Got 6 DUI in last 26 years total they charged me with 4th time offense
This is real trouble. You are looking at substantial jail time plus a whole host of other penalties and probation conditions.See question
I was terminated not too long ago back in January over the phone 1hr before I clock in reason being was because there was a big snowstorm over night and I woke up called my employer and let him know that I would probably be 10 mins late because I ...
There really is no such thing as "usual" way. What he did is legal, perhaps not nice, but legal.See question
I'm dating a 17 year old girl, while myself being 25. She lives in a troubled house with unstable, semi-neglectful parents, so she is looking to leave with me, but we are worried they could come after me with legal troubles? As far as I know I ...
You are 25 and she is 17?! This is not a good situation no matter what way you look at it. Not only contributing to the delinquency of a minor but possibly felony sexual misconduct and maybe even having her ruled an "unruly child". (I can also possibly see a charge of kidnapping.) Geez, when is she 18? Wait until then if at all possible because the underage charges will NOT go away when she becomes 18.
If the situation is as bad as you say, have her contact Child Protective Services. This may send a message to her parents to cut the crap.See question
I am not on probation but have an interlock device on my car to drive. I have had some issues and was honest to the judge about everything when I got the last violation and he gave me 1 final chance. Two days after I was in court I got another vio...
When you got the interlock installed you were most-likely given instructions that specifically stated NOT to use mouthwash. So the judge is not going to be sympathetic. You also, no doubt, have lots of jail time hanging over your head. Hire an attorney who works regularly in that court. This may give more credibility to the excuse/explanation.See question
I went to do a app at a group home. I told them that I have attempted forgery )which is expunged) and rioting (it's in the process of getting expunged) on my record. Will that stop me from working there. I showed them the paper work for the attemp...
They can fire you for no reason at all if you are an at-will employee. Sometimes employers like to justify their action but they need not do soSee question
At least two of my neighbors filmed video and audio of me through my blinds and curtains while I masturbated to adult films on my computer. They did this from their window, which is 5.5 feet away. This was against my will and without my consent. I...
This has been answered elsewhere. Please see postings in this category.See question
Multiple times, at least one of my neighbors and at least one of their friends recorded video and limited audio (via a smart phone and from their window, 5.5 ft away) of me masturbating to adult films on my computer. I did not intend for anyone to...
There are really two distinct issues here. The invasion of privacy and a possible crime being committed. The invasion of privacy is a civil case and a very hard one to explain and prove You have an expectation of privacy in your home, but it only extends so far depending on what a person can view from public or their own property.
The possible crimes they are committing are trespassing or stalking. My advice is to file a police complaint as tell them you feel unsafe because they are stalking you. The police may investigate and put those people on notice that they could be charged. But unless you can actually show this stalking behavior, the police will probably not pursue it but this would be your first step,
As for the privacy issue, install dark curtains or blinds and use common sense.See question
Me and some friends went to a abandon hospital and got caught but the place was fenced in and we found a hole to get in and went in the building. Park rangers caught us and we were let go with court dates
If you needed to have an abscessed tooth extracted, would you do it yourself? Nothing legally can stop you, but it's silly. So is going to court without a lawyer.See question
I don't feel this judge can be objective by several of the rulings he made.
Disagreeing with a judge's rulings is not grounds for removal. If that were the case, there would be no judges to hear cases. You much show that the decisions were arbitrary and capricious as well as an abuse of discretion. Nearly impossible to do.See question
If you get pulled over and they assume your under the influence of drugs and or alcohol, they do a field sobriety and you pass, they decide to arrest you and take you to the police station for urine test, they do test and states that it takes 2 w...
Attorney hit the nail on the head. Most people can be cold stone sober and not "pass" the FSTs. They are used to get evidence AGAINST you; not really to see if you are impaired. That's why no one should consent to doing the tests. Drivers mistakenly think if they cooperate the officer will go easy on them. Perhaps this is true for a speeding ticket but not a suspected OVI.See question