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

    I know that, but the way you phrased it:



    If we use the "as follows" construction, PL then DF in the same sentence may be taken as, "I have sued"--- "I have been sued". I should have deciphered...
  2. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    If so, his statement, at least to me, is misleading, as it followed a question of being sued!
  3. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    How were you a defendant when you were not sued?
  4. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    You can also assume it is REAL, what is seen that is, and the rest, hidden, is phony.

    Crook displays a suitcase with 2 million dollars in it. What is seen on top is real hundreds, legal, right?
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    Criminal Investigations: Re: Can Police Search My Vehicle

    That confirms what I stated. Gant was already in the police car where he had no access to the passenger compartment and the police searched after he was secured. The OP was at the passenger...
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    Criminal Investigations: Re: Can Police Search My Vehicle

    He was within "reaching distance" of the passenger compartment when arrested though, one prong of par. VI at my post 17.



    Assuming arguendo it was indeed a valid "search incident to arrest", NO...
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    Criminal Investigations: Re: Can Police Search My Vehicle

    The crime charged here is not relevant. The relevant point is where he was standing when arrested, and Gant controls I would think.
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    Criminal Investigations: Re: Can Police Search My Vehicle

    A careful reading of Gant, one of the most recent vehicle search cases, it appears to me the search was legal. Where you were standing you were without question a "Recent occupant" of the vehicle....
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    Pleadings: Re: Pleadings vs. Motion

    How does a clerk know what should be a proper pleading/application caption. I would think that would include other things that do not comply with the local/county rules of court, proper size legal...
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    Pleadings: Re: Pleadings vs. Motion

    Karl, it seems the clerk is acting outside her/his legal authority. If the filing is improperly titled/captioned, that is up to the court to address, not the clerk's. If not accepted as titled, ask...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    The stooges were posing as cooks and were acting stupid in the kitchen.

    Butler:

    Such levity, you remind me of the Three Stooges.

    Curly:

    Hey, that's an insult.
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    The 3 Stooges episode, Disorder in the Court. Curly is on the witness stand holding a Derby. The case was about the murder of Kirk Robbin. Gayle was a dancer at the night club.

    Dialogue:
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Wrongfully Arrested, Violation of 4th Amendment

    Police enjoy QI which has to be overcome in a 1983 action, but it happens all the time. But the Tort claims act has no bearing on a 1983 action so I won't address those particulars.
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Wrongfully Arrested, Violation of 4th Amendment

    SI does not apply.
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Wrongfully Arrested, Violation of 4th Amendment

    Yes but this is a "False Arrest" claim. If defacto right, 1983 might only allow a nominal award IF facts justify it, however a government entity can not flip it's nose at a false arrest case due to...
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: State Will Enforce Masks, Social Distancing

    I'm generally asked to keep my mask on even after Halloween! :grumpy:
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    When I acquired his collected stories years ago, reading the "Pit and the Pendulum" actually made me wish to become more acquainted with his wit. IMO, no author since has equalled his style, and at...
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    Interrogation: Re: Detectives Questioning You

    The recording would be admissible if the Court permits it as relevant evidence.
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    Interrogation: Re: Detectives Questioning You

    Yes, if they have an arrest warrant. Well, you don't "have to", but it could result in a forced entry.




    You can record the police in the act of a governmental function even if they do not...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    I prefer the stylistic brilliant diction of Emily Dickinson. Some consider her too far out of their literature league to understand what she is actually trying to say, and at times found it uneasy to...
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: State Will Enforce Masks, Social Distancing

    Excellent! The attrocities of War, humans treated like decayed meat, innocent children gassed, on and on.

    If captured by the Krauts, I would rather wear a mask 24 hours a day than to be confined...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    If he wrote Love's Philosophy for Mary, it had to have been before she wrote Frankenstein, or maybe it didn't matter to him! Now that's True Love! :D
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    Like Dirty Harry said, "I hate the damn system, but until someone comes along with some changes that makes sense, I'll stick with it".



    I prefer the sweet and simple Philosophy of life.
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    Why thank you, it is well penned. Read Sea Fever by John Masefield, I am sure you will relate to it.
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    Under the wide and starry sky,
    Dig the grave and let me lie.
    Glad did I live and gladly die,
    And I laid me down with a will

    This be the verse you grave for me:
    Here he lies where he longed to...
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