It was from may 2019, the person called and said she had permission, she didn't know she had a warrant for it as they never served it. The judge gave her a $10,000 bond. They never offered her a attorney or public defender
Your question doesn't state what the offense is. $10k is a middle of the road bond number that could apply to any number of offenses. In many counties, one must apply for a public defender. You should contact the local public defender's office to find out the procedure.
An Ohio attorney would be able to advise best, as state health care or privacy laws could apply, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could speak with other parents and look into why the information is being requested, whether for the information to be on hand in the event of a medical...Read more »
Your question remains open for three weeks, and it could be something that a doctor might be able to advise about better than an attorney could. If you have health concerns, consult with a doctor as to what it might be. Hopefully, a doctor could help you in terms of the best course of action. Good...Read more »
I was off work for a total of 6 days. I started showing signs of Covid-19 and sought out medical attention. I was turned away from my family doctor because I had several symptoms of Covid-19. I took an online health screening that advised me to get tested and quarantine until testing was done. I... Read more »
FMLA does not provide for paid leave, so that's out. As to unemployment, that is filed with the state, and they make that determination. Did the state give you a reason as to why they refused unemployment compensation? It sounds like you just voluntarily left the job.
You should contact the police to fill out a report and likely a civil protection order to keep the person away. Talk with an attorney to file a temporary restraining order against the person. The first thing is to stop the threat immediately, then worry about a civil suit at a later time.
So my mother and I own a house together. I am on the deed of the house. She is trying to evict my boyfriend and father of my child out of the house we all live in. He pays one bill that is in her name. Can I fight her on trying to evict him? Can she even legally evict him if hes paying her... Read more »
If your mother owns the home, then she can evict your boyfriend. Simple as that. Since he has lived there 2+ years, she will have to go through the formal eviction process as he has clearly established residency there. It does not matter at all that he has been helping to pay bills.
You can retain an automobile with a mechanic's lien without filing anything so long as you don't violate any portions of the Ohio Consumer Sales Protection Act (OSCPA), specifically everything in OAC 109:4-3-13 Motor vehicle repairs or services. Your situation is a little different in...Read more »
I paid for an online service back in December and asked for a refund in the beginning of January. Since the beginning of January, they have dragged me along each day asking for more money to get the refund back to me, which I paid. This is still going on now. I’ve ended up paying them a few... Read more »
Their actions are likely violations of Ohio's Consumer Sales Practices Act. If they haven't paid you but have demanded more money before they give you a refund, you can likely seek your damages from them, plus treble (three times) damages, and reasonable attorney fees.
My previous employer has refused to pay me for my last 2 paychecks. They voided one out and have refused to give me the other one. This has been an ongoing battle since November 26th. I filed for unemployment when they released me (They stated I stole hours from the company) Unemployment ruled in... Read more »
My mom was murdered right outside of a Family Dollars. leaving a Family Dollars with her twin sister a man who we believe she may have had a restraining order on shot her in the head and then proceeded to shoot her twin sister but the gun jammed then he turned the gun on himself. It's also... Read more »
I guess he worked for Barclays Investments anyhow she's supposedly in Canada talking to a law firm named Barrister Layton they they want me to give them $800 and my banking information cuz she wanted me to be her stand-in just in case something happens to her I get the money that doesn't... Read more »
I've received a summons for petit jury duty. It states that if I don't show that I may be subject to a fine or contempt provided by Ohio Law but there is no law referenced. 2313.12 only states that is a policy of the state. What is the Law?
No, I did NOT do anything to warrant this,he proposed to me,I was NOT interested, he gets back with wife..need I say more? Yes, I do have proof.I have 2 1/2 hrs. recorded, including him "proposing" ...AND killing a man! Made for tv I know, I've been living it since Aug. 17'!
1. Your attorney cannot "press charges" but the prosecuting attorney can based upon information provided by your attorney. 2. It is inappropriate for your attorney to remain your attorney, after reporting you to the police for trespassing. 3. If you have information regarding a murder,...Read more »
Sort of. Legally you can date whomever you please, but you must also obey reasonable rules set by your parents. Not dating adult men is a reasonable rule. So, while it is not criminal to date him without your parent's permission, your parents do have the legal right to enforce their rules by...Read more »
Did you tell them to fix it or not? I suspect their side of the story will be quite different. To answer your question, no they can't file charges. They can report a suspected crime to the police, who will investigate and work with a prosecutor to determine whether or not to file charges.
my onsite manager works on getting apts ready sometimes real late and on weekends and was just wondering if there is a set time that they had to stop for the day I live in ohio but couldn't find anything myself about it.
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