Is it legal to film government employees working or not working? For instance, a park employee sitting in the truck for hours, a utilities employee at Starbucks for hours.
answered on Jun 2, 2022
Yes, you can take video of public employees in public spaces as long as you are not trespassing to do so. Please note that you cannot record audio without all parties consent, unless they are in a situation where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy.
never even Filed one in the first place? Would this be considered a fraudulent appeal?
answered on Jun 15, 2021
I don't have the required information to answer this question. An "appeal with the State"? And "concrete evidence that you should never even filed one in the first place"? The question makes no sense to me. And I don't know any procedure for a "fraudulent... Read more »
also does he have the right to jail and fine people for not complying with his wishes? and if so why are so many officers of the law refusing to enforce his mandates? thank you for responding
answered on Jun 26, 2020
Violation of the Governor's order is a gross misdemeanor, so a person can be arrested for it. Does "he" have the right to jail people? No, that is not the function of his office. But local law enforcement anywhere in the state can enforce the statute.
Since it only went in... Read more »
A couple days ago my husband was arrested and will most likely be doing prison time.
We are separated (not legally) and filed married filing jointly for 2019.
When the 1200 for him comes with the stimulus check, am I legally entitled to keeping it?
The reason I ask this... Read more »
answered on Apr 9, 2020
This is not a legal question. This is a serious family control question--the answer to which will be answered by the two people affected: you and your husband.
I will ask you a question to give you a large hint as to the answer: If your husband was awarded the Medal of Honor for bravery... Read more »
Felony malicious mischief, lying to the police, dui, glue sniffing, various other crimes all within a few years time 1994. Then a dui in 2003.Rehabilitation then nothing more than 2 speeding tickets from 03-2019. Graduated with honors BS Paralegal Studies and become a top athlete. Plan on attending... Read more »
answered on Oct 25, 2019
Not automatically. The bar association has rules regarding character and fitness:
Look specifically at rule 21 to start.
Here is a real life example of someone who did it:... Read more »
I hold a DACA status that expired last year. I'm assuming my work permit also expired. I didn't renew for 3 reasons: (1) My husband is an active military who applied for my residency a couple months before my DACA status expired. (2) I'm in grad school and was busy and without the... Read more »
answered on Apr 2, 2019
There are two reasons why you might want to renew DACA:
1. So you can work; and
2. To avoid accruing unlawful presence.
If you don’t need to work, or if you applied for work authorization as part of your adjustment application, and if unlawful presence isn’t an issue... Read more »
I’m looking to go on vacation for a few days back to the states from Canada where I am here for my fathers job and possess a diplomatic passport, yet I’m 18? Is this ok for me to do or do I need to have consent from my parents.
answered on Jan 24, 2019
You may be best served by speaking with an immigration attorney in Canada. In the USA, an 18 year old is considered an adult and is free to travel as such. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. I... Read more »
answered on Dec 26, 2018
You can be charged with a crime and temporarily held in jail pending your arraignment, for example. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my... Read more »
answered on Aug 6, 2017
Canada considers you ineligible to enter them country. You must go through a lawyer in that country, and file for permission.
Don't commit a crime,and possibly get convicted.
answered on Mar 17, 2017
Passed in 2007 with an effective date of July 1, 2009. See http://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/biennium/2007-08/Pdf/Bills/Session%20Laws/Senate/5715-S.SL.pdf
I have heard a rumor about waiting three months and wondered if it was true.
answered on Feb 3, 2017
No wait time. You can get married immediately. You just have to make sure your personnel folks are kept in the loop about the divorce and remarriage. Problems arise if the military thinks you are married to two people at the same time.
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