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    Business Regulation: Re: Is Showing the Moon and Planets Protected Free Speech

    Also, I like to stay in the park well after dark to look for galaxies and star clusters and nebulae. The park closes at sunset but has no dense. If I were cited for being there after curfew, how...
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    Business Regulation: Conducting Business in a Public Park

    My question involves civil rights in the State of: Idaho

    I enjoy taking my telescope to the nearby public park and showing the moon and planets to 60+ people per night. I carry it around, asking...
  3. Defamation: Re: Can You Sue for Defamation Over a True Statement

    I have not been accused of anything, except by speculative people in debates. I just suspect affirmative consent might be as polarizing as the abortion issue, or at least will get some people...
  4. Student Discipline: Re: How Do I Sue My School to Repeal a Policy That Chills Civil Libertiesl

    Affirmative consent does not make college safer. I'm not defending all those other illegal actions you just mentioned.


    I'm not defending harassment and all that. I'm attacking affirmative...
  5. Student Discipline: Re: How Do I Sue My School to Repeal a Policy That Chills Civil Libertiesl

    I agree with your first sentence and disagree with the second one. Schools should stay out of people's sex lives unless something criminal happens.



    You are saying public universities can make...
  6. Student Discipline: Re: Can Universities Revoke Degrees for Non-Academic Allegations

    What if all schools have that policy, partly due to the same federal pressure source? Is a student supposed to just pay out of state tuition at a different school? This contract is entered into under...
  7. Student Speech Rights: What Restrictions Can a School Impose on Free Speech

    My question involves education law in the State of: Idaho and mostly federal

    Most universities are weapon's free zones, suggestion that the 2nd amendment can be overridden there, as it is in court...
  8. Student Discipline: Re: Accused of Cheating but No Evidence

    I was suspected of cheating once. I had to prove beyond a reasonable doubt I was innocent. I pointed out tons of circumstantial evidence of my innocence, but the professor kept say, "Yeah, but it is...
  9. Student Discipline: Re: How Do I Sue My School to Repeal a Policy That Chills Civil Libertiesl

    I'm not in a hole. The problem is when people don't read what I wrote correctly. Please read below:


    As opposed to the definition these colleges are using. Sexual contact without asking...
  10. Student Discipline: Can Universities Revoke Degrees for Non-Academic Allegations

    My question involves education law in the State of: Idaho

    So I'm reading through my school policy, and it says that if after graduation someone is accused of a non-academic policy violation such...
  11. Sex Offenses: Re: What is the Significance of This Definition Posted by Us Department of Justice

    They need to strike the word explicit from that definition. Looks to me like the far left infiltrated the DOJ and got that slipped in there to try and set legal precedent or climate.

    In Canada and...
  12. Defamation: Re: Can You Sue for Defamation Over a True Statement

    So, if someone is the next Roe vs Wade, an effective strategy by the state might be to leak the true name of Roe to some activists who send her name and address to everyone she knows, and many others...
  13. Sex Offenses: Re: What is the Significance of This Definition Posted by Us Department of Justice

    I want to know, what the significance is if the department of justice definition. Specifically where it applies. It closely resembles many university definitions, which makes me wonder if they are...
  14. Libel: Re: A Loophole Around Libel Burden of Proof

    I read in the Idaho Statesman that a college woman accused three black athletes of raping her last semester. It said she claims he blocked the door, making her feel scared enough to play along. His...
  15. Spousal Support and Alimony: Re: When Can a Disabled Spouse Get Alimony

    Married people are so used to not having roommates (other than their spouse). Then they split and want the same size house but without the other spouse. Then they fight over each other's money...
  16. Defamation: Can You Sue for Defamation Over a True Statement

    My question involves defamation in the state of: Idaho

    Suppose Jake knows that Sam is crazy and loves to beat up lawyers. Jake hates Tom, who is a lawyer. One day, the three are at the same bus...
  17. Libel: Hearsay Statements and Defamation Liability

    My question involves defamation in the state of: Idaho

    I understand that with libel, the burden of proof is on the person who made the statement, because it reached so many people, whereas with...
  18. Sex Offenses: Re: What is the Significance of This Definition Posted by Us Department of Justice

    How do they get to just make up a definition? I'm pretty sure no state in the country says you must get explicit consent before every touch or else it is sexual assault.

    I never said it says you...
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    Providing to a Minor: Re: Letting Underage People Drink

    This is true. I have a commercial law lawyer as a roommate. He knows little about criminal law, but he thinks he does. I've seen my state change its laws often, yet he thinks they only change them...
  20. Privacy Crimes: Re: Filming of Women's Legs on Train

    Have you read the definition of voyeur (647) your state or city has? Does your situation meet that definition? If your actions do not meet the definition, take it to trial. If they do meet the...
  21. Sex Offenses: What is the Legal Definition of Sexual Assault

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: United States Federal Law

    https://www.justice.gov/ovw/sexual-assault



    Is that definition from Congress, or made up administratively?
    What...
  22. Student Discipline: Re: How Do I Sue My School to Repeal a Policy That Chills Civil Libertiesl

    Same with illegal rape. If the victim does not complain, it is not enforced. So, the school is enforcing the law against failure to express yourself the way they tell you to the same way that police...
  23. Student Discipline: Re: How Do I Sue My School to Repeal a Policy That Chills Civil Libertiesl

    Rulings overturning laws against lap dances seem to disagree, not that I'd want to risk those getting overturned. So I won't use those.

    But what if two people want to grope each other without...
  24. Student Discipline: Re: How Do I Sue My School to Repeal a Policy That Chills Civil Libertiesl

    I meant I would not initiate the suit with the idea that I don't have a case. I'd make sure I had a case before going in. But if they also have a case, and it looks like a 50-50 toss up how the court...
  25. Student Discipline: Re: How Do I Sue My School to Repeal a Policy That Chills Civil Libertiesl

    Affirmative consent and preponderance of evidence are two separate dimensions. As a guy, I'm OK with preponderance of evidence as long as the penalty is just suspension or expulsion and not...
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