The juvenile office told this guardian to contact a public defender to request Zoom attendance at a recommitment hearing. This sounded a bit odd to me, as I had never had to do that in past years. In the past, I called the office to request that they send a link to me, or I could show up in... View More
In Wisconsin, individuals generally have the right to receive visits from clergy while in the hospital, even if they are in custody. However, there may be situations where law enforcement or hospital staff restrict visitation for security or safety reasons. If the person in question has not been...View More
In situations where a person is in the hospital in custody but has not been officially charged, the police generally cannot deny a visit from clergy without a valid reason. The right to religious freedom and the opportunity to receive spiritual guidance are protected under the First Amendment of...View More
1st degree reckless homicide case is 4 years old, prosecution cancelled 3 times now, 10 days ago at finAL pretrial the da admitted that they didn't know where the witness lived any more and has failed to subpoena in the last 9 months since the last cancellation. the judge asked if all... View More
The sudden appearance of 454 pages of discovery, especially after the prosecution confirmed no new discovery, can be a significant issue in a criminal trial. In a first-degree reckless homicide case, all relevant evidence is crucial for a fair trial. If you've been requesting these documents...View More
I was denied a permit to purchase in WI. Am I also banned from possessing a firearm in WI? My MN permit to purchase and conceal is good through 2025 but I'm now a WI resident. My full record is in the MN system. Is there any way to restore my gun rights in WI? I read the only way may be by... View More
Navigating gun rights restoration can be complex, especially when moving between states. In your case, having had your gun rights restored in Minnesota does not automatically grant you those rights in Wisconsin. Each state has its own laws regarding the possession of firearms by individuals with...View More
Domestic violence case the alleged victim even admitted I didn’t strike her while under oath on the stand. The DA was able to say anything he wanted. But I was held in a motion of limine. I could only ask questions about the argument we had. No other evidence from me the defendant was allowed.
A motion in limine is a legal motion used in court to limit or prevent certain evidence from being presented during the trial. It's typically used to ensure that evidence presented is relevant and not overly prejudicial. In your case, if a motion in limine was granted that restricted your...View More
In Wisconsin, whether you can purchase a gun while having a harassment restraining order against you depends on the specific terms of the order. Since your restraining order does not include firearm restrictions, it may not automatically prohibit you from purchasing a firearm. However, it's...View More
If a person is admitted to an IMD under the emergency DHS chapter 34 - emergency rule, the State of Wisconsin makes an exception for the IMD or hospital to hold off giving patient their rights until a patient is stable. Under the DHS 34, inpatient rights can be delayed and provided or given at a... View More
In Wisconsin, HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements apply to outpatient services, including mobile crisis counseling. Generally, these regulations mandate that providers inform patients of their rights under HIPAA and the...View More
This girl lost her AirPods in the diving instructor’s car then when my daughter went to drive the instructor asked if she me so and so if she can return the AirPods my kid said idk her he then said return them to the office So she brought them home and next day she went to school with them and... View More
In this situation, it's important to know that your child does not appear to have a legal obligation to pay for the lost AirPods. The fact that she initially tried to return them to the office demonstrates that she didn't intend to steal them. Additionally, the school's police...View More
In Wisconsin, if you have been living with your girlfriend for nine months, you are likely considered a tenant under the law, even if there is no formal lease agreement. As a tenant, you are entitled to certain rights, including proper notice before being required to move out. Generally, this means...View More
Sharing your location with the victim would be considered indirect contact, which is typically prohibited by restraining orders. If you are caught violating a restraining order, you could be charged with a crime and face jail time. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique...View More
Someone took a picture of my wife without her knowledge and approval, then used it in a Google review for her workplace. Without any sort of context, he called her rude. My wife deals with over-the-road drivers for the duration of her work shift, and this picture and review is now there for anyone... View More
In Wisconsin, taking someone's picture in a workplace without their knowledge and then posting it online could potentially infringe upon their privacy rights. However, the legality of such actions can depend on various factors, including the context, the intent, and any applicable workplace...View More
I consented to a consumer report background check at my employer when up for promotion. An old active arrest warrant was discovered on the check. The employer did not notify me of the issue directly and instead contacted local law enforcement who then came looking for me. I do not believe the... View More
The situation you have shared is very concerning and may very well be a violation of employment background check compliance (such as through the Fair Credit Reporting Act) as well as a number of related obligations imposed on employers who order criminal history information reports from third...View More
Since you would be the person to have signed the power of attorney, you can review the documents you have signed to determine if any of them give your agent power of attorney over you (ie a durable medical power of attorney).
My parents asked what happened. I told them that I took the blame for someone else’s actions. They said they would call the school, and if the principal said something different, I would be “Beat the sh*t out of me with a belt, until my a** was so red, that I couldn’t sit down.”
My husband got into fight that resulted in restitution for hospital bills after he was released off probation and they turned it into a judgement. We have been trying to get ahold of the hospital to pay this off they wont give any information to us because it is someone elses name. We call... View More
Why don't you call the hospital and request you need to speak with the legal department. If they don't have one, ask to speak with the individual responsible for payments due to the hospital and tell them you need help finding out where to send the payment. If that fails, send them the...View More
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