Im a 19 year old employee who was caught stealing money from the till at Safeway, im currently on pending investigation suspension, and have already admitted to it after hearing the evidence from the investigator, and was told i would hear about the result by Tuesday at the latest. My question is... Read more »
Depends on your employer and how they decided to handle the matter.
You might want to consider, without admitting to theft, offering to pay back any shortages as a result of your mistakes. IF your employer is made whole and suffered no loses it could save money in legal fees and a criminal...Read more »
I think you answered your own question. Your friend to use the credit card. That’s a crime because it wasn’t his card. Therefore, the government can charge him for using the card when he should not have use the card because it does not belong to him.
Sounds like a criminal or regulatory matter. The National Credit Union Administration is the independent federal agency that regulates, charters and supervises federal credit unions. You can submit a complaint to it here: complaint.mycreditunion.gov/CAC/CommunityLogin
And what I meant by “proven” was that his employee finally admitted to the forgery (under oath) and he amends his original declaration and apologized to me and over $30k is returned to me over one year later. This has been a nightmare for me. I don’t understand why he or the employee are... Read more »
Ok, So i purchased 20,000$ (~200 orders) of merchandise from an online e commerce site for my small business, under all my personal info. I only receive 900$ of items from them. I charged back with my credit provider and only got back 14000$ I am out about 5500$. I am not the only one who got... Read more »
My understanding is that one of the elements is that it must involve a public official or someone who has a "legal duty". "Public official" is not at issue here. The definition of "legal duty" appears to be "an obligation to obey the law." That is hardly illuminating, as that definition applies... Read more »
There are federal crimes involved here because the activities crossed states lines. If you read the various articles about it, they explain what federal crimes are being charged in these cases. It is a good question.
Make a police report and you may have to hire an attorney to represent you. In some instances, one way is to call your local bar association and ask to be referred to an attorney referral service. You may need to hire an attorney experienced in civil law, specifically probate.
To my understanding, Congress and the FBI are merely fact finding and while attorney generals can prosecute, sitting presidents or vice-presidents who may replace them if impeached, can simply pardon or grant clemency.
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 »
Title to my property was changed without my knowledge. Now my home is part of a probate court case and worse, it got sold! This was done fraudulently. I never transferred title over to anybody yet a Deed was recorded and signature looks like mine. But im certain that Notary does not have my... Read more »
What can I do to stop this crazy probate case? I hired attorney. I told him the problem I discovered. I thought he would stop probate but what he did was remove my uncle, he no longer Administrator of her estate. Then now I am Administrator of her estate. This is not what I want. How do I make... Read more »
I want to stop this probate case. It is fraudulent! My grandmother did not own any real property. Turns out that supposedly I gifted my dying grandma my house! That is a LIE. No wonder I didn't know about any probate case until recently. My uncle was doing this very quietly. I didn't know I gifted... Read more »
That's a lot of questions. Off the bat, I recommend that you speak with a lawyer right away about how to defend your self. But here is some basic information to help you make that consultation more efficient. I'll also provide some information about how to find a lawyer...Read more »
Generally it is, but there are some exceptions to it. Bottom line is the because both are separate sovereigns, thus the double jeopardy clause does not apply. Most jurisdictions try to avoid doing this as it complicates trial dates and availability of witnesses.
I have a case that involves alot of unconstitutional acts and everyone in the the same area seem to have in one way or another participated. I want to get my case moved to a different jurisdiction in a federal court however I am stuck on whether or not that is possible and if there is a United... Read more »
Sounds like you could go back to the court that issued the order and move for contempt, restraining order, etc. However, if the amount in controversy exceeds $75k, and both parties are residents of different states, you have diversity jurisdiction. I'm not sure what a federal judge would do...Read more »
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