When I was brought back to the police headquarters the officer instructed me to look at the wall. NOTE: I was not given a clear and unequivocal warning that a chemical test was being performed and the consequences of not performing the test.
With that said, I replied to him, "look at the... Read more »
My son is on probation. He was scheduled to appear for violating his probation. I let him borrow my vehicle to get there. He showed up at the correct place, date, and time. While there he was arrested and bail set for violating probation. The probation officer was not there and instructed the... Read more »
My landlord/owner of the house I'm renting the basement opened my locked door while I was changing, walked right in. I did not pay rent for July ($200, verbal agreement to pay by the last day of each month) and was given a notice to pay within 2 weeks or vacate the premises. However, they made it... Read more »
From the description of your living arrangements, I suspect that the unit is not "legal". As a result you may have defenses to claims for unpaid rent. However, unless you have a lease or are rent-regulated, provided the proper court process is commenced, the landlord will ultimately be entitled...Read more »
Car was bought for $4000 and there was a another witness when transaction took place, but when my uncle died his fiance couldn't find the title. Married woman was selling car and it turns out she was getting divorced and it was not going well. When husband found out apparently he reported car as... Read more »
No, the warrant they actually used should be the warrant submitted as evidence of the lawful search and seizure. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me,...Read more »
I'm being forced to create an online account but i don't want an online "presence". I want to continuing receiving communications (statements, lease renewals, etc) by U.S. 1st class mail to keep all documentation in a physical file, not on a computer( i want a keep a physical paper trail).... Read more »
Are you referring to NYCHA's NextGen Online Certification Program? If so, you can inform your property manager that you are opting out of taking advantage of the new option for online recertification and requesst a traditional paper packet...Read more »
They keep sending me &/or serving me papers..after I already told them I'm not interested in doing business with them & that I don't concent to any of it..& they still keep harassing me. Cease & desist letter was never answered & just ignored obviously. I'm ready to sue them .
She has been in county jail since last Tuesday (4/10) and is experiencing serious withdrawal from not taking her suboxone. The jail refuses to contact the physician to get the prescription for her, and the physician won't talk to anyone that isn't her because there were no consent forms filled out.... Read more »
Silly example, but if a legal statute says that you must pay another person $100 if that other person claims under oath that they are entitled to it, and if the judge defers to this statute and uses it to justify his/her decision and order, could that judge be held liable under 42 USC 1983 for... Read more »
As the defendant, we just filed a motion to reargue based on plaintiffs recent filing of notice of summary judgment in their favor. We have what I believe are extreme questions of fact that the judge erroneously overlooked. It is my understanding that plaintiff now has 30 days to file opposition to... Read more »
As we know intl law and treaties have been created so as to regulate relation between intl community members(countries and intl organization) ,through which they would be able to achieve golas that have been conceived in different treaties and documents such as Un charter , environmental agreements... Read more »
This is too vague to answer. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on...Read more »
As a general premise, yes; but a custody decision depends on the facts. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors,...Read more »
Topless where, in public? Usually it's illegal. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media...Read more »
i WAS incarcerated and now i have mental and or other issues because of the length of time locked up also being the fact i cant find employment i want to know is there away for the state to compensate me while i try to become stable financially and educationally
Depends on whether you were mistreated while you were incarcerated, which is a high bar. There are all sorts of programs available to help you get back on your feet and if you have a parole officer that person can guide you.
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