Sure...California....not sure Federal or State....I have
Sure...California....not sure Federal or State....I have evidence of an Employer falsifying a document, that was filed under penalty of perjury in California State Court...that was "related" to federal bankruptcy proceeding, filed during the same time....Employer assisted Debtor in filing false claims in both federal and state court....JA: What state is this in? And can you tell me a little more about the charge?Customer: California - Employer Falsified Documents (for Employee) then filed under penalty of perjury in State Court that directly impacted a the Employee/Debtor's further false filings in federal bankruptcy Chapter 7...JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Just the DOJJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I'm looking for a contingency representation....
This question might be outside your area of expertise and or
This question might be outside your area of expertise and or with in the intent of the "justanswer" guidelines because this is for my own personnel research. here in lies my question; recently Secretary Clinton was found to be reckless but not guilty of a crime in the whole Email escapade. The reason given was the could not find any "malicious intent" by the FBI.do you have any idea what statute or law covers this and if so is "malicious intent" spelled out or just understood in this type of a violation. the other reason given was there was no previous president that demonstrated criminal prosecution in similar situations. here is a link to director Comeys statement........https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/statement-by-fbi-director-james-b-comey-on-the-investigation-of-secretary-hillary-clinton2019s-use-of-a-personal-e-mail-system
If someone (an estranged spouse) finds their husband
If someone (an estranged spouse) finds their husband unconscious/unresponsive from obvious known diabetic complications and instead of attempting to render aid (calling an ambulance, police, etc) leaves the person knowing that in so doing, the person will die, and does indeed pass away, what charges does that person face if proven she did not provide any aid at the time of discovery?
I had withheld adjudication charges and took a
I had withheld adjudication for drug charges and took a guilty plea for attempted burglary in Florida. My ex called in the complaint, got a restraining order, tried to get the charges dropped, and dropped the restraining order. I later found out that she was pregnant, very upset that we were not dating, and trying to hurt me.Am I allowed to have a gun in Oregon with one felony conviction and a dropped restraining order?
Regarding my last couple of questions with
For Zoey only. Regarding my last couple of questions with you. They said in the paper that they should have toxicology back within 3-4 weeks. If the paper doesn't post it how can we as citizens find out the results?
My son is incarcerated on homicide by child abuse charge.The
My son is incarcerated on homicide by child abuse charge.The child's death was not reported immediately to authorities, so when the body was found it was in a decomposed state. At trial the cause of death was never conclusively proven. The state presented an expert who testified that her opinion on the cause of death is that the child died from repeated head injuries. She testified that she based this opinion off of my son's codefendant statements. (other words she stated that by my son's codefendant implicating him of striking the child, this is how the child died.) But on the autopsy there's no physical evidence of prior abuse. On cross examination the state's expert was forced to admit that if the codefendant's statements were inaccurate what would that do to her opinion. She stated that if the statements were inaccurate then her opinion would be totally wrong!! My question is can a medical expert base their opinion on cause of death based off someone's statement? Is this acceptable in the courts?
I was charged and plead guilty to felony charges in the late
I was charged and plead guilty to felony charges in the late 80s who can if at all restore my rights to bear arms? I now live in nj and have lived here for more than 15 years and have been in no trouble since early 90s which was also in tenn. And those charges were from the same time as the 80s charges