• Dui for sleeping in car?

    Best answer: He arrested you because the keys were in the ignition. Asleep or awake, you had control of the vehicle. That said though, being asleep on a mattress in the back of the vehicle is good evidence that you didn't intend to drive. Challenging it in court is certainly your right and definitely worth a shot. I... show more
    Best answer: He arrested you because the keys were in the ignition. Asleep or awake, you had control of the vehicle. That said though, being asleep on a mattress in the back of the vehicle is good evidence that you didn't intend to drive. Challenging it in court is certainly your right and definitely worth a shot. I still suggest getting an attorney to represent you though, the prosecutor and the police officer will be much more willing to discuss a lesser charge with a lawyer than you.
    24 answers · 1 day ago
  • If a police officer pulled you over would you allow him/her to search your vehicle?

    Hi. this is just a hypothetical question say you got pulled over. you show the officer your license and registration everything checks out. there is no indication you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs no smell of illegal substance in your vehicle but the officer wants to check anyone. would you... show more
    Hi. this is just a hypothetical question say you got pulled over. you show the officer your license and registration everything checks out. there is no indication you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs no smell of illegal substance in your vehicle but the officer wants to check anyone. would you refuse? Thanks!
    26 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can my manager (from olive garden) exempt me from work if i did not show up to a meeting?

    I work at olive garden as a server. My weekends are they days i make my money for me to pay my bills, so i depend on those days. I had an appointment this morning(saturday) with my school counselor, but also had a meeting for olive garden. I did not make the olive garden meeting due to meeting with my school... show more
    I work at olive garden as a server. My weekends are they days i make my money for me to pay my bills, so i depend on those days. I had an appointment this morning(saturday) with my school counselor, but also had a meeting for olive garden. I did not make the olive garden meeting due to meeting with my school counselor instead. After both meetings were done, i was also scheduled to work that day. I came on time, and my manager sent me home because i did not show up to the meeting. Is this allowed? Could i take this to corporate? Im upset because these are the days i make money and now i cant work because of a school counselor meeting i chose to attend instead. (School comes first for me) what should I do? Is this fair?
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • My ex-husband is harassing me through his Facebook account. Can I get a restraining order for this?

    Best answer: No, you can't get an order prohibiting him from posting to HIS Facebook account. Your attorney can use the posts against him in the settlement negotiations.
    Best answer: No, you can't get an order prohibiting him from posting to HIS Facebook account. Your attorney can use the posts against him in the settlement negotiations.
    17 answers · 1 day ago
  • Kicked out of state fair by security because someone thought my GF was giving me head, any recourse?

    Took my gf to the state fair when I was 19, and at some point we sat down on a bench, and she put her head on my chest/lap. We were just sitting watching people, and people were all around, it wasn't like we were in a dark corner. Not but 5 minutes after we sat down, this security guard comes over and just... show more
    Took my gf to the state fair when I was 19, and at some point we sat down on a bench, and she put her head on my chest/lap. We were just sitting watching people, and people were all around, it wasn't like we were in a dark corner. Not but 5 minutes after we sat down, this security guard comes over and just goes "Alright, let's go you two," "What?" I said He said, "We got complaints, I know what you're doing, let's go now." My GF objected, I tried to explain we were just sitting there but he insisted and got aggressive, and so we left not wanting to cause violence. We weren't doing anything sexual *at all*, and my guess is some paranoid lady thought she was giving me head, and this guy just took it upon himself to enforce it, with no evidence at all. If it happened to me today I would be much more diligent but I was 19 and apathetic. It was actually a long time ago so I'm sure it's too late, but for future reference, is there any recourse for this? The memory that actual injustice, still makes me growl a little bit when I think of it. Thanks!
    11 answers · 3 hours ago
  • Please can someone help me and my 11 yrs old granddaughter,need legal advice?

    In 1988 I was married with a woman who had a 2 yo son. We divorced after 11 months of marriage when she left for another man leaving her child with me. I legally adopted him and he became my son. In 1989 I married another woman (whom I'm still married with) and it all was good from then. We had another child... show more
    In 1988 I was married with a woman who had a 2 yo son. We divorced after 11 months of marriage when she left for another man leaving her child with me. I legally adopted him and he became my son. In 1989 I married another woman (whom I'm still married with) and it all was good from then. We had another child in 1990 and we made no difference between them.They were our children. In 2004 when my eldest son was 18 he decided to enlist in the Marine Corps and he decided to make contact with the woman he had hated so much during high school for leaving him as a child.She was happily married at the time with another man and treated my son badly or that's what he said when he got home that evening. I still see his face when he realized his natural mother didn't want him. My son was killed in action in Iraq in may 2005. His fiance was pregnant at the time. In Jan 2006. My granddaughter was born and even if she never got the chance of meeting her father, until June things were fine.Then her biological grandmother reappeared and apparently now she wants to take our granddaughter with her but I'm not letting her. Legally speaking: does she have the right to take her away? I'll seek legal help but I just want some opionions to make sure what she can/can't do.
    10 answers · 4 hours ago
  • How can I get my money if someone refuses to give me the 5 dollars they owe me?

