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Police department holds arrest warrant VC 34620 ( A) what
police department holds arrest warrant for violation VC 34620 ( A) what this is forJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when was the warrant issued?Customer: warrant issued july 18,2016JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: state of CAJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I was stopped on may 11, 2016 and officer asked for motor carrier permit, I did not have that time, he wrote me ticket and also give me his email address to mail him motor carrier permit , I send him email permit on june 10,2016. and after that I did not receive any letter till yesterday I received the arrest warrant notice from police department for posting a bail of $10000.00
I JUST RECEIVED AN e-mAIL REGARDING THIS SAME bUREAU OF
i JUST RECEIVED AN e-mAIL REGARDING THIS SAME bUREAU OF dEFAULTERS aGENCY ANDA LAWSUIT WHICH TOTAL $12,449.90. WITH AN ARREST WARRANT ATTACHED. i TRIED CALLING THE #(###) ###-####***** ***** sENIOR aTTORNEY AND THE PHONE WENT DIRECTLY TO A MESSAGE MACHINE WITH NO TALKING. aLSO BY READING THIS E-MAIL THE ENGLISH IS NO CONSISTANT WITH LEGAL LANGUAGE. wHAT SHOULD i CURRENTLY DO?JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when was the warrant issued?Customer: mISSOURI AND THERE IS NO DATE.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: nO CAN'T AFFORD ONE.
I've been accused of stealing from a former retail employer.
I've been accused of stealing from a former retail employer. A complaint has not yet been filed in the state of Massachusetts, but it is forthcoming. I've left the area and now reside in CA. I'm ill with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and will not be able to return to MA for the court appearance once an official complaint is filed. I have no fight left in me to try to clear my name. They say they have evidence of theft on security tapes and have turned them over to the police.I'm not physically able to return to MA, and quite honestly, emotionally neither. What will happen if I do not appear? What happens if someone doesn't respond?
My nephew stole items from my home, took them across state
My nephew stole items from my home, took them across state lines, and pawned. The local police found them at the pawn shop and have "frozen" them. My nephew has an appointment to speak with the detective next week, but I know he is going to skip out on it. The detective tells me that a warrant will then be issued for my nephew's arrest. However, he has already fled back to the state where he pawned the items. Will the police go across state lines to arrest him? If they aren't able to make an arrest, what will happen to my items that are now "frozen" at the pawn shop?
On Thursday 24 June 2016 local law enforcement attempted to
On Thursday 24 June 2016 local law enforcement attempted to serve a search warant to me at my rented home.I was NOT at my residence. They tore through the home, ripped a safe from the homes foundation, purposfully broke my daughters jeep window, amongest many other damages.They left a property list and an Electronic Signature page of a printed search warrant that was pulled from a graphics web site on-line.1. My name is ***** ***** the warrant2. My address is not on the warrant3. What to be searched is not4. Whatrooms are not5. What they are looking for is notI had a friend enter my home and document until I could come home.They removed my fire arms. I am retired Navy 25 years work for the DEPT. of the Navy as a gov. civilian. I have no record what so ever, zero.They were on a fishing expidition. On Wednesday they arrested me, first time ever, on a Ramy warrent. I pleaded the fifth, I was advised in a quicj call to an attorney if I did get arrested do this and I did, requested an attorney be present.I need to know if this search was even close to being legal. I am looking for representation now.Thank you. I can be reached at***@******.***
There are three registered owners on two AKC registered
There are three registered owners on two AKC registered dogs. The one owner (Ann) who has possession of both dogs (they have lived with her since they were puppies) now has short term memory loss, possibly dementia, and serious medical problems. Her family first advised they did not have power of attorney and now they claim they do have power of attorney for her. The other two registered owners, my friend Julie and I (Susan) would like to remove both dogs from Ann, but neither Ann or the family are agreeable. Ann has just had surgery and most likely will have to be moved to an assisted care nursing facility once she has been to rehab after her surgery.Do we have any legal right to request the return of both dogs? The family has stated they don't care if we take legal action and have advised they are not giving up the dogs. While the dogs appear to be taken care of (a neighbor has advised)... as breeders we would like the dogs back.
