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  1. Traffic Accidents: Re: Auto Accident Upstate New York Other Driver 100% at Fault

    If it's a "pre-spammer, dude," then why did you respond to him/her/it?
  2. Other Violations: Re: 22400 a California VC Impeding Traffic Ticket for Parking with Wheel on Fog Line

    Since we've never seen the photos, it's not really possible to assess this intelligently, but let's take a look at what VC 22400(a) says (in pertinent part): "No person shall bring a vehicle to a...
  3. Traffic Accidents: Re: Auto Accident Upstate New York Other Driver 100% at Fault

    It's fairly common knowledge (although one might quibble with the specific numbers mentioned.
  4. Auto Insurance: Re: Rental Vehicle Flooded in Storm and Used Visa Card for Cwd Instead of Rental Comp

    Told by whom? Employees of your credit card issuer? Why would you ask that question of three different people? When were you told this in relation to when you rented this car? Did the persons who...
  5. Other Issues: Re: Supreme Court Order on Immigration "Public Charge" Rule

    1. I don't understand what this question means. The Supreme Court's order stays a preliminary injunction ordered by the U.S. District Court in the captioned case. There is no "new rule" created by...
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    Re: Vop, Wrongful Arrest Due to Clerical Error

    It's possible that no one will be held accountable. It's also possible that someone will be held accountable.

    In the thread at the other site, you were told, "you may be entitled to some small...
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    Re: Vop, Wrongful Arrest Due to Clerical Error

    Given that you've "already contacted over 15 attorneys," and given that you've already been told that you might be entitled to some compensation (even a "shut up and go away" deal that exceeds the...
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    Re: Vop, Wrongful Arrest Due to Clerical Error

    As discussed extensively at the other site where you posted about this:

    1. You aren't going to get a big payday for a clerical error.
    2. What help are you seeking from anonymous strangers on the...
  9. Domestic Violence: Re: Bpd Dropped Ex's Charges and Didn't Aware Me, when He Have Been Charged

    The answer to your question is the DA.
  10. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Collecting Judgement After Winning Small Claims Against a Company (Ca)

    The most common ways of collecting money from a business entity are bank levies and levies on receivables. Do you know where the LLC banks or who owes it money?

    How much is your judgment?

    A...
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    Re: Collection for Unpaid Debt of Tolls

    In any future posts, it would be helpful if you used proper capitalization and punctuation and normal English sentence structure.




    Received letter from whom?
    You wrote that this was a "2nd...
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    Deeds - Warranty: Re: Fighting Deed Forgery Oklahoma

    That sucks. Do you have a question?
  13. Re: Legal to Audio Record a Verbally Abusive Parent

    Where are you coming up with this? Cal. Penal Code section 632 (which I linked in my prior response) is quite clear that it is the "act of making the recording," and not how it is used, that is...
  14. Re: Legal to Audio Record a Verbally Abusive Parent

    No, unless you're a law enforcement officer with a warrant, and your three "what if" questions don't raise relevant concerns.
  15. Re: Considering 10% Partnership for Small Business

    As concerns legal advice, please read the disclaimer ("Notice") at the bottom of every page at this site.




    I have several thoughts about this, the first of which is that you indicated that...
  16. Retailers: Re: Novel Legal Cause of Actions for Consumer Rebate Fraud or Malfeasance Extreme Del

    Please elaborate as to exactly what you meant when you wrote that you bought the product "on condition of" the rebate.




    I don't understand this question at all. You cannot legally "force"...
  17. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    That's not correct in the OP's state (and, in fact, most states allow attorneys in small claims court).
  18. Relocation: Re: Relocating Within a Few Miles, 50/50 Arrangement

    What does your existing divorce decree/custody order say about these things?
  19. Re: New Jersey Traffic Law Interpretation- Passing on the Right

    This is a streetcar (or "street car") in NJ:

    https://live.staticflickr.com/3863/14988060857_9e78afce5f_b.jpg
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    Re: 1040 Other Income

    Consult with a CPA and possibly a tax attorney.
  21. Resignation: Re: Sign on Bonus - Sears Bankruptcy - New Company Acquires - Resignation - Return Bo

    Agree. Obviously, the proposition that the acquisition of a company is an all-or-nothing proposition ("all the assets and liabilities") is wrong and indicates a substantial degree of ignorance about...
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    Re: Clock Work Fraud in Amazon

    So...by your reasoning, because the folks mentioned in this article killed multiple dozens of people, you would think that killing 2-3 people wouldn't "be any harm." Right?




    Not really sure...
  23. Sex Offenses: Re: Teacher in the East Bay Prosecuted Over 10 Years Later

    First of all, minors and miners are not the same thing, and the alleged victims mentioned in the article you linked in your original post were, at the time of the incidents, minors. Second, the...
  24. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    If charges are filed and subsequently dropped, then the defendant is neither guilty nor not guilty. "Innocent" has no meaning in this context.




    Considered by whom? There are folks who...
  25. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    It's neither true nor false.

    "Innocent until proven guilty" is a shorthand way of saying the following: In the context of a criminal trial (and nowhere else), the jury (and no one else) must...
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