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  1. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    You were confident in your case — you believed you would win given the case you presented, which in this case apparently meant that you just assumed the court would believe your testimony. You may...
  2. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    Only once. And evidently after your loss at your trial you felt screwed over, whether justified or not, which is understandable since you were apparently very confident in your case. But a woman who...
  3. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    That would suggest he was a defendant in traffic, infraction, or criminal cases. I'm guessing most of those were traffic/infraction hearings with no jury, but of course that's just a guess.
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    Public Records: Re: Selling Personal Info

    There isn't such a law. Many Americans seem to believe that information about them is more protected by privacy laws than is really case. Privacy laws in the U.S. are a patchwork of laws that protect...
  5. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    I know from the trials I have tried (because I ask the jurors afterward how they reached their decision) and participated in as a juror myself that most jurors made a serious effort to get the right...
  6. Privacy Crimes: Re: Can a Business for Any Reason Give Out My Ssn Number

    No, it's not identity theft. The state is not pretending to be you to commit some kind of fraud or other crime. Rather, what you fear is that the business receiving the garnishment order might...
  7. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    Then you define the phrase differently than I do.



    My impression of your posts here and elsewhere on this forum is that you place too much importance on the lawyer's powers of persuasion and...
  8. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    You are conflating two different things. The law is what it is. It defines what is legal and what is not. What happens at trial is not just about law. The points you raise touch on the other factors...
  9. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    The law is what it is. The job of the lawyer when advising you is to tell you what that law is. What you do with that information is up to you. If you violate the law, there is always the chance that...
  10. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    If one follows the requirements set out in the link I provided then it isn't a problem. Major film and TV producers have lawyers to advise them on this kind of stuff and they ensure that those rules...
  11. Privacy Crimes: Re: Can a Business for Any Reason Give Out My Ssn Number

    Actually, there is no federal law that broadly prohibits that, and to my knowledge no state does either. Many Americans seem to think that their personal information is more protected under the law...
  12. Privacy Crimes: Re: Can a Business for Any Reason Give Out My Ssn Number

    The problem here is that under our legal system everything is legal unless some law says it isn't. So there doesn't have to be a law saying what use the agency may make of your SSN for it to be able...
  13. Privacy Crimes: Re: Can a Business for Any Reason Give Out My Ssn Number

    DCS would have no legal obligation to do any particular investigation of that claim. It probably would just shoot a garnishment order to that purported employer and let that company tell it whether...
  14. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    I also suggest you make it less than 75% of the size of actual currency. Printing it only on one side and B&W only as you plan to do are also very useful. For details see the currency image use page...
  15. Establishment: Re: Temporary Order Protection Hearing Process and Risks

    The problem with getting your impressions of things from sites like these is that the people coming here are just the ones that had problems. The reality is that there are more situations where...
  16. Privacy Crimes: Re: Can a Business for Any Reason Give Out My Ssn Number

    The short answer is that more information is needed to make any firm conclusion as to whether the agency is violating any federal or state. Which agency it is, what program of the agency is involved,...
  17. Re: Does a Foreign Person Owning Us Assets Who Bequests the Assets to Only Foreign

    No. I'm saying that if the decedent of an estate is a nonresident alien and has assets that are situated in the U.S. when he or she died then the estate only gets a unified credit of $13,000 to cover...
  18. Re: Does a Foreign Person Owning Us Assets Who Bequests the Assets to Only Foreign

    First, understand that the person receiving the gift (the donee) is not the one who is liable for the gift tax. It is the person who gives the gift (the donor) who is liable for the gift tax. The...
  19. Pretrial Procedure: Re: Using Blockchain Technology for Discovery

    I think that what you describe is not really needed nor is it economical. There are several problems I foresee here. First, not all the items each side has are subject to disclosure in discovery. Any...
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    Contract Law: Re: Who is Responsible for the Payment

    Again, just because most contractors wouldn't do it doesn't mean that this contractor didn't agree to that. Get out of the mindset that just because most people act one way that all therefore all...
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    Contract Law: Re: Who is Responsible for the Payment

    Maybe most contractors would not have agreed to pay for it. Maybe it would not be logical under the circumstances for the contractor to do so (though I can see circumstances where it would make...
  22. Co-Workers: Re: Did I Threaten My Co-Worker He Claims I Did

    Well, you threatened to tell your side of the story, nothing more. But that sort of thing is not illegal. Had you threatened to harm him in some way, that can be a crime.
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    Expungement and Sealing: Re: Job Position Fingerprinted

    NY law provides some protection against discrimination by employers based on criminal records. See the NY Department of Labor (NYDOL) page that discusses employer use of criminal records for more...
  24. Re: Do All Pour-Over Wills Have to Be Probated

    First of all, the probate laws of each state vary, and the two different law firm sites you looked at may be in two different states, in which case both may be correct for their own state.
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    Child Care: Re: Coronavirus Exposure

    A lot of people are essential workers and many of them deal with the public and thus will have higher exposure risk. While I understand your concern, I don't see a court saying that your ex can't...
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