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 »
That the reason he needed a ride is because he was involved in a hit and run and the police were looking for him. Got a visit from his uncle who is also my neighbor. And he said my brother and I could get aiding and abetting charges. I’ve never been in trouble with the law all my life. Will I be... Read more »
Anyone can sue anybody for anything. But they have to provide proof that person promised to pay it back, and that it was a loan --- not a gift. If nothing is in writing, and the borrower claims it was a gift, and there are no other witnesses, then the plaintiff probably won't win the case. A...Read more »
The police can question a child without his or her parent(s) present, yes. But a child has the same rights as anyone not to talk to the police if he or she does not want to. Why do they want to talk to a child that is neither a suspect nor a witness?
I stupidly filed a section 1983 federal claim in an Ohio state court against persons employed by the state of Ohio. After receiving what can only be described as prejudicial treatment throughout and having appealed to the Ohio Supreme Court who denied jurisdiction I wish to take the claim to the... Read more »
Of his probation which is job retention. They set him up to fali when he was on the cusp of getting enough saved up to finally get things in order. I can't afford a lawyer for him and would like his case reassigned to another judge. Our court system is so jacked up they let meth heads back on... Read more »
As she nicked a artery causing major bleeding. He required staples in his skull and they had to stich his face from the inside out as the wound was deep and very long. He will not be able to afford all of the medical bills and has lost work. He is also having horrible flash backs and what I... Read more »
As the victim of a crime, he is entitled to restitution for the damage done by the offender. You should get in touch with the prosecutor and provide him or her with proof of the costs. He could also file a civil lawsuit against her. But, a word of warning. Money doesn't magically appear because the...Read more »
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