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Legal Search and Seizure?

A:  quote:Originally posted by napanix:My boyfriend is on probation for what is considered a ''joke'' in this town and was recently visited at home by his probation officer and a deputy. They knocked, barged in and immediately began searching his house. These were the applicable Order of Conditions of Probation/Suspension from the Judge: (in my shortened version) 1. Defendant to pay court costs. 2. Shall remain in state. 3. Cooperation with law in disclosure of evidence to crime convicted for. 4. drug Rehab if needed. 5. Periodic blood alcohol/drug test. 6. Defendant shall permit the P.O. to perform unannounced visitation at his place of employment, home, or elsewhere....

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Legal Search and Seizure?

A:  quote:Originally posted by napanix:My boyfriend is on probation for what is considered a ''joke'' in this town and was recently visited at home by his probation officer and a deputy. They knocked, barged in and immediately began searching his house. These were the applicable Order of Conditions of Probation/Suspension from the Judge: (in my shortened version) 1. Defendant to pay court costs. 2. Shall remain in state. 3. Cooperation with law in disclosure of evidence to crime convicted for. 4. drug Rehab if needed. 5. Periodic blood alcohol/drug test. 6. Defendant shall permit the P.O. to perform unannounced visitation at his place of employment, home, or elsewhere....

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Will she serve jail time?

A:  quote:Originally posted by straightasaarrow:My husbands ex-wife was arrested for unlayfully possessed with the intent to use with illicit drugs, drug paraphernalia. When she first was pulled over for this she was only summons to court. She ended up not showing up for court and I guess failed to a programe I guess was for drug testing, don''t really know just what she said. Then she had a warrant and then was picked up and arrested. Will she go to jail for this offence? She told us the judge said she could get 3 to 5 years. This is in the state of AZ. Any information please. This is her first offence. Thank you yes, she will go to jail for a...

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Will she serve jail time?

A:  quote:Originally posted by straightasaarrow:My husbands ex-wife was arrested for unlayfully possessed with the intent to use with illicit drugs, drug paraphernalia. When she first was pulled over for this she was only summons to court. She ended up not showing up for court and I guess failed to a programe I guess was for drug testing, don''t really know just what she said. Then she had a warrant and then was picked up and arrested. Will she go to jail for this offence? She told us the judge said she could get 3 to 5 years. This is in the state of AZ. Any information please. This is her first offence. Thank you yes, she will go to jail for a...

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Does my daughter have to file for custody? Virginia

A:  My daughter has a 2 month child and is not married to the father. He quit seeing my daughter when she was pregnant and didn''t tell any of his friends of his family that he was having a child. His name is not on the birth certificate because he wasn''t at the hospital. He did agree, however, to pay child support and sign something that said my daughter had sole legal and physical custody, that we had legal custody if something should happen to my daughter, and that visitation would be worked out between them. My daughter saw a family lawyer to draw up official papers and they told her this was something she could do on her own and gave her some suggestions for what the document needed to say and told her to file it at the

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Out of state visitation / lack of drug test results

A:  jessicalolly: I agree with view that you don't put him on plane until you have drug tests in hand as per the order. And I agree it may make sense to lay in a solid trail of emails , legally recorded conversatios, etc--but I'm not sure why it should be necessary---if the condition precedecen to visitation is a timely drung tust--it shoule be an cut and dried point ? "He claims that the results were not ready in time, and he won't be able to get them to me till eight his time Monday morning." He knew when plane reservations were, he KNOWS how long it takes to get results in order to have them to you in a timely fashion, AND that court order stipulates: no results, NO visitation.  ...

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Im not the father, should I be worried? Louisiana

A:  Hello to everyone. I m new to this site so bear with me...I need advice. Me and my wife are divorcing and are the proud parents of one lovely son together, but she had another child from a relationship she had during our seperation and my name had to be listed on the birth certificate (its one of the laws in our state). Since, she has filed child support against the bio father and recieved dna results back from the courts showing him as the father, so shes been reassuring me that I wont get a support order against me for this child, but somehow that doesnt make sense to me. I mean Im ON the birth certificate. I have an appt with my attny next week to try and have a disestablishment of...

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Is he the legal father? Illinois

A:  my best guess- no, he is not the legal father This is not really that important -- just another thing I was wondering about. My son''s biological father petitioned to determine paternity in January 2006. A court ordered paternity test proving him to be the father was given to the judge in September 2006, but bio-dad had stopped returning his lawyer''s phone calls. His lawyer dropped the case in October, and his petition to determine parentage was dismissed in November 2006. The BC was never changed, and no visitation or CS was ever ordered. Bio-dad has not been heard from in 1 year. My question: is he the legal

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Is it Possibly the stupidest mistake on my part?

A:  Whether you are "being stupid" or not depends on where you are in the unemployment process. It is stupid to keep beating a dead horse, in other words, if you have lost three appeals on this termination already, and you want to take it to civil court and make those turkeys pay(! )that''s stupid. But if you have recently filed for benefits, and you are within your first or second level of appeal, it is your right to present all the evidence you can muster and pursue the truth of why you were terminated vigorously. Unemployment is set up so that there is equality between the two parties, the claimant and the employer, and either side may prevail. Neither side gets to say how it goes automatically. Filing your appeals is not a vendetta. You can, if you wish,...

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Criminal (drug) Informant?

A:  "Last month our lawyer presented pictures we obtained of my husband's ex's boyfriend smoking pot in their house that he posted on MySpace." A photo doesn't PROVE that someone is smoking pot. Unless your state has VERY weird family law, the divorce court cannot order the boyfriend to take a drug test. "What I would like to know is, how does someone become a CI?" Often, because you got popped on a charge and you are rolling on other people to save your own skin. "I have called several PD's in my area and they dont use them so had no imformation to give me. How does this process work?" The police aren't in the habit of...