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  • When CC permit holder is carrying a concealed handgun on his person in Ohio is it mandatory to have it in a holster?

    Is there a specific law that addresses that issue?

    Ronald’s Answer

    No, a holster is not required. It's your discretion.

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  • Bailing out a friend who is homeless ?

    I just wanted to check is it legal to bail out someone with a bail bondsman if they are homeless? Because the bail bondsman stated that he needed to be in a fixed address and can't go to a homeless shelter as his bail is to high?

    Ronald’s Answer

    You will have to work this out with the bail bondsman. Typically, a valid home address is required. Call around to a few local bail bondsman for more information. You are taking a huge risk.

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  • Was in a bike accident in Sausalito California- I have been encouraged to file suit. Please advise if this is a valid case...

    About 5 minutes after crossing the Golden Gate Bridge with our rented bicycle and helmet my wife and I reached Alexander Avenue in Marin County in the city of Sausalito. The bike-lane which ran a mere inches from the road was extremely close to ve...

    Ronald’s Answer

    Changing question category to personal injury to get answers from qualified attorneys.

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  • What is the best way to beat a dwi ?

    4dwi. No field test no breath test no blood test blacked out due to health reason and run into ditch. No one hurt.

    Ronald’s Answer

    Nobody can guarantee you will be able to best the case. However, your first step would be to consult with a local DUI attorney to review all the specific details in order to determine the best defense strategy. Use the "find a lawyer" tab above.

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  • Is there an online form to request a Certificate of Detention only from the Police Department in California?

    I got arrested but no charges were ever filed. Is the arresting agency supposed to mail me a certificate of detention only automatically? or am I supposed to request it? Also, is there a form from the court's website that i need to fill out and ...

    Ronald’s Answer

    Automatically? No, you will need to request one. Contact the police department for more information.

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  • How can thay take u to jail when u blow .05 and .08 is legal limit

    i was in a parking lot car running and in gear foot on break went to jail o w i

    Ronald’s Answer

    Mr. Meisenhelder has provided an excellent explanation. You may have a valid defense, but need to consult with a local criminal attorney to review and explore your options. Use the "find a lawyer" tab above.

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  • Are court officers/ bailiffs in NH law enforcement?

    Are they police and if so is it a felony to threaten a court officer or would it be just regular criminal threatening? Are the NH circuit court security considered law enforcement at all or just regular security guards ?

    Ronald’s Answer

    Don't make any threats and it won't matter. If you are facing criminal charges, consult with a local criminal attorney right away for assistance.

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  • Why have I not received a trial date?

    Accused of theft of property over 20k. Indictment happened June 1st. Arrested/Bailed out June 17. Have heard nothing else since, no arraignment or trial date. What could be the hold up?

    Ronald’s Answer

    Can't know exactly why as it depends on many factors. However, this is not uncommon. Suggest consulting with a local criminal attorney to review.

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  • How do i go about suing my county's Sheriff Department for a wrongful arrest, home invasion, armed robbery and conspiracy

    to commit a crime? I was advertising online to sell Tiffany jewelry. When the buyer came to my residence/store to buy, they showed their badges & told me I was under arrest. 12 detectives from my local police dept? also came in. I was accused o...

    Ronald’s Answer

    This incident occurred in 2011? It's not clear why you have taken so long to consider this action. You are probably much too late. Consult with a local civil rights attorney for advice.

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