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  1. Ownership Rights: Re: Photographer Sent Unsolicited Visible Portrait by Mail

    I wish I could do more than simply calling the company (I'm sure they probably ignored it) but suing them in FL (or even in CA) seems a lot of hassle for an uncertain outcome.

    If the judge (or...
  2. Ownership Rights: Re: Photographer Sent Unsolicited Visible Portrait by Mail

    I have no intention to sue the company (which is also based in FL anyway), I was just interested in the applicable laws, especially in particular if I could report it to a government agency. But...
  3. Ownership Rights: Re: Photographer Sent Unsolicited Visible Portrait by Mail

    I read the statute, thank you for the link. In my non-lawyer's opinion, the statute was violated. It would probably not be possible to prove damages occurred, but the statute states $750 minimum plus...
  4. Ownership Rights: Photographer Sent Unsolicited Visible Portrait by Mail

    My question involves personal property located in the State of: CA.

    Graduation at the local State college happened, and of course there were professional photographers taking pics of the students...
  5. Trespassing: Re: Neighbor in My Backyard

    thank you, hearing from all of you saves me the trouble of wasting my time filling forms trying to make it happen
  6. Trespassing: Re: Neighbor in My Backyard

    thank you for your opinion, which is useful to me, though for me it is not about settling a contest, but about the fact that if somebody never faces consequences for their actions, their behavior...
  7. Trespassing: Can You Prosecute Your Neighbor for Coming Into Your Back Yard

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: CA

    A new neighbor moved in about 2 months ago and he goes for the gang member look (with matching tattoos). He's hispanic and all our other...
  8. Auto Insurance: Re: The Complainer Database Myth

    I'm afraid 20 years from now people will still quote your reply as proof that the complainer database exists, and it even has a website where you can order your own report. I apologize in advance
  9. Auto Insurance: Is There a Record of People Who Complain to the State Deparment of Insurance

    My question involves insurance law for the state of: CA

    I've helped a friend submit a complaint to the CA state department of insurance, about a 3rd party claim (against the insurance of the...
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    Auto Insurance: Re: Total Loss Settlement

    I was just checking the CA law on a similar case and the CA law specifies a limit of 90 days for comparables being available in the market. If AZ law is similar (I don't know but you can find out), 3...
  11. Auto Insurance: Re: Third Party Claim Possible Total Loss

    perhaps it's not wise for me to put myself in the middle but there are right and wrong statements from both sides of the argument. I don't come here to argue but to further my understanding and I try...
  12. Auto Insurance: Re: Third Party Claim Possible Total Loss

    Thanks for your replies. I got the insurance report and they used 3 comparables but 2 of them have 60k more miles than the car in question. So I found 2 more accurate comparables, much closer in...
  13. Auto Insurance: How is an Insurance Payout Calculated After a Total Loss

    My question involves insurance law for the state of: CA

    my friend was hit while parked in the emergency lane. the other driver's insurance accepted full liability and sent an inspector....
  14. Speeding Tickets: Re: California Speed Trap What to Bring to Court

    Yes I should probably get a certified copy. By the way, I saw in the 2009 Senate hearing on transportation a public employee saying how some traffic engineers would just "rubber stamp" the traffic...
  15. Speeding Tickets: Re: California Speed Trap What to Bring to Court

    Thanks. I happened to ask a friend who is a lawyer and he thought that since traffic court is quite informal, I don't really need to certify my copy of the traffic survey. It's also true that as you...
  16. Speeding Tickets: Re: California Speed Trap What to Bring to Court

    thanks I hadn't thought about asking the officer, might or might not help :)

    if I find a traffic engineer who agrees with me, is there any way for me to bring a written declaration by the engineer...
  17. Speeding Tickets: Re: California Speed Trap What to Bring to Court

    thanks! I read through those and the surveys of both only listed "residential area" as justification for the speed downgrade, which the appeal court accepted as "readily apparent" to the driver. I...
  18. Speeding Tickets: Re: California Speed Trap What to Bring to Court

    Sorry but I asked the same question in another legal advice forum and they were not familiar with the speed trap code, so I've added it here.

    The road is Temple City blvd, in Temple City, from Las...
  19. Speeding Tickets: How to Prove a California Speed Trap Defense in Court

    My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: California

    I want to argue in court that the 22350 VC ticket I got (with laser gun) was a speed trap. I made a copy of the Engineering and...
  20. Speeding Tickets: Re: Claiming That Speeding, 15 MPH Over the Limit, Was Necessary for Safety

    where I drive in California, the actual flow of traffic is 80-90 mph, so people drive at the same speed of my home country, the only difference being that you can get a ticket here.

    Also, in my...
  21. Speeding Tickets: Re: Claiming That Speeding, 15 MPH Over the Limit, Was Necessary for Safety

    thanks everybody for taking the time to reply. I think I'll either do a TBWD or just pay the ticket. Taking time off work to go to court does not seem worthwhile.

    Incidentally, I like America, but...
  22. Speeding Tickets: Re: Freeway Speeding Ticket, 80 MPH in a 65 MPH Zone

    well I am not suggesting you fight it or not, but if you want to fight it, I suggest you google how to beat a radar ticket. I believe there are articles on nolo, for example, about several possible...
  23. Speeding Tickets: Re: Claiming That Speeding, 15 MPH Over the Limit, Was Necessary for Safety

    I appreciate your help. I see your case law is for CA and it didn't require calibration. My intention was to argue based on this case law from WA which states the opposite - they got a dismissal...
  24. Speeding Tickets: Re: Claiming That Speeding, 15 MPH Over the Limit, Was Necessary for Safety

    thanks for the clarification. I cannot be an expert in the PERCEPTION of speed, but then I guess I can be an expert in the measurement of speed as it is a physical quantity.

    I guess then I can...
  25. Speeding Tickets: Re: Freeway Speeding Ticket, 80 MPH in a 65 MPH Zone

    what if the evidence could be exculpatory, but it cannot be decided because discovery was not given.

    For example, say he requests the manual for the radar gun but it is not given. Then he can't...
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