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Loss of evidence, law enforcement demanding it turned over?

A:  The police use tactics like this to scare people into turning over evidence they think others have. Don''t fall for it. Whatever you do, DO NOT let them search your house without a warrant. You should never let the police invade your privacy without legal justification. So many things are illegal nowadays that you never know what they''ll ''find''. As far as the firearm, you should research the laws regarding firearms in your state. In my state, a person who is eligible to own a firearm but is married to someone who isn''t does not lose their rights to own a gun. So in this situation, I wouldn''t be worried about the cops finding it. If the police get a search warrant and find it, you can always counter their...

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Sexual harassment at work

A:  By "nothing has been done", do you mean the actions have continued since you reported this to the owner? I'd say that's punishment, wouldn't you? Too many people assume that "nothing is being done" because they don't SEE what is being done. But nothing in the law requires that you be kept informed of what is happening, that the "punishment" be made public, or even that you are told of the eventual result. The company's SOLE legal obligation is to make the illegal behavior stop. They do not have to broadcast how they are going about managing that. Just because you don't see it, doesn't mean it isn't there....

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how long do you have to pay child support for a disabled child that is working?

A:  File a motion to show cause why child support should be continued. Let the judge make the decision. Sorry, I don''t know the laws regarding that in your state. But she''s demonstrated she''s capable of workings, sounds like you have a good change to me. KAT i have a child whom is diabled and can not even feed himself with out help or go to the restroom at all and he is 10. i only get child support untill he is 18. but this is also iowa the laws are different. is the child getting ssi didability? if so your child support payments are income to them as far as fedral ssi dis. laws go. they can also only work so many hours before they lose ther ssi dis. it is income based program. i think you...

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neighbors house built on my property

A:  Get a good real estate attorney. That long of a time with a house being built on it for 30 years, you might find out you have no real rights. You could possibly get out of your deal with the seller because he didn't disclose that you didn't really have that much land. I am a realtor in WA and depending on where you are, I can give you the name of a good RE attorney in the Seattle area. Laymans take: This adverse possession stuff is a whole lot trickier and state specific than meets the eye--your first step is a darn good local attorney with a winning track record in adverse possession cases. Generally the rights of the "true" owner (assuming your survey is correct, which can be another battle) are held superior to...

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Aren''t there laws against employee favoritism?

A:  Unless it is because your husband is of a certain race, religion or one of the other protected classes it isn''t a legal issue. Don''t get mad at me. I didn''t make the law. there is no law regarding favoritism in the US, being a kiss *** is legal in all 50 states, if his union is not doing anything then in their eyes there is nothing wrong, also by the way as he represented by a union or CBA he should stay within the limits of the union going over the union is the kiss of death...

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If I have Sole Custody of my two toddlers and My Ex- Wife is still living a life of Drug abuse can Do I have to answer every phone call from her?

A:  If your court order does not specify when the phone calls are to occur or under what circumstances I would think it is a good time to ask for a modification of the order, or, ask the court to sever her parental rights (she would no longer be considered the children's legal mother). I think you should also request the court to appoint the children an attorney ad litem (an attorney that does not represent your interests or your ex-wife's, only the children's best interest). If the situation is as you depict, the ad litem would petition the court on the children's behalf. In such cases, the ad litem is paid by the court....

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what could happen?

A:  He is in a bad situation...I would say that while he did not do anything illegal they could still probably get him for being an accomplice and/or aiding and abbetting (sp? not even sure if I am close but you can guess what i mean) If someone accuses him it will look like he was the getaway car...which he kinda was. He really should go to the police and tell them what happened because if someone else comes forward first it will look like he was hiding it because he was part of it. Although that could put him in a dangerous position with these "friends" If nothing else he needs to find new friends...and NOW! These other kids aren''t going to stop and he will end up in similar situations in the future. If someone saw what car they got into and had called the cops and they were...

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Can we expect adequate disclosure from a seller in preforeclosure?

A:  While sellers are mandated to disclose any known defects to potential buyers, how would you prove that the seller knew of the defect ? If you DO manage to prove it, what is your recourse? A judgment in a court of law against someone who can''t even afford to own the house. in order to hold a seller responsible, they would have to know of a material defect and intentionally try to hide that defect In the last 40 years a multitude of Federal and state laws have been enacted to protect the buyer. Some 28 states have laws requiring home sellers to inform buyers about any defect which affects or potentially affects the value of the home negatively. Florida case

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Can my boyfriend''s ex wife be arrested for harassment or aggravated harassment threatening?

A:  The applicable New York statutes are as follows: § 240.25 Penal. harassment in the first degree. A person is guilty of harassment in the first degree when he or sheintentionally and repeatedly harasses another person by following suchperson in or about a public place or places or by engaging in a course ofconduct or by repeatedly committing acts which places such person inreasonable fear of physical injury. This section shall not apply toactivities regulated by the national labor relations act, as amended, therailway labor act, as amended, or the federal employment labor managementact, as amended. harassment in the first degree is a class B misdemeanor.§ 240.26 Penal. harassment in...

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I130 petition approved now what?,lost:(

A:  How old are you now? Are you still under 21? What is your current immigration status in the US? Are you lawfully here? You can only apply for adjustment of status if you are lawfully in the US and still in the same category as you were in at the time the petition was filed on your behalf. Please let me know if you have any additional questions or if I may be of further assistance to you in this matter. hi lana well i lived in Az since kindergarden and im now 21 years old,my priority date is April 30,2001.and i can prove i been living here in the U.S since i was 4-6years old.i was told to carry a copy of the approved petition which was the I-797,and not leave the country ,also USCIS knows im in the country..my country of origin is mexico by...