- Can you cuss in court?
- Can you say I don’t answer questions to a cop?
- Is it against the law to profanity?
- How is pain and suffering valued?
- Do cops have to identify themselves when asked?
- Is it illegal to cuss someone out over text?
- Is yelling profanity illegal?
- Can someone sue you for cursing at them?
- How much money can you get for suing for emotional distress?
- Is offending someone a crime?
- How can I prove my pain and suffering?
- Can you say no comment in a police interview?
- Is emotional distress the same as pain and suffering?
- What happens if you cuss out a judge?
- Can a judge insult you?
- Why do judges use a hammer?
- How do you talk to a cop?
Can you cuss in court?
If you are a witness and are asked a question, then you must respond.
If the response is a curse repeating was was said to you, then it is okay.
Just cursing in a courtroom may result in you being held in contempt of court for being disrespectful….
Can you say I don’t answer questions to a cop?
No. You have the constitutional right to remain silent. In general, you do not have to talk to law enforcement officers (or anyone else), even if you do not feel free to walk away from the officer, you are arrested, or you are in jail. You cannot be punished for refusing to answer a question.
Is it against the law to profanity?
Cursing in Public: Is It Legal? Although it’s probably not a great idea to curse in public, most states won’t punish you for it unless it is followed by threats or fighting words. Some states, like Virginia, still have laws predating the Civil War which make “profane swearing” a class 4 misdemeanor.
How is pain and suffering valued?
The multiplier method is an equation frequently used by insurance companies and is a common way to calculate pain and suffering damages. You add up all actual damages (also called special damages) and multiply that number by a number between 1.5 to 5.
Do cops have to identify themselves when asked?
Police officers in plainclothes must identify themselves when using their police powers; however, they are not required to identify themselves on demand and may lie about their status as a police officer in some situations (see sting operation).
Is it illegal to cuss someone out over text?
However, any such lawsuit would have little likelihood of succeeding. BTW, no governmental entity can bring a civil action or criminal charges against you for cursing on the phone or via text, because that would violate freedom of speech, which is protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Is yelling profanity illegal?
It doesn’t. Certain categories of speech are not entitled to First Amendment protection, including fighting words, true threats and incitement to imminent lawless action. If a person engages in profane fighting words or utters a true threat with profanity, those words may not be protected speech.
Can someone sue you for cursing at them?
Not unless you can prove that the guy swearing at you has committed some kind of legally recognized wrongful act. In the law we call these torts. Perhaps the intentional or unintentional infliction of emotional distress, possibly assault (if he put you in reasonable fear of physical violence).
How much money can you get for suing for emotional distress?
You can recover up to $250,000 in pain and suffering, or any non-economic damages.
Is offending someone a crime?
Personal offence Mr Tudge said during his interview with News Breakfast that according to the Act, offending someone is “a subjective measure”. He said: “if you’re personally offended – even though many people may not have thought it was offensive language, then it can be considered a crime”.
How can I prove my pain and suffering?
Some documents your lawyer may use to prove that your pain and suffering exist include:Medical bills.Medical records.Medical prognosis.Expert testimony.Pictures of your injuries.Psychiatric records.
Can you say no comment in a police interview?
Make “NO COMMENT” to all questions. There is no such thing as a friendly chat with a police officer. Everything you say can and will likely be used as evidence. If they interview you, give a “No Comment” interview, unless under explicit advice from a good solicitor to make a written statement.
Is emotional distress the same as pain and suffering?
As a part of pain and suffering damages, emotional distress (also called mental anguish) is when someone’s actions cause you to suffer mental harm, such as anguish, humiliation, torment, anxiety, insomnia, and depression. Pain like headaches is not considered emotional distress.
What happens if you cuss out a judge?
Originally Answered: if you curse a judge out of court can they send you to jail? If you do it in court, the charge will be Contempt of Court, and the fine and jail time can be set at the discretion of the judge. They have a great deal of power when maintaining order in their court.
Can a judge insult you?
Posted on August 10, 2010 by David L. Hudson Jr. A judge has no First Amendment right to belittle and berate litigants in her courtroom, the Washington Supreme Court ruled in ordering that a state district judge be suspended for five days without pay.
Why do judges use a hammer?
It is used almost exclusively in the United States in legislatures and courts of law, but is used worldwide for auctions. It can be used to call for attention or to punctuate rulings and proclamations and is a symbol of the authority and right to act officially in the capacity of a presiding officer.
How do you talk to a cop?
Stay calm and in control of your words and actions. Avoid arguing with the police but firmly assert your rights. Never run of physically resist even if you think that the stop is unreasonable or unlawful. Ask if you are free to leave; if they say yes, do so.