Not understanding Miranda rights, self incrimination Class 4 felony for burglary compared to class 1 misdemeanor for theft of property under $1000. Property value $30
Try to rephrase this into a question that can be answered. Try not to use legal terms like diminished capacity, which has a very particular meaning. Ask a simple question!See question
I was arrested for petite larceny however I was able to get it down to a disorderly conduct violation. Can I answer 'no' on to the question asking whether I was convicted or pleaded guilty but not a summarily offense.
Disorderly conduct is a violation, not a crime. If the employment question (read it carefully) asks if you "have ever been convicted of a crime," you can answer no. Also, the disorderly conduct please may be sealed after a year, (may) be sealed after a year. You should always answer truthfully to the questions! But, read the question carefully. If you have any doubts, consult an attorney.See question
i am almost 6 months pregnant & work as a caregiver at a facility specially for people with Alzheimer's disease & because of complaints with a certain coworker my suspervisor wants to move me upstairs where the is a alot of heavy lifting over my 3...
It sounds like you are not being treated fairly or legally. If the heavy lifting would pose a danger to yourself of the baby you are carrying and if your employer is on notice, they can certainly make a reasonable accommodation keeping you in an area where heavy lifting is not required. Consult an employment lawyer immediately. Perhaps a strong letter would solve the problem!See question
I have had this check for 2 months and he is not answering my calls. There was not a formal contract and he dosen't have a specific place of business that he works out of so basically I probably won't see him again. It is legit and taxes were tak...
Wow, regardless of the amount of the check, I would not let the contractor get away with that. You could file in small claims court if the amount is $5,000 or under. Your best proof will be the unsigned check!See question
Just wondering because I know in some states they are treated exactly like police officers (I.e being sworn in and all). But do they have any authority or privileges that normal citizens do not posses while outside of a prison in North Carolina?
You need to check your local law. But, generally corrections officers have higher law enforcement status than regular citizens. Many corrections officers are licensed to carry firearms, for instance.See question
If the police take someone at their word, and have no proof but get a warrant anyway. underage drinking no prove drug test swap test in mouth for drinking? How can they give you a warrant with no proof only hear say
It is difficult to decipher your question. If there has been an arrest following an illegal search, your 4th amendment rights may have been violated. You are entitled to an attorney to represent you. You would be smart to cooperate fully with your criminal attorney.See question
Is it legal to turn information from a book to a story ? The information would be the inspiration.. Not using any names similar to whats written in inspired book , a whole new story. To different audience The inspiration book is not a story, ...
An idea cannot be copyrighted. Nor can an inspiration. However, if you are essentially lifting the plot and changing the names of the characters to disguise the taking, you open yourself up to an infringement claim. Also, there is no relevant legal distinction between a book and a "story" if the story is written and published for plagiarism and copyright infringement purposes.See question
So I was involved in an accident Sunday due to weather. All I remember is hitting some ice the got hit. The other car tagged my right front fender then hit the wall. Well officer said accident was due to weather. Then talked to his partner came an...
I would fight the ticket. Stick to your version of the events and demand a hearing. Consult with a local attorney!See question
The Jesus "represents" a religious club here on campus...the school is not a relgious school we are a public community college. The issue is that the painting is offending many students who do not believe in Christ. The other issue is this was not...
Your public, tax payer funded, college should not foster one religion over another. That would violate the establishment clause. Whether the Jesus painting does that or not depends! I would be happy to discuss this further if you want to call my office. In the alternative, the local branch of the ACLU may be able to help you with this. Good luck and God bless ;)See question
I was ordered to an RME to determine if treatment I was receiving was appropriate. First one I have been sent to in 15 years. Upon receiving a copy of this "doctors" rpt, he listed a medical history, which looks like he made it up along the way. I...
You should absolutely clear this up, What the doctor wrote in the report, if false, is defamatory. You should gather the proof that the doctor was wrong on the accident date, was wrong that you were allegedly in rehab, etc., and take it to an attorney!See question