I got a ticket in public, but i was in the woods, where
i got a ticket for peeing in public, but i was in the woods, where noone coudl see meJA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: i was at a golf course on a parkJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: yea, he says its hard to avoid the misdamenaorJA: What advice did they give you?Customer: im worried thayt if i fight it they gonna try and charge me with other stuffJA: What state is this in? And can you tell me a little more about the charge?Customer: hes a cheap lawyer, so his advice was i "i cant make any promises"JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: no, i was sober, polite, and no record
I am looking regarding public urination in Nevada , i
Customer: hi I am looking for answer regarding public urination in Nevada JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: i think I was caught urinating outside a casino in Nevada on the stateliness. They charged me with drunk and disorderly conduct and public nudity. I am worried I could be put on the sex offender register. I was extremely drunk and do not remember anything JA: OK got it. Last thing — Criminal Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
Sorry for the long message. I have a few questions that Id
Sorry for the long message. I have a few questions that I'd loved answered if possible :) -Hi, I'm 29 male and I was ticketed for urinating in public under penal code 374(a) as an infraction (that was written on the ticket) in Redondo Beach, CA. I was with my girlfriend at the time who was doing the same thing but she was not ticketed and was not initially seen by the cops. We were in a residential area at 1:15am and no one was around except us and a squad car pulled up with two officers.The reason why I'm concerned is the cops didn't really like me that much and I was a little difficult to work with BUT I never called them names and I would comply with actions they wanted me to take (like sit down, uncross your legs, etc..) but I think they were irritated on my little questioning and one of them called me an asshole. I think I was just asking questions because I was nervous.That being said, my girlfriend was crying her eyes out and we were sitting next to each other on the curb. We were NOT handcuffed and we were NOT administered any drunk/alcohol tests of any kind (no sobriety test, no breathalyser, no blood test) - they didn't even ask us if were were drinking. While they were writing her information down they asked her what was wrong and she didn't respond. I tried to answer for her but they told me to shut up.Anyways, after all that was being said I was issued the ticket and it said this: "374(a) PC - Urinating in Public" - Infraction was circled. I even asked the cop if it was a misdemeanor and the issuing officer said no - also verified by the circled "I".My friend who is an attorney in Santa Barbara, CA told me that cops can push for any charge they like.. he said what would concern him is that if they really didn't like you they can write in the report of 'spousal abuse' and there is a potential to have me charged with that because she was crying, etc.. but he said that it is unlikely.. and they can't get me for drunk in public because there is no evidence based on no test was given, nor did they ask. My questions:1) I understand that the DA can always add charges to any case.. but in my particular case do you think anything added would even be considered before my ticket date? Since I was a little testy with the cops but complied and never resisted anything - can they add something like disorderly conduct, or lewd act or public nudity after the ticket has been issued to me? I know the cops can write what they want in the report and the DA has the ability to add charges but all that happened that night was they wrote me a ticket, never really asked us any questions about our night and went away. 2) My ticket says "On or before this date: 10/15/13 @ 8:30am." Does that mean I have the ability to pay the fine at the criminal clerk window on or before the date/time.. or does that mean I have to go to court on that day?3) Do you think I will get away with just an infraction? I have never been in trouble with the law and I heard stories of charges being added on - but I assume it's more for DUI, assault or more severe crimes. 4) I could be wrong but apparently urinating in public is not a punishable crime in California. I'm assuming it would be under municipal code or ordinance once it gets to the DA? If so, can they change it to a misdemeanor?Thanks and very sorry for the long essay :)
I was arrested for public nudity and breach of peace
I was arrested for public nudity and breach of peaceAs I was in a public restroom changing After running and was seen naked by2 women. The door of the restroom wasLocked with an open view. I was drying Off and had a slight erection. I didn'tThink anyone was around and did notExposé myself intentionally. I'm charged With a class B misdemeanor and have a Court date next week. No otherMisdemeanors or any charges ever. What should I do? What is your advice?I live in CT. Thank you in advance.
