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- If I feel that the judge that has my case is unfair and being partial to mky ex. can I request a new judge?
- If an intruder breaks into my apartment at night and I hurt him before I know if he is armed, can I be charged with assault or anything else?
- im 17 years old and a few weeks ago my mother kicked me out. i had one of my friends there to witness, and her mom. now my mom is wanting me to go back, but do i have the legal right not to? its a very unstabkle home, ive been forced to live with her since my father died but now i cant take it anymore. our fights scare me and often have gotten physical since i was 14. Do i have any rights here? im not neccisarily looking into emancipation but id like to have gaurdianship switched to someone i trust.
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