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Legal concerns

It’s easy to understand why people are concerned these days about legal issues.

We seem to be bombarded with legitimate reasons to be concerned about potential legal problems that could arise without notice.

In fact, my whole DailyUnConstitutional.com blog is a testament to why someone might need access to a good attorney – even when they didn’t do anything wrong.

Consider These Staggering Legal Statistics:

  • 15 million lawsuits will be filed in 2011 across the U.S.
  • A new lawsuit every 2 seconds
  • One lawsuit for every 12 adults
  • 21 U.S. states are facing a medical liability crisis
  • $248.1 billion = the cost to the U.S. tort system (personal injury) in 2009, or $808 per person
  • The cost per capita of tort related lawsuits has increased 800% between 1950 to 2009

What would it mean to have a good attorney on your side when you need it? To help in case:

  • You are audited by the IRS
  • You have a Dispute with a contractor or business
  • You’d like to have a contract reviewed before you sign
  • You need an attorney to write a letter on your behalf
  • You have an emergency after hours

How many times have you wished you could call an attorney just to ask a question but didn’t because of cost?

That’s is why, in my opinion, every family in the United States should have a product called Legal Shield.

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Cop Allegedly Sexually Assaults Woman, Then Arrests Her For Protesting | A Narcissist Predators Dream Job

Cop Allegedly Sexually Assaults Woman, Then Arrests Her For Protesting

Cop Allegedly Sexually Assaults Woman, Then Arrests Her For Protesting

If you are one of the many that think that all people who are arrested or are harassed by police must have done something to deserve it, here is a case that should give you a different perspective. If you can watch the clip below and still feel that way, please leave a comment below. I would love to hear your opinion.

This despicable display of abuse of power is difficult to watch. Monica Contreras, who was in court on a routine divorce manner was inexplicably ordered into a room alone for a drug search by a male court marshal.

He ordered her to lift her shirt and she told him she would rather be searched by a female officer and request to at least have a witness present. After her requests were ignored, she stepped back into court to complain about the incident and was immediately arrested and her two year old taken from her citing a law that doesn’t exist in Nevada or anywhere else for that matter.

The victim is handcuffed and hauled away crying while her 2 year old child watches for no other reason than protesting the way she was searched – by a male without a witness present.

8 News NOW Clip of Woman Claiming to Be Sexually Assaulted in Court Being Arrested by The Alleged Assaulter

LAS VEGAS — Clark County taxpayers may have to pay settlement money to a sexual assault victim and the family court marshal accused of assaulting her.

Cop Allegedly Sexually Assaults Woman, Then Arrests Her For ProtestingThe I-Team broke the story of a wide-ranging investigation into family court abuse last month. Marshal Ron Fox was fired for sexually assaulting a woman in court and arresting her when she spoke up about it.

The video the I-Team uncovered is spurring outrage with viewers and shaking up the court. But the marshal that internal affairs called a liar may still get a taxpayer funded payday. The I-Team uncovered video of marshal Ron Fox arresting Monica Contreras. She was in court for a protection order hearing.

Internal affairs documents reviewed by the I-Team conclude Fox took Contreras to a side room and inappropriately searched her. When Contreras told

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Mom Arrested for Watching Children Play

Ever heard of someone being arrested for watching their children play? This case is absolutely absurd! A La Porte, Texas mom was arrested while sitting in her lawn chair in her front yard watching her 6 and 9 year old play on motorized scooters in their quiet suburban cul de sac.

In her complaint, Cooper says she lives on a “quiet, suburban cul de sac” and “often allows her 6- and 9-year-old children to ride their scooters on the street while she watches from a chair in the driveway or through the large windows on the front of her house.”

Apparently a disgruntled neighbor (one Shelley Fullerare of La Porte, TX) alleged that she had hit one of the children with her car because their mother “abandoned” them. Wow, what a news flash! Sometimes people lie to the police! This false accusation started a snowball effect that ended in Cooper’s arrest.

Her children were separated from her and interrogated by child abuse investigators. CPS found no cause for concern regarding the well being of Cooper’s children and dropped the investigation.”

Are police now allowed to arrest people for things that are not against the law? Is there a law in that city that says that children can not play in the road? These are questions that need further investigation.

