H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer I have never heard of a judge saying this, but if he did you would have to prove it by ordering a copy of the transcript of the case which could cost you several hundreds of dollars.
Cary B. Hall's answer If you are charged with a crime and there is a search warrant involved, you will get a copy of it -- as well as the inventory list of items seized -- from the District Attorney's Office when they forward their "discovery" to you. That happens at the Court of Common Pleas level, and you're not entitled to it until your case reaches that point. You have no right to know about the search warrant before it's executed -- frankly, that would obliterate the whole point of a search warrant, since...
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David Edward Boyle's answer There is no set distance from a home. If done unsafely than you can be charged with reckless conduct, a misdemeanor. You might also want to look out county or city ordinances. Some cities restrict entirely the ability to fire a gun in their jurisdiction unless for self defense purposes.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer It is a public record thus on the face of it, I don't see a reason why they couldn't BUT you may want to hire a lawyer to investigate this for you and get a certain answer.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer Best to ask your supervisor at the department on what he wants you do. However are you sure you saw the meter run out wasn't the sun in your eye and it looked as if the meter was not expired?
Kristine Jones' answer You could become emancipated and then legally you would be an adult. You are not an adult in Alabama until age 19, which means you are a minor child until you reach the age a majority and become an adult in the eyes of the law. Best of luck!
Grant St Julian III's answer Retain a criminal defense attorney to defend you in the criminal case, and retain a personal injury attorney to file a civil claim against the hospital. Talk with a local attorney as soon as you can in order to preserve any surveillance footage that may be available. Good luck.
A reading of the Arkansas code would lead the public to conclude “yes,” because a crossbow doesn’t fire projectiles by explosion and probably isn’t easily converted to do so.
HOWEVER, crossbow carry by felons is not that simple. There are prosecutors in the state that absolutely will bring charges, and that alone can cause probation/parole revocation issues or worse. Also, if a felon is using a crossbow during gun season, there is a decent...
Salim U. Shaikh's answer As detailed in your question, you may get help from police the moment there is a loud speaker used for music during night (normally start from 10 pm). Secondly, formally write to your LL to either control such nuisance interfering in your tranquility .... the basic essence of tenancy ... or else should arrange for your move out at a suitable place to be borne by LL.
Tina El Fadel's answer You should not risk returning to that store location if you were told not to. You do not want to get arrested for trespassing. If you are able to go to other store locations but not one specific store, stay away from that store, period. No need to cause problems for yourself when you can go to other store locations.
David Soble's answer The law and requirements could have changed since you purchased the property. A septic inspection is required for most communities to issue a certificate of occupancy as well as for most lending institutions that will fund the purchase of the transaction. I would check to see if the alarm is now part of their municipal code / regulations, if it is, you are unfortunately stuck.
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