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  1. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    While it's a bit surprising the prosecutor did not call you to testify against the guy it's also a bit hard to comment about that much since you did not say what happened in the trial or why he won...
  2. Re: Trick to Get Free Repair Work Done on House, Could This Work

    No. First, what you propose to do is criminal fraud. You and your friend both risk criminal prosecution, conviction and possible jail time going this route. Second, the contractor can put a mechanics...
  3. Judgment Issues: Re: Withdrawal of Summary Judgment Motion

    Summary judgment is simply a fast way to resolve the issue(s) in the motion — a ruling from the judge without the need for a trial. It is appropriate when there are no material facts in dispute and...
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    Re: Covid, Masks, Stores

    Heavily slanted? Mine come right from the CDC and a leading medical school. And I provided the links. You said nothing about where yours came from.



    Transmission by air (aerosol transmission)...
  5. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    Don't give up until you get the final answer. Some convicted persons do win challenges on ineffective assistance of counsel (IAC).



    He's right that far more convictions are overturned on appeal...
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    Re: Covid, Masks, Stores

    I don't know where you got those figures. As for deaths by the flu, the CDC says that last year (2019), there were 34,200 deaths in the US due to flu. The CDC count of COVID-19 deaths just through...
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    Re: Covid, Masks, Stores

    Those would indeed be ways to accommodate the persons who can't wear masks as a way to comply with the ADA.
  8. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Borough Mayor Owns/Operates Several Borough Businesses

    If he won the election and his qualifications were not challenged prior to the election then he is the mayor until either a court or the voters remove him from office. The issue of his residency...
  9. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    I have admitted before that there are some evil and incompetent lawyers out there. Just as there are evil persons in every profession and occupation. I wish that were not true. It'd be great if...
  10. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    Well, you have argued the law with me.



    You have, of course, done that too.



    I don't doubt that it occurred. But I can also guess that the letter was sent to the judge during the...
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    Re: Covid, Masks, Stores

    You are right to suggest that the ADA might apply, though it wouldn't allow the customer to just shop as usual without a mask. First, let's put aside for a minute that some people going into stores...
  12. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    We probably wouldn't reach agreement. You view some things much differently than I do. To the extent we have differing opinions neither of us are incorrect. Opinions aren't fact. And our opinions are...
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    Re: Reporting Child Pornography

    No idea. The cops won't investigate you unless they think that there is some reason to believe you committed a crime. So they won't investigate you for this unless something you said in your report...
  14. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    Three things about your friends murder case. First, you were not the defendant. Thus if the judge didn't like the letter you sent there were not going to be any repercussions against you. Second, in...
  15. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    Just that tossing it in the trash is one possibility. Remember, even if the judge can't do much with it that doesn't mean it gets tossed in the trash. It might get get copied to both lawyers and...
  16. Registering a Vehicle: Re: Non-Resident Vehicle Registration - Which States Can I Use

    There is nothing in the Illinois statute for registration of vehicles nor in the state regulations for registration that requires an Illinois driver's license to register a vehicle in that state. The...
  17. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    There we go. Thank you for that.



    You initially said there was no difference. So there's progress here too. I think everyone else reading it can easily see the difference. That's good enough...
  18. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    In others words, you saw that I was correct, you misquoted me, and you had no defense and won't man up to admit your error. So instead you go off on another diatribe against lawyers to deflect the...
  19. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    The word "likely" would mean that I was stating which outcome was would be more probable to occur. I expressed no such opinion on that since I don't know exactly what the OP would say in the letter,...
  20. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    I do know that, and you'll note I said as much his letter would be a prohibited ex parte communication with the court unless he also sent a copy of that letter to the prosecutor.



    I never...
  21. Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft of Store Property Charge Against Wishes of Store Owner

    Sending an angry letter to the judge that presides over your case is a bad move. First, unless you also send a copy of that letter to the prosecution your letter would be an improper ex parte...
  22. Re: Exempt Employee Furlough Guidelines California

    Private employer or government agency?
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    Breaking a Lease: Re: May Need to Break a Yearly Lease

    Actually you have that wrong. There is indeed a duty to mitigate damages in Wisconsin, and the statute that you cited does not change that. It merely clarifies what goes into computing what the...
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    Breaking a Lease: Re: May Need to Break a Yearly Lease

    You've outlined your options pretty well, I think:



    That's pretty much the two basic options any tenant has when needing to get out early when the lease itself doesn't provide some option for...
  25. Civil Rights Issues: Re: Ex and Cops Are Good Friends and Are Conspiring Against Me on a Bugus Charge

    It happens quite often that a person is arrested or charged without first getting his/her side of things.



    Whether the state must produce evidence at any hearing in a criminal case depends on...
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