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  1. Eviction Process: Re: Can Almost-Ex-Wife Call Cops for Access to Mother's House

    If called to stand by, the police are unlikely to force anyone to allow your wife to re-enter the home absent a court order. They MAY ask if she has ANY items still inside the home, such as clothing...
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    Other Violations: Re: California 28001 a

    21655.8 was the underlying offense that led to the 2800.1(a) offense, that's why he was also cited for it.

    Yes, he should speak with an attorney. Depending upon the facts of the case, such as...
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    Re: Out of Jurisdiction Speeding Ticket

    In support of PC 830.1(a), Los Angeles County - like many other counties - has an MOU signed by all law enforcement agencies in the county granting primary jurisdiction to their respective cities by...
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    Re: Out of Jurisdiction Speeding Ticket

    I once pulled over a driver doing 105+ on I-805 at the I-5 interchange and was told, "You can't stop me, you don't have jurisdiction, you're not the CHP!" I informed him that I guessed he would have...
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    Re: Out of Jurisdiction Speeding Ticket

    Yep. A speed citation is not correctable. Obviously. What code section was cited? An insurance violation is not correctable, either, though the court can drop it upon proof that the vehicle was...
  6. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Beaten and Tased by Police but Not Arrested

    Additionally, all because you were not arrested at the hospital is NOT proof that you are "innocent." It is common for agencies to release suspects at a hospital if they might otherwise have to...
  7. Re: Authorized and Legally Parked Vehicle Towed on College Campus with No Warning

    Was your vehicle damaged? Did you incur a financial loss of some kind as a result of the vehicle being moved? If the answer to both of these questions is "no", then what exactly would you hope to...
  8. Re: Authorized and Legally Parked Vehicle Towed on College Campus with No Warning

    If it is anything like the University where I work, email went out, there was postings up on the web site for the department and/or transportation and parking services, signs posted in and around the...
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    Stolen Property: Re: How to Retrieve Property

    This situation is NOT even close to the scenario you outline. If you want to see them prosecuted, your wife (the apparent person for whom the items were intended) can report this to the police where...
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    Stolen Property: Re: How to Retrieve Property

    Even if the police in AZ accompany you to the relative's home, they CAN NOT compel him to turn them over to you. Their job would solely be to keep the peace, not to force the issue. The cops would...
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    Hiring a Lawyer: Re: 16 Year Old 4th Violated and Damage Done

    Though, we also only have an angry parent's word that the officers did any damage to the car. (It's not beyond the realm of possibility that the damage was done by the student or their friends ......
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    Hiring a Lawyer: Re: 16 Year Old 4th Violated and Damage Done

    I'm curious what a Georgia passport looks like and who issues such a thing? Certainly not a state government institution.

    Sounds like a Sovereign Citizen sort of thing.
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    Parking Tickets: Re: Parking Ticket at a Ca. State Park

    There would have been information on the citation on how to contest or pay the citation. If you failed to act on that information, you may have lost your chance to contest the parking cite.

    Check...
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    Re: Attempted Assault

    Yep. But, the question still remains: Why ask? It is expensive to test for DNA, and takes space and money to adequately store samples. While I can conceive of - and, indeed, have heard tell of -...
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    Re: Attempted Assault

    I suppose it might also be that the local agency seeks to obtain a voluntary DNA sample from most any suspect they can. I doubt they would run the DNA absent some thought he committed a specific...
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    Re: Attempted Assault

    If they took DNA, there may be something more to this. A simple battery case is NOT going to need the collection of DNA.

    If there are further contacts by the police on this matter, an attorney...
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    Re: Should I Get Gap Insurance

    I don't recall ever paying THAT much for GAP insurance. However, it has come into play for us twice. The first time, when one of my sons totaled his brother's (used) Range Rover and the insurance...
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    Re: Rights to Protect Property

    ^^^ This! ^^^
  19. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Once again, I'll reiterate that in CA whether a release on an infraction citation is an "arrest" is dependent upon the context.
  20. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Further (now that I have some time):

    From CPOLS ...

    However, neither the issuance of a citation nor probable cause for a cite-and-release offense is enough to invoke the...
  21. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    Legal or enforceable? That might also depend on whether or not there is a statute/ordinance permitting the appropriate director from establishing limiting regulations at the park. You are certainly...
  22. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    That's ... unusual. I know that in some states minor offenses are listed textually and later filed under the appropriate statute. But, My experience with AZ was that it was similar to CA in that a...
  23. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    What is the code section (number) of the statute you have been cited for violating?
  24. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    That has been tried and dismissed in CA. We cannot conduct a search incident to arrest on a traffic infraction. Not to mention that the scope of any post-arrest search would be limited in scope,...
  25. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Yeah, it's pretty much a matter of context when we use the term, "Arrest".
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