My son is on an IEP at school & before signing a lease, I asked the landlord, if we were good tenants, would there be any problems when It came time to renew, as I didn't want to have to uproot my child from this program. He assured me everything would be fine. My 3 year lease was about to end in 6... Read more »
That is a difficult situation, made worse by the landlord taking advantage of you, but landlord has no legal obligation to renew a lease. And if there are no local rent control ordinances, landlord can raise rent on a new lease. If you are now on a month to month, either you or landlord can...Read more »
My sister is being charged with this. Also so is another person. Solely off of a text message. Sat 6 month already in the county jail with a court apt lawyer who didnt even know she had court today. Guy bought from my sister then went and bought from someone else bcuz he said hers was junk. Brother... Read more »
It could cause problems for you and for him if you leave before 18. Hang on for 30 more days. But consider that if you leave now or when 18, you might no longer have any health insurance, car insurance, or other support from your family. If your friend later kicks you out, then that could be...Read more »
I was in the National Guard 2008-2011, during 2010 I was pregnant with my first child, and put on bedrest, first sgt was real difficult about it and would harass me. 2011 I unexpectedly got pregnant again and was on bed rest. I sent in my doctors notes and received nothing after, until after her... Read more »
If the police don't force you out, the owner could file criminal trespass charges against you, and also file an eviction against you. Try to work it out so that an eviction and charges are not filed against you, since those are permanent public records, and can make it difficult for you to rent...Read more »
Jeopardy to later be charged with F-5 internal possession as a whole new case filed against me for that same urine screen which was used as evidence to charge me with D.U.I? I feel that is being tried for the same case twice.
This would be an interesting one to argue. The standard for double jeopardy is whether each offense requires proof of an element which the other does not. For the DUI that’s easy. DUI requires proof that you operated a motor vehicle. Drug possession certainly does not. Similarly, normal drug...Read more »
I have had issues for a couple of years with my co-worker and we have new people in and she has personally attacked me and my character and I took it to my supervisor saying I’ve had enough and want to be moved, but I also told her that I really don’t want to leave. I have 29 years in and can... Read more »
If owners knew about it and failed to disclose it, that would be a basis to sue the owners. But it depends on all the facts. Contact the local board of health and use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the facts and advise you.
About 2 years ago during my divorce my ex wife filed a protection order on me and a bs criminal case. I was told in court by the judge during the criminal case to turn in my guns to the police department by end of the day. I did as I was told and turned them in to the police. The charges were a... Read more »
ER decided to "end our employment relationship". Currently negotiating separation package. My disability experience with the ER has not been positive & they want me to sign away my rights to talk about them. I don't think that's fair and I think it should have substantial value if I do but I don't... Read more »
If you believe you have been discriminated against because of your disability, you would probably benefit from speaking with an employment law attorney before accepting any severance agreement. Some attorneys will offer a free initial consultation.
Without knowing facts of abuse claim, I would be careful in presenting any evidence to the police. Particularly, I would not offer a verbal or written statement. If you have documents that exonerate you, you may want to obtain counsel in order to negotiate with the police. I would not do it...Read more »
A false allegation was made against me by my former employer. Board of nursing investigator interviewed me a few months after, now the local police are questioning me. What is this all about and what should I do?
they are investigating a matter that occured in my home. We spoke to them twice. Once being voluntary. Then they came back with a warrent and took our phones. Im not sure what they are looking for since the warrent doesnt state it. Im not sure what to do next
My wife is going to Kent state to find out she has no other choice but to take her exam online. Her personal computer screen is monitored and also she is being viewed through a camera as well. With this she has to take periodic brakes to show her surroundings through the camera. Is this a breach of... Read more »
Talk to the police and file a report. The prosecutor would determine whether to bring criminal charges. If you file for divorce, the court can order her to stop using your identity and to be responsible to pay back all the debt she incurred in your name. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a...Read more »
How did the police acquire his phone? How did they acquire the picture? Was the phone locked? They can talk to him and even arrest him without parental consent, but getting into locked cellphones now requires a warrant under most circumstances. With kids, there are a few circumstances it may not...Read more »
Detective from the Sheriff's Office showed up at my door confirmed my name and told me they need me to come to the station to talk. When I asked them why they said they could not tell me it was a sensitive matter. I told them I couldn't I was expecting my kids off the bus in 15 minutes and I had no... Read more »
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