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  1. Thread: Double Jeopardy

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    Double Jeopardy

    The U.S.S.C. declines to abolish the "Dual Sovereigns" doctrine.

    Good or bad?

    https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/18pdf/17-646_d18e.pdf
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    Post-Conviction Relief: Re: Guilty by Plea Overtuned

    The prefatory sentence is always first, unless you are Professor backwards, remember him?

    I'm not a Republican, I'm a Pedestrian. :cool:
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    Post-Conviction Relief: Re: Guilty by Plea Overtuned

    I'm conservative. :D Your attorney can Move to withdraw your guilty plea and it must be done in a timely
    fashion. Second, as Ron said, if you already signed the plea deal, don't hold out too much...
  4. Police Conduct: Re: Knowingly Filing of a False Report by a Police Officer

    They can write anything they wish, whether it is a deliberate falsehood or his accounting of the facts as he perceives them, is legally different, yes. Facts and witness testimony, etc., can be...
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    Re: Can the President Pardon Himself

    The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the President's Pardon powers can not be questioned, absolute discretion.
  6. Appeals: Re: Can One Appeal to Get Irrelevant Objectional Citation Removed from Case

    A citation is not a "harmless error" as defined by law, you seem to equate an irrelevant citation, so proposed, to what is known on an appeal basis as an "Assignment of Error". They each have a...
  7. Class Actions: Re: Can I File a Lawsuit for Relief Based on Perjury Committed by Defendant in Other

    I am aware from memory of the case Cort v. Ash (1975) which discusses if a private remedy is available for violation of a Federal criminal statute, generally, the answer is No!
  8. Homicide: Re: Can Homicide Charges Be Filed Over a Fatal Accident

    Very very sorry for the death of your child, prayers to all who are hurting.

    As far as the legal aspect, to quote: "In American jurisprudence at least, a private citizen lacks a judicially...
  9. Unlicensed Driving: Re: Can a Cop Pull You Over Just Because the Car is Registered to a Unlicensed Driver

    That makes me anxious for the Glover case to be decided.
  10. Unlicensed Driving: Re: Can a Cop Pull You Over Just Because the Car is Registered to a Unlicensed Driver

    But the premise of the stop was based on the registered owner being NOT licensed, period, not simply the owner is clearly not driving.
  11. Unlicensed Driving: Re: Can a Cop Pull You Over Just Because the Car is Registered to a Unlicensed Driver

    Is the black male licensed in your story cbg?
  12. Unlicensed Driving: Re: Can a Cop Pull You Over Just Because the Car is Registered to a Unlicensed Driver

    This is more specific. The appeals court ruled the trial court erred, and ruled the stop invalid. Note, analyzing the 4th, it states no specifics about an "unlicensed driver + identification of...
  13. Unlicensed Driving: Re: Can a Cop Pull You Over Just Because the Car is Registered to a Unlicensed Driver

    To be certain, I would need to research more, but my guess is it is legal. Ohio's Article 1 sec.14 is "Co-Extensive" with the 4th AM. If the 4th permits it, 1.14 permits it, with a few exceptions, as...
  14. Termination: Re: What Law Allows a Permanent Criminal No-Contact Order

    It appears that the only Remedy is to challenge it in Court, nothing else can be done.
  15. Termination: Re: What Law Allows a Permanent Criminal No-Contact Order

    https://www.iowacourts.gov/static/media/documents/151593_32887F1EC11DC.pdf
  16. Termination: Re: Constitutional Basis for Issuing a Criminal No-Contact Order

    What Constitutional provision do you believe such an Order violates. If you answer Due Process, you are not correct.
  17. Police Conduct: Re: Can Officer Get a Ticket in Court

    Right, got ahead of myself about no trial yet, thanks.
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    Defective Drugs and Medications: Re: Lawyers Unable to Help Me.

    If there is a Class action fund that exists, was it Court Ordered?
  19. Denial & Appeals: Re: In California What is the Legal Definition of a 'Weapon' As It Relates to Employm

    4rock, the following case law is for Criminal Prosecution purposes ONLY, period. Page 3 at DISCUSSION, CA Jury Instructions:
    ...
  20. Background Checks: Re: Contacting Employer

    He is so obsessed with this job, I don't think he will give up, a shame.
  21. Police Conduct: Re: Can Officer Get a Ticket in Court

    Calvine, any action to be taken, if any, would not come at that court date, but later
  22. Background Checks: Re: Contacting Employer

    Totally agree with cbg, you are putting too much legal emphasis on a 2014 article, you have no current legal case
    law on it, and are you also aware of any statute of limitations on filing a ...
  23. Background Checks: Re: Contacting Employer

    After the last word of the last paragraph in post 13 "activity" there is a 1. This means "foot note", so you copied and pasted it from a source, cite it.
  24. Background Checks: Re: Contacting Employer

    Cite the reference source of FN 1.
  25. Background Checks: Re: Contacting Employer

    "Protected Union activities", is your answer. You were not in a Union, you have no NRLB claim.
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