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Yes, if the person to be arrested lives (or is reasonably believed to live) at the residence and there is reason to believe that person...
Depends on the wording of the warrant.
Depends on the circumstances.
Now tell us what happened to you and...
Nicole Thomley posted a new thread.
When executing an Arrest Warrant, can the police officer enter a private residence to make the arrest?
My thoughts exactly...but I'm not a lawyer.
He didn't necessarily say they are judgement-proof; he just said the name on the judgement...
Anthony Brown posted a new thread.
I was awarded a judgement in Federal Court against a business in California, then found that they had changed their business name - same...
Now would be a good time to read your contract. The answer is probably in there.
Ronald007 posted a new thread.
I have a timeshare unit in St. Thomas which was damaged by hurricanes 2 years ago and, while being repaired (still), is not usable....
(in my best 1930's gangster voice)
Ahhhh....So he's a wise guy huh??
Not quite. The employee can say no and go to a different job. The slave doesn't even get that.
AJ like to pull people's chains :D
In other words, outside some contractual or statutory requirement, your employer is free to assign to you any schedule that s/he/it desires.