Yes, quite likely. Generally, you may film or take pictures of anything or anyone you can see from where you are lawfully present. What you do with those images is a different matter. Although I would say that the law allows far more than what personal ethics and morals might.
Payment. As of today January 23rd 2020 I still have not received an eviction notice however but regardless to this day I have not got a written reason why my water has been shut off or a not even a verbal reason they haven't said one word to me about it earlier that I had look into it and I'd like... Read more »
I was just recently exonerated from a second degree murder charge I was originally serving a 8 year sentence for great bodily harm which I was given 6 to 10 years and an additional 2 years to be served consecutively which was 8 years total however 3 months after being in the doc the police hit me... Read more »
The answer is going to depend on how you were convicted of the murder charge. Did you go to trial and lose? If you plead guilty, then I think you'll be out of luck. I don't think being held beyond your ERD is relevant, although I totally understand where you are coming from with it. Here's why:...Read more »
You must stop and identify yourself to police when requested; it is a crime in itself not to do so or to provide false information. If you do not, the police can detain you until your identity can be ascertained.
As to the ski mask in public, walking down the street may not be an issue,...Read more »
Given that the state of Michigan does not allow for slavery except in the punishment of a crime and that no fault divorce is not a crime how does the Michigan supreme court fail to rule all Family Court Spousal Support claims and rulings as unconstitutional. Once a union is dissolved continued... Read more »
I see that you are a student of the law; that's good.
By your logic, shouldn't wage garnishments in general be abolished? And in fact civil litigation between private individuals should be unconstitutional, no? After all, how is that you should be able to sue me and take my money just...Read more »
They moved her to Mississippi. Now the niece is refusing to let my husband and his brother into the house to get their dads personal stuff. She even sent a detailed email stating we could go in. Then called and retracted the email verbally. What are the rights of my husband and his brother. If any,
Good question! But no, a civil and criminal are two different tracks. The main reason being is the vastly different burden of proof. In criminal matters, you are dealing with "beyond a reasonable doubt", which is like 90% certainty. In civil matters, you are most often dealing with preponderance of...Read more »
Depending upon the facts and circumstances, it could potentially form the basis for appellate relief (if an appeal is still available) or a motion for relief from judgment. You should consult with an appellate lawyer to see what, if any, potential grounds for relief are available.
I divorced my 1st wife in 2012, married my current ex-wife in 2014 and my 1st ex and my daughter(18) keeps harassing in public, online, my own family now involved and all their friends. I have had cease and desist letters sent out, told them I don't want contact and they still do. Have posts all... Read more »
Without seeing the actual lease AND the inventory/checklist forms and determining if all the documents comply with all applicable Michigan landlord/tenant laws, it is impossible to say what (if anything) a tenant may be responsible for.
IN GENERAL provided you have properly dotted your i's...Read more »
My son is serving time for CSC 2nd degree. At the alleged time of allegations he was 16. Jail until 17/18 then charged. His name is incorrect and date of birth on court records. He was charged as a minor (13/14) for CSC and record was closed. When he was arrested he was 16 years old and treated as... Read more »
If you are the victim of ANY crime you should contact the police and make a report.
If you are uncertain as to whether or not the activity is really criminal, or as to other details, then you should contact and hire an attorney BEFORE contacting the police. You may not want to involve the...Read more »
Too many factors at play to give a good answer, but let me provide a framework for analysis:
If you're thinking along the lines of invasion of privacy, then it would seem that this video was taken in some place or of something where an expectation of privacy existed for the person in the...Read more »
I am on probation in michigan usa for a DUI, but i have SERIOUS mental health problems including insomnia, depression, adhd, anxiety, bi-polar. I was reccomended i get my medical marijuana card, can i do that while on probation?
You would first need to inquire with your probation officer, and then possibly have the judge's permission. Contrary to what many people believe, marijuana is not prescribed like a doctor may do for ordinary medication from a pharmacy. Because of that, judges don't have to allow you to use...Read more »
Police do discrimination and racial profiling against me. They defame my reputation everywhere. I want to file a lawsuit against police for violating my constitutional and civil rights, and to bring my witnesses to the court to testify under the oath.
Perhaps your first stop should be to the police department to make a formal complaint with that department's internal affairs. Your next stop could be to a civil rights attorney. Successful claims show a pattern of discrimination and profiling, and without substantial evidence of that, an attorney...Read more »
The FBI is a federal agency tasked with investigating and enforcing federal laws. Under our system of government, states are sovereign and can make, enforce, and investigate their own laws. The FBI has nothing to do with state law enforcement unless something becomes a federal issue.
This is, first and foremost, a jail issue. Has the jail provided any reason why your wife, specifically, is not receiving pastor visits? Has anyone tried to visit her? Some jails also distinguish between pre-trial and sentenced persons, with pre-trial detainees being limited to access to programs...Read more »
The complex is going to make them go all the way to the sidewalk to smoke or vape... Not even going to be able to vape in the apartments. One person is even paralyzed from the chest down, and in bad weather, they will expect him to go to the sidewalk
I am unaware of any law that creates an exception for persons with disabilities to smoke, nor is there a right to smoke. If the apartment complex bans smoking on the property for everyone, than I think they are well within their right to do so. It would be different if they said anyone can smoke in...Read more »
Ordinarily you are under no obligation to go and talk with the police, regardless if your mom told them you would. Whether it's in your best interest to do so should be discussed in depth with an attorney before talking with the police.
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