If you have a six foot wooden fence around your yard, and you
If you have a six foot wooden fence around your yard, and you are not clothed, and someone goes out of their way to look over the fence and see you without clothes in your pool or sunning yourself around the pool, is there any wrong doing on your part?
I am renting a house on 144 acers. The landlord lives on the
I am renting a house on 144 acers. The landlord lives on the property to but I cant see there house, or any other house from mine. When there going down the driveway is the only way they can see my house. I know this is a odd question but I like to be nude outside and they will see me sooner or later. Im I braking a law by doing this on there land? There a nice retired couple, and I think it would be ok with them if I asked.
Can I sue a person for what they said under oath at a
Can I sue a person for what they said under oath at a deposition? A young woman lied about me at her deposition and could cost me the outcome of a case involving my motor vehicle insurance company where I received life changing injuries.At this time my attorney and me are awaiting the result of an arbitration.Her lie maligned my character and I want to take her to court. Other witnesses told things that were merely erroneous, such as getting the precise location or time of the event wrong. That seems normal, all the depositions were approximately three years three after the event.The young woman said I made several phone calls to her during the two weeks after the event and that we spoke for ten minutes two of those times. I never spoke to her, or had any communication whatever with her. I did call her number four times, and left messages with her family to please ask this young woman to call the police. Earlier, she came to my house and gave an account of witnessing a motor vehicle strike my bicycle. I asked her to call the police, and tell them what she told me happen. Three years later comes her deposition, and her claim that that I phoned her, and to tell the insurance company that I was hit by a car; over the phone she answered that she did not see me hit by a car!She made me a fraud. I reside in a personal care home, and she changed her account of what she told me, and then went on to say that I asked her to lie!I want to take her to court for slander. Phone records should prove that I didn't call her. I was home bound at the time and couldn't have called from a grocery or gas station; my old neighbors would remember that I did not ask to use their phones.
My son received a second DUI (first one was over 8 years
My son received a second DUI (first one was over 8 years ago) and needs a letter to the judge explaining why he needs a hardship driver's license which would allow him to drive back & forth to work. Please help.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: FloridaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: A lawyer has been in touch with a prosecutor. He has gotten a 30 day jail term waived. He has requested Bruce write letter before court date. I, personally have not spoken with attorney.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: My son has a full time job (has had one for years); he pays child support for his son who he regularly sees; he helps me at least once a month (I am disabled and live 2 hours away from him)
I got a divorce about two years ago. The new girlfriend
Hi, I got a divorce about two years ago. The new girlfriend before we were even divorced said that I was calling my ex has been too much and she had a police officer call me. It was absolutely ridiculous we had to talk back-and-forth in order to get everything settled. They wrote it off and said whatever because obviously there was no harm or anything like that. After that on New Year's eve I called and wished him a happy new year and I said I hope you have the best year ever. That was it one time since our divorce which had been four months prior. I then got another call stating that I was harassing him and she lied and said I had left text messages voicemails and phone calls all throughout the day and night which was not true and again nothing came of it because it wasn't true. A year later which was about two weeks ago I heard he was sick so I called him and that was it. I did not text him I did not leave a voicemail and I called him one other time again I heard he was sick. So I get a letter in the mail today from an attorney stating that if I don't stop the phone calls all Day and all night and the text messages and voicemails that they are going to file a restraining order on me and that I will have to pay for the attorney fees. I have never text him I have not even spoken or called him in almost a year as well as I have not left a voicemail they were only a couple of phone calls. And they were innocent. I have never been to their home I have never called her I have never been angry toward him except in the beginning of course everything has been cordial and nothing crazy no threats no screaming and like I said I haven't even spoken to him in one year. The letter is a lie and I would be more than happy to hand my phone records over because it's a complete lie. But, I'm tired of them or her stating that I make calls day and night and text Messages and voicemails when it's not true. I am tired of these threats. I know they can't get a restraining order against me because I haven't done anything wrong and I never try to see him or anything I really don't want anything to do with them again I just called I heard he was sick that was it. Can you please tell me if there is anything I can do or say in return to this letter as well as state that I am tired of being accused of things that aren't true. Also, can they really get a restraining order against me when I haven't done anything wrong?