I was arrested for first time in my 61 yrs for assault of police, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct. I had called 911 after being the victim of road rage and simply ask police to put on their masks due to COVID. I was injured in arrest and refused medical care. That evening after released... Read more »
From your facts I do not see a §1983 cause of action. But Diversion is usually the best disposition. Prior to the plea you will want to talk to an experienced attorney who knows how to file a Government Tort Liability Action. Again I would not file the suit as it is not a perfect...Read more »
I live in Tennessee and I pled guilty to a misdemeanor Domestic Assault about five years ago. I was forced to sign a piece of paper stating that I must surrender all of my firearms and that I would never be able to own a firearm again. My question is this: I am getting married soon and my fiance... Read more »
Your future Wife does not lose her rights by marrying you. You should not touch the firearms nor ammunition, and it would be better for her to have a safe for most of it. I suspect she carries one or more firearms. I am sorry that you got talked into pleading to a crime worse than many...Read more »
Recording the Deed and paying Taxes on the property would be required. Someone else may be claiming ownership, so your Deed may be Champertous. Hire a competent attorney to search the Title and cure yours if possible.
Generally that kind of Conviction is permanent. There are a very few, obscure exceptions. Have your Judgment of Conviction checked by a competent attorney. But usually you need to consult with an experienced firearms attorney to see what are your legal weapon choices.
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. These product-based actions are sometimes mutli-district cases with heavy dockets. If you have an attorney on the case already, they would know best, based on how far along the case has already progressed. But if the...Read more »
I was charged with a class a felony on a child custody case in which I'm not the parent or do I have any legal rights to. I was arrested for a vouluntary drug test in which I was never given any results to or was I ever shown. I was mentioned in a child custody case in which I was never... Read more »
Pro Se, 2 court dates already, did not plead, no contract signed, talk to DA, told me if I wanted to transfer to "Civil Court" (Jurisdiction..??).. Is discovery motion not allowed on a speeding ticket (radar) in TN...??
Not sure of your question, but it appears you do not know what you are doing. If a speeding ticket, then it is a criminal case.... Appeal De Novo is to Circuit Criminal Court, but a jury is not an option. Discovery is possible but the Court will not actively force the State to comply. A Bond...Read more »
My fiancé got physical with me and threatened to kill me so I call the police when they arrived we were outside and my firearm was in the house de cocked and unloaded she asked to see the fire arm then took it claiming it was for safekeeping then I was arrested on a domestic charge and I was the... Read more »
Since it has been served, you could suffer a default if you do not appear in Court. That sounds like a General Sessions Warrant, so the Rules of Civil Procedure do not apply. Hire an attorney to defend you on the merits as it appears you have been afforded your due process notice.
They (911) have been implicated in a series of violations alone with implicating the police involved. In addition I'm worried that they will exhaust a "timeline" for keeping these recordings. I need immediate help in moving forward to avoid what I might think will happen. Please help.
It is not an illegal interview and happens alot. You were not required to say anything. Sometimes the absence of, or waiver of, Miranda Warnings will suppress any testimonial evidence acquired by the LEO's.
What happened? Assuming no criminal charges, you may wish to make the landlord go through the entire process for eviction. A Detainer Warrant must be filed, served or posted, a Judgment for Possession rendered, and if you are not out or appeal within 10 days, a Writ of Possession is issued and...Read more »
First, I am not a Tennessee lawyer. That being said, whatever are the issues you intend to raise on appeal, the time to appeal is the same. Usually, it's 30 days from the final judgment of the court below. Once the appeal is noted, when you file your brief, you can raise the issue of subject...Read more »
you will need to call Maury County clerk's office. Your case will likely be reset because the courts are closed to most in-person proceedings until the end of January. The clerk's office will give you the correct court date.
I work in a gun store and carry on private land separate from where I reside. I am wanting to know if I can keep a handgun in my vehicle for protection at work and at any time I must go to our farm on the private land during these times under the Castle Law or any other law.
As a general rule no. If you are military, you might get a HCP. Or you might carry it in the locked trunk unloaded to a firearm instruction class (but I do not advise this). Unfortunately you are two years too young to carry a handgun, so do not do it. A criminal charge will mess you up so...Read more »
I am unaware of which specific Constitutional right you are referring to. Assuming you mean to invoke the 4th Amendment right against unreasonable searches and seizures. I am unaware of any precedent that states citizens are not required to produce identification when requested to do so. 4th...Read more »
We are both executors and the will States if either one of us want the estate we'd have to buy the other out ($20,000). Its been almost 3 years and she has yet to buy the house but has been living there this whole time. During this time she has been non-compliant on multiple occasions and has... Read more »
It appears that both of you have not performed your duties as Executors. You probably want to ask the Probate Court to order sale of the real property if it is actually part of a Will directive. From what you have stated it appears that Partition is not available, as the Will controls. But...Read more »
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