If a restraining order (or more accurately, an order of protection) has been filed against you in Arizona, you may have no idea how to respond. You might not understand why it has been issued. You may even feel that the entire situation is completely unfair and uncalled for. You may not be wrong. If you aren’t sure how to respond to a restraining order or order of protection that has been issued against you in Arizona, the first thing you should do is determine what type of order of protection is in place. Responding to a Civil Harassment Restraining Order in Arizona: If you determine that the restraining order you are dealing with is a Civil Harassment restraining order, or a court order intended to protect people from abuse/harassment
State Of North Carolina Civil Summons AOC-CV-100 State of North Carolina Civil Summons also serves as a subpoena to the defendant to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the District or Superior Court Division in the General Court of Justice of the North Carolina State. The summons is served under the G.S. 1A-1, Rules 3, 4 provisions of North Carolina General Statutes. Plaintiff can endorse defendants using the spaces provided in this legal instrument. The defendant can respond within thirty days of serving the summons to the plaintiff, his/her attorney, and to the court by submitting the original answer with the Clerk of Superior Court. Mandatory Arbitration may apply to the hearing and the court provided further orders and directives
In the movie, A Civil Action, personal injury lawyer, Jan Schlichtman and his law firm, file a law suit against Beatrice Foods and W.R. Grace & Company. The prosecution’s case is based on the premise that these two leather companies contaminated the water supply, in Woburn, Massachusetts. The motion brought before the court requested that the eight plaintiffs be compensated for “negligence, conscious pain and suffering, and wrongful death. ”1 Schlichtman presented medical evidence that illustrated an unusually high incidence of cancer in the small town of Woburn.
Riley v. California 573 U.S. ____ (2014) By: Jonathan Feltis December 16, 2015 Dr. Bobby Lomeli, AJ12 In 2014, the United States Supreme Court reviewed the case of Riley v. California and a very similar case United States v. Wurie, and decided on June 25, 2014, whether or not the data of a cell phone (smart phone) can be searched incident to arrest without a warrant. Before Riley v. California was decided, information about searching the data of cell phones was vague. There were differing rulings by state and federal courts whether or not police can search a cell phones digital contents without a warrant.
Florida Eviction Complaint Chapter 80 of Florida Statute 2015 has important guidelines for Landlords who want to file Florida Eviction Complaint before the Circuit Court of the concerned county of the Florida State. Eviction Complaint form has two parts. Count I part of the form is used to file a request for an eviction order of the Tenant. Alternately Count II part of the form is used to file a request for the recovery of debts including attorney fees and other expenses from the Tenant. Florida Statute grants rights to you to file both parts simultaneously or separately.
Father objected to the move arguing that the move exceeded the limitations presented by A.R.S. 25-408 because Payson is approximately 138 miles from Eagar (Father’s place of residence). He petitioned the court to prevent the relocation of the children with Mother. The court denied Father’s request as the distance of the move from Show Low to Payson is 90 miles, less than the 100 mile limitation per Arizona
Hawaii Man Harasses His Ex 144 Times; Judge Orders Him to do THIS! Society seems to love unorthodox punishments, so it’s no surprise that this story is going viral! On the Hawaiian island of Maui, Daren Young has plead no contest to violating a protection order. Young’s ex filed for the order and was issued it on February 22. Only two months, within a few hours period, Young sent 144 texts and phone calls to the woman, accused of saying nasty, vile things.
Order in Suit to Modify The Parent-Child Relationship Texas Child Custody Form or Order in Suit to Modify The Parent-Child Relationship is a document intended to request the honorable judge to amend various permissions, support, and visitation pertaining to child/ren. This document has 12 sections and filling the factual information in every section is necessary. Read this document clearly and define the roles of petitioner and respondent/s using the provisions offered in the form. Texas Family Code, Chapter 156 governs the Partnership for Legal Access – Modification Order form. The form requires furnishing information in the text as well as a selection of options by marking the appropriate boxes.
If you are being “threatened” by anyone then the situation isn’t
Offense: Assault Date: 08/2006 Results: Charges Dismissed This incident occurred on Schofield Barracks Hawaii. My former spouse abused the military system to work to her benefit. She repeatedly contacted the chain of command or the Schofield Barracks Military Police whenever she felt the need to have the joint residence to herself. Enacted policy at the time required the chain of command to remove any soldier who was experiencing any marital tension when the situation could have escalated.
But, my concern is that my daughter (Jaclyn Renee Romeo) was given a two year order of protection by Judge Jessica Colon-Sayre for a Facebook post on a private page WITH no names in/on the post. When my daughter (Jaclyn) was in court with the adopted mother several months ago, and the previous Judge stated that the page could stay up as long as it was in a private status. I know you cannot make a comment regarding another Judge ruling, however I am asking for someone to, look into the matter on a more check and balance bases.
Once you have this order in place, you are free to go to your safe place with your child and begin working on getting your lives back together away from the abuse. If needed, you can then file a motion for temporary child and spousal support. If you are considering not filing for this support, remember that you are entitled to it and it will help reduce the burden of temporarily caring for your child alone along with paying for a lawyer and paying legal fees during the upcoming
Know What Relationship Your In In “How to identify Love Knowing What it’s Not” Augusten Burroughs provides a definition of abuse that is more nuanced than physical harm. The formal definition of abuse is the improper usage or treatment of an entity, often to unfairly or improperly gain benefit. There are many different types of abuse and the essay touches base on four different types. Abuse is a spectrum that ranges from controlling, to emotional abuse, to physical abuse.
The Florida Consent Decree is a law that provides ELL students the right to equal access to all education programs. It ensures a given instruction that is understandable to which ELL students are entitled. As both a minority and a future educator, I have the utmost respect and appreciation for other cultures and backgrounds and it is the responsibility of the teacher and the administration to create a positive learning environment for all students. The Consent Decree consists of six main concerns that are addressed in sections. These six sections are: Identification and Assessment, Equal Access to Appropriate Programming, Equal Access to Appropriate Categorical and other programs for LEP students, Personnel, Monitoring Issues, and Outcome Measures.
The Consent Decree (also known as the META or ESOL Consent Decree) of 1990 is Florida’s framework for compliance with federal and state laws and jurisprudence regarding the education of English Language Learners (ELLs) (Govoni & Palaez, 2011). The Florida ESOL Consent Decree came about when the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), along with other civil rights/educational community organizations, decided to sue the Florida State Board of Education. The organizations were fighting for equal educational opportunity for all students, regardless of the individual’s primary language. Students in English for Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) program were not receiving an education that met their cognitive level because teachers in most schools were not properly trained to give ELL students an appropriate education. Teachers lacked the training to facilitate equal opportunity to the students.
Firstly, victims in both states have the right to protection against threats, abuse, intimidations and other forms of harassment from the offenders who scare the victims as a trick to make them drop the cases. According to Montaldo, some criminals may yawm laudly, make sarcastic faces, laugh, and make obscene gestures as a way of harassing victims (“Tennessee” 14). However, the victims are considered the first priority as far as this protection is concerned. Secondly, victims have the right to be informed of all court proceedings in the two states. Necessary information includes rescheduling of a court hearing and final disposition of the case.