Improper venue- we live in different counties. I'm enrolled in a Native American tribe in ANOTHER county. My son lives with me. Yet, he could provide records our child lived with him last, only because he transfered our son to a different school, without my consent or knowledge. I didn't... Read more »
I am going to give a total cop-out answer, but you really need to speak with a local family law attorney. There appears to be a lot going on in your case, and I am hesitant to give advice because I feel like I don't know the whole story.
I highly doubt that a motion to dismiss or a...Read more »
The only contact was the inmates texter and phone calls. The inmate was told several times to stop calling and texting but has continued to do so with disrespectful remarks and unbelievable name calling along with telling other inmates that the person is a ratchet jail pass around then distributed... Read more »
The best thing you can do is hire a criminal defense attorney and follow your attorney's advice. There are a variety of ways to defend the charges you describe, but each case is different. The defense strategy recommended by your attorney will be largely dependent upon the facts and evidence...Read more »
The Mcgirt case already caused the State to recall a felony warrant they had on me. Since they lacked jurisdiction on the other felonies I had that I discharged over 15yrs ago does that mean I can hire a lawyer to file the paperwork to get those felonies taken off my record and essentially not be a... Read more »
Yes, that might be possible; however, it is only certain felony crimes that the federal government has exclusive jurisdiction (thus depriving the State of Oklahoma of jurisdiction). For all other felonies committed on Indian Country committed by or against Native Americans, the State of Oklahoma...Read more »
Interesting situation. Tribal land is in a Sovereign Nation, but they are subject to Federal Laws. So you don't get Nevada wages but you get Federal minimum wage and Federal Overtime which is after 40 hours in the work week. So you get 40 hours regular time and 8 hours at time and a half...Read more »
Is it legal for the custodial parent and the supervised visit people to not let u see ur child on a day that u have a Court order saying u r supposed to be allowed 2 2hr visits every week as long as u schedule the visit by wed of the week prior.
I did schedule the visit a head and it was... Read more »
Sad to say, this happens more often then you think. Have your attorney, or hire an aggressive family law attorney to file motions to enforce visitation or compel them to follow the court ordered visitation. If you you need help, please feel free to give us a call for a free consult.
On March 15, I went into a local Pinellas County Pawn Shop and was denied my 2nd amendment right to purchase a firearm because my Concealed Weapons License stated that I was White. The Pawn Shop salesman stated that I "Looked black to him" and "There's a black guy standing in... Read more »
You may have a case. More facts would be needed. Of course if the employee denied you service on the basis that your identification did not match your picture on the concealed weapons permit then they may have a non discriminatory reason for denying you service. More facts are needed. Discuss with...Read more »
There’s not really a question here but you should file an appeal if you believe that you were wrongfully convicted. I presume that the government had other evidence such as third party witnesses or out of court statements, but it’s impossible to weigh in on the conviction with the limited...Read more »
I work for a hotel. Guest is claiming tax exempt and only exemption form is a Allodial American National ID card. He claims hes his own entity and is required to be tax exempt. NO tax exempt form was given. It looks like he is using Moors C.M. Bey Orders, sovereignty from Federal laws. Any insight... Read more »
My rights were terminated I appealed right away. My appeals lawyer found that the county terminated my rights without ICWA being informed. Lakota Sioux has found children eligible and now are taking over case. What's going to happen.
Unfortunately. I cannot answer in accordance with ABA Ethics Rule 4.2:
In representing a client, a lawyer shall not communicate about the subject of the representation with a person the lawyer knows to be represented by another lawyer in the matter, unless the lawyer has the consent of the...Read more »
Upon further investigation by local sheriffs and state funeral and burial bureau they had closed the case 9 months later they recovered his body only due to the smell cause refrigeration had broke down I want to know if I have a case againts the sheriff's department and the state for... Read more »
The court hearing is up in window rock, and I live in Phoenix. I need to get my kids to school that day, and there isnt enough time for me to get there in time at 10 am, on top of the fact that I dont have a way to get there. I just found out a telephonic hearing was possible, but now there is... Read more »
The Clerk of Court cannot provide legal advice, but yours is more of a logistical question. They may be able to assist you without filing any paperwork. That is where I would start. Hopefully another attorney with experience with the tribal court will see your question and provide a more informed...Read more »
Hi, I am Brazilian and I'm about to receive the USA citizenship, so I'll be citizen in 2 Countries, Brazil and USA, and of course, I'll have the both passports. Besides that, I just realized that if I want I'm able to request the Portuguese citizenship and the portugueses... Read more »
You have to provide a lot more detail in order to get decent legal advice. This is probably not the best forum for getting an answer for you. Contact the County Bar Association in the county in which the local office of TANF is located, and ask for a civil rights attorney referral. The initial...Read more »
My mother has lived here for 20+ years . She came from Mexico to flee crime and for a better life . We live in California and she has 3 kids that were born here. She doesn’t have a criminal record. She has a stable job and has never been arrested or pulled over by the law. All this news with the... Read more »
The alleged plan is to look for people with final deportation orders, but incidental to a search, ICE may find others, ask questions and consider whether to detain, release and serve a notice to appear in immigration court.
It can help to review your situation and hers, but it is unclear...Read more »
We have had guardianship of our granddaughter since birth. Its been 16 months and our hearings keep getting continued. We have asked that a motion be filed for permanent guardianship but we get told "no we dont want to do that we are going for guardianship". Isnt a law that after 6 months... Read more »
There are several different reasons why an "emergency" guardianship may be continued, and they are all very fact-specific and case-specific. It is not uncommon for different Judges in different counties to handle how they continue "emergencies."
I'm an American Indian born in Canada trying to obtain a Permanent Resident Card to live and work in the United States. I have a confirmation of registration letter from Indian Affairs to prove I am status indian. I want to know what other steps I need to take to become a citizen?
American Indians born in Canada (with at least 50% American Indian blood) cannot be denied admission to the United States. However, a record of admission for permanent residence will be created if an American Indian born in Canada wishes to reside permanently in the United States....Read more »
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