Truthfully I was not caught with anything. My friends at the time said I was part of the foolishness so I was arrested at my home. Out of the 3 of us one was actually caught with the firearm. Worse part about this story they got arrested at school.
If the case was dismissed then you do not have a conviction that would prevent you from possessing a firearm. Unless there are other disqualifiers then you should be eligible to purchase a firearm.See question
He talk to me in a degrading way when I ask to have myself respected, he brings pets around a child who can not be around them and he changes the days and times that is stated for visitation in the parenting agreement. He signed all this and agree...
You can always go to court to enforce a parenting agreement that was set forth in a court order. As far as visitation for most agreements, he can only visit on alternate days and times with your consent. Unless the agreement specifies otherwise, you do not have to agree to alternate days or times. If the court order states that he can not bring a pet near the child and he is doing so, the court can enforce that.See question
One person I know is paying child support for his/her child and the other parent which the child resides won't let the other parent see the child much at all. They are about to start mediation but the parent that has the child residing with them, ...
Is there a support and visitation order in place? If so, you can have the order enforced with regards to visitation. If not, then you should consult with an attorney to pursue at least a temporary order until mediation is complete.See question
My preference would be mediation without attorneys. Is that possible knowing that my wife already has an attorney on retainer? Do I need to get an attorney, or can I just go with my wife to a mediator? thanks
If your wife has an attorney, then you should have an attorney. Having attorneys does not preclude mediation. You and your attorney can propose mediation in order to reach a settlement, which your attorney can then draft for the court. You can participate in mediation with or without attorneys. However, your wife has the right to an attorney and in order for mediation to be successful, you will need to take a cooperative approach rather than an adversarial one.See question
We are in disagreement with our child's school district and their offer of FAPE. The IEP Team is offering a more restrictive placement for the upcoming school year. We believe they do not have the data or documentation to justify this placement ch...
An attorney who specializes in children’s educational law can assist with any special educational placement issues. They frequently represent the parents against the school district to obtain the best possible accommodations for children.See question
My wife and I are splitting after 32 years. No dependent children involved. Only our house, retirement accounts and a couple financial obligations. I believe we are both in agreement to just split everything. Is mediation necessary? If not, w...
If you are in agreement, mediation is not necessary. You could hire an attorney to draft a separation agreement which will later be submitted to the court for entry into a court order. It is best that each of you have a separate attorney to ensure that the agreement is fair and balanced if that is your intention. Your house and retirement accounts are important assets.See question
I'm having a Mediation set up with DFEH and the company I work for. It's for a disability discrimination issue that they want to settle should I have a attorney there with me ?
You are not required to have an attorney for mediation, but you should have one if the opposing party will be represented by one at the mediation. Even if the opposing party will not have an attorney present, having a disability rights attorney who can advise and assist would be very helpful.See question
I got a job at a small restaurant which is run by a couple. The owner cooks and his wife collects payments from the customers. We were not allowed to collect the cash ourselves and I noticed that my tips were always less than I know I actually mad...
You should consult with a civil attorney, but also consider filing charges for assault with the police. An assault is an unwanted touching and based on what you described, that is what occurred here. You should speak with a civil attorney about filing a lawsuit for the incident and also about filing a worker’s compensation claim because of the circumstances under which you left your employment.See question
I called my job to let them know why I wasn't coming to work and I was given an automated come in or else
I am sorry to hear about the house. The answer to your question depends on the employment contract. If you had an at-will contract then you can be fired for no reason at all. You can however, attempt to file an unemployment claim. Did you have any vacation or personal days accrued and did you ask to take one? That may be a relevant factor for an unemployment claim. What had been your history for time off? You can consult with an unemployment attorney or file a claim yourself.See question
I went on an interview, which went well, and was informed by the hiring manager, that he will have his attorney draw up an agreement. I didn't hear back from him, so I sent him a text to his personal cell phone, asking what was happening. His la...
Unfortunately an employer has no obligation to hire a specific employee. His vague statements of having his attorney draw up some kind of contract also does not constitute a verbal agreement to hire you. You have no recourse for not being hired except for certain limited circumstances such as the employer being a government employer and you were not hired because of certain characteristics such as race, ethnic origin or age. Even then, you would have to establish that as the reason that you were not hired.See question