Apparently the policeman pulled up and informed the mom that he was there to arrest her. Then he proceeded to handcuff her hands so tightly behind her back that the handcuffs cut into her skin (from her statement). That was probably due to the fact that she asked the officer if he could cuff her in front because she has a pre-existing shoulder, back and neck condition that makes putting her hands behind her back extremely painful.

Naturally the city, the unnamed police officer and the nosy neighbor who should have been minding her own business  being sued by Cooper. Apparently the damages include 18 hours in police custody, and aggravated health condition that may require surgery now, and $7,000 in legal fees all for no good reason.

This case isn’t as bad as the wrong door invasion that I recently wrote about where the police shot the family dog in front of the children, handcuffed the kids next to the dead dog for an hour while ransacking the house and wouldn’t give one of the children access to her medication, all even after they knew they were in the wrong house. But it’s still bad enough. Why do the masses sit quietly by and do nothing as we see these types of issues increase?

Police definitely need to be held accountable for these types of abuses. There simply isn’t an excuse for arresting law-abiding citizens for no good reason.

 

Child Endangerment, My Eye, Mom Says

By CAMERON LANGFORD

HOUSTON (CN) – Police falsely arrested a mother for “child endangerment” after a neighbor reported that she had abandoned her children by letting them ride scooters in the street, the mom claims in court.
Tammy Cooper sued her neighbor Shelley Fuller, the city of La Porte Police Department and one unidentified officer, in Federal Court.
La Porte is a city of 33,000 near the Houston Ship Channel in Harris County.
In her complaint, Cooper says she lives on a “quiet, suburban cul de sac” and “often allows her 6- and 9-year-old children to ride their scooters on the street while she watches from a chair in the driveway or through the large windows on the front of her house.”
“On the day of her arrest, Cooper’s children were playing on their scooters in the cul de sac when her neighbor, defendant Shelley Fuller, called the City of La Porte Police Department to report that Cooper had ‘abandoned’ her children,” the complaint states.
Cooper says she told the responding La Porte policeman that she had been home the whole time.
“Unknown Officer went across the street to talk with defendant Fuller. It was at this point that Fuller reported, for the first time, that she had struck one of Cooper’s children with her vehicle as they played in the street,” the complaint states. “Unknown Officer returned to Cooper’s home, and after another conversation with Unknown Officer, Cooper was placed under arrest for the felony offenses of child endangerment and child abandonment.
“Never at any point were any of Cooper’s children hit by a car as they played in the street. Moreover, Cooper was observing her children the entire time they were outside on the date of her arrest and thus could not plausibly have abandoned them. Despite the fact that Fuller alleged she had hit one of the children with her vehicle, no medical response was called for or needed as it was obvious that neither child had been hit by a car or was hurt in any way. Interestingly, Fuller was never confronted about her lie regarding striking the child with the car. Instead, Cooper, the victim of an angry neighbor, was arrested and charged with a crime in a public and embarrassing manner.”
Cooper says her children witnessed her arrest and pleaded with the officer not to take her to jail, an experience made worse by the fact that their father was away in Austin on military duty.
“Cooper agreed to cooperate with Unknown Officer and asked Unknown Officer if he could cuff her hands in the front, as she has a history of neck, back, and shoulder problems and her arms cannot be place behind her back without extreme pain,” Cooper says in the complaint. “Unknown Officer ignored her request, and handcuffed her hands incredibly tightly behind her back, so tight in fact that the handcuffs cut into the skin on her wrists.”
Cooper says the arrest re-aggravated her health problems, and she might need back surgery.
“Cooper spent 18 hours in custody. Cooper spent over $7,000 in court and legal fees before the unsubstantiated felony charges against her were dismissed,” the complaint states. “The incident also led to an investigation by Child Protective Services, requiring Cooper to take her children to the CPS office in Houston.
“Her children were separated from her and interrogated by child abuse investigators. CPS found no cause for concern regarding the well being of Cooper’s children and dropped the investigation.”
Cooper seeks damages from La Porte Police Department and its officer for false arrest, and from Fuller for defamation.
She reserves the right to seek punitive damages from Fuller and the policeman.
She is represented by Ryan Gertz, with Gertz Adair, of Beaumont, Texas.

http://www.courthousenews.com/2012/09/07/50051.htm

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