Are there any laws or rights that protect the victims identity? The victim is afraid of being deported, but without her testimony the charges may be dropped. The attacker has already several victims but they are also afraid to speak up, and their experiences weren’t as traumatic.
Generally, The victim should not have to worry about being deported for testifying about abuse if that is your question, although I would still suggest a consult with an immigration lawyer, as your question is not that clear.
There is a law in my county in nj that states I can not walk into any public court house and record What ever I can see from a public view without prior written consent from the courthouse administrator. Which means I have to file an application to assert my freedom to record in public. Is this... Read more »
I was pulled over for being on my phone but never got a ticket for it. I got a ticket for a break light that was functioning, possession of controlled dangerous substance, possession of con. Dangerous substance in a M.V. a bill is being viewed for marijuana and is being postponed again for 2 more... Read more »
ccused for shoplifting $40 tagged item in Bergen County,NJ. LP took my license, DOB, name and age and weight. Police we’re not involved but I was given a paper for $150, I refused and was then told to contact LP department within 72 if case made. They said I should receive a letter within a week... Read more »
Yes a chance exist for the next year that the store at anytime May file criminal charges against you. Whether they will do this is anyone's guess but arguing over the Civil demand may not be wise. Of course you would be best served by speaking with an attorney to see what your best options are...Read more »
The house is selling new owner wants my apt on 1st fl. I was told in nj I have 3 months to move from day of closing. The closing is literally 16 days from today and I have a notice at my door saying I have 2 months from today to vacate. is that legal to give me a move notice before actually... Read more »
You need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure attorney/landlord-tenant attorney who can review your lease and the foreclosure documents and explain your rights. You should not be restricted by geographic factors. Pick the best lawyer you can find and remember one rule: a good lawyer...Read more »
I was pulled over after long conversation with officer he searched my car, me and arrested me with out reading me my Miranda rights. I was charged with a criminal charge. Since I was not read my rights as a part of an American citizen and having my rights, should the case be dismissed due to not... Read more »
Not necessarily your Miranda Rights only apply if the prosecutor intends to use any of your statements against you which were given while you were under custodial interrogation. I suggest you hire a lawyer to find a possible better defense.
In 2012, New Jersey's Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) was officially renamed the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P). DCP&P is almost totally immune from lawsuits. If a litigation attorney determined that you did in fact have a viable case, you can expect to pay a...Read more »
AN office told me to remain in the vehicle while my girlfriend was in it after a 2 minute run to the pizza store. While i remain in the vehicle waiting for parking ticket at worse. He called back up asked me and the passengers for our license and registration. We were never operating the vehicle.... Read more »
Yes the officer can ask any person in the car for their license. That being said in NJ you don't have to literally drive a car to be considered driving. I suggest if you would like proof of this that you look up the law on such tickets such as DWI or driving while suspended and see how people...Read more »
He got his 2nd warning yesterday for pushing a student. He is extremely impulsive and cannot control himself. I read the aftercare's policy handbook and it said students can be terminated if physical towards other kids, but at the end of the handbook it states that they abide by the American... Read more »
It is always difficult to answer questions without knowing a particular child's full profile, but children with disabilities are protected from disability discrimination under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act. I recently handled a case where the...Read more »
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