Re: Can Police Force the Return of Stolen Property
duh? Seriously? How would you know if he had spent the money? Are you with him 24/7, never out of each others sight so you would actually know he did or didn't spend it?
DarkNozomi;703742]I would know if I had spent or gambled it, duh.
Unless he was there when she took the money, his statement proves nothing.
There's no doubt that she took the money and gave it to this guy, because the guy freely says she did, and his position is that it's not his problem, the money is his now.
what actual proof do you have she took the money? Before you answer, read that again: ACTUAL PROOF
Now that might get you somewhere. Of course they are going to have to testify to that in court, under penalty of perjury.
There's also several people who she admitted this to; I'm not worried about proving factually that the money was taken from me, by her.
actually, at that point, you have no bargaining chips. She would have nothing more to lose so what could you offer her to entice her to pay you?
I suppose in the end it's my fault for not assuming that every other human being on the planet is about to rob me blind the second my back is turned. I'm guessing that once she is found and convicted of this, I'll have a stronger bargaining chip to use the courts/police to get my money back?
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.