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  1. Jurisdiction and Venue: Suing a Company After Agreeing to Sue in a Different Venue

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: New York

    So I tried a few sites that allow you to make money online (or at least recoup money from shopping similar to credit card...
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    Banking: Depositing an Expired Check

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: New York

    Sorry if I posted in the wrong forum, couldn't figure out a good place for it.

    So I received a check some time ago, which I...
  3. Extortion: Re: Demand for Money to Remove Accusations from a Website

    Moneypak is associated with Paypal, so you can try emailing Paypal to reverse the transaction and debit the money from his account. I've never used moneypaks before so I don't know if it'll work but...
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    Hiring a Lawyer: Where to Find Class Action Lawyers

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Texas

    This is a really dumb question, but where do I look for a lawyer to start a class action suit against a company based in Texas? I...
  5. Payment Disputes: Re: Confiscation of Online Earnings Due to Allegation of Fraud

    There's no arbitration clause and as far as their terms say, I should be free to sue them here.

    On an unrelated topic, I also had earnings with a similar site which closed down. However, while the...
  6. Payment Disputes: Confiscation of Online Earnings Due to Allegation of Fraud

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: New York and/or Connecticut

    For some time, I belonged to an online earning site (where one can earn money for surveys, etc). Obviously,...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: I Shoplifted at Wal-Mart in Ca, I Am Scared and Lost

    I may not be an expert on epilepsy, but I've never heard of people engaging in complex purposeful actions during a seizure.

    Anyway, the release you received means that Walmart agrees not to sue...
  8. Privacy Crimes: Re: Is it Legal to Video Record People From Your Car if You Don't Record Audio

    If someone is in a public place with no reasonable expectation of privacy, you can record video and audio.
  9. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Forgot to Pay for Item at Bottom of My Cart

    I once got two of an item I'd only paid for one of myself. (It was at a store where the staff pack up purchases; I didn't find out the mistake until I opened the box at home.)

    They offered to send...
  10. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Forgot to Pay for Item at Bottom of My Cart

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: New York, but generally applicable nationwide.

    So I was shopping for groceries. There are a lot of us I had to shop for, and the cart was...
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    Banking: Re: Foreign Currency Regulations

    I suppose you might be right about lack of demand. I called TD Bank (which operates in both the US and Canada) and they said that their Canadian branches offer USD accounts but their US branches...
  12. Drug Trafficking / Distribution: Re: Plausible Excuse for Drug Related Texts

    $12,000 donations? Clearly, you're no corner dealer; if you can readily give away $12,000 at a time and seriously think you have enough of a reputation that people won't turn you in, then you must...
  13. Fraud: Re: Lent Gambling Money to a Friend, Given a Bad Check

    Yes, if he gave you a check he knew he couldn't cover, then that's illegal and you can report it to the police.

    Yes, you can sue him to recover the money. It will be easier to win than previous...
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    Banking: Foreign Currency Regulations

    My question involves personal finance in the State of: New York (and federal)

    Does the United States have any laws or regulations on citizens opening foreign currency denominated bank accounts...
  15. Domestic Violence: Re: Can I Sue a Magistrate for Issuing a Warrant for Dv Without Any Evidence

    To clarify: You can't sue a magistrate for issuing a warrant, but you can sue the state for damages incurred as a result of a falsely issued warrant; the magistrate is acting as an agent for the...
  16. Sex Offenses: Re: Somebody's Use of Your Internet Access to View Illegal Materials

    If you weren't arrested or charged, then you have no criminal record. The results of a search that yielded no evidence of criminal activity shouldn't show up in background checks, although for good...
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    Minor in Possession: Re: Citation Without Proper Cause

    Keep in mind that however cynical the prosecutor may be, he does have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the beer purchased by someone you barely knew who was over the age of 21 was actually...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Civil Demand from Shoplifting

    The request they sent you is most likely a civil demand, and yes they can send it to you as civil matters are separate from criminal charges. If you don't pay the demand, they can sue you for an even...
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    Copyright Law: Re: Youtube Copyright Infringement

    If you shot the video yourself, you can file a DMCA counterclaim to have it put back up. Look through Youtube's copyright policies, it should be in there somewhere. I don't Google other people's...
  20. Drug Possession: Re: Deputies Found Marijuana and Pipes Responding to a Domestic Call

    Posting repeatedly to your own thread doesn't help. Remember, we're all volunteers here; sometimes it takes awhile before one of us gets around to you. If anything, posting responses to your own...
  21. Search and Seizure: Re: Property Seized for Officer's Personal Use

    Thanks for the advice. Because of the theft, combined with the unlawful stop and search, I filed a civil case and recently won $10,000.

    Sorry about the necropost; legal processes are slow and it...
  22. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Annoyance of a Wayward Tag

    Just found my old thread again, and thanks for your various advice.

    In case anybody actually cares what happened almost a year later, the store's higher/est levels of customer service ultimately...
  23. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Washington State: Took Blame for Shoplifting, What to Say in Court

    Unfortunately, now is a bit too late to tell the truth that your friend hid stuff in your bag, unless you can convince said friend to incriminate herself to clear you and even then it might be...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: New Jersey Shoplifting Charge

    In New York, an ACD means adjournment in contemplation of dismissal; I'm not sure if it means the same thing in New Jersey, but I'd tend to expect so.

    As for whether you have to disclose that you...
  25. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Arrested for Larceny Over $250 at Walmart in Ma. Was the Stop by Lp Lawful

    The alarm gates are typically right by the exit anyway, so you'd have no chance nitpicking over the stop.

    I'm afraid as a third-time offender, on a felony charge, you won't have much luck.
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