support order. I... Read more »
The test of constitutionality of anti-begging laws can be quite complex and very fact-based. Whether the particular law in question violates the First Amendment or other constitutional prohibition would require a detailed analysis which your post does not provide a sufficient basis to do. Many...Read more »
I plan on doing a communications study in a local supermarket and I have already obtained permission to sit and observe the communications between a store clerk and the customers in the check-out line. I believe that interrupting the flow of the conversation would be detrimental to the results, and... Read more »
Reasonable expectation of privacy (or the lack thereof) is a concept that is only relevant to non-audio video recording of individuals. It would be safer to ask the customers to provide prior consent after telling them what you intend to use the recordings for- but as you note, this would also...Read more »
Try to find a lawyer in the jurisdiction where the estate is filed, for convenience. Most estate lawyers understand special needs trusts. You cannot solicit (and attorneys cannot solicit) business on this site per the site rules. You can, however, call lawyers who answer questions on this site,...Read more »
But are listed on the mortgage note, as the Lender. The loan has been sold and transferred several times. The latest one it was transferred or sold to is Ocwen Loan Servicing. They've had the loan twice.
The beneficiary under a Deed of Trust IS the lender.
Although this online forum is not designed to seek legal research on specific issues / entities / matters, you can check with the State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) for information on the last known resident agent for...Read more »
No. But a guardian may be able to make other estate planning decisions, including establishing a trust in the name of their ward and funding it, with distribution of the trust assets upon death being set forth in the trust. You should not do anything without first consulting with experienced estate...Read more »
I filed a complaint for racial discrimination with the Civil Rights Commission against a former employer and they're giving me a right-to-sue letter. Is there any recommendations on lawyers I should hire?
Typically (but not always) a right-to-sue letter follows a determination that the MCCR did not find probable cause that discrimination occurred. As for recommendations, I'm afraid you'll have to do some research and speak with some attorneys who offer free consultations- and get a sense of who you...Read more »
I have suspicion he is driving under a suspended license which is suspended. He has a warrant out for his arrest and no effort has been successfully made to find him. I have an idea where he may be. What steps do I need to take to protect myself and if I do find him can I perform a citizens arrest... Read more »
I got in a car accident while at work and I’m 26 weeks pregnant. While doing my run picking clients up I was rear ended pretty hard and my boss didn’t take me being hurt or if my unborn child was okay into consideration. She was more worried about me finishing my run. When I got back to the... Read more »
As far as injuries to yourself and related medical expenses, your situation seems to fall squarely under the workers compensation system. Any non-injury related damages you incurred (or potentially damages to the unborn child) might or might not fall outside workers compensation. It certainly...Read more »
The search warrant generally applies to an entire premises, unless it is limited by its terms. If not limited, they may very well search and seize your items. If that were to happen, you would need to retain counsel to either invalidate the seizure as to your possessions, or move to suppress any...Read more »
There is no "normal," as sentencing takes into consider a wide array of factors, including past criminal history, age, employment, nature and aggravating circumstances of the case, victim impact, the defendant's actions to address any substance abuse or emotional/mental issues that may underly...Read more »
I was under the impression that filing with my employers (county gov.) eeo office was the same as filing with the Mchr. Filed with employers office and filed with MCHR after 6 month deadline(missed by a few days)
What concerns me most about my grandson's case: My grandson appears to not have substantive conversations with a public defender who represents his interest. For example, the public defender who appeared in court on January 16 thought my grandson was still in the state mental health hospital... Read more »
There were two suspects and a black male and the other a lighter male the lighter male came to my house casually and didnt know he was on the run and the police came through my door and chase through my house through him and lock up me because they think i was the other guy . they told my family... Read more »
Possibly. Depends when the incident occurred --- must generally be within 1 year to fulfill notice requirements -- and there would have to be some degree of damages. Deprivation of liberty could be part of that.
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