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Yes, this is a code violation. Specifically you are looking at Title 3, Division 13, Article 1, Sec 3-13-4(11): Sec. 3-13-4. - Prohibited Conduct. Except as provided in section 3-13-6, exemptions, it shall be unlawful for any responsible party having charge or possession of any real property in county territory to:... (11) Keep, store, or maintain upon ...


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You don’t have to talk to the lawyer However, if you don’t it’s very likely you will be subpoenaed. Then you’ll have to talk to them at a time and place of their choosing rather one that’s mutually agreed.


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Responding to the email may deflect any further action by the defense lawyer - for example if you ignore it they may decide that you are a "hostile witness" and act accordingly. On the other hand, if the alleged crime occurred a long time ago and you made a statement to the police as part of their initial investigation, it would be perfectly ...


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The Sixth Amendment protects a criminal defendant's right to a fair trial against government interference, but it does not protect against interference from private actors such as yourself. If you'd like to thwart the defense lawyer as they try to understand what happened and ensure their client gets a fair trial, you have that right under the First ...


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According to Vehicle Code 19029, this is an infraction and not a misdemeanor. Government Code 70373 lumps criminal and traffic offenses together in adding a $35 processing fee, hence the mildly concerning language.


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He was indicted on many charges including 1st degree rape. So your question is why the jury returned the specific verdict, and did not convict on all charges. There is no record of the jury deliberations, so the best we can conjecture is that they didn't find the other charges to have been proven, and in lieu of a tell-tale juror, we can't know what evidence ...


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The words words "[re]built", "remodeled", and "converted" are not terms of art at common law. They would be interpreted on a case by case basis under the circumstances, typically in a lawsuit for a fraudulent misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, or breach of a contractual covenant, with an eye towards where the use of ...


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You are responsible for damage that you or your guests caused. The damage deposit law allows a fee for The repair of damages to the premises, exclusive of ordinary wear and tear, caused by the tenant or by a guest or licensee of the tenant. You did not cause this damage. However the law also allow the security deposit to be used for reasonable cleaning, ...


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If my understanding is correct then whenever that checkbox is marked then together with purchase agreement there MUST be a Form CR that explicitly lists what kind of contingencies are removed at the time of making offer? In other words if form CR attached to purchase agreement would have "ALL Buyer contingencies are removed EXCEPT ... Other [marked] ...


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