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 »
Insurance on vehicles currently driven after 2 affidavits estimate from certified mech several calls and hearing request they still suspened lisc claiming they didnt get hear request i appealed litigated with attorney gen and then provided a copy of request and cancelled check at which time they... Read more »
If the police won’t do anything when there’s witnesses and it’s happened more than 2x he was specifically targeted because he is autistic what should his mother do to get justice for him being assaulted because the police department is treating him as if what these boys did was ok
You can be punished by law for beating on anyone. Assault is illegal. How old are these boys? Perhaps the police believe this situation is better handled by parents and teachers than police officers and judges.
It’s legal. How much of their questioning can be used, and for what purpose, may become an issue later particularly if they charge him with a criminal offense, and depending upon his age, maturity, intelligence, and whether they Mirandized him prior to any police questioning.
Report the threats to the police and seek a protection order to order the person to leave the house and stay away. If that does not succeed, then you could proceed with an eviction action, but that process could take several weeks. If you just change the locks, install a security system, and...Read more »
My step-daughter lied to the school and CPS. I have never hurt this child. CPS talked to her and her dad and I was immediately thrown out of the house saying I was a danger to this child without even doing an investigation to see what was going on. CPS called me a liar and said they believed... Read more »
There are too many issues to discuss on line. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney who can review the entire situation, and all the facts and circumstances, and then advise you of your options and what actions you can take.
I was denied exculpatory (ESI) evidence that would prove otherwise of an abduction of my wife, after offer of proof was made within a jury trial. My counsel was well informed of my claimed defense and shared the fact with the prosecution within the preliminary stages. There was a very... Read more »
Whoa! Slow down. You are just running with a bunch of stuff you clearly do not understand well.
Let's start with this preliminary question on which half of your argument rests: what offense(s) were you originally indicted with, and what offense were you convicted of? If the offense you...Read more »
My nephew, over the course of time has been hit in the private and taunted by a fellow student. During the end of school in Dec, he was pushed down the stairs by said student. They both decided to have a fist fight, that they would walk from school to said students house for the fight. They made it... Read more »
It is up to the prosecutor to bring any criminal charges, but you can sue as a civil case for monetary damages for the cost of the fence replacement. You can sue in small claims court up to $6000, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local litigation attorney.
Children can be difficult, but physical, mental, or emotional actions or demands in response can result in difficulties for you, even claims of abuse. If there are issues, perhaps seek family counseling.
No, you cannot emancipate. Your parents are obligated to support you until you are 18. Minors cannot enter into legally enforceable contracts. If you have problems at home, seek help from a teacher, school counselor, family member, or other trusted adult. Here is more information:...Read more »
If you aren't out in 3 days, then the company can file an eviction action. The court will schedule a hearing in a couple weeks, at which you can appear and challenge the basis for the eviction. If the court grants the eviction, it will give you 7 to 10 days to vacate.
Hopefully, you will stop and nothing will happen. If there are pictures of the minor, those are child porn, which is really bad. Otherwise, it may just be importuning and distributing matter harmful to juvenile, still serious but less so.
My boyfriend is in jail. He went in on a petty theft charge & a pv stemming from the petty theft. While he was in jail he got another charge of petty theft from something he stole 2 days prior to going to jail. So he currently has 2 petty thefts & a pv and he got maxed out on those charges. He went... Read more »
I think this isn't his first time being in trouble (you've described multiple offenses) and he will likely get the same judge, so yes, I suspect he will get maxed again. He should get a lawyer to try to avoid this.
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