You should secure your own residence and not give your mother or either of the aggressors access to you at your home or workplace. Do not visit your mother’s home and, if you need to see her, use Zoom or a similar teleconferencing app or meet her in a public place. Leave immediately if you see...View More
Appoint u…. And wen talking on fone with family Can they stand next to u and listen to ur conversation and if they hear anything u say they dnt like Can they take the fone from u and hang up the fone from u
Pro se- Efile in Texas. Only order given was of a final hearing April 11 that was post marked March 22. I called multiple times explaining the ordeal and just getting transferred and not helped. I also need more time for evidence and legal.
You need to file a verified motion for continuance attaching an affidavit or sworn declaration detailing the medical issue and necessity for your surgery. It would be beneficial to attach sufficient medical records to demonstrate your procedure is not elective and cannot wait.
I had a endoscopy done and on my pre opp exam the doctor made a comment to me "now for the fun part" as he proceeded to tell me to pull my knees to my chest and press out as he checked my prostate, He did not indicate he was going to do that other thatn tell ing "npw for the fun... View More
My dad is my boss at work. He left my mother for one of our coworkers. She's half his age and has only been there six months. She's made sexual advances at me that I blow off. Well he fell for it. The day after he left my mother I arrived at work and he started bossing me on things to do... View More
There could be a criminal case because there is no longer any statute of limitations for the crime of sexual assault of a child. I suppose that technically either one of them could be charged with this crime because an 11-year-old can't consent to sex either and it is technically possible to...View More
Personal property may not be removed without a search warrant. Personal property such as cars that have not been moved may violate local ordinances. They can be removed once the owner has received notice to remove, and there has either been a hearing or the person has not responded. If it was...View More
The person enters a plea of not guilty and demands a trial by jury. The person will only be convicted if the prosecutor can prove every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt at trial. The jury must be unanimous in their decision.
The better the attorney representing the...View More
I have had clients arrested on warrants in the Houston airport. The arrests created problems for both the client and their traveling companions. It would be wise to hire a local criminal defense attorney to clear the warrant before your trip.
A friend of mine has awful roommates that constantly harass her verbally, and recently physically. After returning to her school(Texas State University) with a few of her friends, they decided to celebrate by having some Fireball. After opening the bottle of liquor and not noticing the smell at... View More
It's not clear that you have a question. However as it involves some serious issues, and this is a public site, I suggest you contact an attorney who handles criminal defense in the states where you are charged or where you have concerns and do not discuss these issues on any social media.
I have worked at the same place for just over 14 years. In that time I have had issues of what I feel is harrassment from coworkers and immediate supervisors. When I have gone to HR I was the one who ended up being disciplined. As a result I have had a bad attitude and getting in more trouble.... View More
Hi, more information is needed to fully evaluate your situation. Generally, workplace "bullying" is not unlawful. To give rise to any sort of legal claim, the harassment you are experiencing would need to be sexual, or based on your race, gender, religion, or disability, etc. I would...View More
Contact the clerk of the court where the case was filed. If it was a felony filed in District Court then you'll be contacting the District Clerk, it was filed as a Class A or Class B misdemeanor then check with the County Clerk. If it was a felony that was pled down to a misdemeanor it could...View More
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