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  1. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Who Should Report Protective Order Violations

    Wow ... so you are well into the process. You have an attorney, I presume? (Hopefully)

    I'm not sure there's much more you can do at this late time except follow any legal advice you have...
  2. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Who Should Report Protective Order Violations

    Did they attempt an arrest? I assume this was a domestic violence restraining order and as such is the only statute in CA that mandates an arrest if there exists probable cause ... provided the...
  3. Speeding Tickets: Re: First 223568 Vc1 Ticket with $238 Without Correction- Best Resolution for Wife

    Be sure that she gets any disposition documents in writing. Something that says that fines have been paid and any other requirements have been completed. I have heard stories of payments and...
  4. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Who Should Report Protective Order Violations

    The protected person should have contacted the police and reported the violation when it occurred.

    I find it difficult to believe that a county Probation Department terminated an employee in...
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    Probation and Parole: Re: Moving to Another State on Probation

    CA summary (aka "court") probation rarely has a condition that mandates you stay within the state. Your best bet might be to contact the Probation Department to make sure.

    As for getting your...
  6. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Who Should Report Protective Order Violations

    No, the protected party's employer - even if it IS a Probation Department - is NOT required to report the violation to local law enforcement. The protected person can report any violation, however. ...
  7. Speeding Tickets: Re: First 223568 Vc1 Ticket with $238 Without Correction- Best Resolution for Wife

    Yes, it is still an option, though not all counties have this as an option. The resources necessary to utilize this program can be pricey so a number of counties have dropped it, or they reserve it...
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    Domestic Violence: Re: Order of Protection Tennessee

    If there is a protective order in place prohibiting contact, do NOT answer her texts, do NOT answer her phone calls, do NOT answer her facetime request! If you are able to, block her numbers and...
  9. Behavior Regulation: Re: On the Legality of Employer Mandated Microchipping

    Since there does not appear to be any employer mandating the implanting of chips, this would seem to be much ado about nothing.

    As for such a thing being "the mark of the beast", that might...
  10. Speeding Tickets: Re: First 223568 Vc1 Ticket with $238 Without Correction- Best Resolution for Wife

    The severity of the offense will not likely be an issue if it doesn't go to trial. And, yes, if you want to stand the best chance of slashing a couple of dollars, the time to do it tends to be by...
  11. Speeding Tickets: Re: First 223568 Vc1 Ticket with $238 Without Correction- Best Resolution for Wife

    Sort of. Many of the fees and assessments are state-mandated, and local fees are often prohibited by court rules and local practice.

    However, keep in mind that just about EVERYONE asks for a...
  12. Speeding Tickets: Re: First 223568 Vc1 Ticket with $238 Without Correction- Best Resolution for Wife

    She can ASK, but usually there is little room for reduction since the fines and assessments are largely statutory. The base fines are relatively small. It is the state-assessed fines and fees that...
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    Police Conduct: Re: Out of State Raid

    Chances are that if the police from Indiana conducted a raid in Illinois, they had a search warrant. Hopefully they also had that search warrant approved in IL.

    Speak to your attorney. Your...
  14. Probation and Parole: Re: I Canít Live with the People I Live with Anymore

    There is no specific restriction against people with schizophrenia that I am aware of. It is possible, however, that a re-examination could be ordered and might include a medical clearance which can...
  15. Probation and Parole: Re: I Canít Live with the People I Live with Anymore

    Did you call the police at the time of the attack? Or, did you report it much later? Did you ask that he be arrested (which could not be done on a later report, anyway)? Keep in mind that even if...
  16. Speeding Tickets: Re: First 223568 Vc1 Ticket with $238 Without Correction- Best Resolution for Wife

    The court will take into consideration the speed on the citation, not the range of speeds the officer said he observed.

    I'm assuming this is the offense for which you were cited: 22356(b) No...
  17. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Held Liable for Improper Lane Closure

    First, CalTrans is not the arbiter of the law and they do not oversee cities and their contractors. What they're saying about an unknown situation cannot be taken as gospel. Second, if the other...
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    Fraud: Re: Welfare Fraud Investigator Visit

    Agreed.

    Since benefits received can quickly accrue to an amount greater than $950, it becomes a felony rather quickly (often within one month). Welfare fraud is rife in CA (and elsewhere, I am...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Forgetting Pants

    No wang hanging out, no crime. Done.
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    Expungement and Sealing: Re: How to Obtain Full-Length Police-Reports During Petition for Factual Innocence

    Oops! I just noticed that the subject I replied to was NOT the OP.

    Ah, well ... <shrug>
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    Expungement and Sealing: Re: How to Obtain Full-Length Police-Reports During Petition for Factual Innocence

    The CPRA allows access to police reports (with some limitations) if they are no longer considered investigative records. In other words, if the case is closed, you MAY be able to get a police...
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    Re: Can I Sue the Police

    The officer is not responsible for the collision and as others have stated, he cannot be sued because he did not take a report. As mentioned, you can ask to speak to a supervisor at the agency and...
  23. Criminal Records: Re: Court Records Deleted from Circuit Court Website Without My Knowledge

    Online access can often be limited by statute or practice/policy. The fact it does not exist on the web does NOT mean that the record no longer exists at the court.
  24. Re: Can Non-Reportable Vehicle Accidents Still Have Info on Record

    It's not clear from their post what they had cause to do. There are a number of scenarios in which a search is perfectly lawful. Consent, probable cause, plain view, or if found in the passenger's...
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    Re: Police Investigation with Out Report

    GCIC makes more sense. Though, it seems a stretch to assume that access to the system was made, much less that it was made unlawfully.

    Stalker30, as mentioned, if you feel that someone has...
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