The city attorney for the city of north platte has pursued a lawsuit against a church to the point of obtaining a court order to demolish the church owned building due to surface damage to the church done by vandals removing siding and poking holes in the material under the siding. The church... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
It is possible for a municipality to engage in a civil lawsuit against a church, just as it is possible for any entity to engage in a civil lawsuit against another entity. However, whether the municipality's actions are legal and appropriate would depend on the specific facts and circumstances... Read more »
If offered a plea deal agreement to not testify on another criminal case on either the defendant or the states behalf, but can’t take the deal until the other defendants case is over, is it against constitutional rights of other defendant if they can’t call in that witness
answered on Apr 6, 2022
The defendant can still call the witness as part of that defendant's constitutional rights to call witnesses. However, even if the witness is called, if the witness is a potential co-defendant, they may not have to actually say anything if the 5th amendment right against self-incrimination... Read more »
answered on Aug 27, 2020
There are times when a motion to suppress is valid and is granted for one defendant but doesn't apply to a co-defendant. It depends on the overall facts.
The warrant was for drugs. The place of the search was a house, all outbuildings at the address, and vehicles under the control of my co-defendant. My name was not listed on the warrant and I was staying in a camper behind the house. When the police came I exited the camper and said they could not... Read more »
answered on Aug 21, 2019
Evidence can generally be kept by law enforcement until the time of sentencing even if the property belongs to other than the defendant.
If a motion to suppress has already been heard and denied, then a subsequent motion to suppress regarding the same issue/evidence is more often a motion... Read more »
I believe the Arrest was unlawful. I am 25% Eskimo. Not a NE citizenship. I was traveling to Indiana.
answered on Jul 15, 2019
You need to retain an attorney before doing anything. A criminal defendant does not have the right to demand a change from state to federal court.
Civil suit under 1983 is a different legal action
After investigation they won't release my property until all storage fees and impound fees are paid over $2000 Am I legally responsible for fees when they would not allow me to get it out of impound
answered on Jun 10, 2019
The law generally allows for impound fees to be required to be paid before releasing seized property.
Without parental consent?
answered on Nov 5, 2018
No. She is considered a child until age 19 or her marriage.
answered on Oct 18, 2015
What was the interpretation? What are you talking about? If there is an amendment to a statute an interpretation of a previous statute may no longer be valid, depending upon the effect of the amendment.
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