    I know, it sounds silly but hear me out. I am a freelance animator. I was commissioned by a client 6 months ago for a project. They agreed to pay all of the fee upfront excluding 5 dollars because they were short on cash. They agreed that they would pay the remaining 5 dollars the day after the project was finished... show more
    I know, it sounds silly but hear me out. I am a freelance animator. I was commissioned by a client 6 months ago for a project. They agreed to pay all of the fee upfront excluding 5 dollars because they were short on cash. They agreed that they would pay the remaining 5 dollars the day after the project was finished (6 months ago as well). They were happy with the final product and said they would pay the remaining 5 immediately, yet they still haven't. It is a small amount but it is important to me that my business does not let anyone skip out without paying the full agreed price. Monthly I would remind them and they would send me screenshots of their empty paypal account and make excuses. 2 months ago they stopped responding all together. It wasn't until yesterday that they finally got back to me. This time, rather than making excuses and sob stories, they proceeded to mock me by jokingly saying things like "lemme see da product" as if they were pretending it was a drug deal. I could care less about 5 bucks, I wanna get this punk for the principle of the situation. I don't want him or anyone to think they can get away with stealing money online. Can I legally dox him to send him a lawyer's note to scare the **** out of his pea brain? What would be the best legal way to ensure he pays for holding money from me for 6 months?
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • It’s cloudy, so I’m unable to see the eclipse. Can I sue?

    Best answer: Oh, Fred, you really do have to get some help for your obvious mental health problems. The even better news is that while you're been evaluated you won't have internet access! Of course, just like all of your other questions, you can sue. File yourself in Small Claims Court because no Attorney is going... show more
    Best answer: Oh, Fred, you really do have to get some help for your obvious mental health problems. The even better news is that while you're been evaluated you won't have internet access!

    Of course, just like all of your other questions, you can sue. File yourself in Small Claims Court because no Attorney is going to touch this case.
    9 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Buying condoms.?

    Best answer: I work at cvs. Nobody will know your buying condoms unless you make it known. It only does that noise when you're buying alcohol or a strong cold medicine and some nasal spray's. So go ahead and get your condoms your on the safe side!
    Best answer: I work at cvs. Nobody will know your buying condoms unless you make it known. It only does that noise when you're buying alcohol or a strong cold medicine and some nasal spray's. So go ahead and get your condoms your on the safe side!
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • If some makes a statement insinuating that you may be on an sex offender list if you definitely aren t.... can you sue them for being libel?

    Best answer: Libel is written, published. Spoken claims are slander. You can try to sue, but the claims really need to be more than "insinuations" that don't directly implicate you by name. If this sort of thing happens frequently, however, if the person is repeating the insinuations, you should talk to a... show more
    Best answer: Libel is written, published. Spoken claims are slander.

    You can try to sue, but the claims really need to be more than "insinuations" that don't directly implicate you by name. If this sort of thing happens frequently, however, if the person is repeating the insinuations, you should talk to a lawyer. Sometimes a "cease and desist" letter from a lawyer will do the trick.
    9 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Attempted suicide?

    My brother attempted suicide over a girl this March in 2017, he can't remember why he did it but we have texts from his phone proving his ex girl was harassing him over his potential unborn child yet that she was carrying. The cops won't do anything about those harassing texts leading up to his attempt. My... show more
    My brother attempted suicide over a girl this March in 2017, he can't remember why he did it but we have texts from his phone proving his ex girl was harassing him over his potential unborn child yet that she was carrying. The cops won't do anything about those harassing texts leading up to his attempt. My family wants to take her for court but what could we go after her for?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why is it illegal to shoot someone breaking into your home in some states?

    Best answer: Everyone should be able to defend themselves with deadly force when it comes to trespassers on their property. This will in turn make possible thieves think twice before breaking in, thus maybe helping them to understand why stealing is bad. Absolutely ludicrous that some people have been wrongly prosecuted simply... show more
    Best answer: Everyone should be able to defend themselves with deadly force when it comes to trespassers on their property. This will in turn make possible thieves think twice before breaking in, thus maybe helping them to understand why stealing is bad.

    Absolutely ludicrous that some people have been wrongly prosecuted simply for protecting themselves, their families and possessions from intruders.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Assault charge in Ohio?

    I parked my work van and when I got out of my van to make my delivery this woman in a car screamed out at me "LEARN TO F*CKN DRIVE!!!" It was a bad day to begin with and so I yelled some choice words back and after I said what I said she hopped a curb before she got out of her car and she started walking... show more
    I parked my work van and when I got out of my van to make my delivery this woman in a car screamed out at me "LEARN TO F*CKN DRIVE!!!" It was a bad day to begin with and so I yelled some choice words back and after I said what I said she hopped a curb before she got out of her car and she started walking towards me in a hostile nature so I threatened her (out of self defense) and she got back in her car and drove off. Well, about 3 hrs later I get a call from my boss telling me that I was terminated and to park the van and someone would be coming to get the van because that woman went to the police and filed a complaint and that she was trying to press assault charges. The whole thing was verbal. She yelled at me, I yelled back, then she got out of her car and started to walk towards me very angrily so out of self defense I threatened her and she backed off and drove away after some more choice words. It was your everyday case of verbal road rage. At no time did the whole situation become physical. I wish I would have had the incident on tape. Well, now I lost my job and I also have no criminal record. If charged, this would be a first offense. Shouldn't the police have contacted me, made a visit to my house or at least some form of contact been made by now? My boss gave the police all my info, my address, my phone number and social was given to the police from my boss because my boss said the police requested that information from him. This was 3 weeks ago.
    10 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Can I use a fake name or my middle name on a resume?

    My parents gave me a made up name that sounds kind of stupid and tacky and I hate it, and in school we learned that employees are much more likely to employ someone with a sensible name. I'm about to start applying for jobs so can I put my middle name (Marie, which is a nice normal name) as my first name? Or do... show more
    My parents gave me a made up name that sounds kind of stupid and tacky and I hate it, and in school we learned that employees are much more likely to employ someone with a sensible name. I'm about to start applying for jobs so can I put my middle name (Marie, which is a nice normal name) as my first name? Or do I legally have to use my real name? I'm not old enough to change it legally yet
    13 answers · 2 days ago