Depending on where you live, your subdivision, city or county may have a noise ordinance and you can ask that they send someone out to measure the decibels produced by the pump and see if it violates the ordinance. If that does not work, you could ask the oil company if they are using a muffler on...Read more »
Many Texas cities have websites. Often, a city’s code of ordinances is linked on its website. If not, the office of the city secretary maintains a city’s ordinances which are publicly accessible. You can go to that office and ask to see and copy the city’s noise ordinance.
The question above is relating to two people, one is the seller withholding information and the items purchased and the other is the buyer being lied to and cohearce into helping the seller to pay for their bills and will not deliver the paid goods unless paid otherwise. Is this extorsion, can you... Read more »
Law enforcement might refuse to get involved because it is NOT a crime unless there is reason to believe that the seller already had the INTENT to keep the money without delivering the goods AT THE MOMENT the money changed hands. Basically, a scam.
I was the victim of an assault from my ex. He was eventually charged (months after the assault) because I stayed in contact with the police department's Professional Standards Unit. The detective on the case was non responsive until PSU got involved. When the charges were pressed, the charge... Read more »
There doesn't sound like anything else to do in terms of criminal law. However, in civil law you could seek a protective order based on family or dating violence... and perhaps even stalking based on the voicemails. You might be able to sue him for the cost of medical treatment but unless...Read more »
Was given an appointment for sept 23 and I'm trying to teach my son to drive before he leaves for school in August. I'm unable to sit and wait hours because of my job How is everything else open but public service
Everything is open except "public service" (aka government jobs) because they make the rules. Welcome to government. You can teach your son to drive without them, but you'll need to deal with DPS to get him a license. The good news is that if he's old enough to drive,...Read more »
they said no the cop said he sees and nugget of weed and that since they lied they nhad to search the car that was in the drivers sister name with insurance they driver is leagal to drive they search the car finds a glock 19 and some marijuana upon release they tell my son that his phones have been... Read more »
If contraband is in plain view of an officer, then that officer has probable cause to b perform a search. I cannot comment on why the officer seized cell phones. Your son should meet with a lawyer; I can't comment on the relationship you have with your son, but in my experience, what he...Read more »
A Texas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's difficult to address such a situation with a quick response. Aside from applicable Texas rules for attorneys, it could hinge on what you used the attorney for in the past, what she or he knows about you, any...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a GENERAL matter, it could be conflict, maybe not be the readily apparent type where an attorney could not simultaneously represent two parties of opposed interests in the same transaction (such as both sides in a...Read more »
A small TX county sent me a postcard saying I had an outstanding criminal case against me pending. Called the county and was told their software was updated so all outstanding tickets were being pursued. No warrant yet, drivers license eligibility is still good. Need to find out how far back TX DPS... Read more »
Yes, a 15 year old traffic ticket can still be prosecuted even if the citation was issued in your maiden name and you are now married. The question is: were you the individual who was issued the ticket back then, regardless of what your name was or is now. Request an abstract of your record from...Read more »
It can be expunged if all charges stemming from the arrest were dismissed, or if you were found NOT GUILTY at trial, or if your conviction was overturned on appeal or pardoned by the Governor of Texas. If none of those things are true then it can't be expunged unless they change the...Read more »
They seized my personal and real property without cause or warrant. Selectively prosecuted me and and selectively inforced unconstitutional code took my property for a tax debt that was being paid but not for a house around thencorner owing $15,000 and not making payments. Destroyed my property... Read more »
Whatever the municipal law, foreclosure, tax, or property damage issues are here, you mention prosecution. The matter appears to have escalated from something civil to something criminal in nature. Although there is not a question listed, as a higher priority than any of the civil damages you...Read more »
i picked up my fiancee personal possesions and signed for them an jail released them to me 2-3 days later investagator ask if i ring cell phone ack due to it was to e put in evidence locker but as not and released with personal possessions can that be done legally without telling me that i did not... Read more »
If the person has been in jail for 2 months then they almost certainly have a criminal defense attorney who you should be speaking with about this situation. The attorney will figure out what to do about the "chain of custody" problem that the property release may have created for the prosecution.
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