How long does a government agency keep 911 calls? A citation or NRS would be helpful. Thanks!
You may wish to start your research here: http://www.leg.state.nv.us/nrs/nrs-239.html. Governments generally have the ability to keep records longer than is required by statute.See question
The "paramour" of my soon-to-be ex wife owns a website from which he sent me a common looking email which I responded to. It turned out that when I hit the send button to reply to HIS email, the screen lit up and it sent me a message saying somet...
I think any judge would see through the paramour's trap for what it is. Courts don't like to be gamed by petitioners, so unless there's more you haven't disclosed (and SHOULD NOT here on AVVO which is NOT privileged), you should be able to survive the R/O. That said, it's usually not a good idea to represent yourself defending against a R/O. Consider hiring an attorney to represent you at the hearing, who can most clearly articulate to the judge why you're not the bad guy.See question
I injured my knees and also my back.
The answer will depend on whether the fee agreement you entered into with the attorney allows for the attorney's withdrawn, and under what circumstances. Under general principles of California law, there are very few ways for an attorney to leave a case once undertaken, and especially if leaving the case would create some prejudice to the client. Ask your lawyer, perhaps now your ex-lawyer, for a written explanation for the withdrawal. You will likely need to speak with another personal injury attorney about your case. Many offer free initial consultations. Do not delay because you may lose valuable claims and rights if we do.See question
My phone carrier is Sprint. Recently I learned it's under "business" instead of "personal". Also, when I tried to get in my account to check billing, balance, etc., it wouldn't let me log in. I called Sprint about this & I was advised to register ...
It appears that Sprint may have made a mistake. Unfortunately, you clearly made of a serious error by giving false information. You would have been better served to go into one of their offices to correct the mistake, instead of compounding that. That is what you need to do, now. From what you've described, you have no basis to sue them.See question
on 9-28-16 my coworker took pictures on company cell phone without my knowledge or permission and sent to superv isor on 11-17-16i was terminated and shown said photos is that legal
It was most likely within the work scope of the person who took the picture because safety is everybody's duty. This is something that the management of your company, I mean your former company, would have a direct and legitimate interest in. As you admit, you were unsafe on the ladder. The question is whether your termination was lawful. That will require you to talk with an employment attorney who can advise you once She or he has all of the facts, and the photograph.See question
My roomate has been sending texts behind my back to his friends about raping me. It has my name and the word all over the place, page after page. His friends contact me because they think I'm not safe around him. I have to move out after reading t...
Your safety is paramount. You should distance yourself immediately. You should also contact the local police immediately and show them copies of the threatening texts. Even if it is a joke (and I'm not saying it is), this is scary. Let your landlord know why you are moving out.See question
I have sold my old broken iphone 5 to a repair shop,and have helped them delete my Icloud account when they got it to start working again, by giving them pass code and everything they needed to unlock that phone, after they told me they are done I...
First and foremost, change ALL of your passwords which may have been stored on the iPhone, ESPECIALLY your Apple ID. If you can change your user names, that's even better. You should download a copy of your iCloud to a local device (i.e., a USB harddrive or some other device you can store offline.
Finally, at least at this point, it doesn't appear that you have a sound basis to file a suit. You might want to drive the two hours to get this settled by using the Apple's reset command for your old iPhone so that it resets back to factory settings, wiping out all of your old data for your piece of mind. In no event, however, give them your password over the phone. It would be like handing them a blank check, the keys to your home, etc.See question
My husband purchased a burger from a well known chain and but into a hard piece of plastic that is with the onions. He took it back to location and manager naturally was skeptical and then replaced his food. He did let her know that he would be co...
There is probably not a whole lot you should expect. Virtually no major corporation is going to admit negligence. It also appears that there is no injury Involved.See question
unwanted phone calls from legitimate lenders who wanted to discuss a mortgage with me. Somebody put my name and phone number into Bills.com. They entered a fake P.O. box & email but my correct phone number. I started getting calls from several com...
It's possible that you'd be able to secure this information by suing a John Doe and subpoenaing the information from Bills.com to find the true identity of the person you would have to sue. That said, it might not yield what you want if the person used a shared IP (such as would happen from an AOL account). You will most likely need the help of a lawyer in your matter.See question