Roland Xavier Tiemann’s Guides

Roland Xavier Tiemann

Folsom DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Juvenile Criminal Cases

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Police Contact with Juveniles The police do not have to have parental consent or permission to talk to a juvenile. A juvenile is supposed to invoke his rights to remain silent and to request his/her

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  2. How Probation Works (Informal vs. Formal)

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Informal/Summary Court Probation If you are placed on Summary/Informal Probation, you don’t report to a Probation Officer instead you are required to complete the specific terms of the sentencing and

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  3. When Can A Landlord Enter A Residence

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, almost 5 years ago.

    Reasons A Landlord Can Enter A Rental Unit California law states that a landlord can enter a rental unit only for the following reasons: (1) in an emergency, (2) tenant has moved out/abandoned the u

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  4. Obtaining Refund of Security Deposits

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, almost 5 years ago.

    Do You Need A Lawyer In small claims court you can recover the amount of the security deposit plus court costs, and possibly also a penalty and interest, up to a maximum of $7,500. For amounts great

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  5. Response to Police Questioning

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, about 5 years ago.

    Lawyer Up If the police are looking for you, immediately contact an attorney who will do pre-arrest representation. It’s stressful when you know the police are looking for you but it doesn’t have to

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  6. Miranda Rights

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, about 5 years ago.

    Do The Police Have to Read You Your Miranda Rights It’s important to note that Miranda rights do not have to be read until you are taken into custody. That means that you can be questioned by the pol

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  7. Citizens Guide to Domestic Violence

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, about 5 years ago.

    Can My Wife/GF Drop the Charges No, only the District Attorney can drop the domestic violence charges against you and this is unlikely to occur. The prosecutor, not the victim, makes the charging dec

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  8. California Medical Marijuana

    Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, about 5 years ago.

    Keep A Valid Medical Marijuana Recommendation Always keep your recommendation up to date, in your possession, and posted near your plants. In personal use cases, many officers will not arrest you if

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