If you believe a lawsuit has been filed involving you without your knowledge, it's imperative to immediately obtain a copy of the court records related to case number 3:2013cv00060 from the relevant jurisdiction. This will provide clarity on the nature of the lawsuit, the parties involved, and...View More
Your question does not detail whether this is addressed in your parenting plan. You need to raise the issue with your kid's dad in writing. Explain your concern and how it actually relates to your child's best interest. Separate your own ego the argument of not liking this because...View More
The answer depends on what your orders say to some extent, and also the papers that she is signing. If she's signing items directed to a parent or custodial guardian, that's inappropriate. If your order directs that an authorized person or person known to the child may do certain things...View More
First and foremost, you need an appellate attorney to successfully overturn the jury verdict on appeal on a specific ground that shows a lack of fairness in your trial. Unless and until you accomplish this, you have no viable civil claim.
Assuming your appellate attorney succeeds, you need...View More
No. It is not. CPS may ask for a drug test. A parent may refuse, but CPS is free to conclude that this means the parent will test positive and treat the refusal as an equivalent to that result. This is not placing a parent in jeopardy of arrest so the warrant requirement / probable cause...View More
I have a loved one that was wrongfully convicted and his ex has his children not wanting to talk with him and I as a best friend no law experience but trying to get this overturned and him reunited with his children.
Parent alienation Syndrome and Malicious Parent Syndrome are not recognized by the American Psychiatric Association as actual "Syndrome". A Divorce or Custody case in Ohio based solely on the issues of alienation and malicious parent fails to take into the consideration the best interest...View More
June 2023 an airline denied flight access to my sons legitimate medical alert service dog, even though I filled out all of the correct forms. They even saw my son and saw me performing medical care to him while waiting, and still chose to make the executive decision to deny access for his service... View More
The dog must be an actual trained service animal. The dog must pass the “public access test” and show it will remain focused on your son and his needs even in a crowded and busy airport. The dog must fit on your son’s lap or in his seat’s...View More
I went to court with my mom mid 1980's and now I am having trouble identifying myself without knowing. The court has no records. I can't work or get a state ID since my ss# says the name that I used from the 80's until now. I have no criminal record at all. What do I do?
If you have been using a name that is different from the name on your birth certificate for many years and you do not have any legal documents to show that you legally changed your name, it can create difficulties in identifying yourself and obtaining official identification documents.
LLC bought duplex , raises rent 200 then, when I ask for new lease I got a text that said, to difficult to fix issues while you live there so , 2 months notice to leave so the can fix apartment for the LLC son to move in? they have already moved their nephew in upstairs. I do not want to move. They... View More
It makes no difference if landlord is an LLC. If you do not have a written lease for a specified lease term, then landlord can terminate your tenancy by giving 30 days written notice. Landlord is giving you 2 months. If you don't leave, then landlord can file an eviction, which is a...View More
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like a difficult and unjust experience. To answer your question, it may be possible to appeal a judge's decision and seek compensation for losses, but it would depend on the specific circumstances of your case and the applicable laws in...View More
Yes, of course she can. While it is frustrating to be the subject of false reports, the police are not going to assume one report is false just because a previous one was. After all, doing so would be tantamount to concluding that a person who lied in one report couldn't possibly be the victim...View More
No. The First Amendment protects you from government interference, not private parties. Apps, employers, and other private organizations and companies are free to allow access to only those who adhere to polices regulating speech.
If it happened in two different places at two different times, how is it the same charge? If you mean can you be charged with the same crime more than once the answer is yes, if you commit the same offense more than once, you can be charged more than once.
Most court websites have docket search features which allow you to search for cases by party name. The federal courts have a service called PACER which allows you to do so for all federal courts as well.
You can go to the website for the Clerk’s office (I.e. Mayor’s Court,Municipal Court,Common Pleas,Federal Court, courts of specialized jurisdiction/Probate/Bankruptcy,etc.) and obtain docket information on a pending case. You typically can go online and do a search based on your last and first...View More
The Public Defender's Office represents indigent folks in criminal cases, not civil. Your local Legal Aid society is the place to contact for civil matters, if you are unable to afford representation in a civil matter. I am not sure if they will traffic matter but its worth reaching out to...View More
Yes, you can secure a declaratory judgment from a court declaring that a court order you violated was issued illegally and that can be a defense to any action seeking to enforce the court order against you.
Because such claims are rarely successful and very expensive to pursue, your best strategy is to offer a significantly higher hourly fee backed up by a six figure retainer to persuade a competent and experienced attorney to take such a case.
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