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    Re: Illegal/Unconstitutional Stop

    I wanted to provide you all some closure--after filing an appeal, my University dropped the charges.

    Thank you all for your suggestions and ideas.

    Take care,
    Joe
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    Re: Illegal/Unconstitutional Stop

    Carl -- Once again, thanks for your help.

    I am slowly moving through the University bureaucracy, but they have a policy that I can be found guilty for a charge if "it is more than likely to be...
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    Re: Illegal/Unconstitutional Stop

    Okay--it seems to be the general consensus that the stop was likely not illegal and was justified.

    My question goes primarily to Carl--what should I do about the fallacious report. Although I...
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    Re: Illegal/Unconstitutional Stop

    Carl:



    He made the initial approach silently (the movement from inside the vehicle to the middle of the road), whereas by the time he made it to the middle of the road we were about to "pass"...
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    Re: Illegal/Unconstitutional Stop

    The question is whether or not he had reasonable doubt that we were consuming alcohol. I argue he did not, because there is no way he could reasonable differentiate between a can of beer and a can of...
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    Illegal/Unconstitutional Stop

    State: Washington

    Hello,

    Firstly--thank you for all who provide me with assistance and advise. Before I speak to my attorney, I wanted to see if anybody could provide me with some suggestions...
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    Student Speech Rights: Re: Separation of Church and State

    I laugh at neither of you reading my posts very clearly.

    I am not asking for opposition, nor am I asking whether or not them permitting the religious content at the talent show is legal or not. I...
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    Student Speech Rights: Re: Separation of Church and State

    I appreciate your opinion, however thats not what I am looking for. I am looking for court cases which show that the conduct in other states has been deemed illegal.

    You're saying they have the...
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    Student Speech Rights: Re: Seperation of Church and State

    I wish to add that I recall reading somewhere that if the school edits or censors material, then they are reliable for the content. As there was a rehersal for the talent show, the administration was...
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    Premises Liability: Re: Windshield Broke On Our Property

    It was a rental car, therefore the rental company is most likely jacking up the price just because they can. Their labor is oh so valuable you know. Therefore, this gentleman really got screwed over...
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    Student Speech Rights: Separation of Church and State

    State: Oregon

    At a recent talent show at a local high school there were many religious references. This included somebody dedicating a song to God, two people singing songs in which would be...
  12. Thread: Hacking A Website

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    Computer Crime: Re: Hacking/Cracking

    See, that is for hacking/cracking somebody's computer, I just am looking for an example of law in which shows that hacking somebody's website, deleting all of their content, or anything else...
  13. Thread: Hacking A Website

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    Computer Crime: Re: Hacking/Cracking

    Which would be the biggest federal law, in which you would break? I just want an example that I can read online =]
  14. Thread: Hacking A Website

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    Computer Crime: Hacking A Website

    Hello,

    Is "Hacking" as in hacking a website, or as it is technically called "cracking" a website considered illegal in the United States? If so, what law/act/article says so? Thanks
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    Search and Seizure: Re: Legal to videotape?

    There would be no reason to videotape, as they submit what they find. If you're hiding something, take it out of the house... I don't see any reason why you wouldn't be able to videotape, however I...
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    Jurisdiction and Venue: Re: Missing paperwork

    It's a big deal, because if the contract isn't submitted to the courts, then there is no "proof" a contract exsisted nor that you two made a formal agreement upon something. If they do not provide...
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    Re: College student registration question

    Do you "live" on campus? Or drive home every night.
  18. Defamation: Re: Workplace bullying, gangstalking, and cyberstalking

    She can't prove anything happened, she most likely spoke to the supervisor and when the supervisor/manager said they can't do anything - she quit. Possibly if YOU reported the situation, instead of...
  19. Thread: Confused about WC

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    Confused about WC

    I have an acquaintance in which while at work, was stabbed. I am confused about how WC works, however is he entitled to compensation from the employer or anything to that affect. He used his...
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    Trademarks: Re: Trademarks and "likelihood of confusion"

    Oh Gosh, that is an iffy situation.

    I am pretty sure, once you have the name trademarked - you can produce the material. I would just ensure that the material is very diffrent, thus don't use the...
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    Re: Husband died at work

    Unless the work caused his death, such as poisoning... a peice of wood hit him on the head knocking him into a coma - etc. then the company is not liable.

    Sorry to hear your loss. Bless you and...
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    False Light: Re: Website full of lies

    Keep in mind - a webhost in the United States is not responsible for it's users content. Thus, the webhost does not have to have it closed, however most Webhosts would care, and have it closed/make...
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    Re: Refused Access to Recreational Easement

    I suggest you don't move the rocks. He is obviously a jerk, and moving the rocks will just make him mad and agressive.

    As previously posted, contact your township/county office and alert them of...
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    Survivors Benefits: Re: Have to give back survivor's benefits?

    This same sort of thing happened to my half brother, because it was partially adopted. Throughout highschool, the government gave my parents a very small amount of money in which was described to be...
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    Re: Flag Burning and the Constitution

    Flag burning, in my opinion shows treason. You burn the flag in anarchy, thus trying to create a movement against the government.

    Also, when you are protesting and you start a fire, that then...
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