I owe a payday loan the account is delinquent. I've had some
I owe a payday loan the account is delinquent. I've had some financial hardship. Now there getting in touch with me though email, and are threaten legal action on me. Please advise, I am afraid, I cannot work if I am arrested and will loose my job, and still will be unable to pay this loan in full. Do you have any options for me? Please advise, I live in the state of TexasThank YouKaren WattsThe email statesComplaint Case File No – 24SK2206Plaintiff/Complainant – ACA – American Cash AdvanceAFFIDAVIT COPYThe legal affidavit states three allegationsCount 1- Violation of Federal Banking RegulationCount 2- Collateral Check FraudCount 3- Theft by DeceptionAffidavit implies the Plaintiff, ACA, utilise the EFT which stands for an Electronic Funds Transfer to solicit a payday loan into the Defendant's bank account. At the time of repayment, the EFT was returned by the Defendant's bank, Constituting of a worthless Electronic Check.The affidavit implies that the defendant has taken out this loan with no genuine intentions of returning the funds back to the Plaintiff; as a result, the Plaintiff has written the amount to be loss and declared it to be possessed by Theft under section 55 of the Criminal Code of Conduct 8, Section 8.1.2The affidavit implies the total pending amount including the principal amount of the loan, and interest rates possessed under the Defendant is a total amount of $1287.77 which has been reported by the Plaintiff to legally settle the whole account in full which if not legally refunded, will amount to a full penalty amount of $6500.00 USD to be paid at the remanded local Court provided by the Defendant's local Authorities. Any dispute to penalty prepares the Defendant for a 90-day full incarceration.The affidavit implies if the Defendant do not have any prior convictions which is not limited to worthless Checks, Grand Theft or Money Laundering, An Arrest Warrant will be issued followed by the necessary disciplinary actions covered under section 55 of the Criminal Code of Conduct 8, Section 8.1.2 if the Defendant fails to fulfill his/her legal obligations before the end of the rectification date.Thank YouOfficer Brian Rosner
My Ex wife is trying to have me Incarcerated child support.View more legal questions
My Ex wife is trying to have me Incarcerated for unpaid child support. I have no job and am a disabled veteran with a small disability check monthly that I live off of. I am no longer able to work because of my Military injuries, and I have filed for SS Disability with the help of an attorney. The other day her "Legal Aide" attorney sent me a letter in the mail. In the letter was a visa form for my daughter so that she can travel to Mexico to visit her grandparents. The letter made me feel like they were trying to coerce me into signing the letter if not they would seek jail time for the unpaid child support. I feel that my Civil rights are being infringed on according to the 7Th Amendment- In suits of common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury , shall be other wise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law."They have not even bothered to conduct an indigent hearing for me to determine my financial status or work status.Furthermore they request the presiding Judge to confine me for no less than 90 days, and 10 years probation after that. Under the 8Th Amendment- " Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted."Her lawyer is imposing an excessive fine, and bail that I could not pay being that I am indigent. It is very well known to me the "Memo" released by the (U.S. Department of Justice) dated March 14,2016 to all courts through out the Country. I qoute "Dear Colleague, The Department of Justice is committed to assisting state and local courts in their efforts to ensure equal justice and due process for all those who come before them. Recent years have seen increased attention on the illegal enforcement of fines and fees in certain jurisdictions around the country-often with respect to individuals accused of misdemeanors, quasi-criminal ordinance violations, or civil infractions. Typically, courts do not sentence defendants to incarceration in these cases; monetary fines are the norm. Yet the harm caused by unlawful practices in these jurisdictions can be profound. Individuals may confront escalating debt; face repeated, unnecessary incarceration for non payment despite posting no danger to the community, lose their job; and become trapped in cycles of poverty that can be nearly impossible to escape. Furthermore, in addition to being unlawful, to the extent that these practices are geared not toward addressing public safety, but rather toward raising revenue, they can cast doubt on the impartiality of the tribunal and erode trust between local governments and their constituents. To help judicial actors protect individuals' rights and avoid unnecessary harm, we discuss below a set of basic constitutional principles relevant to the enforcement of fines and fees. these principles, grounded in the rights to due process and equal protection, require the following:(1) Courts must not incarcerate a person for nonpayment of fines or fees without first conducting an indigency determination and establishing that the failure to pay was willful:(2) Courts must consider alternatives to incarceration for indigent defendants unable to pay fines and fees:(3) Courts must not condition access to a judicial hearing on the pre payment of fines or fees;(4) Courts must provide meaningful notice and, in appropriate cases, counsel, when enforcing fines and fees;(5) Courts must not use arrest warrants or license suspension as a means of coercing the payment of court debt when individuals have not been afforded constitutionally adequate procedural protections;(6) Courts must not employ bail or bond practices that cause indigent defendants to remain incarcerated solely because they cannot afford to pay for their release; and(8) Courts must safeguard against unconstitutional practices by court staff and private contractors."End quote.It goes on to say that " We at the U.S. Department of Justice observed that many of your, particularly judges municipal and local JP courts have been violating the US Constitution US Supreme Court precedent (which given your position, you should already know) by incarcerating and/or extorting the indigent for the fine money to fill your jurisdictions coffers, and doing so without proper legal, constitutional hearing, or providing legal counsel to the accused.AS OF NOW YOU ARE ON NOTICE THAT THAT WILL STOP IMMEDIATELY!!!!Should we find any of you violating ANY of the aforementioned items, we will seek your indictment for (Federal Civil Rights) and or other criminal violations, and if true billed, we will send a US Marshal or other representative of the US Department of Justice to your court, home or anywhere else that you may find to arrest and incarcerate you. You will then face a jury of your peers, most likely in the jurisdiction where you may have incarcerated various individuals"Please help me.
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