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  1. Premises Liability: Re: Security Guard Guilty of Criminal Assault - How to Pay for Broken Car Window

    Clear - Thanks!
  2. Premises Liability: Re: Security Guard Guilty of Criminal Assault - How to Pay for Broken Car Window

    I get it you gotta do disclaimer. But doesn't a criminal assault charge against guard cover the at-fault entirely? I can't begin to imagine how this would not sail through civil process requirements.
  3. Premises Liability: Security Guard Guilty of Criminal Assault - How to Pay for Broken Car Window

    My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Nebraska

    An individual (looked much shabbier than De-de in "Next Friday") was claimed by a grocery store as an on-duty security guard....
  4. Arrest Procedure: How Long Does It Take to Arrest a Known Bad Actor Caught on Store Video

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Iowa

    I haven't had much luck in these forums so far. I'll try something that should be simpler.
    2 related individuals were caught on security...
  5. Re: Employers Hire Stalkers to Harass Applicants

    Well, you're not a cop - so stop pretending to be one. You cannot help the criminal sense of this matter, and I never asked for it. I take from your responses that (besides apparently being...
  6. Re: Employers Hire Stalkers to Harass Applicants

    a prospective employer can do background checks. this includes harassment and other bullying to prove the temperment and tractability of a possible hire.
    we were inside of private premises with...
  7. Employers Hire Stalkers to Harass Applicants

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Nebraska

    Employers have a habit (sometimes) of hiring a tail to harass and incite any reaction they can from me. Is this legal, and...
  8. Re: Constitutional Basis for Issuing a Criminal No-Contact Order

    Thanks for the turnaround. The concealed carry statute says any protection from a gun carrier cancels the license, so the 1st case was intended. It seems like a state that already has a no-retreat...
  9. Re: Constitutional Basis for Issuing a Criminal No-Contact Order

    It occurs to me that there is no requirement to show cause for a no-contact order; anybody can file one.
    So it's legal to kill someone if you can find them? It seems redundant and wasteful of...
  10. Constitutional Basis for Issuing a Criminal No-Contact Order

    My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Iowa.

    Are there any prohibitions against issuing a no-contact order for someone who has a concealed carry?
  11. Termination: Re: What Law Allows a Permanent Criminal No-Contact Order

    I do. The two states are separated by a river, except for some legacy areas. How does that matter? The no-contact order means no contact at any time.
  12. Termination: Re: What Law Allows a Permanent Criminal No-Contact Order

    I was afraid of that. What would I call that? The jerk has always run around in public with his "concealed" carry threatening to kill me. I have to sue in order to what, presume any right to...
  13. Termination: Re: What Law Allows a Permanent Criminal No-Contact Order

    So it was claimed above the only basis for a restraint to be reissued would be Iowa 664A, and since the conviction denied any violent, domestic, or sexual element, then this leaves 708.7, "severe...
  14. Termination: Re: What Law Allows a Permanent Criminal No-Contact Order

    Replying in general to this thread, it looks like the murderous slimes must be accusing my existence inside my lawful domicile as threat of forcible felony. Either that, or posing for a photo of...
  15. Termination: What Law Allows a Permanent Criminal No-Contact Order

    My question involves restraining orders in the State of: IOWA

    I have not visited the state of Iowa since a trial found me guilty of improper response to a criminal threat against myself, nor have...
  16. Trials: Re: Simplify Wikipedia Jibberish

    Thanks much for all those excellent specifics. Now, how does a federal court send badged goons to kidnap and process a victim on the basis of 7 of 12 finding for guilt? The costs sent to the public...
  17. Trials: How Many Jurors Must Vote to Convict a Defendant

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Iowa
    How many jurors must find for conviction for a criminal trial case? Wikipedia uses jargon, mumbo jumbo and doesn't seem to have an answer. ...
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    Re: Arrest Rights of Convicts

    The responses to my question overall are very peculiar.
    When someone passes out in a bar and someone picks them up and drags them out, this is abduction. It is known to lead to personal injury of...
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    Arrest Rights of Convicts

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Iowa

    What do police need to abduct a convicted felon? On TV crime shows, it looks like all that is needed is to locate such a person anywhere...
  20. Arrest Procedure: Re: When Can the Police Break Down a Door to Make an Arrest

    Okay, what probable cause could there be to refuse a property owner's demand on police to obtain permission to occupy a private alley and assault a renter lawfully residing on the contiguous private...
  21. Arrest Procedure: Re: Sheriff Avoids a Landlord Residence Call in Favor of Breaking in to Next-Door Ten

    Therefore I will add to my previous reply. It is true that licensed occupation is a legal facility provided by the 3 branches of the US government to guarantee, recourse including immediate relief,...
  22. Arrest Procedure: When Can the Police Break Down a Door to Make an Arrest

    My question involves business law in the state of: Iowa

    I have first-hand experience with a criminal assault on a renter of a private residence where the outcome is nonsense and threatening to me,...
  23. Re: Is It Legal for State to Destroy Repeated 911 Calls in a He-Said-She-Said

    Another restatement, almost to absurdity: Are lawfully parked vehicles a privacy barr to police ingress to your home on the unilateral word of a neighbor regarding a dispute they admit starting...
  24. Is It Legal for State to Destroy Repeated 911 Calls in a He-Said-She-Said

    My question involves police conduct in the State of: Iowa
    I tried to restate a problem to another board after an expression of incompetence, and that was deleted. So I will try to further boil it...
  25. Arrest Procedure: Sheriff Avoids a Landlord Residence Call in Favor of Breaking in to Next-Door Tenant

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Iowa.
    Is it abusive of the law for a Sheriff to agree with the landlord (co-resident in multi-unit compound) of a private residence to never...
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